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Watch the best of Xiaomi Mi A2 in just 30 seconds

The Xiaomi Mi A2 speaks for itself - a pure Android One experience built on top of Xiaomi's bang for the buck mastery. But in case it wasn't speaking loud enough, here's a 30 second video giving you the highlights. Check this video out! Everything you need to know about #MiA2 in just 30 seconds. #2isbetterthan1 @Android pic.twitter.com/QHjcFNUgrK— Mi (@xiaomi) August 1, 2018 It seems that Xiaomi believes the Mi A2 will sell on the strength of its cameras. The dual camera on the rear is a 12MP + 20MP setup with f/1.75 aperture. The 20MP selfie camera uses the same module as the one on...



Samsung Galaxy Note FE shows its smaller battery in a teardown

As we entered the 10 month of Note drought caused by the Galaxy Note7 recall Samsung released the Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition) to help hold over struggling Note fans. At least until the supposed Galaxy Note 8 announcement on August 23. The Galaxy Note FE is a refurbished Galaxy Note7 with a new, smaller battery that Samsung promises won't explode. So is the rest of the phone really the same as before - the short answer is yes. The tinker-happy guys over at iFixit got ahold of a Korean Galaxy Note FE and tore it open to confirm that the Galaxy Note FE uses a smaller 3,200mAh battery...



Nokia 3 officially arrives in the UK on July 12, Nokia 5 on July 19

After a very long wait, Nokia's new Android smartphones are almost ready to become available in the UK. The Nokia 3 will officially go on sale on July 12, priced at £129.99 SIM-free and unlocked. The Nokia 5 will arrive one week later, on July 19, costing £179.99. You can already pre-order both models from Amazon (with a price guarantee no less), or Clove (where they are more expensive however). The latter online retailer says the aforementioned dates are official launch dates straight from HMD Global, the company currently making Nokia branded smartphones. You may have noticed that we...



Google officially releases Android P, calls it Android 9 Pie

Google is officially announcing its next major version of Android today. Called Android 9 Pie, the update is ready to roll out in its stable form and will be available for download today on Pixel devices. Devices from OEMs who were part of the beta program with Google will get their update before the end of fall this year. Android Pie is the ninth major release of Android and the successor to last year's Android Oreo. The update introduces several new features primarily centered around using machine learning to make your phone smarter. One of these is Adaptive Battery, which figures...



Huawei looking to become top smartphone manufacturer next year

Huawei is coming in strong this year with record-breaking market share in China for Q2 2018 according to various analysts. All of this comes amidst falling Chinese market, which is downright impressive. With climbing shipments, Huawei is adjusting its target. Initially, the company aimed to ship around 180 million units this year, but with 95 million moved in H1 alone the company is now expecting to reach 200 million. Let us remind you that Huawei's Mate 20-series are still yet to come later in the Q4 2018. According to the CEO, Richard Yu, Huawei's excellent performance is mostly...