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Micromax launches Canvas Infinity with 18:9 full vision display

Micromax has decided to get on the wide screen bandwagon with the new Canvas Infinity. The phone has been launched in India for INR 9999 ($155) and will be available exclusively on Amazon India. The Canvas Infinity has an 18:9 display with curved corners that looks like the one on the LG Q6. Micromax even calls it Full Vision, which is also what LG calls it, so it seems Micromax forgot to draw the line somewhere. The Canvas Infinity is powered by a Snapdragon 425, which is a step down from the not-too-impressive-to-begin-with Snapdragon 435 on the LG Q6. It is paired with 3GB of...



Google Home users can now control YouTube TV broadcasts with their voice

Google Assistant has gained a new feature that makes it capable of streaming YouTube TV. So this effectively means that Google Home users - including those owning a Home Mini or Home Max - can now control their YouTube TV broadcasts with their voice. You can now stream YouTube TV with #GoogleAssistant. Link #GoogleHome with #Chromecast to get started. Hey Google, play #TheWalkingDead. pic.twitter.com/MGCL6GFi6E— YouTube TV (@YouTubeTV) October 17, 2017 For the uninitiated, YouTube TV is a streaming video service that delivers live TV from some of the major broadcast networks out...



Xiaomi Mi A2 gets stable Android 9.0 Pie update

The Xiaomi Mi A2 has started receiving the Android 9.0 Pie update. This is the stable release and it brings with it the new gesture navigation, Adaptive battery and brightness and other improvements. Also, the November 5 security patch is included. It seems that the update is rolling out in India first (that's where the screenshot comes from). We've seen reports that it's not available in Spain or Brazil yet, so chances are the global rollout is days away. Stable Android 9.0 Pie arrives on the Xiaomi Mi A2 So, if you're in India, connect to a Wi-Fi and start downloading - the...



ZTE Blade A2S unveiled with a 5.2″ 1080p screen, more memory

In mid-2016, ZTE unveiled an affordable ($105) phone with an octa-core processor. Now it has launched a sequel - the ZTE Blade A2S. The price is the same - CNY 700 on JD.com in China - but you get a 5.2" 1080p screen this time around, up from 5" 720p. There's more memory too - 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage, up from 2GB/16GB. If you need more, you can put a microSD card in the hybrid card slot (but you lose the dual SIM functionality). Screen and memory aside, this is more or less the same phone. You get a metal frame and with a fingerprint reader on the back and a 2,540mAh battery inside....



Huawei P9 lite mini appears in Hungary, a 5″ version of the 5.2″ P9 lite

Huawei seems willing to stretch a flagship name quite a bit to promote its less premium devices. A Huawei P9 lite mini has appeared in Hungary, apparently a slightly smaller version of the P9 lite. The details are still incomplete, but the phone will have a 5" 720p screen (down from 5.2" 1080p) and will run Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1 on top. The chipset is unknown but the 3,020mAh battery promises to last two days on a single charge. The microUSB port on the bottom is not terribly exciting to see. Huawei P9 lite mini The P9 lite mini will measure 8.05mm thick, which...