As for the hardware itself, it's unchanged from the standard Find X2 Pro. You get a 120Hz QHD+ panel, Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G, 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, dual 48MP cameras at the back with a unique zoom lens, and 4260mAh battery with 65W fast charging. You can buy a Galaxy Z Fold 2 and a standard Find X2 Pro for what you're paying for the Lamborghini variant, but if you're keen on the badge, you don't probably care. … [Read more...] about Here are all the special edition Android phones you can buy right now
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Well, when we say 'here for all', we mean the final version of the Android 11 software has begun rolling out, though it's not on all phones right now. You can see which smartphones are compatible with Android 11 below, and we'll also mention phones from companies where the maker has confirmed the handset will be getting the update. … [Read more...] about Android 11 features, release date, phones, Easter Egg and everything you need to know
The changes do look pretty exciting if you're a TV or film buff. A picture in picture mode running natively and simultaneously means you can have the baseball game in a small window while you looks for stats or see what's on next. There is even new support for digital tuners if you're severed that cable cord. It's obvious that Google is putting time and money into the Android TV platform, even if we didn't see a new Pixel Player. It just makes us — and more importantly, developers — wonder how well this all is going to work. … [Read more...] about The current state of Android TV: Waiting for a hero
Both Galaxy Notes have similar camera loadouts, each with a 12MP main sensor, though the Note 20 drops the Note 10's dual-aperture system in favor of a constant ƒ/1.8. It also moves up to a 64MP telephoto camera, capable of up to 30x Super Resolution Zoom. In addition, the Note 20 is capable of shooting 8K video at up to 24fps, or 4K at up to 60fps. You can even use a Bluetooth microphone (like the Galaxy Buds Live) as a lavalier while shooting in Pro Video mode. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Note 10: Should you upgrade?
Jeramy Johnson Jeramy is proud to help Keep Austin Weird and loves hiking in the hill country of central Texas with a breakfast taco in each hand. When he's not writing about smart home gadgets and wearables, he's defending his relationship with his smart voice assistants to his family. You can follow him on Twitter at @jeramyutgw. … [Read more...] about How to turn off the Suggested Apps feature on your Google Pixel phone in Android 11