Tag: Android

OnePlus 7T Pro tipped to launch w/ Android 10, slightly bigger battery

We’re only a few weeks away from the potential first preview of the OnePlus 7T family, and today, a spec sheet for the new device has leaked out. Apparently, we can expect the OnePlus 7T Pro to include a bigger battery and Android 10 too.

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Latest Pixel 4 leak shows new Assistant UI, Pixel Themes, more

At this point, we’ve probably seen enough of the Pixel 4 to bring you a full review. That said, a new leak has given us a closer look at the new Pixel 4 Assistant UI, Pixel Themes, and the new Face Unlock setup in action.

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Gmail for Android dark theme begins rolling out

Following Android 10’s public launch last week, many users have been waiting for all of Google’s apps to offer darker looks. After a brief tease on Android.com, a dark theme is now rolling out to Gmail for Android today via a sever-side update.

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Another Pixel 4 XL leak corroborates display size, Snapdragon 855

“When it rains it pours” is a common idiom used regarding smartphone leaks, but the past several days have felt like a torrential downpour of Pixel 4 leaks. Today, another Pixel 4 XL leak corroborates specs which we previously exclusively reported about the XL model with its larger display.

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Spotify brings seekable audio progress bar to notifications on Android 10

Android 10 brought a handy feature that displays a media progress bar directly in the notification bar, which various apps can benefit from. Unfortunately, Spotify didn’t  implement this feature fully, as it didn’t initially allow users to interact with the progress bar. However, the company fixed it, as the bar is now seekable, letting you jump to your favorite part directly from your notifications.

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Vivaldi is releasing an Android version of its highly-customizable browser

Vivaldi, a web browser from a group of developers that formerly worked on Opera, is one to consider if you really want to customize your browsing experience. Now, Vivaldi is bringing that power-user spirit to mobile with a new Android version, available today in beta.

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Kirin 990 5G: Huawei launches Mate 30 series processor

As is traditional before the launch of a new Mate phone, Huawei has today unveiled the chipset that’ll power its next flagship series. And if the tech specs of the new Kirin 990 and 990 5G processors are any indicator, the new phones will offer a significant bump in AI, 5G, graphical and photographic performance over the Kirin 980 used in phones like the P30 series.

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Android hints at ‘Style’ and ‘Clock’ in the Settings for Pixel

One of the most promising features spotted during the Android Q Beta that has yet to emerge following Android 10’s launch is customizing the AOD and lockscreen clock. It now appears that this Pixel personalization, along with others, could still be coming.

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Google Maps tests using your chosen Assistant voice when navigating

For the past year, Google Assistant has had a variety of voices to personalize your experience, and while most Google Assistant related apps have respected this setting, there have been a few holdouts. One of those, Google Maps, is now testing using your chosen Google Assistant voice when navigating, including in Android Auto.

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[Updated]Sony Xperia 5 : The successor of the Sony Xperia 1

Sony Xperia 1, Sony’s latest flagship is a beast with its most defining feature being the 21:9 display. Although the device seems to be oddly tall, many users have ended up loving it. It is a standardise flagship device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage together with a 3,330mAh batter packaged together with Android Pie (Android 9.0). As expected, Sony have been preparing to launch the successor to the flagship device where it will be announced during the IFA 2019 keynote later today.

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