Last year, Google was fined a record $5 billion by the European Commission for its illegal Android practices. This included shipping Chrome and Google as the default browser and search engine on all Android devices and not offering users the option to select any other browser as the default one during setup. That original rule led Google to change the way it licenses its apps to OEMs. Now, Google is further making some changes to the way it handles the stock browser/search engine on Android.
Xiaomi today announced its latest Redmi handset for India, the Redmi Go. Unlike other Redmi devices from Xiaomi, the Redmi Go is an Android Go handset that is aimed at the ultra-low budget segment.
Xiaomi has been absolutely dominating the Indian smartphone market with its Redmi devices, especially with the Redmi Note series. With every new Redmi Note release, the company manages to set the bar a level higher in the budget mid-range smartphone segment in India. For 2019, the company is out with the Redmi Note 7 Pro that challenges not just the mid-range smartphones but also premium flagship devices.
Samsung has been on a roll in India. After launching the Galaxy M series, it followed it up with the excellent Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30. The Galaxy A50 is an impressive handset and so is the Galaxy A30. Priced at Rs 16,990, the handset takes on the likes of the Redmi Note 7 Pro and Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 in India.
Not to let the likes of Redmi Note 7 Pro and Vivo steal all the limelight, Oppo is back in the market with the F11 Pro. The company’s latest flagship handset packs an impressive 48MP camera, a beautiful design, and more.
Android Q is here. Well, at least the first developer beta of Android Q is here. This gives us a sneak peek into the next major version of Android a couple of months early. Android Q Beta 1 can be installed on all Pixel devices – from Pixel 1 to Pixel 3 XL. While most of the awesome features are either half baked or hidden, it gives us an idea as to what Android Q will look like. Here are the top Android Q features you should know about.
With the Galaxy S10’s punch-hole display, Samsung took a different approach to avoid the notch. But that was just the beginning as Samsung is working on completely eliminating the punch-hole by moving the camera under the display.
Google today released the first beta of Android Q, the next major version of the OS. While the final version of Android Q will be released to the public in Q3, Google is taking the time in between to refine the OS and take developer feedback to further improve it. For this, it has released a beta version of Android Q as well.
Google today announced the first beta of Android Q which comes with a number of changes and improvements. The update focuses more on privacy and security while also adding support for hardware devices and technology that we will see become commonplace in 2019.
Following the release of its Galaxy M series, Samsung has also launched the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 for the offline market. In many ways, the handsets are better than Samsung’s online-only M series offering and offer many new features. If you have already purchased the Galaxy A30 or Galaxy A50 or plan on purchasing them, check out our tips and tricks for the devices to help get the most out of them.