Category: Android

OnePlus 5G phone to hit Europe first, will mark split in device lineup

At the OnePlus 6T launch event today, the company plumped its relationship with one of the heavyweights in 5G, Qualcomm, by having its president, Cristiano Amon, on...

AT&T 5G “puck” revealed to be Netgear hotspot

AT&T is still just “a few weeks” away from splashing 5G into 12 markets, but it finally has its “puck” device ready to show off as the first...

New York Attorney General peers into Sprint and T-Mobile’s prepaid

The biggest problem standing in the way of Sprint and T-Mobile’s second merger attempt is the fact that they own MetroPCS (now Metro by T-Mobile), Boost Mobile and...

OnePlus 6T is now official! | Pocketnow Daily

On Pocketnow Daily, the OnePlus 6T was officially announced today and so far we like what we see. We get a new icon embedded in iOS 12 that shows off the figure of the...

Pixel 3 XL has two notches thanks to a bug, fix coming soon

At the beginning of August, Google outlined some guidelines mostly concerning notches. Basically, only a maximum of two notches are acceptable, and those should be on...

These are the reasons Americans don’t upgrade their smartphones

Back in the day smartphone owners used to upgrade their smartphones almost yearly. Fast forward to today, and that yearly cycle tripled. Somewhere in-between, after a...

Samsung Galaxy S10 might have a 48MP camera

Samsung has just introduced two new ISOCELL image sensors that are mainly aimed at multi-camera smartphones. They’re the GM1 and the GD1 and they’re...

Apple is “trying to destroy” Qualcomm by refusing to pay $7 billion in royalties

The rhetoric might not be legalese, but the drama from the legal system in the continuing litigation between chipmaker Qualcomm and iPhone maker Apple has been elevated...

OPPO tests 5G smartphone, prepares to launch in 2019

There’s a lot of back and forth when it comes to 5G smartphones in general, and the first one we might see. There’s no doubt about the fact that most major...

Huawei trolls Samsung and Apple for slowing down phones

In case you missed it, on October 24, the news broke that Samsung and Apple were fined by the Italian watchdog. 5 million euros ($5.7 million) is what the fine was for...