As we reported last week, Xiaomi today officially announced the Mi Note 10 (will be known as Mi CC9 Pro in China) device. The Mi Note 10 is powered by Snapdragon 730G processor, up to 8GB RAM and 256GB UFS 2.1 storage. The main highlight of the Mi Note 10 is
While to be able to unlock apps using PINs has its advantages, most of the users are better off with the biometric authentication system, or at least that’s what the current trend suggests — every tech giant is considering deploying a biometric authentication solution into their system. And WhatsApp is
After Microsoft, Google seems to be working hard to make sure that PCs and smartphones work more closely. The company recently added a new feature to Google Chrome, it allows you to send web content from your smartphone to other devices and vice-versa. The company has added another new feature
IFA 2019 saw Huawei launching the Kirin 990 5G chipset for its future flagship smartphones and in the very same event, Huawei’s Chairman Richard Yu confirmed that the company is planning to launch the Mate X in October. Now, Huawei terminal customer service officer Guan Wei also confirmed the October
Xiaomi has launched a new smartphone, MI Mix Alpha. The smartphone is undoubtedly Xiaomi’s one of the most innovative smartphones. The most interesting part about the smartphone is its display; MI Mix Alpha is the world’s first smartphone to feature a surround-display design — it’s a two-sided display with a
Samsung is partnering with Visa and Fiserv, a leading global provider of payments solutions, to develop a Software Point of Sale (SoftPOS) solution that will just require a smartphone or a tablet. This new solution will make use NFC technology in smartphones or a tablets to enable contactless transactions from
As rumoured, N0kia has announced two new mid-range smartphones at IFA 2019. Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 will be replacing their predecessors and will be available later this year. Talking about the specs of the devices, Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 come with a 6.3-inch FHD+ panel with a teardrop notch
After a U.S. crackdown forced Huawei to imagine a future without access Android, the Chinese smartphone giant began working on its own alternative to Google’s ubiquitous mobile OS. Now, at the company’s annual developer conference, Huawei has finally shared the first official details on its homegrown alternative to Android. HongmengOS—or HarmonyOS,
Guangdong Oppo Mobile Telecommunications had a patent approved for an unknown full-screen smartphone, last month. The design is similar to last year’s Oppo Find X, but with a “V” integrated on the rear; which becomes visible when the front camera system, which consists of two cameras, is extended. Another design
The race for the best smartphone camera has become increasingly intense, with the winners increasingly turning to computational photography and artificial intelligence to boost picture quality. Samsung has lagged behind somewhat in this area and has instead added hardware features such as its dual-aperture camera in the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Specs of smartphone getting leaked well before the launch event are something that has now become a trend. One of the bright sides of it being the fact that you don’t need to wait until the launch date to know what’s inside a smartphone. Asus’s upcoming gaming smartphone, the Asus
Worldwide shipments of smartphones reached 1.5 billion units in 2017, from 680 million units sold in 2012. Statistics show that more than 28 percent of the world’s population owned a smart device in 2016, expected to increase to 37 percent by 2020. TechCrunch reported in mid-July that Apple’s App Store
Wouldn’t it be nice if we have just one device for all our computing needs? For consumers, it’s certainly a great idea and seems quite possible to achieve. Samsung believes it can pull it off. The company has already started its preparation to peruse ‘one device to rule them all’
Samsung and Huawei both launched their much-awaited folding smartphone at this year’s MWC. And while the tech industry got divided over ‘innies’ vs ‘outies’ debate, one concern that the two parties share is the price point. And that’s about to change. According to sources, Xiaomi is ready to break the rules.
There’s a lot to feel guilty about these days as a parent: working too much to spend time with your children; feeding the aforementioned children a steady diet of pizza, peanut butter sandwiches and Pepperidge Farm Goldfish; ruining everyone else’s plane ride. Perhaps no source of parental guilt, however, gets
What do you get if you buy a 5G phone in March 2019? Trick question, bragging rights and not much else. Sony is cognizant of this as it plans out its portfolio for 2019.. In a discussion with TechRadar, the firm revealed that it wasn’t going to delve into 5G like