Battery Guru already passed few major updates in the past and brought nice features to the users, coming from wider range of the devices support, over health estimation to the app design it self. Today we are announcing new features that users requested since early beginnings. Since Battery Guru was more dedicated to charging related features this request was just one entry on TO-DO list. Now it's time to work on it and make even more satisfied users.
Ulefone is well-known for making rugged smartphones, and the Armor 11T 5G definitely belongs in that category. The company announced this phone not long ago, and it now decided to show how tough it is. The Ulefone Armor 11T 5G durability test video surfaced on YouTube.
OnePlus has confirmed that OxygenOS is not going away. As many of you know, OnePlus’ CEO announced that the company will “further integrate” with OPPO. He shared that information a couple of days ago.
Following the news, many users were worried that OxygenOS will cease to exist, and that ColorOS will take over. The OxygenOS 12 beta build did not inspire much hope either.
Chinese display maker Visionox has just showcased a new smartphone display with an under-display camera (UDC). The new InV see Pro display touts improved pixel arrangement around the camera sensor for better clarity. It also promises less fogging on the camera underneath the display, allowing for clearer pictures
The very first OnePlus Nord CE 5G update has arrived. This update is marked as OxygenOS 220.127.116.11, and it brings both display and camera improvements to the table.
OnePlus Nord CE 5G, the company's latest smartphone, goes on sale in India. The smartphone was launched last week in the country alongside the OnePlus TV U1S.
Apple has been claiming that its iPad Pro tablets are capable of replacing laptops since their debut. The iPad Pro 11 (2021) underlines this with the same Apple M1 SoC found in the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and even the iMac. Is a chipset change enough for the 11-inch iPad Pro to replace a laptop, though?
The Galaxy Z Fold2 remains available in the US, contrary to reports. Samsung has not stopped selling it on its US website. However, no US carriers have stock of Samsung's foldable smartphone in either colour, possibly in anticipation of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Currently, the only way to get your hands on a Galaxy Z Fold2 in the US is to purchase an unlocked handset.
According to a renowned leaker, Xiaomi is planning another stab at releasing a foldable smartphone. The new device will feature significantly more impressive specifications than the Mi Mix Fold, which cannot keep pace with the Mate X2 or Galaxy Z Fold2 from Huawei and Samsung, respectively.
We all know that a Galaxy Note-branded smartphone won’t be coming this year. Samsung decided not to release it for whatever reason. Well, we may not be getting a real Galaxy Note handset this year, but a concept designer decided to create an imaginary one, the Galaxy Note 21 Ultra.