Up until early this year we expected the S20 series to be called the S11 series, but early this year leaks began to surface claiming the then-upcoming phone would be called the S20 instead. And then at Unpacked, the S20 was launched. This change was kinda expected by some, considering the Galaxy A series adaptedContinue reading “The next Galaxy Note is unlikely to be called the Note11 but rather the Note20 instead”
In late 2018, Samsung released OneUI 1.0 based on Android 9 Pie. First to receive the update was the S9 duo and the Note9, the latest flagships of the time. Next up was the S8 duo and the Note8. Then followed several Galaxy A phones, a couple of Galaxy J phones, and later on theContinue reading “Older Samsung phones will receive the OneUI 2.1 update”
Last year, the Galaxy A series phones were a massive success. The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android phone in 2019, proving how successful the then-new phone series was. The Galaxy A51 launched a couple of months back was 2020’s successor to the Galaxy A50, and now Galaxy A fans are waiting for more.
Apple’s 3D Touch has since been replaced with haptic touch on recent iPhones but still remains quite an impressive feature. You’d press hard on, let’s say, an app icon, and a number of options would appear for the app. Apple replicates 3D Touch for those iPhones that don’t support it on iOS 13 with theContinue reading “Google have cloned Apple’s 3D touch for Pixel 4”
Ever since the original Galaxy S’s release in 2010, Samsung have been providing two major OS upgrades for their flagships. Back then, this was amazing support for Android devices as many manufacturers didn’t even release one major OS upgrade. But in 2020, two major OS upgrades is minimal even for Android devices.
A recent test on Geekbench of a Galaxy S10+ has been done. This could just be any user seeing how exactly their phone scores, but no. What makes this Geekbench test stand out against all the other tests is that this phone is running ‘Android R’
Android 10 has been available on Pixel phones for a few months now, but only a couple months ago Samsung started rolling the stable update out to their Galaxy S10 and Note10 series phones. The standard update policy for Samsung flagships is three years of support, with two major OS upgrades. The Galaxy S9 andContinue reading “Android 10 on the Galaxy S9 – Review”
Recent news claims Samsung has planted ads into its £1300 Galaxy Z Flip’s phone app. The same app you use to make calls.
All Samsung flagships up to the S6 have had support for three years. In these three years you could expect two major OS upgrades and monthly security updates. After those three years, it’s over. Your phone will no longer get security updates from Samsung.
When I first bought my Nexus 7 (2012), it was on Android 5.1 and was really slow. I downgraded it to the official Android 4.4.4 firmware, but when apps started showing incompatibility, I asked myself: is now the time for a custom ROM?