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Fortnite looks terrible on my Android phone and I love it

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As an Android user, I’ve been waiting a long time to play Fortnite on the go. First, there was the Nintendo Switch version, which I was incredibly excited about until I realized I couldn’t access my PS4 account on the tablet. Then, developer Epic announced that the mobile version of the battle royale shooter was expanding from iOS to Android, and it finally launched last week. For the most part, it’s just what I expected, apart from one major change: on my Galaxy S7 Edge, Fortnite looks like a low-poly PlayStation-era game. And I kind of love...

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Android 9 Pie review: the predictive OS

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Here’s the story with every new version of Android, in a nutshell: it’s great, but you can really only get it on a phone that Google makes. Sometime next year, new phones by other companies will launch with it. The Android phone in your pocket might get it, maybe, but it’ll take longer than you want, and honestly, the new version isn’t that different, so you shouldn’t sweat it too much. Yes, fragmentation is an issue, but it’s better now than it used to be, thanks to Google’s ability to push some key updates out through the Google Play store...

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Would you pay the premium for a 512GB iPhone? [Poll]

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We heard news this week that Apple could bring three storage tiers to the 5.8- and 6.5-inch iPhones this year, with the top end offering 512GB. While we’ve heard that the base price of the OLED models could drop this year, the addition of an iPhone X Plus along with three storage tiers could definitely boost the devices’ average selling price. This will also likely mean the most expensive iPhones yet. How about you, would you spring for a 512GB model? Whoosh! Screen Cleaner Rumors about a 512GB iPhone option popped up about this same time...

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Android 9 Pie Review: Google keeps Design and Health in focus

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The next generation of Android is here. And the P is for Pie. Android Pie (We still can’t figure out what Pie, but we’re on it.), the new version of Google’s mobile operating system. Previously known as Android 9  or Android P will be available to all. Google initially announced a preview version of the software in March, then demo-ed some features at its annual I/O developer conference in May. Google Pixel phones had the beta preview which showed the new UI changeovers. The material design 2.0 is at par and utterly satisfying to use too....

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Sony made a pretty infographic to explain why Android updates can be so slow

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Sony knows you want Android Pie, and it’s working on it. It promises to get it to you by November, so long as you own an Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Premium, XZ2 Compact, Xperia XZ Premium, XZ1, or XZ1 Compact. To tide you over before the update actually reaches your phone and you see all your upgraded friends enjoying it, Sony has published an infographic to teach you about phone updates. It’s not Sony’s fault that updates are slow; blame it on the machine that is a new Android OS rollout. You see, Sony has to optimize the OS for its hardware; add its...

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This Mobile Interface Aims to End Your Phone Addiction Through Simple Design

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“Trap OS” won a Notable award in the Interaction category of this year’s Core77 Design Awards. TrapOS is a productivity and performance driven mobile operating system designed for simplicity and ease of use across cultural and physical boundaries. It is intended to be a truly universal global interface where users of all abilities and locales can have the same high-quality experience. Enter a caption (optional)Enter a caption (optional)Enter a caption (optional)Enter a caption (optional)Enter a caption (optional)Enter a...

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Android 9 Pie review: the predictive OS – The Verge

Posted by on 12:10 am in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Here’s the story with every new version of Android, in a nutshell: it’s great, but you can really only get it on a phone that Google makes. Sometime next year, new phones by other companies will launch with it. The Android phone in your pocket might get it, maybe, but it’ll take longer than you want, and honestly, the new version isn’t that different, so you shouldn’t sweat it too much. Yes, fragmentation is an issue, but it’s better now than it used to be, thanks to Google’s ability to push some key updates out through the Google Play store...

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Motorola phone ‘brazen copy’ of iPhone X

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Image caption Spot the difference: the P30 and iPhone X Smartphone brand Motorola has been criticised for revealing a “shameless” copy of the iPhone X as its new model. Many phone-makers have copied the look of the iPhone X, which has a smaller bezel around the screen and a “notch” at the top that houses a camera. However, reviewers said the new Motorola P30 was a “brazen” and “egregious” rip-off of Apple’s flagship device. Lenovo, which owns the Motorola brand, has not yet responded to...

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Massive Apple Leak Reveals 5 New iPhone Upgrades

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While Apple has done a great job accidentally leaking its biggest new iPhone (and multiple times 1,2,3), the reality is many of the company’s iPhone upgrade plans remain a mystery. At least until now…   Suddenly pulling away Apple’s veil of secrecy is respected analyst TrendForce. In a new report, the company reveals Apple’s plans to give its trio of new iPhones upgraded storage and memory, cheaper pricing and a crowd-pleasing party trick. Apple’s leaked iPhone X Plus iconography in iOS 12 beta 5Guilherme Rambo The party trick is Apple...

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Jio Phone 2 Official Page Goes Live Showing Flash Sale Tomorrow: Everything You Should Know Before Buying

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There has been a lot of hype surrounding the Jio Phone 2 ever since Reliance announced it a couple of months back. And now we have some more info about when exactly will you be able to buy this device. The official Jio Phone 2 page has just gone up on Reliance website and we now have details of when the first flash sale for the phone will take place. Jio Phone 2: Flash Sale, Price in India, Offers The Jio Phone 2 will go on sale on 16th August 12pm on Jio’s website. Like other flash sales, you can expect the JioPhone 2 to go out of stock soon...

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