The Sharp Aquos R2 Compact is the world’s first smartphone to come with dual notches. The upper notch is for the selfie camera and the bottom is for the home button.
The update weighs in at precisely 82.74MB and shifts the build number of the device to 15.2016.1810.337. EIS allows users to shoot videos with minimal shaking which can be corrected through software optimisations. Additionally, the update solves the ringtone issue via Bluetooth and adds Live Wallpapers support.
The company is also expected to introduce the successor of the Nokia 8 named as Nokia 9 and successor of the Nokia 2.1 Android Oreo (Go edition) named as Nokia 2.1 Plus.
Samsung has started rolling out a beta version of the One UI update to this year’s early flagship devices. The update brings with it a redesigned UI built on top of Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie interface and is currently being rolled out to Galaxy S9/S9+ units in South Korea and the US.
The smartphone will be available earlier at 11:00 am across OnePlus offline stores and Croma, Reliance Digital outlets.
Huawei is leveraging the powerful AI processing capabilities so that the upcoming Mate series smartphone will be able to be used for professional filmmaking. Upon its release, the Mate 20 lineup will feature pre-set modes such as AI Colour, Vintage, Fresh, Suspense and Background Blur.
Realme indicates that the new logo is an artistic and impactful representation of both the Realme brand identity and its vision of being ‘Proud to be Young’, which the brand hopes will become a symbol of youth culture around the world. The new brand image will be rolling out across all channels from today.
Honor 10 Lite will run on Android Pie with EMUI 9.0 out of the box, and backed up by a 3320 mAh battery.
A new event popped up on mi.com which reads “The New Note Rises” where the Mi Mascot is standing atop a wide notch. The poster on the Mi.com revealed November 22nd as the date of Redmi Note 6 Pro's unveiling, below which the Chinese company has explained the roadmap of all the devices under its Redmi Note series.
The update weighs in at a little over 2GB and the changelog mentions that it features full-screen gestures, exclusively for the OnePlus 5T. The reason it’s not being ported for the OnePlus 5 is simply that the device still relies on physical capacitive keys for touch control.