On May 2, LG is going to announce its newest flagship smartphone, what is known as the G7 ThinQ. Before that happens, though, the rumor mill is working tirelessly to ruin every bit of surprise it can.
It was last year, in July, that Samsung and PayPal officially announced a partnership that would bring the two payment services together, letting Samsung Pay users utilize the payment platform for purchases in retailers, as well as in apps and from online merchants.
Asus today unveiled the ZenFone Max Pro M1 in India. Minus its weird and complicated name, the handset seems to be a winner and undercuts the massively popular Redmi Note 5 Pro in almost every department.
Ahead of its launch sometime next month, OnePlus has been heavily teasing the OnePlus 6. Today, the company’s CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the handset will come with a glass back. A previous teaser from the company led many to believe the OnePlus 6 would come with a ceramic back.
When Huawei unveiled the P20 Pro last month, it surprised almost everyone with its triple camera setup at the rear. The triple camera setup includes a whopping 40MP 1/17-inch primary sensor paired with an 8MP telephoto and a monochrome sensor.
The Huawei P20, along with its two variants, may launch in the North American market after all, even if they will still be skipping the United States.
LG is going to launch its next flagship smartphone, the G7 ThinQ, on May 2. When it does, we may see the first smartphone with a dedicated Google Assistant button.
If you are among the few million Allo users out there, here’s some bad news for you. Google has decided to pause investment in Allo as it works on Chat, its new SMS replacement and iMessage competitor based on Universal RCS as revealed by Anil Sabharwal, the head of communications group at the company.
At MWC this year, Nokia unveiled a bunch of phones but its the premium mid-range Nokia 7 Plus that seems to have gotten the most consumers interested.
After Hangouts, Android Messages and Allo, Google is now launching another messaging service: Chat. But it is not an app that you can install on your phone. Instead, Google is learning from its past mistakes, and doing things differently this time around. It is using the momentum of Android Messages — its most successful messaging app with over 100 million users — to build a better messaging system.