Monthly Archives: September 2020

The OnePlus 8T might make 120Hz refresh rate phones more affordable

The OnePlus 8T might make 120Hz refresh rate phones more affordable

It looks like OnePlus might finally make 120Hz smartphones more affordable — because its upcoming OnePlus 8T will include that higher refresh rate, the company confirmed today. The T-series of OnePlus phones typically serve as a half-step between its numbered

How long will the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ be supported?

How long will the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ be supported?

Samsung was previously committed to providing only two major OS upgrades for its Android smartphones. This meant that two years was as long as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were going to be supported. It came with Android 8.0

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook have a plan to kill the iPhone

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook have a plan to kill the iPhone

The iPhone is one of the most popular and iconic devices ever made and continues to be Apple’s most important product, but there will come a time when a different type of device might replace the iPhone and smartphones in

Google launches new AI-powered meeting room hardware

Google launches new AI-powered meeting room hardware

Google today announced the Google Meet Series One, a new video conferencing hardware suite for meeting rooms. Built in collaboration with Lenovo, the Series One uses high-end cameras and microphones and then marries them with Google’s AI smarts thanks to

OnePlus website hints at the impending launch of at least four phones, including OnePlus 8T Pro

OnePlus website hints at the impending launch of at least four phones, including OnePlus 8T Pro

Five unannounced devices have shown up on OnePlus' website, as first spotted by revered leaker Evan Blass.They are basically a part of user guides which do not reveal any information about the devices themselves. What's interesting to note is that

Huawei phones running EMUI 11 will be upgreadable to HarmonyOS

Huawei phones running EMUI 11 will be upgreadable to HarmonyOS

Huawei recently unveiled the second version of its HarmonyOS operating system and announced plans to pre-install the software on new smartphones starting as early as next year. Now, the Shenzhen-based company has clarified its software strategy for existing Android products.

Huawei says it could put HarmonyOS on phones next year, if anyone wants them

Huawei says it could put HarmonyOS on phones next year, if anyone wants them

When Huawei introduced HarmonyOS back in 2019, it wasn't meant to run on smartphones. But a lot has changed since then, and not just in the codebase. The US continues to toughen sanctions against the Chinese company, which is resulting

Foldable iPhone Potentially Under Development as Apple Orders Fresh Batch of Foldable Displays From Samsung

Foldable iPhone Potentially Under Development as Apple Orders Fresh Batch of Foldable Displays From Samsung

While Samsung and Motorola competition has already begun in the foldable smartphone industry, Apple seems to be lagging behind by a lot. This is due to the fact that Samsung and Motorola have now released their second-generation foldable smartphones while

Huawei says its own operating system HarmonyOS could come to smartphones next year

Huawei says its own operating system HarmonyOS could come to smartphones next year

Richard Yu, CEO of the consumer division at Huawei, delivers a keynote at the Huawei Developer Conference on September 10, 2020. Huawei launched the second version of its HarmonyOS operating system.HuaweiGUANGZHOU, China — Huawei launched the second version of its

Top memory and display suppliers drop Huawei after new US restrictions

Top memory and display suppliers drop Huawei after new US restrictions

Everybody hates Huawei — It's going to be hard to build smartphones without chips or displays. Ron Amadeo - Sep 9, 2020 6:39 pm UTC Tighter US restrictions against Huawei are going into effect September 15, and companies around the