Following the massive success of the OnePlus 3 and 3T, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 5 in June this year. While the reviews surrounding the handset were primarily negative, the handset has still found plenty of takers all thanks to the excellent goodwill gained by the company after the 3/3T.
The increasing popularity of smartphones has also led to an increase in spam calls. And then there are some folks who you’d like to just block outright. If you are new to the Android world or more specifically, this is your first time using a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8, and you are wondering how to block calls and messages from a specific contact, check out the steps mentioned in this article.
Welcome to today’s edition of AndroidBeat daily brief. Being a Friday, today was a relatively slow news day with not much happening in terms of device launches and leaks.
AndroidBeat Daily Brief (Sep 21, 2017): Google Buys Pixel Team, Bose Launches Headphones with Google Assistant, More
Welcome to today’s edition of our daily briefing. Quite a few things happened in the world of Android today including Google and HTC entering into a ‘definitive agreement’, Bose launching a Google Assistant-powered headphones, and more.
After years of working together on various smartphones and tablets, Google and HTC today announced that they have entered into a “definitive agreement” which will see certain HTC employees join Google. The agreement also provides Google with non-exclusive access to HTC’s Intellectual Property (IP). Google will be paying HTC $1.1 billion in return for this agreement.
AndroidBeat Daily Brief (Sep 20, 2017): HTC Halts Trading of Stocks Ahead of Potential Takeover, Google Home Mini Leaked, and More
HTC has been going through a tough time since 2016, and news about a possible takeover has been floating around for quite some time. This news might get a lot more traction soon as the company announced some big news. Meanwhile, Chinese manufacturer Meizu unveiled the successor to the M5.
AndroidBeat Daily Brief (Sep 19, 2017): Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Pricing Revealed, Sony Xperia XZ1 Launched in the U.S. with Android 8.0, More
Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL during its October 4 event. Thanks to a new leak, we’re getting a very good look of the two handsets and the color variants they will be sold in. A separate leak also shed some light on the upgraded version of the Google Daydream View VR headset. All this and more on today’s daily brief.
AndroidBeat Daily Brief (Sep 18, 2017): Google Tez Launched in India, Huawei Takes a Dig at Apple, More
Welcome to another edition of AndroidBeat Daily Brief. Today we talk about Google launching a new mobile payments app in India, Samsung offering the option to disable Bixby button on Galaxy S8 and Note 8, and more.
Looking to format your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8 for some reason? But wondering how to proceed and what exactly does a factory reset mean? Check this guide out for all the answers.
Just a couple of days after Apple announced its new iPhones, Google has confirmed that it will be holding an event of its own on October 4. The company is expected to unveil its second generation Pixel handsets alongside a smaller Google Home at the event.