When Samsung officially unveiled its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, earlier this year, initial reactions were excited, but cautious. This is the first of its kind, after all, and there is always the chance that something could go very wrong. But it turns out that the Galaxy Fold appears to be a pretty solid handset, at least as far as first impressions are concerned.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro, just like Redmi Note 5, features a fingerprint scanner at the rear which can be used to unlock the phone. That’s not all though. You can use it to unlock locked apps as well. Wondering how to do so? Read this guide.
Google introduced its Instant Apps initiative way back in 2016, and now the effort is getting a bit of a rebrand and a broader focus.
Alcatel today announced the world’s first Android Go smartphone. Google had announced its Android Go platform late last year. Meant for low-end budget devices, Android Go devices feature anywhere between 512MB to 1GB of RAM. They will run a version of Android Oreo that is optimized for low-end hardware along with a lighter ‘Go’ version of all of Google’s apps and services.
Remember Swype? The keyboard that was once famous for introducing swipe typing on smartphones? Well, Nuance, the developer of the keyboard, has confirmed that it is no longer in development for Android.
Jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon, Google has launched a slew of deals across books, movies, music, and apps on the Google Play Store.
After the ravishing success of the Redmi Note 4, Redmi 4, and Mi A1, Xiaomi today launched another new handset in India under a new series: Redmi Y. The first handset under this series is the Redmi Y1 which is essentially a rebrand of the Redmi Note 5A Prime that launched in China in September.
Just as the leaks had pointed out, Samsung today announced that it is starting the Android 8.0 Oreo beta program for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Apart from bringing all the new features introduced by Google in Oreo, Samsung is also bumping its skin to Samsung Experience 9.0 with the update.
Google Makes Video Calling Easier on Android by Integrating It into Phone, Contacts, and Messages App
Google today announced that it is making video calling easier for certain Android devices by integrating it into the Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages app. And later this year, it will also allow one to upgrade their voice call to video with just a tap.
Earlier today, Google officially announced the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL, the successors to last year’s flagship smartphones.