Tuesday , October 16 2018

Android News

Razer Phone 2 Gets RGB Logo, Even Higher $799 Price Tag

Until recently, there was no such thing as a “gaming phone.” You just played Angry Birds or Clash of Clans on whatever phone you had lying around. The proliferation of competitive mobile online shooters like PUBG and Fortnite has led device makers to start pushing high-performance Android phones as gaming …

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The New Nokia 7.1 Is an Affordable Almost-Flagship Phone

Nokia used to be the most recognizable name in the mobile industry, but that was before the modern smartphone era. Microsoft bought the company’s mobile business and promptly ruined it by launching Windows Phone hardware no one wanted. Now, the Nokia brand is back by way of hardware partner HMD, and …

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Toyota Reportedly Adding Android Auto Support

Google announced Android Auto at Google I/O 2014, but it didn’t launch on devices until the following year. Getting support in cars, however, took even longer. Slowly but surely, most major automakers have agreed to let Google run its car-friendly Android in their vehicles, but Toyota has famously refused Google’s …

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Tiny Android-Powered Palm Phone Leaks Again

Once upon a time, Palm was perhaps the most well-known maker of mobile devices and “smartphones” in the world. However, changes in the smartphone market left Palm in the dust. The brand had a brief resurgence with the Palm Pre, but even that wasn’t enough to carve out a space …

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