Did you ever use Samsung’s built-in Movie Maker application on your Galaxy devices? If not, don’t feel bad; it was pretty well hidden, and obviously fairly underutilized as Samsung will be dropping the feature after the next major Android update.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds made a splash in the gaming scene with its addictive Battle Royale style gameplay, and the thought of getting it on mobile has been very exciting. Its main competitor, Fortnite, has already announced an Android version, but PUBG managed to beat it to the punch with a soft launch in Canada.
Android phones are like Windows computers in the mobile space. Dozens upon dozens of different manufacturers build devices in all price ranges, from under $100 to well over $1,000. Unlike Apple, which strictly controls both hardware and software with only a few smartphone releases per year, Android is an open source free-for-all with tens of thousands of unique devices out in the wild. There are, however, a handful of exceptional standouts that have left their mark on Android’s ten year history. They’re not all flagships, they’re not all best sellers and some can even be considered a little niche, but they’ve all played an important role and represent the best of Android. So let’s take a look at the ten best Android phones of all time.
Huawei’s P20 Lite is one of the phone’s opting for a questionable display notch, which we saw a ton of at MWC 2018. What’s really interesting about this device, though, is that Huawei has not officially announced it. It’s supposedly already available at some retailers, so this was a really quiet launch, if those retailers aren’t just accidentally breaking street date.
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HBO’s hit series Westworld is getting a mobile game adaptation, and as of today you can pre-register for the game to get some extra stuff when it does release. As a twist, the more users that pre-register, the more rewards everyone will get when the game unlocks.
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Keeping your phone charged up is serious business, and making use of your handset’s wireless charging function is possibly the easiest way to keep your phone topped up With this in mind, Anker has launched a couple of new 7.5w wireless chargers with fast charging technology.
Google likes to bounce back and forth between light and dark modes on their apps, and we’ve seen our share of both over the past few years. Material Design updates brought its share of bright white app and website interfaces, but we’ve started to see things swing back towards darker themes lately, and YouTube has been caught in the middle of this trend.
Essential catches quite a bit of criticism for a ton of different things, but they’ve managed to break a milestone and beat out a ton of other bigger companies in the process. Yep, the Essential Phone will be among the first non-Google devices to receive the Android 8.1 Oreo update.
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Being able to ask Google Assistant follow-up questions without needing to say the action word again has removed a lot of frustration we used to experience when interacting with the search giants virtual assistant. Amazon has finally gotten around to adding similar functionality to Alexa in the form of ‘Follow-up Mode’.