The Samsung Galaxy S10 series comes with the company’s new One UI which is a major step up from its previous UI offerings. Made from the ground up and optimized for one-handed use, the amount of effort put by Samsung in One UI clearly shows. However, One UI is not without its drawbacks and one issue with it is how it handles lock screen notifications on the Galaxy S10.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is packed to the brim with features. Some of these features are highlighted aggressively by Samsung via marketing, while others are hidden. One such hidden feature on the Galaxy S10 is support for FM Radio. In this day and age of music streaming, if you still love listening to FM radio then support for it on the Galaxy S10 should make you happy.
Google today released the first beta of Android Q, the next major version of the OS. While the final version of Android Q will be released to the public in Q3, Google is taking the time in between to refine the OS and take developer feedback to further improve it. For this, it has released a beta version of Android Q as well.
The Galaxy S10 comes with not one, not two but three different cameras at its back, while the smaller Galaxy S10e comes with dual cameras at the back. While the rear cameras on the Galaxy S10 series are impressive, one can take even better photos by shooting in RAW.
Being Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2019, the Galaxy S10 series offers all the features that you’d expect from a phone in this day and age. However, it is usually the little features that consumers look for the most — like the ability to record calls natively. And that’s something Samsung has included on the Galaxy S10 series.
In just over two days from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S10 series — its flagship handsets for 2019. The company will be unveiling the devices at a special Unpacked event that will be held simultaneously in London and New York. And even you can watch the Galaxy S10 launch event live if you wish to.
Huawei has been making some impressive smartphones like the P20 Pro and the Mate 20 Pro. However, the company’s EMUI leaves a lot to be desired and for some reason, Huawei has a knack for not being too kind towards third-party launchers. While on other Android devices, switching to a third-party launcher is a relatively easy process, it is not so simple on Huawei and its sub-brand Honor phones.
Huawei has been making some excellent phones including the likes of the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro, and Nova series. While these phones are not without their own issues, one common complaint that most Huawei and Honor owner devices have is that they don’t receive push notifications from their installed apps.
TikTok is quickly becoming one of the most popular apps on Android. It’s right up there with heavyweights like PUBG and Instagram. TikTok lets users create fun 15 seconds lip-sync videos. They make for a great time-kill when you’re too bored to do anything else (and if you’re tired of mindlessly scrolling through the same posts on Instagram).