Just like last year, OnePlus has unveiled a ’T’ upgrade to its flagship handset —- the OnePlus 5 — from earlier this year: the OnePlus 5T. The handset builds on the OnePlus 5 and improves in key areas and adds some features that were missing on its predecessor.
With the OnePlus 5T, OnePlus has improved on key aspects of the device where its predecessor, the OnePlus 5, faltered. This includes switching to a bezel-less design at the front, improving the dual-camera setup at the rear, and more.
OnePlus today unveiled the OnePlus 5T, the successor to their six-month old flagship — the OnePlus 5. An iterative upgrade over the 5, the OnePlus 5T features largely the same specifications as its predecessor with some modest improvements in key areas.
Google today announced a bunch of developer focused improvements to Google Assistant in a bid to make its assistant more useful and engaging for end users. The update expands Assistant’s availability to more third-party apps and international languages.
Google Maps wants to make it as easy as possible to help you get to where you are going, and one way to do that is to make finding important places and details easier.
With the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 launch behind it, Samsung is presumably hard at work on the Galaxy S9 — its flagship handset for 2018. A leak surrounding the handset details that Samsung will possibly be including a new wireless AKG headset with the device.
UC Browser, a popular browser from Alibaba in India, has been temporarily removed from the Play Store. The app had over 500 million downloads, with over 100 million users of the app from India itself. The browser even came pre-installed on many Android devices sold in the country.
HTC has started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for its flagship handset, the U11. The company has started rolling out the update in its home market Taiwan first with a wider international rollout scheduled over the coming weeks.
Essential today released the first beta build of Android 8.0 Oreo for the Essential Phone. The Essential Phone runs on a stock build of Android and the Oreo experience on the device is not going to be any different.
If the latest data from IDC is anything to by, Xiaomi has managed to dethrone Samsung as the largest smartphone vendor in India. The data from IDC shows that Samsung and Xiaomi both captured 23.5 percent of the Indian smartphone market in Q3 2017.