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The beta for Google's keyboard Gboard v7.5 is now out and it comes with a host of useful features, or at least hints of them. Chief among those is what effectively is a clipboard manager where you'd be able to see a list of things you've recently copied. Other implied functionality includes a floating mode, which will allow you to see more of the screen and won't cover up the area that isn't actively used for keys - the thing that happens with the current one-handed mode. A new search-as-you-type feature is in development too - the G in top left will light up when the app has found...
We haven't bothered trying to hide our fondness for the P20 Pro's color schemes, and it appears Huawei's design department will be making it even tougher to pick just the right option. Apparently, two weeks from now at IFA, the company will be announcing two more paintjobs for its flagship. Huawei P20 Pro in the existing Twilight and Midnight Blue color schemes The folks over at Android Authority have seen photos of the two new colors, though actually sharing them isn't an option. Anyway, one of them is a take on the existing Twilight gradient, enhanced with black. The other is...
The Motorola One showed up on GeekBench the other day, and it turns out it's been to other places too. The toned-down version of the yet-unofficial One Power has passed by Chinese regulator TENAA where its listing reveals a ton of specs that the benchmark database wouldn't. Motorola XT1941-2 (Motorola One) at TENAA The handset that so far goes by XT1941-2 has a 5.88-inch display with a 1520x720px resolution in a 19:9 aspect - the Power's 6.2-inch screen is FullHD+. GeekBench told us that the chipset is the Snapdragon 625, and TENAA lists a total of three options for RAM...
A firmware update for the BlackBerry KEY2 is live in North America with users in the US and Canada getting the ABE181 build over the air. The update brings the security patch level up to August 5. The download is a little short of 400MB, and with security patches normally in double-digit megabytes, there's probably more to this update. Details remain scarce, though. If you happen to have the phone and the new build, do share in the comments any impressions you might have gathered. Via
Samsung has already pushed an update to the Samsung Galaxy Note9. Of course, the majority of folks who have one in possession is the media (present company included). We've not yet seen the update arrive on our international Galaxy Note9, so it looks like the first ones to get it might be North American Snapdragon variants. Either that, or we simply haven't received the notification yet. The update includes a toggle to switch between two Super Slow-mo capture modes. You can shoot either 0.2s of 960fps or you can go for 0.4s of 480fps in manual mode. On the flip side, auto mode detects...
1) Use only approved enhancements and compatibles including batteries. Only qualified personnel should install or repair the phone including mounting car enhancements. Do not try to open the phone if you do not know how.
2) Keep the phone and it's accessories out of the reach of small children. It is not a piece of toy.
3) The phone should be shielded from dirt and dust. Do not abuse the phone by 'dropping or knocking-over' because internal circuit boards may be damaged in the process. To avoid damage to the 'flex / connectors , clamp shells and sliders should not be squeezed into pouches and straight ones should not be packed with objects capable of scratching the LCD.
4) To avoid the risk of demagnetization , do not place the phone close to electronic devices for a long time . Do not place your phone or install wireless equipment in the area above your car's airbag.
5) The phone is not water-resistant. Precipitation, humidity and liquids containing minerals can corrode the electric circuits. If the phone gets wet, remove the battery and allow the phone to get completely dry before further use. Do not paint your phone. If there is need to clean the phone , harsh chemicals or solvents should not be used .
6) Avoid extreme weather conditions. If the phone is stored in a cold area, when it warms up, moisture can form inside and damage the electric circuit boards. On the other hand, high temperature can shorten the life of electronic devices. It's battery could be damaged and plastic parts may melt.
7) Remember to adhere to the designated safety standards with regards to chargers and AC supply as stipulated by the manufacturer.
8) Efficient use of the phone demands that one should not cover the tip of the phone while in use as this can affect call quality and may shorten power level with regards to talk and standby times .