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Verizon’s Pixels have their own Android 7.1.2 builds, rolling out right now

This Monday Google released the latest version of Android for the devices it handles, namely Pixels and Nexuses. Android 7.1.2 isn't a huge jump compared to 7.1.1, as you'd expect from the minor version incrementation. But it should fix some annoying bugs, so there's that. Today Verizon has started rolling out the software to Pixel handsets it sold, and oddly enough these get a different build number compared to all the other Pixels out there. What's more, Verizon's builds aren't even listed by Google on its factory images and OTA zip files pages. If you own a Pixel or Pixel XL...



Redmi Note 7 Pro going to arrive with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB memory

Redmi is coming to announce a new variant featuring 4 GB RAM + 128 GB storage for the Redmi Note 7 this week. Innovative reports suggests that the Redmi Note 7 Pro arriving in the coming month could be in the world in 6 GB RAM + 64 GB memory and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage options. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun and Redmi President Lu Weibing have asked fans which they count on from the Redmi Note 7 Pro. One of the fans replied by saying that the company need to choose skipping the 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage for the Redmi Note 7 Pro, however instead launch it with 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage or 6 GB RAM + 128 GB memory. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun reposted the aforementioned reply which offer that the company might debut the Redmi Note 7 Pro in 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage variants. About two weeks ago, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun had run a poll to see the popularity of the alternative models of the Redmi Note 7. The poll uncovered that the inexpensive 3 GB RAM + 32 GB memory that was estimated at 999 Yuan (~$149) was the least popular. The poll had included two unreleased variants like 4 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB memory. The most well known model in the poll was 6 GB RAM + 128 GB memory followed by 6 GB RAM + 64 GB memory. Redmi is yet to confirm on the launch date of the Redmi Note 7 Pro. The phone will be featuring the exact specs as its non-Pro sibling. However, the 48-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL GM1 scanner of the Redmi Note 7 will be swapped by 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 camera on the Pro version. Moreover, the rumor mill claims that the Redmi Note 7 Pro won’t be powered by Snapdragon 660 found inside the Redmi Note 7 handset. Rather of it, the Pro model might arrive with the newest Snapdragon 675. Source,via



Court rules in favor of FTC to proceed with 2014 lawsuit against AT&T

This is another page in the book of AT&T's still ongoing lawsuit with the FTC where the US Federal Trade Commision sued AT&T. The original lawsuit was filed in 2014 when AT&T was accused of throttling unlimited data subscribers as early as 5GB into the month without properly informing them. AT&T's defense was that it was its common carrier status supposedly did not make it eligible to be under the jurisditcion of the FTC. in 2015, a judge rejected the claim, then in 2016, a three-member appeal's court expemted AT&T from this lawsuit because of its common carrier status. Today, the Wall...



New Google Play Store update makes it easier to manage your apps

Over the past day or so, we've noticed a major change in the Google Play Store. While the main Play Store screen has remained untouched, an overhaul to the "My Apps & Games" tab has arrived aimed at making it much easier to manage updates, and makes far more efficient use of the available space. If you wish to force the update, you can do what we did to our Huawei P10 unit: We simply restarted the device and opened the Play Store. This triggered the change and we were able to see the new "My Apps" UI. The My Apps and Games tab has been shuffled around a bit: There is no longer a...



Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 goes official

Xiaomi's Mi Pad tablets debuted in 2014 with a plastic-back pioneer, while a year later, the Mi Pad 2 tweaked the formula with the introduction of a metal body and an Intel chipset, capable of running both Android and Windows 10. It took two years to get another upgrade but the Mi Pad 3 is now officially here. It popped up on the company's Chinese website today, without any official announcement. Frankly, we can't really blame Xiaomi, since the new offer is more of a refresh than a huge upgrade. On the exterior, the Mi Pad 3 is practically identical to the 2015 model. It has the...