Xiaomi is said to be working on a 64MP primary camera. XDA Developers unearthed stings of code that referred to a smartphone with a 64MP primary camera. The code was found in the latest MIUI 10 China Developer ROM meant for the Redmi K20 Pro.
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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.
Instagram has updated its app with new features. The latest version arrives with a revamped camera UI, stickers and supports shopping on stories. That apart, Instagram has also announced a super useful data saving feature. As of now, the data saving feature will be available only for Android users.
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.
Energizer, known for making batteries, is going to launch a staggering 26 smartphones at MWC 2019 this year. The smartphones will be built by Avenir and feature very interesting specs.
While Android fragmentation is still a thing, even for security updates, Google is trying to calm things down and create a level playing field for manufacturers.
Last year, camera maker RED surprised everyone by teasing a new smartphone: the Hydrogen One. The company did not provide much information about the smartphone back then except for mentioning that it would sport a modular design, a holographic display, and details about its internals. And for interested customers, it also started accepting pre-orders for the smartphone with prices starting from $1,195 and going all the way up to $1,595.
Before the advent of smartphones, there were PDAs a.k.a Personal Digital Assistant. Primarily meant to be used in the landscape orientation, PDAs featured a slide-out QWERTY keyboard to help you easily compose long emails and make you look professional while at it. Well, an Indiegogo campaign is now looking to bring the PDA back.
Synaptics has confirmed that its mass producing in-display fingerprint sensors, and that the top 5 OEMs will be taking advantage of that technology.