This week, we dropped our review of the Nokia 9 PureView, followed by our Samsung Galaxy S10e review later in the week. In the middle of this week, Google released the first official Android Q beta, and we still do not know which dessert will be named after. We know what phones will have beta, and all the new features that come in. Some of our favorites include a new sharing menu, easier sharing of Wi-Fi, and even desktop mode! Will you install it?
As if that were not enough, we have a new concept phone from Vivo, potential specifications for the upcoming Motorola switch and bad news for Pixelbook and Pixel Slate.
Let's start with great news for this week:
There are 6 Android Q beta versions of Google's Q timeline
We'll see six repetitions of Android Q coming this year, and there's a timeline for them.
Google released the first Android Q beta, available today for pixel smartphones
Google has released the first official Android beta beta, which includes rewritten sharing menus and a new AVI codec.
Everything is new in the first review of Android Q developers
We destroy everything new in Android Q, including new notifications, skipping actions and easier sharing of Wi-Fi.
But wait, there are more!
Review of Nokia 9 PureView: The Best Effort of the HMD Global Frustrating Short
The HMD's first flagship of the year has five camera sensors on the back, so it has to take great images, right? Good?!
And finally, all the other news
Samsung Galaxy S10e Review: The Best Galaxy S10 for most people
Our Samsung Galaxy S10e review is in and it has the same drawback of the Galaxy S10 Plus – the camera. But there is a grip on what makes things better.
The Motorola Razor handset may not be the main beast you've been expecting
The upcoming Motorola RAZR phone may not be able to stand with heels with other front-end switches. Also, there is a question whether it's worth putting it in.
Google reportedly shifted employees away from the tablet, the division of laptops
Writing is on the wall for Pixelbook and Pixel Slate. Things do not look so good for that part of Google's hardware division.
Vivo Apex 2019 Concept practical: No buttons, no ports!
There is a new Vivo concept phone with no ports and no buttons. But is there enough innovation to pay off?
Here's the rest of the news this week
You should probably turn off the exclusion of the Galaxy S10 face if you appreciate basic security
One of the downsides of the hole camera is not much space for other sensors, such as iris scanners, so the face unlocking security took a hit.
Redmi Note 7 Pro Review: Glowing hardware, unpolished software
Our review of Redmi Note 7 is in and it's the phone our reviewer calls "the best phone you can buy for $ 200".
Fitbit Versa Lite review: a fantastic smart clock at the entry level
Fitbit attacks the smartwatch budget crowd hard. Is that the best value there?
Who wants to get UMIDIGI F1 Play?
This week, we give three new UMIDIGI F1 Play smartphones. Enter the week of Sunday for your chance to win!
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