Author Archives: Mahit Huilgol

Alleged Leaked Pictures of OnePlus 8 Pro Shows Off 120Hz Screen Refresh Settings

Alleged Leaked Pictures of OnePlus 8 Pro Shows Off 120Hz Screen Refresh Settings

As we step into the new year, rumors about the OnePlus 8 are trickling in. We already know that the OnePlus 8 Pro will come equipped with a display that offers a 120Hz refresh rate. Now a new picture showing screen resolution settings on alleged OnePlus 8 Pro has appeared.

Huawei P40 Pro Leak Hints at Five-Lens Camera Unit, Ceramic Body

Huawei P40 Pro Leak Hints at Five-Lens Camera Unit, Ceramic Body

Thanks to Evleaks we now have a fair idea of how Huawei’s next flagship would look like. Evan Blass says that the phone pictured above is P40 Pro and it will come with ceramic construction. Also noticeable is the curved glass on the front and at the back.

Google is Replacing Voice Search on Chrome (Android) Address Bar with Assistant

Google is Replacing Voice Search on Chrome (Android) Address Bar with Assistant

Google Assistant has received a slew of updates and new features in the recent past. The company is working on replacing Google Voice search with Google Assistant. In fact, Google is working on replacing the voice search function entirely.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ Hands-On Video Leaked; Confirms 120Hz Display, No Headphone Jack

Samsung Galaxy S20+ Hands-On Video Leaked; Confirms 120Hz Display, No Headphone Jack

A recent leak has already made us familiar with what to expect from the upcoming Galaxy S20 series. Now a hands-on video by XDADevelopers shows off the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship in full glory. It also confirms that all three models in the Galaxy S20 series will offer a display with a 20:9 aspect ratio.

Trademark Application from Xiaomi Confirms Pocophone F2 in the Making

Trademark Application from Xiaomi Confirms Pocophone F2 in the Making

Xiaomi is a household name when it comes to a budget device with class-leading specs. Last year the company launched Poco F1, a flagship device with an affordable price tag. Now a new trademark application hints at Pocophone F2. The newest budget flagship from Xiaomi is expected to be released in 2020.

OnePlus Teases New Screen Technology for Concept One Smartphone

OnePlus Teases New Screen Technology for Concept One Smartphone

OnePlus is teasing a new concept smartphone at CES2020. The Concept One smartphone comes with a disappearing camera. As expected the smartphone maker has now revealed yet another feature of Concept One. OnePlus says it is teasing a new“screen technology” which will be put to display on January 13th at an event in Shenzhen, China.

Pixel 4’s Face Unlock Feature is Not Working for Some Users

Pixel 4’s Face Unlock Feature is Not Working for Some Users

The Pixel 4 comes with a new face unlock feature. Thanks to a recent update, the face unlock on Pixel 4 is not working for some. There have been reports in the last few months that the face unlock fails without any reason on some Pixel 4 and 4XL’s. At this point in time, the issue doesn’t plague all the Pixel 4 devices.

Samsung Launches Rugged Galaxy XCover Pro with IP68, 4050mAh removable Battery

Samsung Launches Rugged Galaxy XCover Pro with IP68, 4050mAh removable Battery

Samsung has a smartphone for literally every price point. They have a long history of rugged phones thanks to the Galaxy Active series. Now Samsung has launched the Galaxy XCover Pro. The latest from Samsung offers a slew of rugged features whilst packing an impressive 4,050mAh removable battery.

CES 2020: Google Assistant Gets New Features Aimed at Better Smart Home Experience

CES 2020: Google Assistant Gets New Features Aimed at Better Smart Home Experience

CES is not just about new technologies and hardware. Google has pulled off the wraps from some new features for Assistant. Now you can schedule actions and also use the “Read It” command which reads out the news. The new features are expected to arrive later this year and will be available for public testing.

Xiaomi Security Camera Bug Shows Others Footage, Google Responds by Cutting Off Support to Xiaomi

Xiaomi Security Camera Bug Shows Others Footage, Google Responds by Cutting Off Support to Xiaomi

Smart Cameras have become a rage, they are inexpensive, offer live streams on your phone and also let you do many other things. Well, Smart Security cameras may not be as smart as you think them to be. A security bug in the Xiaomi camera shows other homes. The issue is so creepy that it can potentially shape up as a great plot for Netflix’s Black Mirror.