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Oppo Unveils F3 Lite Smartphones, Reveals Extra reports Around Upcoming F5

As coming, Oppo has officially unveiled a fresh price range the F3 Lite, and unveiled far more reports on the next F5. The former is a lower mid-range smartphone that will be sold in Black or Gold for around $240, although the latter is going to be the company's initially full-screen model that comes with AI Beauty Recognition tech for selfies. Oppo F3 sports a 5.2-inch display, Snapdragon 435, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of memory, 16 MP front and 13 MP rear cameras, what is relatively respectable for that segment. As for the extra interesting Oppo F5, the handset will be launched on October 26 in India and other Southeast Asia Markets. It will have a 6-inches screen with FHD+ resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. As for the AI Beauty Recognition technology, it uses artificial intelligence to recognize skin tone and type, and make the suitable enhancements for each picture. The AI will Furthermore self-Discover and enhance each shot, as it takes more and additional selfies, added OPPO.

No carrier logos for the Galaxy S8 in the US

The Galaxy S8 has an outstanding design and Samsung managed to keep it clear of any carrier logos. The top and bottom bezels on the front of the device are too narrow for the Korean company's name, so it went on the back, eventually leaving no place for the carriers. That way the Galaxy S8/S8+ is the first Galaxy flagship to not have any telecom logos on its body. AT&T and Verizon will sell the phones without their planet or check mark, respectively. The other two carriers in the US, T-Mobile and Sprint, stopped doing this a while ago. Missing logo on the device shouldn't...

MIUI 11 development has commenced, Xiaomi shows a “new and special OS” is coming

Xiaomi has reportedly started the development of its next generation of MIUI custom ROM and it would be called MIUI 11. This was made known during the company’s MIUI Core Experience Annual Meeting by Liu Ming, head of Device planning department of Xiaomi internet. This falls in line with the time schedule whenever the current-gen MIUI 10 commenced and in the approaching months, we count on the company to start recruiting closed beta testers. Presently, MIUI 10 stable improve has already been pushed to higher than 40 models cutting across the Mi and Redmi models. With higher than 300 million users and a cumulative estimate of 402 weeks of development and update in its 8years+ of existence, MIUI might be said to be one of the longest-running ROMs on mobile phones in China. It has been the practice of Xiaomi to launch a primary improve every year and this year isn’t going to be any different. The fresh update is coming to be unveiled together with the new generation of Xiaomi’s flagship mobile cameraphone. From the photo seen on the power point presentation panel, MIUI 11 will be famous as “a new and unique OS”, perhaps just the similar way MIUI 9 was dubbed “lightning fast” although MIUI 10 adopted the slogan “AI full-screen system”. Xiaomi had earlier hinted that it will focus on improving the UI during the development of MIUI 11. The manufacturer further more mentioned that the focus on MIUI 11 will not be on making a massive difference in the user interface between MIUI 10 and MIUI 11. Instead, the focus will be on a design focused on the actual needs of customers. The rollout is yet months away however we believe, the next-gen custom ROM will bring impressive options.

Motorola Moto G4 Plus (unlocked) getting Nougat in US

Motorola has started pushing out a new update to its Moto G4 Plus smartphone in the US. Weighing in at 741MB and hitting unlocked units (XT1644), the update brings along Android Nougat. There's currently no information on what other changes (if any) are included in the update. This comes just a few weeks after carrier variants of the handset started getting the Nougat update in the country. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take some time for the update notification to pop up on your screen. Meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually check for the update by...

Google Home now supports purchased and uploaded songs on Google Play Music

Google Play Music is one of the more versatile services, even on the add supported free tier, which allows you to upload up to 50,000 of your own MP3 files which you can then stream through the service. Google Home only allowed you to stream music from its on-demand collection of music until today. Support for streaming purchased and personally uploaded music to the service is currently rolling out for all markets where available. This is good news for those who enjoy streaming their personal library of uploaded music. Here's how to stream them. If you are on the free tier of...