Author Archives: Rajesh Pandey

About Rajesh Pandey

Rajesh is a 21-year old freelance writer from Kolkata, India. He loves to tinker around with his Android devices and flash custom ROMs on them.

Best Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Black Friday 2018 Deals

Best Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Black Friday 2018 Deals

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expensive devices. Thanks to Black Friday though, you can get the devices with a pretty sweet discount directly from Google.

Google Rolling Out New Wear OS ‘H’ Update With Smart App Resume, Updated Battery Saver Mode, More

Google Rolling Out New Wear OS ‘H’ Update With Smart App Resume, Updated Battery Saver Mode, More

Google is now rolling out a new ‘H’ update for Wear OS with a number of improvements. The oddly named update brings a number of efficiency improvements that will help extend battery life on Wear OS watches.

Samsung Galaxy S9: How to Register for Android 9.0 Pie/One UI Beta Program

Samsung Galaxy S9: How to Register for Android 9.0 Pie/One UI Beta Program

The One UI/Android 9.0 Pie beta program for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is set to go live any time now Initially, the beta program is only available in the United States, though Samsung is expected to expand it to other regions including India, France, the U.K., and Germany from later this month. Here’s how you can join the beta program to get the Android 9.0 Pie/One UI update on your Galaxy S9 right away.

Samsung Galaxy S9’s Android 9.0 Pie/One UI Beta Update Rolling Out in South Korea

Samsung Galaxy S9’s Android 9.0 Pie/One UI Beta Update Rolling Out in South Korea

Samsung’s Android 9.0 Pie beta program for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is now live in South Korea. While Samsung is yet to make any official¬†announcement about the same, the update seems to be rolling out to South Korean S9 owners who registered for the beta program.¬†

15 Best OnePlus 6T Hidden Tips and Tricks

15 Best OnePlus 6T Hidden Tips and Tricks

The OnePlus 6T went on sale earlier this month across India, Europe, and the United States. Building on the success of the OnePlus 6, the 6T comes with a waterdrop notch, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and a bigger battery. If you have purchased the device or plan on purchasing it, you have definitely made the right choice. Now, check out some of the best tips and tricks for the OnePlus 6T to make the most out of it.

Samsung Unveils 8nm Exynos 9820 with 4th Gen Custom CPU, Dedicated NPU, and 2Gbps LTE Modem

Samsung Unveils 8nm Exynos 9820 with 4th Gen Custom CPU, Dedicated NPU, and 2Gbps LTE Modem

Samsung today unveiled its next-gen flagship Exynos chipset, the Exynos 9820. The octa-core chip features three different clusters of CPU to manage different types of workload efficiently. Apart from coming with a massively improved GPU, it also has a cutting-edge LTE modem with support for up to 2Gbps downlink speeds.

Samsung Galaxy S10 to Feature Infinity-O ‘Punch Hole’ Display, Three Rear Cameras

Samsung Galaxy S10 to Feature Infinity-O ‘Punch Hole’ Display, Three Rear Cameras

With all major flagship launches of this year done, all eyes are now set on Samsung’s 2019 flagship — the Galaxy S10. The device is expected to be unveiled in February at MWC 2019 before releasing to the public in March. Today, thanks to @evleaks, we now have more details about the S10.

Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Coming in March for $1700+

Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Coming in March for $1700+

Samsung will be launching its first foldable smartphone alongside the Galaxy S10 in March after initially unveiling the latter in February. The company will also launch a 5G variant of its next flagship device.

How to Create Custom Sticker Pack in WhatsApp for Android

How to Create Custom Sticker Pack in WhatsApp for Android

Earlier this month, WhatsApp added stickers support to its platform. By default, WhatsApp has also added some of its own set of stickers, though it is also allowing developers and designers to release their own sticker packs. So, this means that one can add their own custom sticker packs to WhatsApp. The catch? The process is slightly more complicated than it should be and since sticker support was only just introduced, the marketplace is kind of empty.

Google Working on a Faster Share Menu for Android

Google Working on a Faster Share Menu for Android

At the same time, Android’s share menu is its best and the worst feature. It is best because it easily allows one to share data from one app to another in just a few taps. But it is a usability disaster as it is extremely slow and takes time to populate the list of sharing intents available. And then there’s Direct Share which sounds good on paper but it is a complete disaster to use in real life.¬†