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Samsung Gives Up on ATL Batteries for Note 8 After Exploding Phones Disaster
Samsung is now giving the finishing touches to the Galaxy Note 8, and with the device just around the corner, the company is making some changes that should help make the phablet one of the safest ever. One of these changes is giving up on ATL, the company that built part of the batteries used by Samsung on the Galaxy Note 7 and which have been at fault for devices bursting into flames and eventually triggering a worldwide recall of the device. A report from ET News indicates that Samsung will work exclusively with its own Samsung SDI and Japan’s Murata Manufacturing for battery units on the Galaxy Note 8 phablet, with the upcoming Galaxy S9 due in the spring of 2018 also likely to stick with these two manufacturers. Samsung has already given up on its deal with ATL for the Galaxy S8 series launched earlier this year. ATL to supply batteries for iPhones According to the source,...

Root Tool for Samsung Galaxy S8 with Snapdragon Chip Now Available
The US version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 that’s powered by the Snapdragon 835 chip can finally be rooted thanks to a third-party tool that’s specifically aimed at the Plus model, but which also works on the smaller sibling. Called SamPWND and posted on XDA, the root tool is primarily aimed at the Samsung Galaxy S8+ models G955U and G955U1, but it can also be used on the Galaxy S8 models G950U and G950U1. If you’ve rooted Android phones before, doing this on a Samsung Galaxy S8 is not rocket science, and it all comes down to a series of steps that you need to follow and which are detailed on the page linked above. “The process will be broken into two parts. The first part is to have a somewhat working root on the ENG system.img. A lot of apps will work but apps like FF will have issues and other apps will not function such as Adaway so you are going to...

All ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 Phones Will Be Upgraded to Android 8.0, Says ASUS
ASUS unveiled the other day the entire ZenFone 4 series of Android-powered smartphones during a live "We Love Photo" event in Taipei, Taiwan, along with the company's plans for releasing updates for both the ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 series. During the event, ASUS announced a total of six ZenFone 4 smartphones with different specs and features, including the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Max, and ZenFone 4 Max Pro. All devices are shipping with ASUS' ZenUI 4.0, which is based on Android 7.0 (Nougat). According to an announcement posted by a moderator on the official ASUS ZenTalk forum, Marcel Campos, Head of Global Content Marketing at ASUS, announced that the entire ZenFone 4 series would be upgraded to ...

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Brochure Confirms Phablet's Final Design and Specs
The editorial team over at Ausdroid recently got their hands on a sales brochure for the forthcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone that Samsung Electronics will launch next week on August 23 during a live event in New York City. The marketing materials that Ausdroid received confirm the final design and some of the technical specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which will have a large, edge-to-edge 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity Display screen, wireless charging, an S Pen, facial recognition technology, as well as water and dust protection. The S Pen stylus of the Galaxy Note 8 appears to have some cool new features under the hood, including the ability to take notes even if the screen is off, and write messages that can be shared as GIFs to your friends. To help you easily migrate your old device to Galaxy Note 8, support for the...

Google Confirms Android 8.0 Launch on August 21, Could Be Dubbed "Oreo"
It won't be long until we will be able to upgrade our Google Pixel and Nexus devices to Android 8.0, as Google today confirmed the next major version of its Linux-based mobile operating system is hitting the streets in three days, on August 21, 2017. Google recently put together a special page for its upcoming live event that the search giant will hold in New York City, on Monday, August 21, at 2:40 PM ET (6:40 PM GMT), where they will unveil the new features of Android 8.0. The event will coincide with the solar eclipse that will be visible across the US. "Android is helping you experience this historic natural phenomenon so you can learn more about the eclipse and count down to the big day—when you’ll meet the next release of Android and all of it’s super (s...

Andy Rubin's Essential Phone to Start Shipping In a Week in "Black Moon" Flavor
It won't be long until you can touch and feel Android creator Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone smartphone device, as customers recently reported they received shipping details from Essential. Last week, Essential told customers that the Essential Phone entered mass production, and Andy Rubin confirmed the launch date to be "in a week." That week is now up and it looks like the company keep on its promise, started sending emails to users with shipping information. 9to5Google reports that they received an email from Essential, where the company states it will ship the device to customer's address within the next seven days. "Great news! Essential Phone (Black Moon) is starting to ship. We now just need your payment details and we will ship within 7 days." Essential Phone coming as "Black Moon" variant first These emails were apparently sent to customers who pre-ordered the E...

