Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was supposed to be launched in April. Apparently, Samsung delayed the launch in order to iron out the issues on the Galaxy Fold. Earlier this month, Samsung executive said that they will shortly reveal details about the new launch date for Galaxy Fold. True to their promise, Samsung Display Vice President, Kim Seong-Cheol has now announced that the Galaxy Fold is almost ready to launch.
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Motorola One Pro has been leaked yet again. The latest leak is in the form of press renders and confirms some aspects of the previous leak. The upcoming Motorola One is likely to come with a small notch on the front. This time around the company has stamped its logo on the camera module at the back instead of the front.
Samsung had announced that it will relaunch the Galaxy Fold in May this year. It is now one month past the deadline and we finally heard from the Samsung camp. A spokesperson from Samsung has spoken with CNET and suggested that they will come with a new release date which will be announced in the coming weeks.
There is no dearth of Trojans for Android. Most of them activate themselves once they have root access and then inject ads. Google Researchers have confirmed that cybercriminals in 2017 got a backdoor preinstalled on Android devices and all of this happened before the Android phones left the factory.
Google has announced Stadia pricing today. Meanwhile, the pricing had been leaked prior to the event. Stadia will be offered in two models, subscription and a-la-carte (individual pricing for the games). The founder’s pack consists of Chromecast Ultra, limited-edition Night Blue Controller and a pack of (two) three-month Stadia Pro subscription.
U.S Regulators are arming themselves to start yet another antitrust probe of Google. Meanwhile, the complaint box is getting filled up with app developers and others accusing Google of using its dominant position to kill competition. Portugal-based Aptoide is one such app that claims to be affected by Google’s actions.
In the recent past, we have seen a series of new configurations for a smartphone screen. The notch was first seen on the Essential Phone and it became trendy after Apple used it on iPhone X. Smartphone manufacturers tried to make the notch as small as possible and this gave birth to the teardrop notch. Now, Xiaomi and Oppo have come up with a new technology that lets them hide the selfie beneath the screen.