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Panasonic Eluga Ray 500 to be available across retail outlets

Panasonic has announced that its first dual camera smartphone — the Eluga Ray 500 — will now be available across all major offline retail outlets across India. The phone was launched earlier this year in September but was only available online exclusively through Flipkart. Now the phone will also be available offline in addition to being available on Flipkart. The Eluga Ray 500 is a budget smartphone with a 5-inch 720p IPS display, a quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor, and 3GB RAM along with 32GB expandable storage. The back of the phone has a dual camera system, featuring a 13...



Oppo ‘Poseidon’ looks on Geekbench; options Snapdragon 855 SoC and Android Pie

Oppo is working on a new cameraphone codenamed ‘Poseidon’ which has appeared on Geekbench, exposing a couple of key specs. Looking at the technical specs sheet, it seems that it is the company’s next flagship phone. In the benchmarking result, the smartphone scored 3,810 in single-core test and 10,963 in multi-core test. The listing Furthermore shows that the cameraphone will be powered by Qualcomm’s most recent flagship chipset Sd 855 octa-core cpu clocked at 1.8GHz. Further, the listing displays that the smartphone will be operating Android 9 Pie running system out-of-the-box. The Qualcomm Sd 855 — successor of the current-generation Sd 845 — ships with support for 5G connectivity and a number of other attributes which are aimed at improving the user experience. It offers 5G connectivity using the company’s own Snapdragon X50 5G modem. The octa-core processor attributes 4 power-saving cores clocked at 1.78GHz, 3 performance cores clocked at 2.42GHz and another special “gold” core for performance boost which is clocked at 2.84GHz. It is coupled with Adreno 640 graphics processor, which is coming to bring experience improvement. Just like the Apple A12 Bionic chipset and Huawei’s Kirin 980 cpu, the Qualcomm Sd 855 is Furthermore manufactured using the 7nm process by TSMC. It also ships with the company’s fourth-generation, multi-core AI Engine that is claimed to suggests up to 3 times the AI overall performance in comparison to the SD845. It In addition attributes the world’s initially Computer Vision Image Signal Cpu (CV-ISP) to deliver new photo and video capture features. For the gaming, the company uncovered Snapdragon Elite Gaming, a set of attributes in the mobile platform to enhance mobile gaming experiences. Currently, there’s with no additional information in the world regarding the phone’s specifications as effectively as its naming, attributes, pricing, and availability. However, we must be receiving more information related to the cameraphone in the approaching weeks. So, stay tuned!



Google Home now supports multiple users in the UK

Starting today, Google Home owners can add up to six people on one account. The service can recognize multiple voices, allowing users to access information and personal preferences. To activate the service, first you have to download the Google Home app. It must have a "multi-user available" card. You can also find it after clicking the top-right icon for seeing all connected devices. Once the Home is visible, click "Link your account". From there on you have to teach Google Assistant and set up preferences like music, weather and commute info. After that Google Home will be able...



OxygenOS 5.0.4 for OnePlus 3/3T brings July security patch and camera improvements

After OnePlus pushed the July security patches along with much-needed fixes for its more recent OnePlus 5/5T and OnePlus 6 handsets, the company is now sending an OTA update for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T in the form of OxygenOS version 5.0.4. The new OS version delivers the latest July 2018 security patch and some camera improvements. Unfortunately, the changelog mentions only front camera image quality optimization, so still no love for the main camera. Speaking of, OnePlus has finally fixed a long-lasting issue with third-party camera apps that crashed after switching to...



SwiftKey for Android updated with toolbar customization, support for new languages

SwiftKey for Android has received a new update that brings a handful of new features. You can now customize the toolbar, new languages are supported, while a couple of issues have been ironed out. To begin with, you can customize the toolbar by turning features on or off as well as rearranging them in the order you desire. The list of newly supported languages include Aja, Blackfoot, Seychellois Creole, Kazakh (Latin), K'iche' and Quechua (Southern). Another new addition is the expansion of Location Sharing feature to 24 new countries, and an Emoji panel-related change that lets...