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.
Frutakia 2 is live in Nintendo 3DS Europe!
Frutakia by CrazySoft is back and better than ever! Match 3 or more fruits just like the casino slots but with one major difference: go ahead and move any row up or down! We dare you to discover its ultra-addictive gameplay, play once and that’s it… Simple and smart gameplay, ideal for short periods of time. (E.g.: in buses, trains, queues, boss talking, etc.)
Frutakia just release in the Nintendo 3DS Europe eShop!
Find it in your 3DS eShop and get it! Its fun…
“Tarot Readings Premium” just released for Steam! Get it now on Steam with 40% discount for limited days.
Use Tarot of Marseilles card readings to control your future and fate!
More info: http://www.crazysoft.gr/steam/programs/tarot_readings.php
Get it now: http://store.steampowered.com/app/728920
Sony has started its Android 8.0 rollout for the Xperia XZ Premium today. Those with the device should see the notification pop up on their displays.
In addition to Oreo-specific features, Sony has also added some new features to the device. One of these is the 3D Creator that was introduced with the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, which lets you 3D scan faces and objects and then share it or 3D print it.
There’s also Predictive Capture, which automatically detects a smile on the subject(s) and then starts capturing frames even before you hit the shutter and lets you choose and save the best moment. Read all here
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro brings the best that tech giant has to offer with the new Leica dual camera and the new AI engine are front and center. Alongside it comes the Porsche Design edition, which builds on the solid hardware with an even more premium exterior. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro has a 6” AMOLED panel with a wider 18:9 ratio. The resolution raises an eyebrow, however. This year’s Pro has FHD+ resolution (that’s 1,080 x 2,160px and 402ppi), last year’s model had QHD (1440 x 2560px, 534ppi). Anyway, the screen hugs the sides of the phone closely – what Huawei calls the “barely-there-bezel”. Also, it support HDR10 and cover 112% of the NTSC color space for a superior viewing experience. Read all here:
With the Xiaomi Mi 5X confined to the domestic Chinese market soon after launch, its double, the Mi A1, is called upon to boost the brand’s global presence. Steered by Google, Android One is full of potential. Xiaomi’s looking keen on getting its message across a wider audience and, of course, making some profit in the process with the Mi A1.
Android One started as an initiative for the emerging markets, making decent smartphone experience widely-available on entry-level and budget-friendly handsets. It has now outgrown its initial target and is ready to confidently step into mature markets with phones like the Xiaomi Mi A1. The Chinese maker benefits from this sort of partnership too, celebrating the first Mi ever that’s officially available across Europe. Read all here:
Palm Reading for steam just released!
Get it now on Steam with 40% discount for limited days.
Palm Reading for steam is a professional palmistry/chirology app. You can use it to analyze your palm lines and palm fingers without knowing anything of palmistry. Understand yourself better with simple / quick and entertaining image tests.
More info: http://www.crazysoft.gr/steam/program/palm_reading_premium.php
Get it now: http://store.steampowered.com/app/724460/
can trace its roots back to India in (Hindu) Astrology (Sanskrit as Jyotish), Chinese Yijing (I Ching), and Roma (gypsy) fortune tellers.
This application uses simple-quick and entertaining image tests to give you accurate results about dousing of palm lines, palm fingers and palm marks. All results are based on information about the ancient art of palmistry and not generic or even random results given by many automatic photo-analyzing palmistry software out there. Also why use the old style palmistry apps out there, when you can have the best looking one that actually uses your computer’s expensive hardware?
“We’ll begin with the more premium device – the Google Pixel 2 XL . The LG V30 influences are clearly visible in the 18:9 P-OLED screen. Its bezels are a bit thicker since they’ve been loaded with stereo speakers. The screen measures 6” and it is taller but not wider than the screen of the original XL. The resolution is 1,440 x 2,880px (538ppi) and there’s a circular polarizer for improved sunlight legibility. Always On Display is enabled too(Oreo brought native support). The screen is tucked under a protective pane of Gorilla Glass 5 with beveled edges (3D Arc Glass). There’s glass on the back as well, the rest of the body is built out of aluminum. The basic water resistance was bumped up to IP67. The Pixels stick with single cameras on the front and back. The main camera now has OIS to aid its 12MP sensor and next gen image processing. The selfie cam seem unchanged with its 8MP sensor and f/2.4 aperture.” Read all here: