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5G Android

Qualcomm says every Android phone maker will beat Apple to 5G

December 5th, 2018

While Apple may be waiting until 2020 to introduce a smartphone with support for 5G, the same can’t be said for Android manufacturers. During an interview with CNET, Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon revealed that every Android manufacturer will have a 5G smartphone for sale in time for the 2019 holiday shopping season. And some manufacturers, …

Galaxy S10 Specs

Qualcomm just confirmed one of the Galaxy S10’s signature features

December 5th, 2018

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is the undisputed star of winter when it comes to unreleased mobile devices. With three months to go until its official announcement, we already know plenty of things about the handset from an increasing number of reports. The phone will have an exciting Infinity-O display design, and it’ll come in up to …

Galaxy S10 Specs

Galaxy S10’s powerful chip leaks ahead of the official reveal

December 4th, 2018

A few weeks ago, Samsung unveiled its next-gen 8nm chip that will likely power several of the Galaxy S10 models next year. But it’s also likely that the next Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm will power the remaining Galaxy S10 models. It’s something Samsung has done for years with both the Galaxy S and Note lines. …

Google Pixel 3 patch

Google finally fixed some of the Pixel 3’s worst bugs

December 4th, 2018

When Google launched the Pixel 3 in October, it was generally well received. We gave it a positive review ourselves, but it was impossible to ignore the elephant in the room: Google’s new phones were fundamentally broken. It was not the notch or the design that was flawed, but the software and the way the …

iPhone XR

Apple is reportedly trying new marketing strategies to boost iPhone sales

December 4th, 2018

Amid rumors that the iPhone XR isn’t selling as briskly as Apple anticipated, a new report from Bloomberg relays that Apple is exploring new marketing strategies as part of a broader effort to bolster demand. What’s more, Apple has shifted some of its marketing resources around in order to get more people working on iPhone …