ASUS Officially Announces the ZenFone 4 Series Containing No Less Than 6 Models
ASUS on Thursday announced during a media event held in Taipei, Taiwan, not one, not four, but six new ZenFone 4 smartphone models powered by Google's Android mobile operating system. We reported a few days ago that ASUS accidentally leaked four of the company's ZenFone 4 models on its French website, including a variant of the ZenFone 4 Max smartphone, which ASUS unveiled in Russia last month. The leak gave us an insight of some of the features and hardware components of these devices. Today, ASUS introduced its new ZenFone 4 series containing six models, the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Max, and ZenFone 4 Max Pro. All of them run Google's latest Android 7 Nougat mobile operating system and have various technical specs that you can find in the next paragraphs.

Nokia 8 Android Flagship Phone Is Now Official, Here Are the Specs and Price
Finnish company HMD Global today, August 16, 2017, unveiled the Nokia 8, its first Nokia-branded flagship smartphone powered by Google's Android mobile operating system. After so many rumors, the Nokia 8 smartphone is finally here, unveiled by HMD Global earlier today in a live event that took place in London, United Kingdom. The smartphone comes with all the latest features that one would expect from a flagship device, yet it has a pretty high price tag. According to HMD Global, the Nokia 8 is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 Octa-core (4x2.45 GHz Kryo & 4x1.9 GHz Kryo) processor and an Adreno 540 GPU, has a 5.3-inch display with a 1440x2560 resolution and approximately 554 PPI pixel density. 4GB and 6GB RAM variants available Regarding design, the Nokia 8 smartphone is quite slim, its dimensions being 151.5 x 73.7 x 7.9mm, and weighing 160g. Has an aluminum body with a...

Android-Powered BlackBerry Phones Getting August's Security Patch, Update Now
Coming hot on the heels of Google's Android Security Bulletin for August 2017, BlackBerry's security patches for Android-powered BlackBerry smartphones are now available. BlackBerry's latest security advisory informs customers who own BlackBerry powered by Android smartphones that new updates are available for their devices, addressing multiple vulnerabilities. Issues were fixed for the Qualcomm networking, QCE, radio, audio, SoC, GPU, USB, MobiCore, IPA, and video drivers, as well as for the Broadcom Wi-Fi driver, Mediaserver and MediaDrmServer components, and the Linux kernel. A total of 43 security issues have been remediated in this update, which affect all BlackBerry powered by Android smartphones. Therefore, BlackBerry recommends customers to update their devices to the latest available software build. "This advisory is i...

HTC Promises to Bring Bluetooth 5.0 Support to HTC U11 Phones with Android 8.0
Android 8.0 "O" is almost here, as Google's latest and greatest mobile operating system for Android smartphones and tablets, and it looks like it could enable Bluetooth 5.0 support on certain devices. There will be a lot of cool new features Android users will be able to enjoy when they upgrade their supported devices to Android 8.0, and Taiwanese consumer electronics company HTC recently informed its customers that the U11 flagship device would be one of the world's few smartphones to support Bluetooth 5.0. "Your device’s hardware has been ready to support Bluetooth 5.0 connections—with no additional firmware updates needed from HTC," said HTC in a recent blog post. "When Android O, the next version of the Android OS becomes available, HTC U11 owners all over the world will be able to enjoy the benefits of Bluetooth 5.0." Only a few Android smartphones...

Android Wear 2.0 Users Report Issues with Google Assistant, Recurring Reminders
If you own an Android-powered smartwatch running the latest Android Wear 2.0 update, you might want to think again before updating it to the latest available patches that Google recently released. Wondering why? Well, it looks like some users have started reporting issues with the Google Assistant personal intelligent assistant, which Google implemented in Android Wear 2.0 major update earlier this year. They say that Google Assistant no longer works correctly after they've updated their smartwatch devices to the latest patches that Google released on Thursday, saying that it can only be used for doing simple Internet searches via Google search. "I have a Fossil Q Founder 2.0 watch. In the beginning Google Assistant worked flawlessly," reports user jdsullivan21 on Google's Android Wear Help Forum. "On Thursday of this week I noticed that it would no longer control my ho...

