Almost three years after it unveiled its last chipset for wearable platforms, Qualcomm is back with the Wear 3100. The new chip is the successor the Wear 2100 chipset that is found inside all Wear OS smartwatches out there in the market right now.
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Remember how Android OEMs were once caught boosting the performance of their devices beyond a certain threshold whenever the software detected that a benchmark was running? The move led to the likes of Samsung and OnePlus receiving a lot of criticism from the Android community but since then these companies have mended their ways. Huawei, however, has been caught doing the same thing again.
Less than three months after unveiling the RealMe 1, Oppo’s sub-brand RealMe is back with the RealMe 2. The success of the RealMe 1 took many by surprise, with Oppo spinning off RealMe as a separate brand for easier operations.
Xiaomi’s new sub-brand Poco has managed to create quite a stir with the Poco F1. The handset sets a new benchmark for performance and value for money by packing flagship specs in a device that costs only Rs 20,000/$300. Even better, unlike most Xiaomi smartphones, the Poco F1 is launching in Europe and other major markets as the Pocophone F1 as well.
Earlier today, OnePlus rolled out the first Open beta of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. The Open Beta comes after OnePlus released Developer Preview builds of Android P for the handset at regular intervals. Compared to the DP, the Open Beta packs more features and its more stable in nature as well.