We have been hearing rumors about the Galaxy A7 successor for sometime now, but recently a variant of the upcoming device featuring Samsung’s Exynos 7580 processor has surfaced on the AnTuTu benchmark. And the results are quite impressive.
Skype 6.11 for Android is finally here, bringing a lot of little handy features to the communications app. Not only are users now able to manage conversations better, but they can also save video messages, search for content better, and share photos easier.
If you use Amazon Echo with IFTTT, an automation app that can create conditional statements for web-based services, you might be excited to hear that Amazon Echo’s IFTTT capabilities are expanding. With IFTTT, you can now setup trigger phrases for Amazon Echo, which when activated, will do a specific action whether that be setting a reminder, altering the color of your smart bulbs, and so on.
Let’s face it – most Android loyalists don’t really like the modifications manufacturers make to the Google-made operating system, and the customized OS developed by Chinese OEMs is outright unbearable for most global users. Therefore, Oppo has released an operating system that is very close to the stock Android, and comes with only a few factory installed apps such as camera, screen off gesture and audio support.
HTC has just sent out invites to a press event to be held in India on November 25th, where it is thought to be launching its One A9 handset (reviewed here). The One A9 is available in Europe and the US so far, with a lower-spec variant somehow costing more in the UK than the higher-specced model in the States. It must make sense to HTC, you would hope it does anyway. Read more
Same day delivery is a service that is just beginning to catch on in the UK, with Argos’ Fast Track Delivery being the most widely available option, as opposed to Amazon’s Prime Same Day service which, up until now, has been limited to Greater London and select Berkshire and Hertfordshire areas. That is about to change, though, as Amazon has announced that its Same Day service is now available in a number of new locations in England and Scotland. Read more
LG has just confirmed that it’s currently working on a mobile payment system, which it hopes will challenge both Android and Samsung Pay. Unfortunately, no details were given with regards to when the service will launch, but recent speculation suggests that there will be an opt-in public beta test in South Korea next month.