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Monday, 19 June 2017

Motorola sends out press invites for June 27, Possible Moto Z2 Unveil




June is and will be a good month for Moto fans as Lenovo-owned Motorola has launched and at the same time is bringing several other smartphones in the market soon.

To make it clearer, the company has already launched the Moto Z2 Play and Moto E4 lineup this month. And the company has sent out invites for an event that will be happening on June 21 in Brazil. Well, Motorola is not done there, they have yet again sent out press invites for an event to be held on June 27. So with all that has been happening, we are expecting to see some more smartphones from the company soon. Coming back to the press invite, it doesn't reveal anything concrete.

The invite just says "Motorola is back" and we can't make out what the company is actually planning to launch. However, the invite does show a girl with a Moto smartphone in her hand. And we may have something to look forward to as we are now basing our assumptions on that. Motorola does have several smartphones like Moto G5s+, Moto X4, Moto Z2 and Z2 Force in its pipeline, but going by the phone in the model's hand it looks very slim and sleek. Thus looking at the design of the phone it is very similar to the many leaked images of Moto Z2. So the event that is happening might put the spotlight on Moto Z2.


READ MORE/SOURCE: GIZBOT 


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With TalkBack you can tap to hear selected text on Android




Did you ever recognize that you could set your Android device to read selected textual content returned to you with a simple faucet? this isn't always a new characteristic, it hit some time lower back with the talkback 5.2 update in April. and although we knew it was there, we failed to truly realize how cool it would emerge as being. now that we've had the chance to try it out for ourselves, If you get to know more about this feature sure you'll turn this precise feature on, whether you've got a visual incapacity or not. and, on Android O it has a small twist.

We've noticed references to Select to Speak in teardowns going back for a few versions, so the feature has been in testing for a little while. But we can confirm that it launched officially as of TalkBack 5.2, where it was included in the changelog.





It's not that difficult to get things set up. To enable the feature you just go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Select to Speak, and there flip the on switch for the feature. When it is active, you'll see a new floating action button depicted with a voice bubble overlaid on your screen, like the one above. When you'd like to have something read back to you just tap the button, drag to cover the area you'd like to have read, and your ears are treated to the sweet robotic sounds of Android's text to speech. You can tap and hold the button to move it wherever you would like, but for the feature to work, you will have to give up some portion of your visible screen.


READ MORE/SOURCE: ANDROIDPOLICE 


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Long delayed YotaPhone 3 is announced; price start at $350




YotaPhone 3 was officially unveiled in North China. For those unfamiliar with the YotaPhone series, these devices have a dual-screen design thanks to the E Ink display found on the back of each handset. The YotaPhone 3 will sport an AMOLED panel in front. The handset was expected to launch last year, but some problems with the company's finances delayed the release.

It is unknown whether or not a U.S. release of the YotaPhone 3 will be in the cards. Back in 2015, the YotaPhone 2 was listed on Indiegogo with plans to launch it in North America. However, the listing was pulled and the North American launch cancelled. At the time, the reason given for this action was a delay in receiving the units from the manufacturer.

The YotaPhone 3 will be available with 64GB and 128GB of native storage. Pricing will be the equivalent of $350 USD and $450 USD, respectively. Right now, the device is expected to be offered in Russia and in China.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE and Yota Devices had partnered up in the third quarter of 2015 for the Yota Phone 3, and originally a production run of only 100,000 units was planned. But even that limited number of phones failed to make it into the hands of consumers in any market.

Now that the YotaPhone 3 has been unveiled, the next step is to watch for the dates when pre-orders will be taken. Sure, the phone will be fashionably late, but it just might provide an experience that for some buyers will be worth the delay.

READ MORE/SOURCE: PHONEARENA 


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Samsung's Note 8 may look just like the Galaxy S8




Samsung will release a Galaxy Note 8, that much is on the record. If you're wondering what the phone will look like, you might just need to take a look at the Galaxy S8.

Video of what claims to be a Note 8 display panel appeared online recently on Chinese social network Weibo (via Slashleaks). Since CNET cannot independently confirm that the display belongs to the Note 8, it's still best to take this rumor with a grain of salt.

The takeaways? The display panel in the video looks a whole lot like the display panel of the S8. It's hard to tell since the video doesn't give us much scale, but it looks like the alleged panel is a little bit wider and taller than the S8 with the edges slightly less rounded. Rumors say that the Note 8 could be 6.4-inches, which would make it slightly bigger than the Galaxy S8 Plus (6.2-inches).

The design similarities shouldn't be too surprising. When the Galaxy S8 released, Samsung focused a lot of attention on its new "Infinity Display," which is the shrunken-bezel look that separates it from previous the company's phones like the Galaxy S7. What this leak suggests is that the Note 8 could also adopt the Infinity Display design, and that Samsung might not limit it to be exclusive to the S8. After all, the Note line is Samsung's premium flagship line, and what says "premium smartphone" like a big beautiful display?

The Note 8 also has the task of repairing buyer's trust after its predecessor, the Note 7, was recalled twice due to faulty exploding batteries. After that debacle, Samsung needs to pack this new phone with features as it works to repair the damage to the product line.

