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Oppo R11s formal press renders released, to come with 18:9 Panel and 20 MP cameras

Oppo is set to announce a new cameraphone Oppo R11s on 2nd November at an event in China. Oppo R11s could be considered as a primary upgrade higher than Oppo R11, mainly because of the 18:9 display instead of the conventional display. We have presently seen the back of the device thansk to official Oppo brand ambassdors, what demonstrate a dual digital camera module at the rear screen alongside with fingerprint camera. Today, Oppo formal Weibo handle has launched the official press renders of Oppo R11s showing the front display of the product which confirms the 18:9 panel with minimu bezels at top and backside although negligible bezels at angles. Oppo r11s formal press renders released, to come with 18:9 panel and 20 mp cameras Oppo R11s a - Oppo R11s formal press renders unveiled, to arrive with 18:9 Display and 20 MP camerasOppo R11s - Oppo R11s formal press renders introduced, to come with 18:9 Present and 20 MP camerasOppo R11 has presently surfaced on benchmarking portal Antutu confirming some of the hardware specifications of the device. Based on Antutu, Oppo R11s attributes an 18:9 panel with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and is powered by Qualcomm Sd 660 processor along with 4 GB of RAM. It arrives with 64 GB internal storage and runs on Android 7.1 Nougat based operating system. In terms of scanner, it attributes 20 MP sensor sensors both at front and rear. Oppo R11s Antutu - Oppo R11s official press renders unveiled, to arrive with 18:9 Show and 20 MP camerasOppo has even scheduled another launch event for another product i.e. Oppo F5 in India what Additionally options an 18:9 present same to Oppo R11s.

Google Pay on Wear OS now available in Poland and Russia

Availability for Google Pay on Wear OS has expanded its reach. Wear OS devices in Russia and Poland will now be able to use Google Pay. This brings the total number of markets where the service is available to seven. Back in March, three markets, including Spain, Australia, and Canada, made it to the list. And of course, the US and UK have been in the list since launch. In other Google Pay-related news, the service has added support for a whopping 171 new financial institutions in the US. To check if your bank has made it to the list, head to the second Source link below. Source 1 2

Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 specs leak

It's been more than a year since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3 and it's high time we see their successors on the market. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 has been around the rumor block time and again with hints of specs and shots but today we have both thanks to an image we received. It appears to detail the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 - a 6" 720p display, 1.5GB of RAM, expandable 16GB storage, 8MP camera with LED flash on the back and a 2.1MP snapper on the front. LTE connectivity with VoLTE support, a 2,800mAh battery, FM Radio and Android 4.4 KitKat are also listed. (more…)

Nokia 3 joins the Oreo club – beta testing over, update rolling out

The Nokia 3 is done with living the beta software lifestyle and now awaiting delivery of the stable version of Android 8.0 Oreo. The update is rolling out today (over the air) so you should soon be seeing a notification with the good news. The affordable handset launched in February last year running 7.0 Nougat and leapfrogged the 7.1.2 version to go straight to Oreo. You asked, we listened. Android 8.0 Oreo™ drops for #Nokia3 today.— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) April 11, 2018 A couple of weeks ago the Nokia 5 and 6 got 8.1 Oreo, which leaves the Nokia 2 as...

Windows 10 S will have Edge permanently set as your default browser

Yesterday, Microsoft announced Windows 10 S as an alternative OS primarily for upcoming budget PCs that are aimed at the education market. One of the changes from the Pro or Home version of Windows 10 is that 10 S will only let you install applications from the Windows Store. This didn't sound all that bad at first but it is now slowly opening a fresh can of worms. For starters, you are limited to browsers that are available on the Store and for the time being, neither Chrome, Firefox, or Opera are there. But then it gets worse. Microsoft has decided that Edge will permanently be the...