Snapdragon 865 Camera Features For Top Phones In 2020Editor's Pick
On the second day of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit, much more technical details have been revealed, and we now have a good picture of what the next-generation high-end phones will be capable of, especially when it comes to photography.

Motorola One Hyper Has 64MP Main Shooter, 32MP Pop-Up Selfie Camera for $400
Motorola launched another phone in its One series, the Motorola One Hyper. At $399.99, the Hyper sounds more like a mid-range, however, on the cameras side, it boasts super high-resolution sensors that enable “night vision”.

Google’s Focus Mode Is Finally Out Of Beta For Android Phones
 Google is working on a bunch of tools to enhance the digital wellbeing feature on Android phones.Focus mode was one of them. To start with, it was only available as a beta feature for testers.Now, with the recent announcement, Google has decided to bring the feature out of the beta phase while making it available to smartphones running on Android 10 and Android 9 Pie – with digital wellbeing in […]

Snapdragon 865 and 765 Announced Along With New Xiaomi and Oppo Phones
It’s that time of the year, and Qualcomm is once again hosting a large group of media and influencers, including Ubergizmo, at the Snapdragon Summit, held in Maui.On the first conference day, Qualcomm has announced two new Snapdragon SoC platforms that will serve the 2020 5G markets globally. At the same time, OEM partners Xiaomi and Oppo came on stage to announce new handsets.

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How To Improve Your Android Phone’s Battery life?
What can you do to improve or extend the battery life of your Android phone? There are just so many different suggestions across the web to recommend you the best techniques to improve the battery life of your Android device.However, in this article, we aim to focus on actionable tips that are proven to be helpful. We are pretty sure that you do not want to follow a long list […]

Android Security Flaw Allows Apps To Spy On Users Through Their Camera And Microphones
Recently, iOS users with Facebook installed had a bit of a privacy and security scare when it was discovered that due to a bug in the app, it would launch the phone’s camera in the background while the app was being used. The issue has since been patched, but now it looks like it’s Android’s turn to suffer from a similar vulnerability.

Ad-Supported Free Amazon Music Now Available For iOS, Android Devices
There are many music streaming services available today, and as such, customers might be torn trying to decide which to signup for. If you’re still unsure about whether or not music streaming is right for you, then you might want to check out Amazon Music because Amazon has made it free and available for iOS and Android devices.

Microsoft Will Kill Off Cortana On iOS And Android In 2020
While Google Assistant and Alexa might be at the forefront of everyone’s minds when it comes to digital assistants, thanks to the rise in popularity of smart speakers like Google Home and Amazon Echo, let’s not forget that Microsoft also has a digital assistant of their own in the form of Cortana.

Your Cheap Android Phone Could Be Filled With Malicious Apps
There are many Android phones in the market today. Some are cheap, some are expensive, and usually in the case of cheaper Android phones, certain compromises have to be made. Maybe the build quality isn’t as strong, or maybe they’re just based off a reference design which means less money spent on R&D which in turn saves money.

Google Isn’t Waiting For Carriers, Rolls Out RCS Support For Android Uses In The US
For a while now, Google has been trying to get RCS off the ground, and it wasn’t too long ago that US carriers announced that they would finally be adopting it. However, it seems that Google has decided that they will not be waiting for US carriers to roll out support for it. Instead, the company has decided to enable support for RCS on Android devices in the US.

Google’s App Defense Alliance Wants To Stop Bad Android Apps From Reaching Your Phone
While the Google Play Store has systems in place to try and prevent malware and bad apps from getting listed and downloaded by users, unfortunately, it’s not the perfect system and from time to time, we do come across reports that bad apps find their way into the Play Store where it ends up being downloaded by users.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review: 28 Days LaterEditor's Pick
The Galaxy Fold is now available in the U.S, shortly after selling out in Korea during its initial debut.It brings a new smartphone experience centered on what Samsung calls “a new dawn in display technology.” The company pitches the Fold as being “phone and tablet” in one device.

Newly Discovered Android Malware Can Survive A Factory Reset
Malware on our smartphones isn’t new, and while there are ways to remove them, in some instances where it is particularly severe, the only way to deal with malware would be to factory reset your phone back to the way it was when it was new. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a new Android malware making its rounds that makes it impossible to remove, even with a factory reset.

Ai.type Keyboard App For Android Makes Unauthorized Purchases
Ai.type was a pretty popular 3rd party keyboard app for Android available on the Play Store. However, it was removed from the Play Store after security reports of displaying invisible advertisements and requiring unnecessary permissions.It is worth noting that it was an app on the Android marketplace with more than 40 million downloads. It wasn’t so popular at the App Store, but it was also available for iOS devices.Now, the […]