Samsung has been caught lying through its teeth. In a recent statement to Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, Samsung said that 1 million Galaxy Folds have been sold. Now the company has backtracked and clarified that it has not sold 1 million Galaxy Folds. However, it has also declined from mentioning the Galaxy Fold units sold.
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.
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.
Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship Snapdragon 865 processor has been leaked. The new processor is scheduled to be launched on December 3 at Snapdragon Tech Summit. Now the leak gives us a sneak peek at what to expect from the Snapdragon 865 processor.
Google’s 90Hz OLED display on Pixel 4 and 4XL hogged the limelight during launch. The higher refresh rates should ideally help in offering a better user experience. Now it has come to the light that the 90Hz refresh rate on Pixel 4 and 4XL comes with a caveat.
Galaxy Fold has been hogging the limelight ever since it was released earlier this year. The first batch of Galaxy Fold sent to the reviewers suffered from several issues and this forced Samsung to delay the launch. Now CNET has put the Galaxy Fold through a torture test and the device failed yet again.
Apple Arcade has been hogging the limelight ever since it was announced earlier this year. Android is now playing catchup and has announced “Google Play Pass.” Priced at $4.99/month, the Play Pass gives Android users access to more than 350 games and apps. It is to be noted that these games and apps will be devoid of advertisements and in-app purchases.
Xiaomi debuted the K Series early this year with the K20 Pro. The device was rebranded as Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro for the European market. Xiaomi has now released a new Redmi K20 Pro ‘Premium Edition.’ As expected the premium edition offers more powerful hardware and features some cosmetic changes as well.
Vivo has finally announced the Nex 3. The latest from Vivo comes equipped with a “Waterfall FullView” OLED display. The company claims to have achieved a staggering screen-to-body ratio of 99.6 percent. The display wraps around the corner and earns the name “Waterfall FullView.”
In an interview, Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei told that the company would consider selling its 5G technologies to a company based out of Asia. He also said that the buyer will be allowed to modify elements and also restrict access for the products created.