So you finally decided to get one with the times and buy an Android device — the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Transferring data from an iPhone to an Android device is usually not very easy, but for this endeavour, the Samsung Smart Switch app simplifies the process and makes it extremely easy.
After revealing earlier this month that the LG V20 will be the first smartphone to come with a 32-bit quad DAC, the company has now announced that it has partnered with B&O Play to optimise the audio capabilities of the smartphone.
Earlier this year, Google officially unveiled its new virtual reality (VR) platform called Daydream, but couldn’t pinpoint when it would launch to the public.
Yesterday Google started rolling out the over-the-air (OTA) update for Android 7.0 Nougat for some Nexus devices, and a couple of others.
Sony today provided a list of devices that it plans on updating to Android 7.0 Nougat. The announcement comes from the company just a day after Google released the final version of the OS for its Nexus devices.
After missing the initial roll out date of August 16, Xiaomi has now finally started rolling out the global stable build of MIUI 8 for its devices. The latest version of MIUI has been under alpha and beta testing from the company for close to 2 months now.
Microsoft has slowly but steadily been roping in Android OEMs to get them to preload its suite of productivity apps on their devices. The latest company to join this list is Lenovo which has entered into a “strategic relationship” with the Redmond company to include its productivity apps, including Microsoft Office, OneDrive, and Skype, on its selected devices.
The first thing you might want to try upon getting your Samsung Galaxy Note7 is to set up the iris scanner — the newest and most secure form of security protection that has debuted for the first time on a mobile device. All those years of watching James Bond have finally paid-off, you are ready for the iris scanner and are so going to put on a tuxedo just to use it.
Xiaomi today announced a price cut for its flagship smartphone, the Mi 5, in India. The handset will now be available in the country for Rs 22,999, down from its original price of Rs 24,99.