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  1. Doogee S86 rugged smartphone debuts with a 8500 mAh battery, 6.1″ display and 6GB RAM After teasing about a new smartphone over the past few weeks, Doogee finally unveiled the Doogee S86 smartphone featuring a massive 8500 mAh battery which provides battery backup for up to 4 days. The device hosts a beautiful rugged design while housing a quad-rear camera design. Doogee S86 is a dust and drop proof device as it is IP68 and IP69K certified device. Its unique design, sturdy frame and Gorilla Glass HD make the device fully durable. It can sustain under extrem
  2. Germany to let citizens store ID cards on smartphone BERLIN (AP) — Germany says its citizens will be able to use smartphones to store their government-issued ID cards and prove their identity online. The move is part of a broader effort to haul Germany’s decidedly analogue bureaucracy into the 21st century. The Interior Ministry said Wednesday that from this fall, citizens will be able to use the electronic ID stored in their smartphones together with a PIN number to prove they are who they claim to be when communicating with authorities or private businesse
  3. Xiaomi Launches Mi 11 Globally: Starting at 749€ Today Xiaomi is launching their new Mi 11 flagship for the global market, following their domestic launch of the phone in China almost 6 weeks ago. The Mi 11 is an interesting device as it really balances out its features as a affordable flagship device. The European prices for the new phone start at 749€, featuring the new Snapdragon 888 SoC, and what seems to be a top-of-the line 1440p 120Hz OLED display, all while featuring a high-end 108MP camera module, though the phone compromises on its other cameras.
  4. LG develops next gen digital car keys Smartphones to replace them LG Innotek's digital key module (Image credit: LG Innotek) LG Innotek, the electric component unit of South Korea's LG Group, said it has developed a digital car key module that would enable smartphones to replace car keys. The module is equipped with high-precision location detection ability and has reliable security functions, the company said. Existing digital car key modules reportedly have a lower le
  5. They're coming at you very quickly. Foldables phones over here, new iPhones over there. I went to Best Buy to seek guidance. When October comes, you can get jittery. You stare at your phone and wonder whether it's the best expression of who you are. Or, perhaps, of what you've become. Cynically, smartphones makers know this. So they bombard you with their latest wares at your most vulnerable time. Why, I look down at my black, somewhat scratched iPhone XR and I see a reflection of a dark, damaged soul. And then there was
  6. Chinese selfie app and smartphone maker Meitu has announced that Xiaomi is effectively taking over its hardware business. Future phones will carry the Meitu brand, but Xiaomi will be responsible for design, R&D, and sales, while Meitu will still be involved in camera software. Basically, it’s a safe bet that Xiaomi’s Mi Home stores across the world will start carrying a bunch of wild selfie-focused cameraphones in the near future. As for why this deal is taking place, Meitu says its “mission is ‘to inspire more people to express their beauty,’ and the board believes that entering into
  7. Yandex, the internet titan often referred to as the “Google of Russia,” has launched its first smartphone. The Yandex.Phone is a 5.65-inch Android-powered phone that will cost 17,990 rubles ($270) when it goes on sale tomorrow. In terms of specifications, Yandex.Phone is a fairly mid-range device, sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and a 16-megapixel / 5-megapixel dual rear camera. In place of Google Assistant, which is standard on most Android phones, the company is also pushing its own intellig
  8. Internet service provider Frontier Communications will pay $1,000 to a candidate of its choosing that's willing to trade in their smartphone for a flip phone for a full week. But the person selected will have to document their entire experience. The contest comes as concerns over the amount of time we're spending on our phones have increased, resulting in new features from Apple and Google designed to manage screen time. Could you live without your iPhone for a week? If you're willing to find out, you could end up winning $1,000.
  9. HONG KONG (Reuters) - Huawei will delay the launch of its much-touted foldable 5G Mate X smartphone by three months, the latest setback for the company that was slapped with U.S. sanctions last month. FILE PHOTO: A staff member shows the new Huawei Mate X smartphone with 5G network The Mate X, a competitor to Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Fold, is expected to be rolled out globally in September, Vincent Pang, Huawei’s head of corporate communications, said on the sidelines of the WSJ Tech D.Live conference in Hong Kong. It was originally slated
  10. Smartphone users are usually torn between the two choices — Android or iOS. Their dominance is such that other competing OS like Windows, BlackBerry OS, or Symbian have almost been abandoned. Those who don’t want either of them can opt for Pine64’s Linux phone dubbed the PinePhone, which offers good hardware and software at an affordable rate of $149. Pine64 had announced the phone a few months ago and now the company is ready with the prototypes and plans to ship development kits in Q1 2019. The PinePhone is expected to
  11. Apple and Samsung are not outliers with respect to declining smartphone sales. Global mobile device shipments were down 4.9% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to a new report from IDC. The slide in sales is now a bona fide trend with five consecutive quarters of declines on record, and the outlook for 2019 doesn’t look any better. “The challenging holiday quarter closes out the worst year ever for smartphone shipments,” the research firm wrote. During the full year of 2018, global smartphone shipments declined 4.1% to 1.4 billion units total.
