Before the year is out, HTC has started pushing the latest Android 8.0 Oreo update for their U11 flagship smartphone. This was tweeted by Mo Versi, HTC’s VP of Product Management and it is now available for unlocked units.
Apple has just pushed out its latest iOS 11.0.3 update for the iPhone and iPad. If you’re having touch-screen issues after upgrading to iOS 11, Apple finally has a fix for you.
The Galaxy Note5 is turning 2 years old very soon but Samsung is still continuing to push software updates for the productivity tablet. Today, Galaxy Note5 users in Malaysia can finally get a taste of Android 7.0 Nougat that can be downloaded over the air.
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 Moto Z and Moto Z Force are finally getting a taste of Android Nougat very soon. As announced on the Motorola official blog, the new Android 7.0 will begin its worldwide rollout to Moto Z models this week. For our region, there is no exact date as they have yet to update the software support page for Asia Pacific.
Apart from Google (Android 7.0), Xiaomi is also rolling out its latest OS, MIUI 8, starting today. This is the global stable build for users outside of China and it is being released in stages according to phone models.
Thankfully, Samsung is addressing one of the more crucial quality of life issues we had with the Galaxy S7 edge in the device’s latest patch.
The latest flavour of Android is finally rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Users in South Korea have started receiving the update, which brings the 2015 flagship up to speed at Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
TouchWiz, you’d either love it or hate it. But if you were judgemental in the past, you’d be pleased to know that Samsung has skimmed down their skin to make it more stock. As of recently, their current generation of devices are still on Lollipop, to the point of them getting sued in Netherlands for not releasing regular updates.
As Samsung prepares to roll out its latest Android Marshmallow update, the Galaxy S6 edge and its bigger S6 edge+ are getting a couple of new tricks up their sleeves. When the Galaxy Note Edge came out last year, the extra curve screen offers a couple of standalone features which are more extensive when compared to the latest “edge” models for 2016.
Soon, owners of the Galaxy S6 edge/edge+ will be able to do more than just accessing contacts and shortcuts in the months to come.