2018 was the year of the notch. In recent months we've also seen pop-up cameras, dual displays and sliding cameras. But what's the best solution to this dilemma? Where's the best place for the front camera?
According to a report, Essential is working on a new smartphone that can be operated purely with speech and relies entirely on artificial intelligence. How does that sound to you? It's a good idea for me, but at the wrong time.
Fortnite for Android will be a temporary exclusivity for Note 9 or at least this is what is suggested by the leaks that appeared on the web recently. Another of the information we have is that Fortnite will not be launched on the Play Store. Will this somehow undermine the exclusivity of the game? Probably so.
The notch, or display cutout, is one of the biggest smartphone trends this year since it allows for smaller bezels. It's taking the Android world by storm, but what is it for? What components are housed there? You can find out everything you need to know about the notch in this article.
Essential Products Inc., the company co-founded by Android creator Andy Rubin, has canceled development of a new Essential smartphone, and is reportedly putting itself up for sale. Sad news for fans of the Essential Phone's vision. Here's what we know so far.
During the Google I/O keynote, Google released the second developer preview of Android P. Here's everything that's new in the Android P Beta. Plus, Google devices are not the only ones able to be part of the program. Nokia, Sony, Essential, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo and OnePlus are ready for action. Is your smartphone compatible?