Now that Android P is in alpha form, manufacturers are expected to shift their focus to the next version of Google’s mobile OS. Many Android flagship owners are still without Oreo, which is downright disappointing. So before manufacturers jump on Android P, it would be nice if some companies update their devices to last year’s version to prevent further fragmentation of the OS. The Nextbit Robin buyer is doing just that.
If you have been a follower of Android news, you know there haven’t been many new tablets. High-end Android tablets with modern hardware especially just don’t exist in numbers like they used to. Demand has shifted to large mobile phones and convertible laptops like Microsoft Surface and Chromebook. In fact, many think Chrome OS will replace Android as Google’s primary OS for large touch screen devices. One company other than Huawei that’s not willing to let demand for Android-powered tablets [Read More]
In many of its apps and communication services, Google employs animated GIF images for self-expression and conveying meaning. GIFs have become an essential part of modern messaging in society, and the search giant wants more of it. Through now, Google has helped users find GIF images from the web for easy sharing in messaging apps as well as Gboard. But now, the company is looking to take things a step further in some way we don’t yet know. For help on [Read More]
You can grab a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ pretty much anywhere right now. The ninth installment is one of the hottest smartphones available. But one thing that’s sure to make the flagships even better is support for FM Radio.
OEMs, many from China, are coming out with Android phones with a notch to start the year. And according to a trusted source who received word from OnePlus, the upcoming OnePlus 6 will be the next major player to sport a notch display. Here’s what it’ll look like.
Google, the master of keeping things up to date, is rolling out an another update allowing for pairing of Google Home with Bluetooth speakers.
Companies including OnePlus often follow modern trends in the industry and try to be first for others. On Tuesday, we caught a glimpse of the first-ever leak of the upcoming OnePlus 6 that’s bound to be a great phone following the OnePlus 5T. Here’s what we can takeaway.
The updates from Google keep pouring on us ahead of Google I/O 2018, the latest being for Google Maps. There aren’t new features or anything of that nature, but the 3D mapping service has gained support for new languages.