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You probably remember the Smart Reply feature that devices with Android Wear have. Google announced at its I/O keynote that the machine-learning process for replying emails will be implemented in Gmail for Android and iOS. Smart Reply scans the text of the incoming message and offers you three basic responses in English. According to Google, Spanish will also be available "in the coming weeks" and other languages should follow soon. The company says Smart Reply will learn over time and will adapt to your vocabulary, so the responses should become more and more personalized with...
Huawei is quietly working to add two new models to its Honor series of smartphones. The purported Honor 7 phones will be released in two variants - regular and high-end. As per the rumours, the regular version of the Honor 7 will be released in June while the high-end version will be released in July. Both new Honor 7 series variants have been built using the aircraft grade metal to wrap the powerful hardware inside. The two Honor 7 variants pack same hardware except the difference in storage and RAM. (more…)
Last year, a group of Galaxy Note7 owners filed a class action lawsuit against Samsung in South Korea. They sought KRW 300 thousand ($267) per person for the inconvenience called by the recall. Since then, the number of claimants has grown to 1,900 and the money to of KRW 935 million ($822,000 total, $433 per person.) Now a local court has ruled in favor of Samsung, saying that the recall and any inconvenience it might have caused was not "unacceptable". A similar suit was filed against Samsung in the US, but that is still ongoing. Source
Sprint has started pushing out a new update to Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge units on its network. Weighing in at 167MB, the update brings along Android Nougat (version 7.0), and is currently hitting units that were part of the company's Galaxy Beta Program. It's reasonable to assume that all Sprint Galaxy S7/S7 edge units will start getting the update shortly. For units currently running Marshmallow, the update will weigh in at 1.2GB. T-Mobile and AT&T have already rolled out the update. Via
ZTE has launched the Boost MAX+ smartphone in the US. The device, which is the successor to the last year's Boost MAX, is now available for $200 from Boost Mobile. Specs-wise, the handset is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and sports a 5.7-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution. It comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory, and packs in a 3400mAh battery. (more…)