Over the last couple of years, we have seen the likes of Huawei and Oppo come up with fast charging technology with speeds of up to 50W. Most smartphones usually charge at speeds of anywhere between 15-20W but with 50W, Huawei and Oppo are able to charge their smartphones to 50 percent in just around 20 minutes. Xiaomi now seems to be ready to take things to the next level as the company’s founder has teased a 100W fast charging solution.
Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro in India. The latest handsets have been designed from the ground up and come with a new design, plenty of new features, and impressive camera setup. What’s also impressive is that despite their budget price tag, Xiaomi has managed to include Quick Charge 4.0 support on the devices.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is packed to the brim with features. Some of these features are highlighted aggressively by Samsung via marketing, while others are hidden. One such hidden feature on the Galaxy S10 is support for FM Radio. In this day and age of music streaming, if you still love listening to FM radio then support for it on the Galaxy S10 should make you happy.
Just a day after a major P30 Pro leak, Huawei itself has leaked more details about the handset. The new leak reveals more camera capabilities of the Huawei P30 Pro including improved low-light video recording and “dual-view” video.
Xiaomi recently unveiled the Redmi Go in India. The Android Go handset is meant for the ultra-low budget segment in India and packs modest internals. If you are tight on budget and are planning to buy the Redmi Go, check out our detailed FAQ surrounding the device.
We know that Huawei is going to unveil the P30 lineup of smartphones on March 26. That includes the P30 Pro, which, unsurprisingly, has been getting the majority of attention ahead of the unveiling.
Last year, Google was fined a record $5 billion by the European Commission for its illegal Android practices. This included shipping Chrome and Google as the default browser and search engine on all Android devices and not offering users the option to select any other browser as the default one during setup. That original rule led Google to change the way it licenses its apps to OEMs. Now, Google is further making some changes to the way it handles the stock browser/search engine on Android.
Xiaomi today announced its latest Redmi handset for India, the Redmi Go. Unlike other Redmi devices from Xiaomi, the Redmi Go is an Android Go handset that is aimed at the ultra-low budget segment.
Xiaomi has been absolutely dominating the Indian smartphone market with its Redmi devices, especially with the Redmi Note series. With every new Redmi Note release, the company manages to set the bar a level higher in the budget mid-range smartphone segment in India. For 2019, the company is out with the Redmi Note 7 Pro that challenges not just the mid-range smartphones but also premium flagship devices.