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Sunday debate: Faster charging vs wider support

This Sunday Ro and Yordan are debating is the fast charging standard the way to go forward or should we stick to solutions which while not as fast have wider support - like Quick Charge by Qualcomm and USB Power Delivery. Yordan: Wider support trumps speed I'll preface this by saying that one of the main reasons I'm constantly seen with a Huawei device is the Super Charge tech. It is fast and reliable and really boosts the user experience. But it is limited to Huawei phones and this is why it has to go. As someone into tech, I am religiously following everything new that...



AT&T announces LG G6 launch details, Verizon confirms previously leaked info

Earlier today T-Mobile shared launch details for the much anticipated LG G6, and now it's time for both AT&T and Verizon to do the same. In the case of the carrier nicknamed Big Red, the official info basically confirms what's been leaked mere hours ago. AT&T is starting pre-orders for the G6 tomorrow. The phone will become available on April 7, just like at T-Mobile. It will cost you $24 per month for 30 months or $30 per month for 24 months using the carrier's Next installment program. In both cases, that adds up to a full retail price of $720. That's $70 more than what T-Mobile will...



Huawei Mate 20 Pro could sport dual edge curved OLED display

Last year, the Huawei Mate 10 was unveiled with an LCD screen while the Mate 10 Pro had came with an OLED display. Based on the information received through industry sources, ET News, a South Korean publication has claimed that China’s BOE will be supplying flexible OLED panels to Huawei for an upcoming strategic phone that is slated to take revealed in the second half of 2018. Hence, it is currently being guessed that the forthcoming Mate 20 Pro will be featuring a flexible OLED screen. South Korean companies such as Samsung Show and LG Screen are leading the flexible OLED business with the former accounting for 90 percent market share. BOE is one of the popular suppliers of LCD panels. In comparison to its rivals, it has entered the OLED market a bit late. BOE has recently struck a deal for OLED panels with Huawei, the third largest phone maker in the world. This displays that the high quality of the OLED panels of BOE is this kind of that even key telephone manufacturers are considering working with the China-based OLED manufacturer. The production of flexible OLED panels is still a problem for the company even though it had heavily invested in the sixth generation OLED display in 2017. The publication claims that the mass production of flexible OLED panels for the Mate 20 Pro in this month. The Mate RS Porsche Design and style premium cameraphone that was unleashed earlier this year attributes a flexible OLED present by LG Present. The telephone options a dual edge curved show such as the recent Galaxy flagship phones by Samsung. Hence, the upcoming Mate 20 Pro may feature an OLED display with curved edges. It might be equipped with an in-screen fingerprint reader like the Mate RS. The upcoming Kirin 980 chipset is coming to energy the Mate 20 Pro. It can be ready with 5 cameras with 3 sensors on the back and dual selfie snappers on the front. As of this writing, there is with no confirmation on whether the Mate 20 telephone that is likely to debut along the Mate 20 Pro will Additionally function a flexible OLED show. The Mate 20 series is slate to get noted in October.



Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s hands-on review

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s is finally official and it's hard not to feel at least a little bit relieved that this particular hype train is finally at the station. As far as leak and speculation roller coasters go, the Mi Mix 2s has to be a chart-topper.



Google Maps on iOS brings more transit details and restaurant wait times

iOS users should download the latest version of Google Maps so they can take advantage of some new transit features. Version 4.47 of Google Maps brings additional details when getting directions via public transit. Rather than highlighting the intersection where an underground train entrance is and expecting you to find it, Google Maps will tell you exactly which entrance you need to go into to take the correct train. For instance, on some New York City Subway lines, the entrance may only serve one direction of the train and a rider may not realize it until they realize the stops are in...