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Nougat update starts hitting Verizon Asus ZenPad Z10

Verizon has started pushing out a new update to Asus ZenPad Z10 units on its network. Arriving as software version 5.4.4, the update bumps the OS to Android Nougat (version 7.0), bringing features like multi-window mode and refreshed quick settings. Aside from the new OS version, the update also includes Android security fixes for the month of August - post update, the security patch level should be 2017-08-01. For more details regarding the update, head to the Source link below. Source | Via

KGI: Apple to use FaceID on all iPhones next year

Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities correctly predicted that Apple will drop the fingerprint reader, though he wasn't right about the gesture area. Now he's back with another forecast for the future - in 2018 Apple will drop the fingerprint reader altogether. This means that the company will fully rely on the new Kinect-like TrueDepth camera and FaceID system. But the camera does more than authentication - it also enables animojis and future tech based on the system (like the Snapchat demo). The in-display fingerprint reader reportedly remains a challenge as Apple's 3D Touch makes the...

Oppo Realme 2 review

The biggest mistake anyone could make is to think of the Realme 2 as a sequel to the Realme 1. It's not. Despite what the model name implies, the Realme 2 is more of an alter ego came to be, than a successor to the popular Realme 1.

Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ potentially spotted at Geekbench

Samsung's A-series spans the range of smartphone sizes from big to small, but it has gaps - there's an A5 and an A7, but no A6. Or is there? A Samsung SM-A600FN and an SM-A605G showed up on Geekbench. If they follow Samsung's typical naming convention, they will be the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ (hopefully with a year attached, to keep things consistent). It's not a given, though, the Galaxy A8 (2018) is A530. Geekbench scores: Samsung SM-A600FN (Galaxy A6?) • Samsung SM-A605G (A6+?) Anyway, the Galaxy A6 is powered by a Exynos 7870 chipset previously seen in the A3 (2017) and...

Sony Xperia L1 gets new security update

Sony has started pushing out a new update to its Xperia L1 smartphone. Weighing in at around 85MB and arriving as version 43.0.A.4.46, it's a security update that brings along the May fixes. No new features or UI changes are seem to be included in the update, although the official changelog for it isn't yet available. Currently, European units are getting the update, but other regions should follow soon. Via