Android 8.0 Will Reportedly Roll Out to Google Pixel & Nexus Phones on August 21
Now that Google released the fourth and last scheduled DP (Development Preview) milestone of its upcoming Android 8.0 mobile operating system, we're waiting for the final version to roll out to supported Google Pixel and Nexus devices. Google already revealed last month the fact that it plans to launch Android 8.0, which could be dubbed "Oreo," in Q3 2017 to AOSP (Android Open Source Project) and ecosystem, making its way immediately to users of Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL devices first. And now, it looks like the release date of Android 8.0 is not far away, as some well-connected Android reporters, including VentureBeat's Evan Blass, have reported on Twitter that Google could start rolling out the major Android update to supported devices starting August 21, 2017. Google's Android 7 Nougat OS currently runs ...

ASUS Accidentally Leaks Entire ZenFone 4 Series of Smartphones on Its Website
A new report coming from German mobile news website WinFuture lets us have a look at what it would appear to be the entire ZenFone 4 series of smartphones that ASUS accidentally leaked earlier today on its own website. Next week, on August 17, ASUS should officially unveil its new smartphone lineup of the ZenFone 4 series, but the editorial team from WinFuture was quick enough to catch the Taiwanese computer and phone hardware and electronics company experimenting with the website design on their French online store ahead of the public launch. This accidental leak reveals the fact that ASUS is planning to unveil four new ZenFone 4 models, including ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone Selfie Pro, and ZenFone 4 Max, apparently other than the ZenFone 4 Max that was released in Rus...

Samsung Galaxy Phone Explodes, “Almost Burns Down the House”
Samsung just can’t leave behind its exploding Note 7 saga as new phones keep bursting into flames every once in a while, and putting owners’ lives at risk. This time, a Samsung Galaxy S6 caught fire in the northwest D.C., United States, with owner Sylvia Adams explaining for NBC that the device wasn’t being used when the incident occurred. “I was talking on the house phone and then all of a sudden I heard this sizzle and then I looked and I saw flames,” she said, explaining that she is “terrified.” While it’s not known if the phone was charging or not, and whether the woman used a third-party charger or cable, she explains that the device “almost burned my house down,” with visible damage on the blanket, the top sheet, the mattress, and the hardwood floor. After being contacted by NBC, Samsung offered the woman a new phone, picking up the damage...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Reportedly Launch with Force Touch Support
The latest report from The Investor via ET News suggests Samsung Electronics’ upcoming Galaxy Note 8 phablet will come with force touch support built into the device to read the pressure applied to the screen. According to the South Korean news website, it would appear that Samsung plans to follow in the footsteps of Apple's legendary 3D Touch feature that the Cupertino company implemented in the iPhone since last year's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models, including the now very popular iPhone 7 and 7 Plus variants. The so-called force touch will work very much the same as that of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, which Samsung adopted earlier this year for its flagship devices, replacing the functionality of the home button and providing shortcuts t...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Have Eight Color Variants, Official Wallpapers Leaked
It won't be long until South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics will unveil yet another new member of its latest Galaxy S8 family, the Galaxy Note 8 phablet, and latest leaks reveal device's color options and official wallpapers. The first leak comes from AndroidHeadlines website, and if it turns out to be real, we're looking at eight color variants for the Galaxy Note 8 model, including Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Gold, Coral Blue, Dark Blue, Deep Sea Blue, and Pink. The second leak comes from Vietnamese news site SamsungVN.com and reveals the official wallpapers that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone will have pre-installed by default. The archive can be downloaded right now from here and contains a total of 13 wallpapers with both ...

Android Marshmallow & Lollipop Still Most Popular OSes as Nougat Grows to 13.5%
After launching the Android August 2017 security patch for supported Pixel and Nexus devices the other day, it looks like Google updated the Android Dashboard page to inform us the relative number of devices running a certain Android version. According to the new statistics published by Google for its Linux-based mobile operating system, it would appear that Android 7 Nougat adoption is slow this summer as it only grew 2 percent since last month, from 11.5% to 13.5%, with Android 7.0 running on 12.6% devices and Android 7.1 on only 1.2% devices. The fun fact is that Android 6.0 Marshmallow remains king in August 2017, and it grew in the last month to 32.3% from 31.8% in

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Debuts as a Rugged and Durable Android Smartphone
South Korean electronic and smart appliance technology manufacturer Samsung Electronics officially unveiled the newest member of the company's latest Galaxy S8 flagship Android-powered smartphone line up. Designed from the offset as a rugged and durable mobile phone, the Galaxy S8 Active is now available for pre-order at AT&T in the United States and it ships with a premium metal frame featuring a rugged structure that should resist to shocks, shatter, water, and dust. Available in Meteor Gray and Gold variants, Galaxy S8 Active will be exclusively available from AT&T for a limited time. "Our new Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is designed with tested durability and strength to address the needs of consumers who need a more rugged device for their lifestyle,” said Tim Baxter, President and CEO, Samsung Electronics North America. "We are thrilled to introduce the fifth-generation Galaxy Activ...