  12. Fierce 5G competition and poor sales see company retreat from once booming sector TOKYO -- Sony is cutting up to half its smartphone workforce as sales shrink in the face of stiff global competition. The job cuts come as the global smartphone industry suffers one of the severest downturns of recent years. Worldwide shipments are expected to decline for the third straight year in 2019 to about 1.3 billion units, according to U.S. research company IDC. Sony's share of the smartphone market has fallen sharply in recent years -- from more tha
  13. Wireless charging can be tricky to understand—these devices make it a no-brainer. Enlarge Valentina Palladino Wireless charging has a long way to go before it replaces wired charging, but the technology has advanced dramatically in the past few years. Everyone with the newest smartphones, wearables, and other gadgets can get behind the idea—simply place your device on a charging pad or stand and let it sit. Within a few minutes, you'll have more battery power than you did before, and you didn't have to fuss with wires or cables to
  14. Sony Xperia 5 II is a $950 flagship smartphone with a headphone jack It ships in the US on December 4. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Sony's next flagship smartphone, a followup to the Xperia 1 II released earlier this year, is the Xperia 5 II. Like the previous phone, the 5 II is a top-tier flagship with a Snapdragon 865 SoC, but it comes with a smaller screen and finally bumps the display up to a faster refresh rate. The Xperia 5 II is named similarly to Sony's camera line, so it'
  15. It was only several months ago when the Redmi K20 series was introduced, featuring a pop-up selfie camera as one of its main selling points. Today, Xiaomi teased the successor to that phone with a notable twist to its front camera design that resembles that of Samsung's Galaxy S10+. The Redmi K30 will be sporting a display with a hole-punch cutout for the selfie snapper. It will also feature two lenses similar to the Galaxy S10+ front camera. Xiaomi's General Manager Lu Weibing shared a photo of the Redmi K30 during the debut of the Redmi 8 series in China after its launch in India
  16. JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has issued regulations to allow authorities to block smartphones purchased on the black market, in a bid to encourage investors to produce mobile phones in the country, a minister said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Airlangga Hartarto, Indonesia's Industry Minister, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Jakarta, Indonesia July 20, 2018. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan/File Photo Indonesia is a large market for mobile phone producers, with 60 millions phones sold every year. “These (regulations) are aimed at creating a l
  17. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Well, that's not entirely fair if you are a firm believer in the future of blockchain technology and crypto currencies in the end user space. That was the spotlight feature on the original HTC Exodus 1 and the same is true for the newly announced Exodus 1s. The phone doubles as a hardware ledger and this time around has a few other crypto tricks up its sleeve. But more on that in a bit. First thins first, however, the hardware itself. There really is no way around it, the 1s has pretty terrible hardware for 2019. You are looking at a Sna
  18. Hackers accessed some OnePlus customer data through a vulnerability in the vendor's website. Smartphone maker OnePlus disclosed today a security breach that impacted users of its online store. The breach ocurred last week and was discovered right away, according to a FAQ page published earlier today. OnePlus says hackers gained access to past customer orders. Exposed information included details like customer names, contact numbers, emails, and shipping addresses, but not passwords or financial details, the company said. OnePlus beli
  19. The PinePhone starts shipping—a Linux-powered smartphone for $150 For now it's for developers only, and you'll need to flash your own OS. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 9+ images. Pine64 has announced that it is finally shipping the PinePhone, a smartphone that takes the rare step outside the Android/iOS duopoly and is designed to run mainline Linux distributions. The PinePhone starts shipping January 17 in the "Braveheart" developer edition. This initial "Braveheart" batch of devices is me
  20. Which smartphone/phone do you own ? :) I have Xperia E :) Android 4.1 Which one do you have ?
  21. The Global smartphone shipments hit 266.9 million units in the first quarter of 2014, according to a report from market researcher TrendForce. The three month period, starting from January to March, saw a rise of 1.13% compared to the same period of the previous year. The research firm is predicting the smartphone shipments to climb another 6.7% to reach 284.5 million units globally in the current quarter, which runs from April to June.Samsung, the global market leader managed to claim the first spot with a 30% market share of global smartphone shipments. According to TrendForce, most of the u
  22. How long does it take to charge your smartphone? A couple of hours? Wouldn’t it be awesome if it only took around 30 seconds? StoreDot’s prototype battery can do just that. The Israeli startup has several challenges to overcome before the new battery and charger are ready for mass production. The size needs to be reduced, for one thing: StoreDot is currently much larger than even a third-party expanded battery pack for the Galaxy S4. Capacity is also an issue: StoreDot can’t compete with even the OEM GS4 battery in its current form. The charger needs some tweaking, too. It’s currently the size
  23. Due to circumstances beyond my control I needed a smartphone and now have one made by LG. There are things I need help with and searched for places at which to ask, and those I found are not producing any helpful info at all for me.... I did post in the Android App thread here once or twice, but with ~87 pages in it and stuff being added all the time posts just get buring in that single thread. (Makes me wonder if this place would do well to add an area just for Android-related threads...?) Would the helpful folks here suggest where I might make Android queries that may bring some helpful repl
  24. Does your smartphone’s battery drains faster? Or you want your phone’s power to last longer? Well, I think it’s every person’s wish that their phone’s battery lasts longer so that they don’t need to charge it frequently and they can play games, watch movies, surf internet etc. without any trouble. But what is the main reason behind this quick drainage of battery? If your battery power is good but still it doesn’t last longer then the problem might not be with the battery but with your phone and the apps installed in it. Sometimes a lot of processes keep running in the background wh
  25. Hi guys, I am thinking of getting a a new smartphone, and a friend who works in tech recommended to me the elephone p9000. I just wanted to ask, does anyone have any experience with this or other phones from Elephone? A friend recommended it, but I never heard of this company before. On another note, this phone has a type-C connector, my laptop has usb 3.0. Can I plug a usb type-c into a usb 3.0 or do i need an adapter? thx in advance!!
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