The first smartphone with an in-screen fingerprint reader will launch in a few days. The device’s rumored specs point to a flagship, high-end phone. Vivo’s X20 Plus is the base of the phone, heavily modified, just like what was exhibited at CES 2018. One of the highlights of CES 2018 was the announcement of the […]
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Android Go is Google’s stripped down version of Android based on Android 8.1 Oreo, and it aims to be an optimized version of Android for low-end devices with 1GBs of RAM or lower. It was announced last May at the Google I/O Developer conference, and eventually more details were revealed in December later that […]
If you have ever wanted something like the Amazon Echo Show in your home but would rather have it powered by the Google Assistant, you won’t have to wait much longer! Introduced at CES 2018, here is a quick look at the Lenovo Smart Display. The Lenovo Smart Display makes using technology […]
Not all the cool features get top billing. Google is pushing Android 8.0 Oreo to Nexus and Pixel devices as device makers scramble to get their phones updated. Google’s devices will be the only ones running the new software, at least for a while. What’s this Oreo update all about, anyway? Everyone […]
It has been a week since the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo beta was released. Samsung has launched the beta in the United States, United Kingdom and South Korea in the first phase. Samsung today rolled out the second beta firmware for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. The second beta firmware update with version number G950FXXU1ZQK4 is now being rolled […]
Android Oreo wasn’t a monumental shift in design or user experience, but it introduced Autofill, and that’s enough for us. Most changes in Android 8.0 Oreo came in the form of under-the-hood improvements, ways of making your phone run faster, cooler and smoother. But Autofill is a change that benefits both users and developers, […]
It’s been over two months since Google officially released Android Oreo and only a small subset of Android devices have actually received the update so far. Last month’s Android distribution numbers revealed that Android Oreo was running on 0.2% of Android devices. While this may sound like really slow progress, the numbers will likely ramp […]
Well, it’s also kind of a feature. Google recently released the first system images for Android 8.1 Developer Preview 1 for the Nexus 5Xand 6P, as well as first and second-generation Pixel devices. The update includes major fixes and improvements as well as some small under the hood changes. Android 8.1 brings a lot of […]
Compared to last month, several products have been added to our best Android tablets and 2-in-1s list, including Amazon’s new Fire HD 10 tablet, and the Pixelbook, Google’s newest hybrid which was announced next to the company’s new Pixel phones. The Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet is available for purchase as we speak, while the […]
Although it may not be a phone you will ever get a chance to buy thanks to being released only in China, HMD Global has officially announced the Nokia 7 smartphone. This mid-range phone is part of HMD Global’s continued resurrection of the Nokia brand and from a business standpoint, being able to offer a device […]