Samsung Galaxy S11 Battery Certification Confirms 4,500mAh Battery

Samsung Galaxy S11 Battery Certification Confirms 4,500mAh Battery

We recently saw the batteries of the Samsung Galaxy S11e and the Galaxy S11+ appear on certification. Now the battery of regular Samsung Galaxy S11 has been spotted. The Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to come equipped with a 4,500mAh battery.

Google Pixel Feature Drop Includes Automatic Call Screening, Portrait Blur, Improved Duo, More

Google Pixel Feature Drop Includes Automatic Call Screening, Portrait Blur, Improved Duo, More

Google Pixel is known for timely updates and unique features. This time around Google has announced a bunch of new features that will soon be available on Pixel devices. The company calls it “Feature Drop” and the list includes, automatic Call Screen, Portrait Blur, improvised memory management, more.

Pixel 4’s Recorder App Is Now Available for Pixel 2, 3 and 3a

Pixel 4’s Recorder App Is Now Available for Pixel 2, 3 and 3a

It is not unusual for Google to restrict new features to the latest Pixel phone before making it available on older Pixels. They did the same with Google Lens and many other apps. One of the biggest highlights of the Pixel 4 was the audio recorder which not only recorded audio but also transcribed the same. Now Pixel 4’s audio recorded is available on older devices including Pixel 2 and 3.

December Security Patch Available for all Pixel Devices Except Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL

December Security Patch Available for all Pixel Devices Except Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL

Google has released security patches for Pixel phones. The company had said that this would be the last patch for 2016 Pixels. It is worth noting that the first Pixel missed out on security patches for the last two months. That apart, Google is yet to issue a security patch for the latest Pixel 4 and 4 XL.

Google Photos Lets you Manually Tag People in Pictures

Google Photos Lets you Manually Tag People in Pictures

Face detection is one of the best features Google Photos has to offer. I personally use this feature to search for photographs of my friends and family. Until now Google Photos face detection worked automatically. However, this is set to change with the latest Google Photos update which allows you to manually tag people.

Realme X50 Slated for Year End Launch, Will be First Realme Smartphone to Support 5G

Realme X50 Slated for Year End Launch, Will be First Realme Smartphone to Support 5G

It has been a year since Realme launched its flagship, the X2 Pro in China. Realme is rivaling the likes of Xiaomi and Vivo in emerging markets like India and China. Now the company is said to be working on its latest flagship which will succeed X2 Pro. Furthermore, the company is also prepping its first 5G enabled smartphone called Realme X50.

OnePlus Customers Order Information Leaked in Yet Another Security Breach

OnePlus Customers Order Information Leaked in Yet Another Security Breach

OnePlus has been hit with yet another security breach. The Chinese company has sent out an email to OnePlus buyers highlighting the security issue and the damage it has done.

Google Assistant Gets an Algorithmic Voice Feed for News

Google Assistant Gets an Algorithmic Voice Feed for News

Google has rolled out an update for Google Assistant. The “Your News” update aims at giving a new spin to audio news. The feature works by constructing a news feed aided by an algorithm, similar to Facebook feed. Once populated it audio streams the entire stream. Next time you want to catch up with news all you need to do is say “listen to the news.”

U.S. Extends Huawei’s Reprieve by Another 90 Days

U.S. Extends Huawei’s Reprieve by Another 90 Days

Since early this year, Huawei and Trump have been waging war against one another. The U.S had placed a ban on Huawei and forbade the company from involving in any trade activities with American companies. Google followed suit and barred Huawei from having access to Google services. This was soon followed by an extension of 90 days allowing Huawei to procure material from U.S suppliers.

Google Starts Rolling out RCS Messaging in the U.S

Google Starts Rolling out RCS Messaging in the U.S

Google is all set to offer RCS or Rich Communication Services in the U.S. The new service is expected to replace traditional text messaging and bring new features to the table. Google has designed the standard while carriers can handle the deployment. Google will deploy RCS in the U.S from today.