- Oct 25, 2017
Yeah if you can wait another month or two for a phone from this year.
what 'new' features did they implement that was considered OEM Bloatware in the past?
My plan is to wait until the Note 10 (or whatever Samsung calls it) releases and the Note 9 drops in price, then I'm going to upgrade from my Note 8 to the 9. The only thing I want is the 600mhz support for T-Mobile and the bigger battery.
I love my Note 9 I came from the iPhone X and man how much I have been missing... Loved my freaking S Pen back in the Note 4
Apparently they gonna work on a whole new product sub section according to a interview with Wear OS chief.https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/17/18187026/google-fossil-group-smartwatch-sale-40-million-wear-os-android
Good. I think Fossil makes some of the best looking designs. Not sure if any of that will help with whatever IP/tech that Google is picking up. Hopefully the Pixel Watch ends up looking great.
I'm still waiting for the update on my S9+ through Verizon. No idea when to expect that.
Thats a massive nav/home barNew images supposedly showing off the Xperia XZ4 (which might not be the name?)
Presumably the bar on the right side there has something to do with Sony's new UI. I do like that they've gone back to having the fingerprint sensor on the side. And since it's separate from the power button there shouldn't be any issues selling it in the USA.
yes the pill home button, the vertical height of the space is pretty thick, it's about the size of the app icon. I guess it's to make it easier to reach
Hmm, I assumed you'd be able to pin frequently used apps along either side of the home button. Even if you can't, it's a pretty tall screen so maybe it's just done that way to create some clearly visible separation between the home button and everything else.
Honestly if you want security just go iPhone I guess. I want to get rid of my OP6 as well tho and will never buy Huawei. Looking at the Pixel 3 atm.Fingers crossed there's a Canada-wide ban on Huawei, ZTE, OnePlus, OPPO, Xiaomi, etc devices, technology, and infrastructure from PRC national corporations. They're obviously too fucking dangerous to use in the backbone of telecommunications infrastructure and to let their devices proliferate.
Finding good apps is hell. Search on Youtube is worthless. Techwiser is the 1 guy who would try to feature good new apps. I have $25 in Google Rewards credits.
Yeh I have $104 Google rewards credit lol. I don't play games so hard to find stuff to spend it on.
The original looked shit, too, I never understood the appeal.https://m.gsmarena.com/motorola_razr_2019_will_be_a_foldable_phone_heres_our_very_first_look_of_it-news-35160.php
Razr Foldable Smartphone is looking wack.
I have wireless charging in my home office and in my car, and I'm a huge fan. And listen to everything via BT. I'm ready for this future.https://m.gsmarena.com/meizu_zero_has_no_buttons_speaker_or_even_a_charging_port-news-35194.php
No buttons, no speakers, no headphone jack, AND no usb port. Charging and data transfer is all wireless, headphones are even more wireless than other USB type-c phones, and the speaker and lack of physical buttons are using previously utlized tecu that has been so and so. Vivo is debuting a phone like this as well tomorrow. 2019 is going for some weird market trends, I'll give em that.
Nevermind that, ain't worth it. Having the Mate 20 Pro, I'd have a regular back finger print if I could. Best thing was that you could even customize it to perform actions on it, like taking pictures by leaving the finger there. I had the X for a week and if I could've chosen to keep it instead of the Pro, I would've kept the X instead. It has mind-blowing battery life.
Yeah. I understand the utility of wireless charging, but man, I'd take charging to 90% in 45 minutes any day of my life.