Samsung To Reveal The Galaxy S20 FE On September 23rd

After launching a range of new products in August, Samsung is hosting another Galaxy Unpacked event on September 23rd where, speculations are, the Galaxy S20 FE might finally be unveiled.

Samsung teases the new smartphone in the invite for the event. This next event is called “Galaxy Unpacked for Every Fan,” which suggests that the new smartphone, the Galaxy S20 FE, or “Fan Edition,” might be unveiled at this event. Read More

Google Rolls Out The Final Beta Of Android 11 Operating System

Google has announced the final beta update of its Android 11 operating system. In a blog post, Dave Burke, VP of engineering, Google stated, “As we put the finishing touches on the new platform, today we’re bringing you Beta 3, our last update in this year’s preview cycle. For developers, now is the time to make sure your apps are ready before we bring the official release to consumers.”

Google has confirmed to release the final version of Android to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and ecosystem in the third quarter of 2020. However, the official launch date of Android 11 has not been declared yet. According to the blog post, this update incorporates a release candidate build of Android 11 for Pixel devices and the Android Emulator. Read More

Android 11 Beta 2 Released: Features To Look Forward To

Google released Android Beta 2 on Wednesday for Google Pixel. With its release, Google says that it has achieved Platform Stability, which means that between now and the final release, the operating system wouldn’t need any major changes. The APIs, app-facing surfaces and platform behaviors have been finalized. This is a call for developers to start testing and finalizing their app compatibility for Android 11 that will release in the third quarter. Ahead of the final launch, the company plans for a last beta release next month according to the official Android 11 timeline. Google briefly revealed in a presentation that the release could be on September 8th. Android 11 beta 2 gives special attention to app compatibility, hence the release is considerably from the developer’s perspective.

Here are the major features from Android 11 beta 1 and beta 2 release for the end users:  Read More

OnePlus Is All Set To Launch A More Affordable Smartphone Line

OnePlus on Tuesday announced on its forum that the company would soon be launching a new affordable smartphone series. Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus stated that the company would “start relatively small” as OnePlus initially plans to release the affordable series in Europe and India and expand to North America in the near future. It has to be noted that the company has not launched a mid-range device post the OnePlus X that was released in October 2015 but failed in the market.

The announce of a new phone series comes just months after OnePlus launched OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro as a part of its flagship lineup. OnePlus understands that there are many people who want a really solid smartphone that meets their everyday needs, and for a more accessible price. Read More

Android 11 Gets 62 New Emojis

The latest Android 11 Beta includes support for 62 new emojis, the number goes up to 117 emojis along with variations. Interestingly, this is the first official announcement made by Google in the context of the new upcoming operating system. The Consortium responsible for maintaining the global standard for emoji, had released the Unicode emoji 13.0 list earlier in the month of January. Read More

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Android 11 Beta Launched

Android -11-Google-Beta-1As per recent news, Google has launched its Android 11 Beta 1. Earlier, Google cancelled the web conference which was scheduled for last week due to the protest held in US with subject to George Floyd. However, the tech giant did launch 12 talks which was dated to release on YouTube today. As per sources, the company will be hosting 11 weeks of Android which will cover topics including machine learning, UI and jetpacks. Read More

Facebook For Android Gets Dark Mode And More

Facebook-Dark-ModeWith the dark theme hitting the market and gaining its popularity for a long time in many Apps such as Instagram, Facebook Lite, WhatsApp Messenger and Messenger, Facebook has been going in its own pace. Reports had suggested that Facebook is working on the same, but nothing solid had been seen until now. But, with the recent news doing its rounds, we have come across interesting screenshots that show progress in the arrival of dark mode for Facebook as well as a bunch of other exciting and brand new features as well. Read More

Remove China Apps Ranks Second On Google Play

RCA-Google-PlayThe Remove China Apps on Google Play has immediately turned into a web sensation among Android cell phone clients in India. It professes to expel applications made by Chinese organizations from your mobiles and has a basic interface. You download the application, click check now and it gives you a rundown of applications on your smartphone that originate from Chinese organizations, which incorporates names like TikTok, ShareIt, CamScanner amongst many others. Read More

Google Postpones Android 11 Launch Due To COVID-19


As per previous reports, Google was going to initiate its Android 11 launch which was dated on June 3rd through an online event in wake of the current pandemic situation. As there has been not much of a movement in the country and the situation still remains the same, Google has decided to postpone the Android 11 release and had postponed the beta release too. Speaking in their own words, the Tech-Giant believes that this is not the time to celebrate. Read More

Top 5 Apps For The Lockdown Time

It has dawned upon us that the lockdown would probably go on for a little while longer. We would have to probably abide by the social distancing norms for a little longer, leaving us stuck in our homes for a while. Thankfully, we have plenty of resources to keep us engaged during the period of this social isolation. However, we are never deprived of apps to choose from to help you have fun during this lockdown!

This week, we’re rounding up the top 5 apps to keep you engaged and entertained during the lockdown:- Read More