The company just joined the WPC, which means Qi charging might be coming to the OnePlus 8.
A majority of users getting the software are on Xfinity Mobile.
A Tile competitor, a new iPhone SE, upgraded MacBooks, and refreshed iPad Pros are also slated to arrive early this year.
Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip design is no longer a secret.
Plus, more details on the phone’s specs and pricing have leaked.
According to a report out of Android Headlines, we could see Moto make its return to flagships in less than a month.
Plus, Google schedules I/O 2020 for May 12th-14th in Mountain View.
But it only works on Verizon.
Beyond the design, there’s not much to say about it.
That means phones dating all the way back to 2015 will run the 2020 iPhone update.
Plus, Microsoft is detailing how apps will be handled on its dual-screen devices.
“Samsung Ultra Thin Glass.”
Expect Android 11 and the Pixel 4a at the event.
You have two weeks to enter!
It launches on February 6th.
They start at $699 for 64GB of storage.
Here’s why it starts at $849.
Maybe LG actually wants to improve? Am I crazy?!
Plus, the OnePlus 8 Pro is allegedly leaking out – with a 120Hz screen.
It isn’t perfect, but it’s a delight to use while it sits next to your computer screen.
Plus, Spotify now makes playlists for your pet.
It’s available on everything from Windows 7 to macOS.
Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Plus gets detailed in new report.
Plus, OnePlus says its next phone will ship with a 120Hz screen.
A response to Droid-Life’s plea for Google to focus on mid-rangers. In short, they shouldn’t.
Everything from easier smart home setup to improved privacy.
Plus, Apple’s iPhone 9 has leaked in new renders.
Another roundup of stories from inside the Consumer Electronics Show.
It mimics the 13-inch x360 from last CES.
Meet the ThinkPad X1 Fold, starting at $2,499.