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Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro goes live with 5G connectivity and 30W wireless charging

The Mi 9 Pro 5G takes just 69 minutes to charge wirelessly.

What you need to know The Mi 9 Pro 5G has full coverage for China’s 5G carriers. A welcome addition is 30W wireless charging, which charges the phone from zero to 100% in just 69 minutes. You also get 40W wired charging, and the base 8GB/128GB model is just $ 520.

Xiaomi introduced 30W wireless charging earlier this month, and the tech is now making  [Read More…]

Galaxy A20s goes official with 6.5-inch HD+ display, triple rear cameras

In addition to an upgraded triple camera setup, the phone also features a glossy plastic back.

What you need to know Galaxy A20s is Samsung’s latest A series budget Android smartphone. It sports a 6.5-inch Infinity-V HD+ display and packs a large 4,000mAh battery. Samsung is yet to announce pricing or availability information for international markets.

Samsung has quietly expanded its Galaxy A series lineup with the launch of the new Galaxy A20s. Similar to the Galaxy  [Read More…]

Google Play Pass goes official: unlimited access to 350+ apps and games for $5 per month

Google on Monday made its most significant change to the Play Store experience yet, introducing its long-rumored Play Pass service.

Priced $ 5 per month, it’s all you can consume access to more than 350 apps and games, including in-app purchases and unlockable content. Moreover, it also removes advertisements from the titles and they do not require any additional purchases or up-front costs.

The Play Pass closely resembles Apple’s recent Apple  [Read More…]

Google Play listing for Disney+ goes live for Netherlands

Give it to me now, please!

What you need to know The Disney+ app listing is live on Google Play, but only available in the Netherlands. Dutch subcribers will apparently get a free preview this fall ahead of the November launch. Screenshots of app on Android phones and tablets shown in listing.

Disney+ launches on November 12, but if you live in the Netherlands, it sounds like you’ll be getting a sneak peek. The app listing has  [Read More…]

Motorola One Zoom goes official with five cameras

As anticipated, Motorola has added a new member to its One family of phones, this week introducing the One Zoom. It’s an ambitious one at that, as it features no less than five cameras.

Powered by Android 9 Pie, the One Zoom houses a 6.4-inch display at 2,340 x 1,080 pixel resolution. Similar to other phones with a 19:9 screen aspect ratio, there’s a notch cutout at the top.

The One  [Read More…]

Revised Samsung Galaxy Fold goes on sale

Nearly one half year after its original intended launch, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has gone on sale. Indeed, the revised foldable smartphone has gone on sale in Korea and will make its way to the US in the coming weeks.

We learned from the feedback we received, and not only applied those lessons to the Galaxy Fold’s design, but also took the time to rethink the entire consumer experience from purchase to unboxing and post-purchase service.

Samsung, at IFA this  [Read More…]

Crime goes on as Yakuza 7 has been announced with a reveal trailer

Yakuza 7 has been announced…and it is bringing some major changes to the formula.

What you need to know Yakuza 7 has been announced with a reveal trailer. There are some big gameplay changes coming, with the combat system being replaced with a turn-based mechanic. Yakuza 7 is scheduled to release sometime in 2020, arriving in Japan first and then the U.S.

Yakuza 7 has been announced for the PlayStation 4. While Kiryu is no longer the  [Read More…]

Sprint 5G goes live in LA, Washington, D.C., Phoenix, and New York City

Sprint on Tuesday confirmed that its “true mobile 5G” network has launched in another four cities. Starting immediately, customers in Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. can take advantage of ultra fast data connections.

As is the case with all other carriers and cities, the coverage doesn’t blanket the full cities or markets. Specifically, it starts in targeted neighborhoods. Typically, service providers hit key areas such as stadiums, tourist attractions, malls, airports, and universities first.

According to  [Read More…]

Microsoft’s Your Phone service goes down, throwing up connection errors

Connection errors are currently plaguing the Your Phone service.

What you need to know Microsoft’s Your Phone app and service are down right now. Users may experience connection errors between their phone and the Your Phone app. Microsoft has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix.

Updated August 26, 2019: The service issues seem have been resolved. Your Phone should be working as normal now.

If you’ve noticed the Your Phone app on your  [Read More…]

Verizon 5G goes live in Phoenix with arrival of Galaxy Note 10

Verizon on Thursday confirmed that Phoenix, Arizona is the tenth city to offer its 5G wireless data. The next-gen, ultra-fast network goes live on August 23.

August 23 is a notable day not just for the growing 5G network, but it also marks the arrival of the Galaxy Note 10. Indeed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5+ goes on sale in the markets which offer 5G speeds.

Initially, Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service will be concentrated in Downtown Phoenix around  [Read More…]