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Google Assistant gains more features as it marks availability on 100M devices

Google I/O keynote had a plethora of announcements about its in-house Google Assistant. We already told you the platform would be available with limited functionality on iOS, but on Android, it will bloom in all its glory - you will be able to buy stuff, and you can talk to it in other languages. This summer Google Assistant will be able to detect and respond in French, German, Portuguese and Japanese and by the end of the year Italian, Spanish and Korean would also be available. This update will come to over 100 million devices, Google said. The number represents the currently active...



Moto G5S and G5S Plus go official with improved cameras

Motorola's new mid-rangers went official today - the Moto G5S and the Moto G5S Plus. The duo is an incremental upgrade over the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus that debuted at the MWC back in February, bringing more capable cameras and a few other minor niceties Moto G5S The phone comes with 5.2" screen of Full HD resolution. There is a fingerprint scanner/home button that sits below on the front panel. Just like the Moto G5, Motorola Moto G5S runs on Snapdragon 430 with an octa-core CPU. There is 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, but Moto included a hybrid microSD slot for up to...



Vivo V1838A full specifications spotted on TENAA

In the recent past, TENAA telecom body from China had approved the Vivo V1829A/T smartphone. The V1829A/T is expected to first public appearance as the Vivo X27. Furthermore, the Vivo 1831A/T smartphone that was recently approved by TENAA is rumored to launch as Vivo S1. A new Vivo smartphone with model number Vivo V1838A has been spotted on TENAA today. The specification of the V1838A listed on TENAA reveals that it attributes a weaker chipset and lower triple digital camera sensors than the Vivo V1829A/T Vivo X27 smartphone. The rest of the technical specs of both handsets are identical. Hence, it looks that the Vivo V1838A might be a lower edition of the Vivo X27. The shots of the Vivo V1838A are not in the world yet on its TENAA listing. However, it seems to be to be featuring the exact 6.39-inch notch-less AMOLED screen with full HD+ resolution which includes the Vivo X27 and Vivo V15 Pro smartphone. The display of the smartphone is embedded with a fingerprint sensor. The handset measures 157.66 x 74.26 x 8.95mm and it might weigh 188.3 grams. The TENAA listing states that it will be in the world in Gold color. The Vivo V1838A is powered by 2.0 GHz octa-core cpu. The Vivo V1829A/T Vivo X27 has 2.2 GHz octa-core processor onboard what is nothing however the Sd 710 mobile platform. Thus, the Vivo 1838A that is speculated to first public appearance as a lower edition of Vivo X27 could be fueled by Sd 675. Vivo X27 leaked picture The minimum capacity of Vivo V1838A is of 3,920mAh, however its usual dimensions might be 4,000mAh. It will carry support for rapid charging technology. It will be in the world in two models these types of as 6 GB RAM + 128 GB and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage. The smartphone is loaded with Android 9 Pie Operation system. It lacks support for microSD card slot. Read also: LG G8 ThinQ pricing uncovered and pre-orders start from 15th March in South Korea The Vivo V1829A/T options 48-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel rear-mounted triple digital camera item and a frontal shooter of 16-megapixel. The newly approved Vivo V1838A cameraphone has 12-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel triple image sensor module and a selfie snapper of 16-megapixel. The selfie shooter can be in the world on the device as a pop-up camera which includes the Vivo V15 Pro. (source, via)

Actions on Google Assistant now understand 7 new languages

Google is also present at MWC 2018 to unveil new technology. The company just announced major improvements in the Actions department, responsible for booking tickets and adding reminders on Google Assistant. Starting this week, Actions can be built in seven new languages, bringing the total to 16 - Hindi, Thai, Indonesian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and Dutch. They join English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian and Russian. The 16 supported languages can be used for developing localized apps for the regions where the languages are spoken. From...



Apple is switching to in-house OLED screens in 2018

Apple might be trying to buy all the OLED panels available right now, but Tim Cook & Co have something else in mind for 2018. The company purchased chemical vapor deposition (CVD) machines from Korean company to start building an in-house 2.5G OLED display right in time for the next-year iPhone. According to sources, Apple is steering away from the dependence it currently has on Samsung's OLED screens. This move also breaks the monopoly by Canon Tokki, a leading provider of CVD machinery. In 2017 it supplied sets of OLED manufacturing equipment to Samsung and has plans to keep...