Samsung Throws in a Super-Cheap Case for the $1,000 Galaxy Note 8
Samsung is getting ready to launch the Galaxy Note 8 later this month, and it looks like the company is once again favoring some markets, detrimental to others that won’t get the same powerful specs and accessories. A new report reveals that Samsung plans to sell the Galaxy Note 8 with a free transparent plastic case in the box, but only in a number of markets, including Korea. ETNews writes that customers in Europe, Russia, and the United States won’t get the case, though they will be allowed to purchase it separately for as low as $17. Offering a cheap plastic $17 case for a device that is expected to cost more than $1,000 is an approach that certainly makes some people raise an eyebrow, especially because this case won’t be available in all markets, but on the other hand, it’s probably a good way to help customers protect their smartphones right after opening the box for the very first time. Samsung...

Google Fixes 42 Security Issues in August Android Patch for Pixel/Nexus Devices
Google started rolling out the August security patch for its Linux-based Android mobile operating system to supported Pixel and Nexus devices, addressing a total of 42 vulnerabilities. It won't be long until Android 8.0 hits the streets later this month, as Google recently promised, but, until then, there's a new security patch out, for the month of August, which fixes a bunch of minor bug fixes and security issues that were reported since the July security update. According to Google, 28 issues have been resolved in the 2017-08-01 security patch, and 14 flaws were addressed in the 2017-08-05 security patch. The most critical of these issues is a security vulnerability discovered in the media framework, which could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code using a specially crafted file. "The severity assessment i...

Google Rolls Out Cool YouTube Video Sharing Feature to All iOS and Android Users
Google on Monday announced that it started rolling out the new video sharing feature of the YouTube app for iOS and Android mobile operating systems globally, around the world. YouTube's cool new Shared tab was previously made available earlier this year only to users in Canada, and shortly expanded to the rest of North America, but it's now available to all users who have the YouTube for iOS and YouTube for Android apps installed on their mobile devices. "We’ve been experimenting with a better way to share videos on YouTube since last year. Thanks to all your feedback, we made some improvements and are now ready to roll out this new sharing feature to all users globally," sa...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Photos Leaked Ahead of Official Launch
Just like the iPhone 8, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is almost here, and leaks keep landing at a pretty fast pace, showing us what the new device could look like ahead of the public unveiling. And the leak we’re getting today via SlashLeaks is very close to the real deal, with the device shown in the photos aligning with all the previous reports concerning the Note 8. First and foremost, the Note 8 will indeed be very similar in terms of front design with the Galaxy S8+, and that’s no surprise: the phablet will use a 6.3-inch display versus the 6.2-inch on the existing model, so it’ll be hard to tell them apart at first glance. The leaked photos show the Always On Display active, with information displayed on the edge screens blurred for obvious reasons. The device looks sleeker at the first look despite the 6.3-inch display, though it remains a pretty tall phone that’s likely to feature an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. ...

No Spyware: BLU Says Android Phones Entirely Clean, Sales Resume
BLU confirmed during the weekend that all its Android smartphones can be purchased from Amazon once again, as the spyware alert proved to be just a false alarm and all its devices are completely clean. Amazon stopped selling BLU phones after claims of spyware on a number of devices, explaining that temporarily pulling the potentially affected devices was a measure needed to keep customers secure. Security firm Kryptowire first discovered spyware on select BLU devices in November 2016, with user data being collected from phones and transmitted to servers in China using an application created by Shanghai-based Adups Technology. The affected BLU Android phones came with the infected firmware pre-installed and were sold in a number of large markets, including in the United States. Just a false alarm BLU quickly respo...

Sony Ignoring Xperia XZ Premium Updates As Employees Are Busy Having Barbecue?
This story is as funny as it is sad. Sony customers are now blasting the company for not shipping feature updates, improvements, and refinements to its most recent flagship, the Xperia XZ Premium, forcing them to live with bugs and issues that weren’t supposed to be there in the first place. After reviewing the Xperia XZ Premium a couple of weeks ago, and also publishing an in-depth camera review with Sony’s flagship phone, we emphasized the device has a lot of potential, but only if the phone maker ships feature updates and addresses the bugs we’ve come across. The camera, for instance, often fails to focus and applies filters that aren’t necessarily needed, substantially impacting the performance and altering photo ...

