In a bid to take on the Jet Black iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and to rejuvenate the sales of its 2016 flagship the Galaxy S7, Samsung will be introduced a ‘Pearl Black’ variant of the handset in South Korea on December 9. The Pearl Black Galaxy had previously leaked in live images thereby confirming its existence.
Google has been continuously working on reducing Play Store app size updates by using different algorithms. By using the bsdiff algorithm earlier in the year, Google was able to reduce app size updates on the Play Store by over 45 percent. Now, the company has come up with a File-by-File patching method that leads to app updates being over 65 percent smaller when compared to the full APK of the app.
Google has started rolling out Duo 5.0 on the Google Play Store and iOS App Store with some bug fixes and plenty of other changes to improve the app’s overall experience.
Samsung Galaxy S8 to Lack 3.5mm Audio Jack; Feature AMOLED Display with RGB Pixel Arrangement, No Physical Home Button
With 2016 coming to an end and MWC 2017 fast approaching, Samsung is now working hard on its flagship handset for the first half of next year: the Galaxy S8. While we have heard a few tidbits about the handset, it has not yet leaked in details. That changes today with the latest report from SamMobile that provides some new details about Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
After rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the unlocked HTC 10, the Taiwanese OEM has now announced that it will start rolling out the Nougat update for its 2015 flagship, the HTC One M9, from later today.
Today is the day for Pixel smartphone, tablet, and some Nexus-branded smartphone owners out there.
BlackBerry‘s CEO, John Chen, has already confirmed the company will continue to launch smartphones with physical keyboards, so seeing one in the wild isn’t too surprising.
Quickly sharing your location with someone isn’t that difficult on any platform these days, but Google has a new idea on how it should work.
While Samsung is yet to divulge the details behind the batteries inside the Galaxy Note 7 exploding, a design engineering firm called Instrumental has done its own internal assessment on one unit of the handset and reached its own conclusion. According to the company’s CEO Anna-Katrina Shedletsky, the design of the Note 7 compressed the battery even during regular use that eventually led to the battery inside it exploding.