This week, we dropped our Nokia PureView 9 review, followed by our Samsung Galaxy S10e review later this week. In the middle of the week, Google announced the first official beta of Android Q, and we still do not know what dessert will be named after him. We know what the phones will be beta, and all the new features coming. Some of our favorites include a new sharing menu, easier Wi-Fi sharing, and even desktop mode! Do you install it?
As if that is not enough, we have a new concept phone from Vivo, potential specifications for Motorola's upcoming zooms, and bad news for Pixelbook and Pixel Slide.
Let's start with the big news of the week:
There are six Beta versions of Android Q on Google's timeline
We see six reps of Android Q coming this year, and here is the timeline for them.
Google is announcing the first beta version of Android Q, currently available for pixel smartphones
Google has released the first official beta for Android Q which includes a revamp of the new AVI codec sharing menu.
Everything new in Android first Q preview key
We're breaking everything new on Android Q, including new messages, swipe and Wi-Fi sharing.
But wait, there's more!
Review of Nokia 9 PureView: HMD Global's best effort falls frustratingly
The first flag of the year of the year has five camera sensors on the back, so it must take great pictures, right? right?!
And finally, all the other news
Samsung Galaxy S10e Review: Best Galaxy S10 for most people
Our Samsung S10e review Samsung is and has the same disadvantage in the Galaxy S S – plus – camera. But there is a workaround.
The Razr Razr Motorola Razr phone may not be the hoped-for flagship animal
Motorola's upcoming RAZR phone may not be able to stand on the toe with other foldables in front of the specs. There is also a question as to whether foldables are worth it at all.
According to reports, Google is moving workers outside the tablet, the laptop
The writing is on the wall for Pixelbook and Slate Pixel. Things do not look so good for this part of Google's hardware division.
Vivo Apex 2019 Concept Hands On: No Buttons, No Ports!
There is a new phone concept from Vivo that has no ports and no buttons. But is there enough innovation to make it worth it?
Here's the rest of the week's news
You probably need to turn off the face of the Galaxy S10 to unlock if you value a basic security
One of the drawbacks of a hole punching camera has little room for other sensors, like iris scanners, so unlock the security lock and took a hit.
Redmi Note 7 Pro Review: Hardware is glittering, software is not uninstalled
Our review on the Redmi 7 note is and this is the phone that our reviewer reads "The best phone you can buy for $ 200."
Review Fitbit Versa Lite: Fantastic entry-level smartwatch
Fitbit is attacking the SmartWatch audience with a hard budget. Is this the best value out there?
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