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Monday
Sep162019

Rumour has it the Galaxy Note line might go away

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With the differences between the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S lines diminishing, Samsung might be doing more harm to its flagship smartphone segment. A new rumour from tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) suggests that Samsung might be thinking about this problem and the company might unite the two under the Galaxy One brand. And the one reportedly getting axed is the more innovative Note brand. Instead of releasing two flagships at the start and latter part of the year, the company might focus on the S series. This flagship will launch at the beginning of the year with phones that also carry the S Pen.

As for the gap in the fall, Samsung is said to be considering filling this in with the Galaxy Fold. As MSPowerUser points out, the Note line did start as Samsung's more experimental line. It makes sense that Samsung's most out-there product right now takes its place. But according to this is still reliant on a few factors. He tweets, "Assuming that Fold performs according to expectations—both functionally and in the market—the hope is to deploy its successors as a second-half flagship, in the spot that would be vacated by Note. This was described as still being very fluid and tentative at this stage." For now, these are all rumours, and we still have the Note line. But we're keeping our eyes out for any changes to suggest otherwise.

Monday
Sep162019

Google One gets automatic phone backup

Google wants to help out its Google One subscribers secure the data on their phone. All Google One users now have automatic phone backup of photos, videos, and MMS. You don't have to worry about keeping important images, videos, contacts, and messages with you—even if you break your phone, lose it, or switch to a new one. Aside from offering texts, contacts, and apps backup, Google One can keep original quality photos, videos, and multimedia messages (MMS). We must note that Google Photos also offers original quality photo and video backup. The backups are managed directly from the Google One app. When you set up your next Android phone, the transition should be seamless.

Source: Google 

Sunday
Sep152019

Here's how to enable dark theme on Gmail

We already know that Gmail and other Google apps are set to get dark mode in Android 10. The rollout for Gmail has started, but unlike many of Google's Android apps that adopt the dark theme from the overall settings, you'll need to turn it on within Gmail.

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Sunday
Sep152019

Hello Games wants to improve VR graphic quality of 'No Man's Sky'

No Man's Sky brought virtual reality support to the game through its "Beyond" update. But that wasn't without its issues. VR players were running into problems with the game's graphics, particularly on the PSVR. That's why the studio Hello Games wants to bring optimizations to the game—not just to the PSVR but to all VR platforms as well.

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