The OnePlus 5T is the ‘T’ successor to the excellent OnePlus 5 from earlier this year. While the handset sports largely the same specifications as the 5, OnePlus have made some key design improvements and added some noteworthy new features.
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Riding high on the success of the Redmi 4, Redmi Note 4, and the Mi A1, Xiaomi launched the Redmi Y1 and Y1 Lite in India. The handsets are aimed to take advantage of Xiaomi’s aggressive offline retail expansion in recent times and are primarily targeted at selfie lovers and tier-2 and tier-3 cities.
Xiaomi and Google surprised everyone last month by unveiling the Mi A1, a mid-range Android One handset with a dual-camera setup at the rear. Being an Android One handset, the Mi A1 runs on an almost stock build of Android 7.1 Nougat with a promise of speedy Android updates from Google and Xiaomi.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 share a lot in common not just in terms of their internals but also the software experience they offer. Both phones have received plenty of praises this year from reviewers and customers alike, and if you have purchased either one of them, you really cannot go wrong with them.
The Moto G5s and Moto G5s Plus are a ‘special’ edition upgrade over the existing Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Both phones feature improvements in key areas over their predecessor that makes them worth a buy.
Following the massive success of the OnePlus 3 and 3T, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 5 in June this year. While the reviews surrounding the handset were primarily negative, the handset has still found plenty of takers all thanks to the excellent goodwill gained by the company after the 3/3T.
Motorola recently launched the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus in India. These new budget handsets from the Lenovo-owned Moto are meant for first-time or casual smartphone users and come with beefy batteries to ensure they easily last through a day. In typical Moto style, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus run on a near-stock build of Android Nougat. However, this does not mean that they don’t come with plenty of hidden features. Plus, there are always a few tips and tricks that you can use to get the most out of these handsets.
After the success of the Redmi 4A and the Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi 4, the successor to the Redmi 3S in India. The Redmi 3S was the company’s most popular smartphone in India last year, and with the excellent Redmi 4, Xiaomi is hoping to meet with the same success this year. If you have already gotten your hands on the Redmi 4, check out some tips and tricks for it to make the most out of the handset.
Motorola’s excellent mid-range handsets, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, are now on sale in most of the major markets of the world. For their price, you simply cannot go wrong with these handsets.
If you recently got a Moto G5 or G5 Plus, check out some tips and tricks for the devices to help you get the most out of them.
A slightly dramatic headline, admittedly, but accurate. You see, Android 6.0 and above uses new systems from Google to help extend battery life: ‘Doze’, which restricts what apps can do in the background when a phone is stationary and unused, and ‘App Standby’, which does much the same thing but is based on how long it is since you last used a particular application. In either case, certain applications can be accidentally affected – but here’s how to keep them chugging along.