We know, it’s rather hard to realize that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are already six months old – unleashed onto the world on April 21, 2017, these two still look as forward-thinking and futuristic as it gets. Yet, all kings and queens have to relinquish their thrones, which will happen to the Galaxy S8/S8+ in a few months’ time as well. The newcomers? Well, it doesn’t take a genius to know that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are about to supersede Samsung’s current flagship stock, and given our general impression with Samsung’s current flagships, it’s definitely hard to NOT get excited about next year’s Galaxies.
OnePlus has officially listed a Sandstone White variant of its OnePlus 5T flagship smartphone on the company’s website. This new variant looks similar to the recently launched Star Wars limited edition OnePlus 5T and sports the same ‘sandstone’ textured back as seen on the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2. OnePlus has also posted a video announcing the launch of the smartphone. There is currently no update on when the variant will be launched in India.
Huawei held an event in China where it announced the Honor 9 Lite – a more affordable variant of the Honor 9. The Honor 9 Lite will arrive with 5.65” 18:9 screen with FullHD+ resolution. It has dual cameras on both sides and comes with the latest Emotion UI, based on Android Oreo. Read all here:
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After launching its first full-screen 18:9 aspect ratio smartphone — Oppo F5, the company has now launched another smartphone in China. The company has launched Oppo A79, a mid-range smartphone. It is the same device that was spotted at TENAA and at China Telecom portal with full specifications, images and pricing details. In terms of design, the smartphone looks quite similar to the recently launched Oppo F5“selfie expert” smartphone. The Oppo A79 comes with a 6-inch FullView AMOLED display that has an aspect ratio of 18:9, with a screen resolution of 2180 x 1080 pixels. The display is almost bezel-less on the side edges and has slim bezels on the top and bottom. Read more here:
Sony Mobile has today begun to roll the Android 8.0.0 firmware update for the Xperia XZ and Xperia XZs. Sony has updated the building number from 41.2.A.7.76 to version 41.3.A.0.401. The same build number should hit the Xperia X Performance shortly. It’s good to see Sony get Oreo out on the Xperia XZ before the turn of the year. If you’ve updated let us know your impressions in the comments below. via xperiablog.net
Samsung is pushing the beta version of its Oreo update to Galaxy S8 users, and has already confirmed that the Galaxy S7 will get the update too. Now we learn that the 2015 flagshipSamsung Galaxy S6 will also get to taste Google’s latest sweets. Reddit user CyberConCoder got confirmation from four different Samsung representatives, and while support centers aren’t the most accurate source for such intel the sheer number makes it very likely that it’s correct.
On the screenshots, we see all three reps are consistent with their information. They say Samsung will push an Oreo update, but prefer not to mention when since the ETA of the upgrade is still unknown. One of the Samsung employees even said his supervisor confirmed the information.Supporting a three generations old phone is something that Android makers rarely do, but hopefully we’ll see a change in that trend. via gsmarena.com
No matter how good the iPhone X looks, it still won’t pull away the staunchest of Android users.
For some Android fans, making the jump to the iPhone’s iOS operating system just isn’t an option, no matter how much thicker the bezels are on the Pixel 2 phones, Samsung Galaxy phones, LG phones, and even the latest OnePlus 5t.
But Android users have to admit, the iPhone X is absolutely gorgeous, even with that “notch” at the top of the screen.
There is one Android phone, however, that could match the iPhone X in looks and feel, and it costs half as much as the iPhone X. It even runs a near-stock version of Android, which I’ll always recommend over heavily skinned versions of Android that you find on Galaxy and LG phones.