Category Archives: Mobiles

OnePlus starts rolling out Android 10 update for OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones

Google, earlier this month, rolled out Android 10. At the time, Android 10 was available for download on all Pixel smartphones and Essential smartphones. Soon after OnePlus rolled out the first open beta update of Android 10 on its 2019 flagship devices – the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now, nearly three weeks later OnePlus has… Read More »

Warnings Issued For Millions Of iOS 13 iPhone Upgraders

Today Apple released iOS 13 for hundreds of millions of iPhone owners, and the hope was the company would keep up its exceptional track record of rock-solid updates. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. So be warned. Apple iOS 13 APPLE The rough ride for iOS 13 began earlier this week when the first reviews of the new iPhone 11 / iPhone 11 Pro range dropped.… Read More »

Hands on: New iPad (2019) review

EARLY VERDICT The new iPad for 2019 was something of a surprise – we weren’t expecting Apple to refresh its entry-level tablet, but what we’ve got is something that delivers better performance and a more attractive screen at a strong price point. FOR Larger screen, smaller bezels Smart connector AGAINST Lacks FaceID Accessories are expensive Apple iPad 10.2… Read More »

Android Circuit: New Galaxy Leaks, Google Pixel 4 Totally Exposed, Huawei’s Sneaky Android Loophole

Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes the latest Galaxy S11 leak, Samsung’s confidence in the Galaxy Fold, latest Pixel 4 details, a review of the Asus ROG Phone 2, Huawei’s Android loophole for Google Play, and a cheeky Nokia 5G hint. Android Circuit is here to remind you of a… Read More »

Google One plans get thorough automatic backups for Android phones

If you’re a Google One subscriber, there’s a new perk to your cloud storage service. Starting today, all Google One memberships include automatic phone backups as long as you own an Android device. The feature builds on the operating system’s existing backup functionality, which ensures your texts, contacts and apps are automatically saved to the cloud, to include photos, videos… Read More »

Apple is playing catch-up with the iPhone 11 camera

“Customers love iPhone because we focus on technologies that matter in their lives,” Apple’s Kaiann Drance said when introducing the iPhone 11 yesterday. If that’s the case, then Apple’s competitors have been doing the same thing for even longer when it comes to the camera. What might previously have been dismissed as gimmicks are now headline features for… Read More »

Google can’t fix the Android update problem

The Android Lollipop statue. Lollipop was the fifth major version of Android. It was released in 2014 and still powers nearly 15 percent of Android phones worldwide. Android 10 is official and as of this writing it’s only available on a very small number of phones: Pixels and a few others. I’ll have a review up later today, but here’s a… Read More »

Motorola One Zoom First Impressions

Motorola, now operating as a division of Lenovo, has tried various approaches to the smartphone market, and has of late settled on a somewhat split strategy. The mainstream E series and G series continue to serve as all-rounders targeting important price points while the relatively new Motorola One family is comprised of several phones each with one major… Read More »

Android 10 quick look: Clean and clutter free

Android 10 is here. Google has finally launched the next iteration of its mobile operating system, albeit it comes around a week after it missed its August deadline. Android 10, or Android Q as it was formerly called before Google abandoned the dessert names to opt for a simpler (and much boring) nomenclature, is the mobile OS that… Read More »