The Note 8 will reportedly hit in August, approximately one year after the release of the Note 7. Stay tuned to CNET as we get closer to the phone's release, or check out our Note 8 rumor roundup here.

READ MORE/SOURCE: MSN TECH 


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Verizon's first LTE-only handset is an LG flip phone




When Verizon finished rolling out its LTE network for calls, it became apparent that it also plans to drop its CDMA phone service altogether. Now, the carrier has begun offering its first LTE-only handset to subscribers, and it's obviously an attempt to lure people who prefer basic feature phones over smartphones away from the legacy network. The LG Exalt LTE is a flip feature phone, and even though it looks much nicer and sturdier than its plasticky counterparts, it's still far removed from the advanced devices we're used to today.

Its specs underline that it's definitely not something for those expecting everything an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy S8 can offer. The Exalt has an unnamed 1.1 GHz Snapdragon processor, a 3-inch WQVGA screen, a 5-megapixel camera, text-to-speech function, up to six hours of battery life, 8GB of storage and support for microSD cards up to 32GB. For people who just want a phone that makes clear voice calls, though, it could be more than enough. Since its calls go through Verizon's LTE network, it takes advantage of the carrier's HD Voice feature that delivers high-resolution sound.

READ MORE: engadget

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Monday, 5 June 2017

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge begins getting Android Nougat update




It has now apparently began revealing the Android 7.0 Nougat update to its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge android phones. While the update took sufficiently long to take off broadly, it brings a lot of changes to the stage and conveys along April 2017 security fix also.


Des Smith Product Manager of  T-Mobile confirmed that the update should be available to both handsets "this week." Obviously, since the week has begun, it will likely take a while before all T-Mobile S6 and S6 edge clients get the opportunity to see the Nougat refresh on their gadgets.


As the Android 7.0 Nougat rollout appears to have recently started, more clients are required to get the update in coming days. Because of the way that this update additionally brings along the April 2017 security refresh to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, it is profoundly suggested that perusers do install it not long after it appears for them.


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OnePlus 5 Leaked Sketch Shows Horizontal Dual Camera Setup





Only a couple days left for the company to authoritatively declare the gadget, however not surprisingly the mysteries and holes are encompassing it with no break.


Another gathered outline of the OnePlus 5 surfaced online on Sunday, giving more assurance to late reports that the up and coming Android leader will brandish a double camera setup comprising of two on a level plane orchestrated sensors in the upper left corner of its back panel.




The claimed leaked picture of OnePlus 5 cover was posted on Chinese miniaturized scale blogging site Weibo, spotted by SlashLeaks, and recommends that the  phone will be accompanying an even camera setup. Passing by the released mystery, OnePlus 5 is relied upon to highlight a double camera setup like that on iPhone 7 Plus.


The leaked picture additionally demonstrates that the double LED, double tone streak unit of the forthcoming gadget will be set promptly to one side of its primary camera setup, while the telephone itself will brag the same physical buttonss that its antecedent did.


According to the official accessible data, we realize that the OnePlus 5 will launch this Summer, sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, bear a front-faced unique finger impression sensor, and highlight a camera created in association with DxO. The organization likewise prodded a camera test demonstrating astounding low light performance.


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Sunday, 4 June 2017

Motorola CMO Suggests ‘Lenovo Moto’ Brand Is No More




At the Moto Z2 Play launch event conducted on Thursday company’s Chief Marketing Officer Jan Huckfeldt suggested that the Lenovo Moto brand won't be a noteworthy concentration of Motorola Mobility going forward. While addressing a horde of buyers and columnists in Brazil not long ago, Huckfeldt discussed the way toward building a solid brand and focused on the significance of getting the "basics" right, including how the Motorola brand is still amazingly well known in the Latin American nations.

“We are all in and entirely focused on – Motorola,” a company’s executive said, implying how a Lenovo Moto brand will be partially or totally transposed by Motorola branding in a nearby future.

Regardless of the possibility that the Lenovo Moto brand turns into a relic of times gone by in the coming months, the same won't remain constant for the primary Lenovo name with regards to its handset division, with Lenovo Group Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Yang Yuanqing as of late saying that the Chinese tech monster will "never" stop the Lenovo telephone mark for Motorola.


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Friday, 2 June 2017

OnePlus 5 Leaked images confirms dual rear camera




Leaked images of the OnePlus 5 circulating the internet is confirming that dual-rear cameras wiil be one of the upcoming phones’s key features. The box for the OnePlus 5 comes with the tagline “Dual Camera. Clearer Photos.” The leaked retail packaging was shared by the folks over at Android Authority. The site’s source says that the “Dual Camera. Clearer Photos” label is the official tagline of the OnePlus 5. Another one of the site’s sources also says that “Focus on what matters” will also be used as another  marketing phrase for the handset, but OnePlus’s “Never Settle” will also still remain.


Other rumours about the OnePlus 5 indicate that the smartphone will house a 5.5-inch display, similar to the OnePlus 3T. It is also expected that the smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform and will come in different RAM and storage variants. It is also speculated that the OnePlus 5 will be more expensive than the OnePlus 3T.




IMAGE COURTESY: ANDROID AUTHORITY

All rumours will be put to rest when OnePlus officially unveils the OnePlus 5. It is speculated that the device will launch mid to late June.

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