Now that Android 9.0 Pie is rolling out to select Galaxy models around the world we want to give Samsung Galaxy owners a look at what we know, and think we know, about the company’s plans for 2019 and beyond.
Android P is officially called Android 9.0 Pie and it’s available for Google Pixel devices (Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL) and devices from select Android OEM’s.
With Android 9.0 Pie official and the Android Oreo roll out slowing down, owners of Samsung’s Galaxy-branded phones and tablets are starting to wonder about the future.
Read full post here:
There are a lot of different iPhone and android compatible smartwatches on the market these days, and it can be Read more
Although there are still a lot of people who only want to game on their PCs or consoles, we cannot Read more
Samsung Galaxy A22s has been launched officially in Russia but the brand is yet to reveal its availability details. The Read more
One of the things that we’re almost certain of with any new Galaxy S model is that it will use Read more
If you’re in the market for a set of top-notch earbuds, one thing you’ll notice right away is just how Read more
If you were looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE - and you haven't been put off by months Read more
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is sure to be among the most powerful phones of 2022, but that power upgrade might Read more
As well as the premium-level Galaxy Tab S8 tablet, Samsung is also expected to push out a more affordable Galaxy Read more
We’re not expecting the Samsung Galaxy S22 range to launch until February, but already photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Read more
When it comes to Android tablets, the best ones we’ve reviewed over the past few years mostly come from Samsung Read more
Back in September, a vivo phone with the upcoming Snapdragon 898 ran Geekbench, but that early result seemed hobbled by low Read more