We, humans, are forgetful creatures. This trait is a part of our nature, but the world that we live in certainly doesn’t make it easier. The always-on technologies of today are constantly there to demand our attention, so it’s easy to get distracted and overlook the things that actually matter to us.
With split-screen multi-tasking already a pretty big part of Android, it’s no surprise that users and developers will explore ways to make this feature as convenient as possible.
Smartphone manufacturers come and go over the years, but for a brand to really have staying power, it has to be flexible. There’s probably not a better example of such a company than Nokia, which has switched software platforms and ownership interests so many times that it can be difficult to keep track. Right now, though, Nokia phones come to us care of HMD, and that partnership has already brought us devices like the Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. While we’re happy to see mid-rangers like those, sometimes we crave the power and performance of a no-holds-barred flagship, and that’s …