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New Nokia 8 update begins rolling out

HMD has started pushing out a new update to its Nokia 8 smartphone. The change-log mentions things like improved system stability and user interface enhancements, aside from the December security patch. This new update - which arrives as Oreo version 4.390 and weighs in at around 330MB - is currently hitting units in some European markets. It's worth mentioning that the device has already received the December patch in some markets (like India), but these extra changes weren't included in that update. Via



Android co-creator Andy Rubin teases new bezel-less smartphone

Back in January this year, there were reports that Android co-creator Andy Rubin is working on a high-end smartphone. And now, he has shared a teaser image of the device on Twitter. I'm really excited about how this is shaping up. Eager to get it in more people's hands... pic.twitter.com/LRzQCFSKTm— Andy Rubin (@Arubin) March 27, 2017 The image reveals very thin bezels, rounded screen, as well as icons for cellular connectivity, battery, and clock. Sadly, nothing else - including the handset's specifications - was revealed. Rumors say the phone will have "the ability to gain new...



Three new Nokias spotted in the ARCore database: Nokia 9, 7.1 Plus and one more

The rumor mill expects two new Nokia phones, but there may be a third. An update to the Google ARCore database reveals support from three new phones: AOP_sprout, PNX_sprout and CTL_sprout. The first two are easy. The Nokia 9 leak that showed a whopping 5 camera setup listed the model name as AOP. Next up is the Nokia 7.1 Plus (aka Nokia X7), which is codenamed "Phoenix". The third model is a mystery. It could be the gaming phone that HMD has been teasing. So, what do we know about these phones? The Nokia 9 was supposed to launch by the end of the year (though it may have been delayed)...



Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Android Go to First public appearance Early; Leaked Specifications Banner Look

Recent information have uncovered that Samsung is working on an Android Go smartphone called Galaxy J2 Core. Which includes the most Android Go phones, the first ever Android Go cameraphone in Samsung will be arriving with low-end specifications. Gossips have In addition unveiled that Sammy’s next Android Go smartphone has a model volume of SM-J260. Today, a flowed out specs sheet of the SM-J260 has appeared to demonstrate few of its primary technical specs. As it can be seen in the picture more than, the SM-J260 will be arriving with a 5-inch panel that will probably carry support for HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The Exynos 7570 SoC that marks a quad-core processor that clocks 1.5 GHz. The chipset is coupled with 1 GB of RAM. The native storage of the smartphone is of 16 GB. It also options a microSD card tray for far more storage. A 2,600mAh battery is present under the hood of Samsung SM-J260. It has a rear-mounted sensor of 8-megapixel and a frontal shooter of 5-megapixel. The smartphone is loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. Other probably, it will be featuring Android Go edition of Oreo. Recent reports have unveiled versions like SM-J260F, SM-J260G and SM-J260M that are expected to launch in different regions in Europe, Asia and Latin America. As of this writing, there is with no information available on the pricing and launch date of the Galaxy J2 Core phone.



Week 23 in review: Apple announces iOS 12, the Lenovo Z5 and Asus ROG phone are official

It's time to take a look back at another busy week for mobile technology. The big event this week was Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, which proved to be a software-only affair this year, despite rumors of an iPhone SE or a Macbook refresh. Apple showed the new OS X Mojave, Watch OS and TV OS and more importantly demoed the future of iOS. iOS 12 is focused on being faster and more reliable, but Apple made major improvements to Siri, FaceTime and notifications as well. All of Apple's revamped software will seed to users in the fall alongside the new iPhone hardware. In other...