While the biggest wireless carriers in the United States are eating up most of the attention when it comes to 5G’s rollout, they aren’t the only ones planning on offering up the faster network connections next year.
Remember Google Allo? This was meant to be Google’s next big step in Android messaging, aiming to take on Apple’s iMessage and serving as the perfect replacement for the aging Hangouts.
HMD Global-owned Nokia today unveiled the Nokia 8.1, its successor to the excellent Nokia 7 plus from earlier this year. The Nokia 8.1 improves upon its predecessor in every way possible which includes the switch to a more power efficient and powerful Snapdragon 710 chipset.
AT&T is jumping on the 5G bandwagon in full force, including announcing an upcoming 5G smartphone from Samsung earlier this week.
Verizon will finally be jumping on the RCS messaging bandwagon. The carrier will add RCS Chat support for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on December 6th. Initially, Verizon plans on adding RCS support to only these two devices but it is working on expanding it to other devices.
The success of the RealMe 1, RealMe 2 Pro and RealMe C1 has given Oppo’s subsidiary RealMe to go ahead and launch more new devices in India and other countries. Just two months after the launch of Realme 2 Pro, the company is back with Realme U1.
During its annual Technology Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm has officially announced its newest flagship mobile processor.
Late last month, Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 6 Pro in India. The device packs largely the same internals as the Redmi Note 5 Pro but comes with massively improved dual camera setup. If you are looking to buy the Redmi Note 6 Pro or have already purchased one, check out our list of the best tips and tricks for it.
Not to be outdone before 2018 comes to an end, AT&T is looking ahead to 2019 just like Verizon is, as both major wireless carriers set their sights on 5G.
Popular YouTuber MKBHD did a massive blind smartphone over the last few days comprising of 16 different smartphones. The blind camera comparison received millions of votes on Twitter and Instagram Stories and included heavyweights like the Pixel 3, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, OnePlus 6T, iPhone XS, iPhone X, HTC U12+, and Galaxy Note 9.