LG has detailed some of the new technology that will be going into its next flagship device, which is all but guaranteed to be the V30. And yes, this will finally mark LG’s permanent jump to OLED for their flagship devices.
Since the launch of the OnePlus 5 in June, OnePlus has done a sterling job of issuing software updates for the handsets, as shown by the speed in which the company pushed out an update to fix the bug that caused some handsets to reboot when dialing 911. Today’s OxygenOS 4.5.7 update for the OnePlus 5 includes OnePlus’ new Slate font, EIS for 4K video recording, plus bug fixes and optimizations.
The Moto Z2 Force launched last week, complete with Moto Mod compatibility and a plastic shatterproof display. Something else it launched with was a $800 price tag if you bought the handset directly from Motorola itself, which many of us thought was a tad high for the Moto Z2 Force. For whatever reason, the price has been dropped to $720 on the Motorola website without ceremony, representing a saving of $80.
There’s plenty to love and hate about the HTC U11, its Edge Sense feature will always divide fans opinions, but it’s always good to see a handset becoming all that it can be. Yesterday we reported that HTC was preparing to enable Bluetooth 5.0 on the handset via a software update, additional details of which have emerged today.
Google’s Image Search is a wondrous thing, but sometimes when searching for pictures of food it would be great to know if it was a photo of something you could purchase or even a recipe that you could follow. Thankfully, Google has updated its Image Search engine so it will now display a badge to do just that, as well as if there are Gifs or videos available.
HTC U11 owners could be in for a nice surprise as it seems that HTC is planning on upgrading the phone’s Bluetooth capabilities. It seems that although the U11 launched with Bluetooth 4.2, its hardware is capable of supporting the latest version, Bluetooth 5.0.
Whether it is rumors about the phone’s rear dual-camera setup or speculation on its price tag, the hype beast is moving up a gear in preparation for the Galaxy Note 8’s official launch on August 23. Today, a renowned leaker has provided the clearest view of the Galaxy Note 8 yet.
Motorola’s busy summer isn’t over yet. Tomorrow it’s expected to launch two new phones, which should be upgrades for existing models from the mid-range line. Evan Blass, however, revealed the three color options for the Moto G5S Plus just before things are official.
It should come as no surprise that Samsung is preparing to unveil the Galaxy S8 Active, most likely in exclusive partnership with AT&T. This latest leaked render offers a different angle to what we’ve seen leaked previously.
One of the devices we are waiting on to launch is the Motorola Moto X4. Motorola is bringing the X series back not as their flagship line, that goes to the Z series now, but at a notch below the top tier. According to a new claim from Roland Quandt, even though the hardware is pushing the high end of the middle tier, the price of the Moto X4 is going to push toward the lower end.