Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at an Unpacked event in New York later today. While the company has traditionally held its Unpacked events in multiple cities across the world, this time around, the company is only holding the Note 8 unveiling event in New York.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be officially revealed later today at a dedicated event. Ahead of its launch, it’s customary for retailers to jump the gun and prematurely list the product. A new revelation from UK retailer Carphone Warehouse however has pretty much scared all fans in the region.
After rolling out colored text status updates to Facebook in March, the social networking giant has now made the same feature available on WhatsApp as well. This means that you can now post text status updates on WhatsApp in any background and text color that you’d like.
After months of testing, Google today released the final build of Android 8.0 Oreo for its Pixel and compatible Nexus devices. Android Oreo should also make its way to other popular Android devices before the end of this year. Like with every major release of Android, Google has highlighted the key features in Android 8.0 in its announcement post. However, there’s more in Android Oreo that what meets the eye.
Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 tomorrow, but rumors about the company’s 2019 flagship handset — the Galaxy S9 — have already started making their way to the internet. The rumor points to the Galaxy S9 coming with a modular design.
Earlier this year, Samsung managed to reserve the first batch of Snapdragon 835 shipments from Qualcomm for the Galaxy S8. Due to this, other OEMs were forced to delay the launch of their flagship handsets or launch it with the older Snapdragon 821 chipset.
Just over a month after rolling out Bixby Voice functionality for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners in the United States, Samsung today expanded the voice capabilities of its digital assistant to over 200 markets. This includes markets like the U.K., Australia, Canada, and South Africa.
A teardown of the Google app 7.10 reveals that Google is working on a pair of ‘Bisto’ headphones running Google Assistant. The strings from the teardown reveal that the headphones can be used to directly ask questions to Google Assistant or ask it to do things.
A new report from Android Police claims that Google will be unveiling a new Pixel-branded Chromebook and a smaller Google Home smart speaker at a hardware event later this year. The company will also be unveiling its two new Pixel handsets at the same event.
Google today released the final version of Android 8.0 Oreo for the Pixel, Pixel XL, and compatible Nexus devices. While the OTA update should be making its way to owners of all Pixel and compatible Nexus devices over the coming weeks, you can get Android 8.0 on your handset right away by flashing the factory image.