In this week’s news, we covered several updates coming to Google applications. In the lead up to Google I/O 2018, during the event and ever since the show, Google has been pouring app updates on us all. We reported on a few of the major ones this week, some which are rolling out now and others which will arrive on devices very soon.
It’s flagship smartphone season with new Android phones entering the market each week. One device sure to have an impact in the second half of 2018 is the HTC U12+. Last week, HTC quietly unveiled its HTC U12+ from a private event in Taiwan. This is HTC’s second installment in the two-year running HTC U Series and succeeds HTC U 11 and HTC U 11+. I know the event was over a week ago, but based on what you know [Read More]
New Android smartphones are becoming of plentiful on the market and the latest to join the party is that of the OnePlus 6. Earlier this week, OnePlus held its OnePlus 6 “Speed You Need” event in London and Mumbai. Introduced were new OnePlus Bullets and the flagship OnePlus 6 smartphone for 2018. The next installment of the only OnePlus smartphone line replaces the OnePlus 5T from six months ago. After reading all our content, what are your thoughts on the [Read More]
It’s smartphone launch season and LG kicked things off with its G7 event that occurred on May 2 in New York City. The South Korean company introduced a flagship smartphone for 2018 with ‘ThinQ’ branding known as the LG G7 ThinQ. This is the seventh installment of the LG G Series, but brings that name twist thanks to LG’s addition of AI. After reading all our content and the news over recent weeks, what are your thoughts on the LG G6 successor? Are you [Read More]
Google I/O is Google’s annual developer conference, an event where the search giant we know all too well showcases some of its latest and most influential projects. We learn about the last twelve months and we learn about what is to come over the next twelve months. Like in year’s past, we’re expecting nothing less than big software announcements for Google I/O 2018. The three-day festival in Mountain View, California just outside San Francisco will begin Tuesday, May 8 and [Read More]
This week we heard a lot about various mobile applications and we want to highlight the top three stories we reported. To do so, we want to know if new apps, excluding Google’s pre-loaded bunch, are of your demand?
Let’s have a debate shall we. In recent history, whether it be Apple or an Android OEM, the typical release cycle for a flagship smartphone has been one year. However, with the increasing popularity of cell phones and loyalty behind various companies, some manufacturers have attempted to launch more than one flagship smartphone per year. Only now are some players increasing the time span between flagship iterations. In your opinion, which is the best strategy?