Mobile gaming has come on leaps and bounds in recent years and the smartphone industry has certainly reacted in kind and 2019 is set to be a big one for the industry. Here are some of the top releases you can expect to see.
Author: Raja Rajan
According to a recent report, Mozilla will soon launch its own ad-free News subscription service for a price of $5 per month.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series of handsets in brilliant new Cardinal Red color has become available in the UK exclusively via EE.
Samsung has announced through a press statement that their new Galaxy A80 smartphone is now available for purchase in select markets.
A new OxygenOS 9.5.6 update is currently being rolled out to OnePlus 7, which brings June 2019 security patches and various Camera improvements.
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Valve has officially announced that it is dropping support for Ubuntu 19.10 and future releases, due to latter’s decision to stop providing 32-bit packages in its archives.
Microsoft To-Do app is now available as a native Mac app. Users who are running macOS 10.13 or higher can download the app via Apple’s Mac App Store.
Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders reveal centered pin-hole camera, no headphone jack or Bixby button
Thanks to @OnLeaks and 91mobiles, we have our first wholesome preview of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with a hole punch display, but no headphone jack or Bixby button.
Samsung is currently working on a new rugged smartphone, known as Galaxy XCover 4S and some renders and specifications for the handset have been leaked.
Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy Jean2 and Galaxy Wide4 smartphones in South Korea. The devices are actually rebranded Galaxy A20e and Galaxy A20 handsets.
The OnePlus 7 is now officially available for purchase in the UK, Europe, China, and India. It comes in 8GB/256GB and 12GB/256GB configurations in China, with the rest of the world getting 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB combos.