Looks like Asus has finally jumped on the 18:9 display bandwagon and has just announced their first smartphone to feature such a screen.
Hmm. Downgrading Android versions — especially via an over-the-air (OTA) update — isn’t something you see every day. However, this time, Nexus 6 users on Android 7.1.1 Nougat are beginning to receive OTA software updates from Google which would downgrade the smartphone to Android 7.0 Nougat.
And that’s not even the worst part.
ASUS has already began to push the Android 7.0 Nougat update to one of its high end smartphones, the Zenfone 3 Deluxe. But its mid-rangers didn’t get much attention until now.
If you’ve been wondering why, here’s what Samsung UK had to say about the issue.
Finally, Huawei Malaysia has begun the rollout of EMUI 5.0 to the P9 and honor 8 smartphones. The announcement was made on the company’s social media platforms yesterday and will likely be rolled out in batches to both devices in the coming days. Here are some of the new features on EMUI 5.0.
The HTC 10 flagship will be getting a taste of Nougat very soon. HTC has announced that testing has been completed and they are beginning roll-out this week.
Fast-charging is awesome. Be it in a smartphone, tablet, double A battery, or even on a Tesla, having the option to charge up important devices in a jiffy is always fantastic to have. However, when it comes to Android smartphones, complications can sometimes occur — especially when proprietary fast-charging technology is concerned.
Google is looking to change that.
Almost immediately after Android 7.0 is officially rolled out, the folks over at Sony Mobile has published a software upgrade roadmap for its current Xperia devices.
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