Despite Android offering plenty of customization options, Google has not added themes support to it. Third-party developers, however, managed to find a workaround to this limitation and developed the Substratum theme engine for Android Oreo.
Post the Galaxy Note 7 incident, Samsung played safe in terms of battery capacity with the Galaxy Note 8 and equipped it with a modest 3300mAh battery. This year though, it looks like the company is once again going to push barriers in terms of battery capacity with the Note 9.
Dark themes are all over the place, with people requesting the ability to switch between the two as they see fit.
Xiaomi has recently been on a roll launching new smartphones almost every month. Today, in Chian, the company unveiled the successor to the Redmi 5 from last year, the Redmi 6.
Back at MWC 2018, Vivo showed off a concept phone called Apex with a pop-up camera, in-display fingerprint scanner, and a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio. Today, the company is officially unveiling a production version of the phone dubbed the Vivo NEX.
OnePlus has managed to carve a name for itself for consistently rolling out some great mid-range devices. Initially, the company surprised everyone by releasing devices which offered an incredible value for money. However, over the years, despite a continuous increase in the price of their phones, OnePlus has continued to meet with success. The company recently launched the OnePlus 6 which has already been reviewed by us.
Last week, Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Y2 in India. Successor to the selfie-centric Redmi Y1 from last year, the Y2 packs in a major upgrade in almost every aspect. The selfie camera at the front has also seen a major improvement in performance which should please selfie lovers out there.
Last month, Oppo unveiled the RealMe 1, its first smartphone under its new online-only RealMe brand. If the name did not give it away, the company is looking to take on Xiaomi’s Redmi series with the RealMe 1.
Earlier today, we caught our first glimpse at the Pixel 3 XL in some hands-on photos. Now, more photos of the handset have been leaked by the original XDA member which shows the handset from every possible angle.
Alongside the Redmi Y2, Xiaomi also unveiled the global version of MIUI 10. The update focuses on four key aspects: speed, design, sounds, and portrait mode.