If you own a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ on T-Mobile, there is a new software update available to download. The update, as expected, installs the latest November security patch alongside some bug fixes and performance improvements.Continue reading
Apple launched an early look at its new Deep Fusion feature on iOS yesterday with a software update for beta users. The technique uses machine learning to create highly detailed, sharper and more natural-looking photos on the primary and telephoto lenses by combining the results of multiple shots. According to Apple, Deep Fusion requires the A13 and will not be available on any older iPhones.Continue reading
Apple is rolling out iOS 13.1 already but there is a new feature it has added that may become annoying when you change your screen.Continue reading
2 million 5G-enabled Samsung smartphones have been sold by the company this year, revealed JuneHee Lee, senior vice president and head of the company’s technology strategy team, during Qualcomm’s presentation at IFA in Berlin. With the advent of the Galaxy Fold 5G and the Galaxy A90 5G, the company now expects the figure to double by the end of the year.
As part of a promotion, Samsung is going to give you over $500 worth of credits towards in-app purchases in popular Android games like Cut the Rope 2. How do you get it? Oh, through their obnoxiously-part-of-the-scene Samsung Galaxy Apps store. If you own a Galaxy phone (like a Galaxy S9, S8, Note 8, etc.), all you need to do is open the Galaxy Apps app, and tap on the little present icon in the top right corner. That will open up a promotions tab that should include a “CASHE VALUE PACK” with a value of “$500+.” Continue reading
The successor to the Gear S3 smartwatch is due to be released later this year. We exclusively reported last month that Samsung has now started developing the Gear S4 bearing model number SM-R800. Some new information has now surfaced which reveals that the new smartwatch is being developed by Samsung in the United States. Continue reading
The Razer Phone was not only the first smartphone announced by the gaming-focused Razer company, but also the first handset especially made for the rising mobile-gaming scenario. The device came with high-end specifications and a stunning 120Hz display, however, it came with Android 7.1.2 Nougat, although Oreo was already available for manufacturers. Continue reading