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Engadget - Mobile 10/14/2019 16:36
While we've seen Android phone manufacturers, particularly ones like and , experiment with pop-up cameras to create phones without any display cutouts, China's Nubia is approaching the challenge in an unusual way. Instead of a pop-up selfie camera, the company's latest phone, the Z20, does away with any unsightly notches by adding a secondary 5.1-inch display that's on the back of the device. In this way, when you want to take a selfie, you can use the Z20's primary camera to snap a shot. Via:. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/14/2019 15:30
The Galaxy Fold . I don't just mean in the vague "Samsung bounces back from a fiasco" sense, either. My Galaxy Fold, which I've been tossing around for weeks, opening and closing it like a madman, mostly works the same as it did the day I unboxed it. Had the Fold failed again , it might have been enough to seriously derail Samsung's grand, foldable ambitions. This review would've been totally different, too. I could've gotten on my high horse and said a few things about innovation at the expense of usability, with a dash of pro-consumer indignation to spice things up a bit. It would've been a fun read. But reality can be pretty banal sometimes. Because of that, we instead have to face a more complicated truth about the Galaxy Fold: You shou.
Engadget - Mobile 10/13/2019 21:45
Apple's Safari browser has long sent data to to help protect against phishing scams using its Fraudulent Website Warning feature, but it now appears Chinese tech giant Tencent gets some information as well. Users have that iOS 13 (and possibly versions starting from iOS 12.2) sends some data to Tencent Safe Browsing in addition to Google's system. It's not clear at this stage whether Tencent collects any information outside of China -- you'll see mention of the collection in the US disclaimer, but that doesn't mean it's scooping up info from American web surfers. Via:. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/13/2019 14:14
Andy Rubin has lost another one of his ties to Silicon Valley earlier in 2019. BuzzFeed News has documents indicating that Playground Global, the venture company Rubin founded in 2015, "ended [its] business relationship" with its creator at the end of May. He remained a "good friend" of the company, but no longer had a position or financial stake. The reasons for the exit weren't mentioned. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/12/2019 18:49
Google has for a while, but now it's taking that fight to its app store. The Wall Street Journal has that Google recently Play Store apps with "deceptive or harmful" personal loans where the annual percentage rate is 36 percent or higher, such as many payday loans. A spokesman said the expanded financial policy, implemented in August, was meant to "protect users" against "exploitative" terms. Via:. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/12/2019 15:02
Believe it or not, the Pixel 4 leaks still haven't stopped ahead of . Best Buy Canada briefly (and has since pulled) a pre-order page for Google's new phones that confirmed numerous details. Both the regular Pixel 4 and its XL counterpart should have dual rear cameras (12-megapixel main and 16-megapixel telephoto), speedy and Snapdragon 855 processors with 6GB of RAM. It also alludes to as Quick Gestures and suggests you'll once again have a promo that offers unlimited full-quality photo and video uploads to Google Photos -- at least, . Via:. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/12/2019 09:00
Samsung released its most recent flagship, the Galaxy S10+, after a decade of refining and perfecting the Galaxy lineup. With improvements to the screen, battery life and software, the $1,000 S10+ once again showed the company knows how to build a hit Android smartphone. Engadget reviews editor Cherlynn Low was impressed with the smooth UI, fast performance and useful features like Wireless Powershare which enables the phone to charge other devices. With all that in mind, she ultimately awarded the S10+ a score of 91. Our readers, who always tend to score a bit more harshly, gave it a more muted (but still good) rating of 84.
Engadget - Mobile 10/10/2019 14:48
Apple is acting on its promise to offer in the wake of reports that quality control contractors were . The second beta of iOS 13.2 adds options to not only opt out of sharing Siri and Dictation audio, but to delete the entire history of interactions associated with your device. You can't scrub recordings that have already been used to improve Siri, but those are already disassociated from your hardware. Source:
Engadget - Mobile 10/10/2019 03:20
As last month, Oppo's latest flagship phone, the Reno Ace, is unveiled today. We already knew about the device's 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 feature which charges its 4,000mAh battery in just 30 minutes, thus setting an impressive record in the industry. What's surprising is perhaps the Gundam 40th anniversary edition Reno Ace: only 30,000 of these special units will be available, and both the phone and packaging come in matching designs that pay homage to the RX-78-2. I mean, just look at that cute protection case. Via:
Engadget - Mobile 10/10/2019 02:54
Samsung will soon give Galaxy S10 owners the chance to try Android 10 before the new mobile platform heads to the tech giant's other models. Google rolled out Android 10 in September, but only a few devices can download and install it at the moment -- its availability, as always, depends on phonemakers. In Samsung's case, it the beta versions of the platform and the company's One UI 2 are "coming soon" to the Galaxy S10, and their smallest sibling, the , in the US. Source:

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