LG V40 ThinQ Review Editor's Pick

The LG V40 camera system introduces an unprecedented combined range of 16-52 mm that makes it the most flexible mobile camera to date

Sharp AQUOS Zero Brings A New OLED Contender To Market

There’s no questioning Samsung’s dominance in the mobile OLED space. The sheer scale at which it produces and supplies OLED displays to its own smartphone subsidiary and other manufacturers is unmatched. However, Sharp is now entering the arena with the AQUOS Zero. The company’s latest device will come with its own OLED display and Sharp also has plans to supply panels to other OEMs.

WhatsApp Picture-In-Picture Mode Rolling Out On Android

WhatsApp has been testing a new feature for its Android app that will enable users to view videos hosted on select platforms using the Picture-in-Picture or PiP mode. This feature wasn’t available in the 2.18.234 Android beta version but improvements have since been made to it and now the feature has been enabled for all users who use the beta version.

Sprint VoLTE Soft Launched In A Few U.S. Markets

Sprint is finally doing what its competitors have already been doing. It’s now providing voice-over-LTE or VoLTE service in select markets across the country. The service is currently being soft launched so the markets are limited but its subscribers can rest assured that the number of supported markets will only go up from here.


Samsung Working On Making DeX Wireless

The DeX mode on Samsung’s recent flagship smartphones and the Galaxy Tab S4 enable the device to power a PC-like experience on an external monitor. It wasn’t possible to do that previously unless you were using the official dock but Samsung has made it much easier with the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4. All you need now to run DeX using those devices is a simple USB-C to […]

Samsung May Preview Foldable Smartphone Next Month

It has been a few years since we have been hearing that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone. The company is yet to release it but at least it has confirmed the handset’s existence. A new report out of South Korea suggests that the company will provide a preview of its foldable smartphone in November.

Snapdragon 8150 Might Be Qualcomm’s Next High-End Chip

The Snapdragon 845 is the processor of choice for Android flagship smartphones this year. Its successor will power the flagships due next year but it appears that Qualcomm will switch up the nomenclature for its first chip built on the 7nm process technology. According to a new report, what was expected to be called the Snapdragon 855 might actually be called the Snapdragon 8150.

Opera Touch Browser Launched For iOS Devices

Earlier this year Opera launched its Touch browser for Android. For iOS users who might be feeling left out, you’ll be pleased to learn that Opera has since announced that its Touch browser will now be available for iOS devices where the company is hoping to convince iOS users to make the swap from Safari to Opera Touch.

Analyst Claims Huawei’s Kirin 980 Narrows The Gap With The iPhone Xs

While many make fun and/or criticize the company’s choice when it comes to certain hardware decisions, it’s safe to say that when compared side-by-side in speed tests, Apple’s iPhones generally prevail. However this year could be different as Huawei thinks that its latest Kirin 980 chipset will finally be able to overtake Apple.

OnePlus Explains Why They Ditched The Headphone Jack On The OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus 6T has yet to be officially announced, but yet several features of the upcoming phone have already been confirmed. For starters we know that the phone will be featuring an in-display fingerprint sensor, and last we heard, the phone would also be ditching the headphone jack.

iOS 12.1 Will Address iPhone Xs, Xs Max Charging Issues

One of the problems that was spotted by early iPhone Xs and Xs Max adopters was that the phones had some charging issues. These users discovered that when their phones were idle, it had stopped charging for whatever reason. It is unclear as to what the problem might have been, but it doesn’t seem to have affected too many users.

Camera App Developer Debunks iPhone Xs ‘Beautygate’

Cameras that can take amazing selfies and make people look “better” are usually features proudly touted by companies. However it seemed to have the opposite reaction amongst iPhone Xs users, some of whom started believing a conspiracy theory that Apple had secretly applied a filter to the front-facing camera that smoothed the user’s skin and brightened it.

Apple Expected To Reveal iPhone Xs Sales Numbers On November 1

A few years ago, it marked the first time that Apple experienced a decline in iPhone sales. There are many reasons that could have contributed to this, such as the smartphone market maturing and peaking, or customers are no longer interested in paying a premium when there are cheaper alternatives that are more than capable of getting the job done.

Windows 10 Lets Users Mirror Their Android Phones On Their Computer

There is a reason why there are many mobile apps that are now offering desktop counterparts. This is because switching between our phones and desktops can be distracting and can take away from our focus, however as much as we would like, not all mobile apps are readily available on the desktop just yet.