Which phone takes the better pictures: the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or the Apple iPhone X?
Sometimes it’s hard to judge, especially if you have a preference for one brand over the other: many people are just quietly biased towards their favorite and the only way to go around this is to have a… blind camera comparison!
This is exactly what we did last week: we published photos from both phones without revealing the brand names behind the photos, so you can only judge the image quality and nothing else. So… what’s the result of this experiment? And who wins the blind camera test?
It was just a season ago when we marveled at the first phone prototype with “anywhere” finger scanner situated in the display itself. That Vivo Apex concept you see us previewing above subsequently became a reality, and the floodgates opened.
The China exclusive Nokia 7 is now receiving an OTA update which brings the Android security patches for August 2018. The update is tiny, weighing only 97MB and updates the security patch to August 2018. There’s nothing else mentioned in the change-log. The post update software version is 224F.B01.
The Nokia 7 is not an Android One certified device. It is also not among the Nokia phones which run vanilla Android. The China ROM has a number of enhancements and that doesn’t stop Nokia from regularly updating the phones in China. This is Nokia’s indirect answer to the people who feel that adding customization to Android code results in slower updates. It is more about the willingness and dedication.
If you are using a Nokia 7 in China or outside of China, then you can head to device settings to manually check for updates.
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Nokia 7 plus is one of the best creations from the house of HMD Global. The smartphone has won many hearts, offering a great value in the higher mid-range segment. The device so loved by the consumers across the globe has also got some love from EISA. The Nokia 7 plus is awarded as the “Best Consumer Smartphone” for the year 2018-2019.
For the unaware, EISA stands for “Expert Image and Sound Association”. NokiaMob went a little bit into the history to remind us that the last Nokia smartphone which bagged an EISA award was the the camera powerhouse Nokia 808 Pureview. The Nokia 808 grabbed the award as “Mobile Photo Achievement” back in 2012.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) August 15, 2018
The Nokia 7 Plus is undoubtedly a great device. It just checks so many boxes that there is not much to complain about. Looking forward to see more great phones from Nokia
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After months of rumors and hype, the actual reveal of the Samsung Galaxy Watch (a.k.a. the Gear S4, as we used to call it prior) was kind of anticlimactic. They just showed us the watch, boasted about a couple of features that we already have on the Gear S3 and Gear Sport, and that was it. The processor is only marginally faster and there’s a version with more RAM now, but… it doesn’t look like much of an upgrade, does it?
Well, it is, really. And, if Samsung plays its cards right, it will be one of the most meaningful upgrades to its smartwatch line. Not an upgrade of internal components, …
Samsung is notoriously slow when it comes to Android updates. Google officially released Android 9 Pie the other day, but Samsung is yet to release the previous version to a number of its devices. Now the company released a list of smartphones and tablets along with the month in which they should be getting Android 8 Oreo.
Nokia Mobile is back to its monthly dose of Android security updates. After delivering it to the Nokia X6 in China, Nokia is pushing the August 2018 Android security release to the Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 (2017) devices globally.
As we have learnt in the past months, the August security update for Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 is also very minimal. It weighs 148.3MB and 141.9MB (respectively) and mentions only the security release in the change-log. If you have a Nokia 5 or 6 in hand which has not yet shown the update notification, then it will be a good idea to manually check for updates in the Settings app.
Thank you, Shubham for the tip about Nokia 5.
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Nokia Mobile has pushed the last developer preview release of Android P (Pie) to the Nokia 7 plus users. If you are already enrolled to the beta program, then you will receive the update notification shortly. If you have used the manual way to update, then you can download the new image and sideload on your Nokia 7 plus.
The new developer preview image brings the Android P DP4 with version V3.150. The security patch is still at July. Juho Sarvikas confirmed the release on Twitter.
Do note that if you upgrade via OTA then your user data will be automatically wiped, even if you are already running Android P DP3. There’s another warning to not switch the way you receive Android P DP updates.
The stable release should be around the corner. However, it will still take some-time to perfect. So, I expect stable Android Pie releasing to Nokia 7 plus users towards the end of August, along with the August security patch. For now, the news of a potential Android Pie update being rolled to users in India is untrue. So, do not blame your device/operator if you do not get the update.
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Fortnite is a worldwide phenomenon. The hype is real, the numbers are rolling, and Epic must be gleeful over its decision to make the Royale mode a freemium offer.
Even on mobile, the game is raking up the cash â within three months of its launch, it has already made $150 million in revenue, thanks to in-app purchases, and these are just for cosmetic items. Spending money in the game does not give one a better gun, armor, or any other advantage, just flashy new skins. And players still love the title enough to support it with their cash.
We decided to check how you guys feel about …
Samsung recently announced that Chase Pay customers that own compatible flagship Galaxy smartphones can now use the former’s Pay mobile payment system. Once you link your Chase Pay to Samsung Pay, you will be able to use the latter’s Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology, along with NFC, to pay with the Chase Pay app at millions of merchants in the United States by simply tapping the payment terminal.
The new agreement brings together two wallets to offer Chase cardholders more ways to pay with their mobile phones and at more places. If you didn’t know by now, Samsung Pay is accepted …