2018 is shaping up as an interesting year for wearables. Google has recently rebranded the faltering Android Wear platform to Wear OS and is reportedly planning to launch three Pixel-branded smartwatches by the end of the year. Between Qualcomm’s releasing of a brand new Snapdragon chipset for wearables and rumors about an upcoming Samsung smartwatch that runs Wear OS, 2018 really looks like a great year for wearables.
Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) is expected to be announced later today alongside at least one other mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy J4 (2018). The former’s specs leaked more than a week ago, but hours before the smartphone’s official reveal, the full specs sheet popped up online.
Most of the specs leaked earlier this month have now been confirmed by a set of images showing the Galaxy J6 (2018)’s technical specifications. For example, we already knew the mid-range handset will be equipped with a 1.6GHz octa-core processor, coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory.
Huawei’s mid-range and entry-level Y series handsets are silently making their way to various markets, and even if they don’t benefit from the glamorous launch event of the P or Mate series, they constitute the bulk of Huawei’s sales.
The Y5 Prime (2018) recently popped up on Huawei’s official website, which suggests the smartphone might go on sale very soon. Specs-wise, the smartphone is nothing to brag about, but as long as the price is right, it shouldn’t matter that much.
First off, the device offers dual-SIM support, but some markets will only get the single-SIM model. On the …
If you haven’t heard by now, sleep is one of the most important things in life. Period. The regulation of which contributes to a seemingly infinite, and therefore extremely wide-ranging list of medical metrics, and impacts on overall health. So, it’s no wonder people and companies alike are searching for newer, more efficient, and accurate ways to not only track their sleep, but improve it by doing so.
Unfortunately, the most popular sleep trackers on the market are those found on general activity trackers and smart watches, which often treat sleep tracking in a …
New renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy J4 (2018) have appeared, revealing two color variants. Samsung has already confirmed that the new Galaxy J6 (2018) will be making its first official appearance next Monday, May 21. Nevertheless, the company reportedly has plans for more Galaxy J-branded devices such as the new Galaxy J4, which has just leaked out thanks to various press images.
Samsung is likely to introduce a new mid-range Android smartphone, the Galaxy J6 (2018), very soon. We’ve reported about the device in the past, so many of you have already heard of it, but now we have something new to share about the upcoming Galaxy J series phone.
It appears that Winfuture.de published a set of press renders showing the Galaxy J6 (2018), although the smartphone hasn’t been unveiled yet. The unannounced device will be available in three color versions: Black, Gold, and Orchid Gray. No word on the price yet, but chances are Samsung will put it on …
The rear shell of what appears to be an upcoming Nokia device has appeared online. The manufacturer behind Nokia devices, HMD Global, recently confirmed it would be holding an event in Russia on May 29 where it is expected to announce a number of new devices. Currently, it’s unconfirmed which smartphones will be making an official appearance but a newly-leaked rear panel hints at one possible release.
Another month has passed, just like that, and with it — another zillion of apps has been introduced to the Android Play Store and iOS App Store. As we do each month, we combed through whatever notable offerings we could get our hands on and picked out some of the best new apps that you should check out, either because they are useful, fun, or just plain interesting to see.
We’ve got a fun educational app that lets you “talk” to various famous people — from Cleopatra, to Einstein, to Donald Trump —, a new AR tool to help photographers plan lighting and model positions, a notch hider for Android, …
Apple could be set to sell a total of 440 million iPhone units across 2018 and 2019. Despite many claims that the Silicon Valley-based company is facing a sales drop due to the higher cost of the iPhone X, analyst Gene Munster expects the brand to sustain a high volume of sales over the course of this year and next.