Sony Xperia XZ Premium vs. Huawei P10 Lite vs. Pixel XL: The Camera Review
Aaaaaand… We’re back! This time, our camera performance review includes three different Android smartphones, all of them highly-praised for the photo quality they can provide. First, it’s the Google Pixel XL launched in 2016, which until recently was the phone with the best camera according to DxO. Then, there’s the more affordable Huawei P10 Lite launched earlier this year, and last but not least, it’s the Sony Xperia XZ Premium that was crowned the best new smartphone at MWC 2017. As it happens with every camera review that we run, we took several shots with each smartphone on the same day and with the same automatic settings and HDR on when it was needed. All shots were made with the same lighting for a better look at how each smartphone performs...

Google Pixel 2 Leaked: No Headphone Jack and Dual Cameras, Mind-Blowing Sound
Google is also planning to take the wraps off the new-generation Pixel devices later this year, and a new leak that took place today provides us with a closer look at what to expect. First and foremost, it’s worth mentioning that this photo that was published by VentureBeat shows the smaller Google Pixel codenamed Walleye – the successor to the Google Pixel XL is codenamed Taimen, but most of the changes are likely to make it to both models anyway. In terms of design, Google won’t go for anything too dramatic, and while most manufacturers, including here Samsung and Apple, are giving up on bezels, this doesn’t seem to be the case with the search engine company. Instead, the new Pixel models will feature big bezels, just like the existing models. BoomSound audio quality There won’t be a dual-camera configuration available on the new g...

Google Declares War on Android Apps Crashing Phones
Google is rolling out a series of tweaks for the Play Store search feature to focus on app quality, thus trying to help users discover apps that do not affect device performance in any way. In an announcement today, Google says that it’s specifically targeting apps causing excessive battery usage, slow render times, and crashes, explaining that these can become “a source of frustration,” so users should avoid them. This is why the new search and discovery algorithms put the focus on quality, with apps experiencing performance issues to be harder to find. “We recently enhanced our search and discovery algorithms to reflect app quality. This results in higher quality apps being surfaced in the Play Store more than similar apps of lower quality (eg: apps that exhibit more frequent crashes). The change has had a positive impact on engagement -- we've seen that peop...

Nokia Camera App for Android Now Available in the Google Play Store
Nokia has released its official Android Camera app in the Google Play Store, enabling faster and more frequent updates for buyers of its devices. The Play Store listing does not allow any other devices than Nokia to download and install the Nokia Camera app, and it’s because the Finnish manufacturer hasn’t published the app to make it available for everyone, but only to improve update distribution for its devices. In other words, Nokia is using the Google Play Store to ship updates to Nokia Android smartphones faster and easier, without having to bundle camera improvements in OS updates. This procedure typically involves more steps and requires users to reboot their devices, while the Google Play Store distribution system is substantially faster and enables updates without the need for a restart.

Google Chrome for Android Updated with Built-in Ad Blocker
Google has updated the Dev and Canary versions of Chrome for Android with a built-in ad blocker, as it pledges to offer users a cleaner browsing experience without third-party add-ons. Though it’s still in its early days, the new Google Chrome ad blocker is projected to make its way to all browser versions, including desktop and mobile, as part of Google joining the Coalition of Better Ads earlier this year. At this point, the ad blocker is pretty basic and does not feature any configuration options, with users only allowed to enable or disable it from the settings. There are users who claim that the ad blocker doesn’t show up on their devices, but you can check to see if it’s there on your Android phone by going to Menu > Settings > Site Settings. By default, the Ads section is turned off, so you need to tap it and then toggle the option to on. Blocking intrusive ads Since no filters or other configuration options are offered, the ad blocker wil...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Official Press Render Leaked - UPDATED
We’ve seen lots of leaks and unofficial renders revealing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8, but here’s the very first official picture confirming what we already knew about the device. This photo published by @evleaks reveals the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in Midnight Black, which is expected to be just one of the four colors available on the new phablet. As you can see for yourselves by zooming in the picture here, the Note 8 looks similar to what we’ve seen in the other leaks, featuring an appearance that closely resembles the one of the Galaxy S8+. In fact, the two devices will be similar in many regards, with the Note 8 to feature a 6.3-inch display versus the 6.2-inch on the S8+. While the photo reveals the front of the phone, which sticks with the no-bezel appr...