Tag Archive: Headed


OnePlus 7 Pro’s new features are headed to the OnePlus 5, 5T, 6, and 6T

The OnePlus 5 and 5T are also scheduled to get Android Q Developer Preview.

What you need to know Fnatic Mode, Zen Mode, RAM Boost, Screen Recorder and more are headed to the older OnePlus phones. Android Q Developer Preview will be coming to the OnePlus 5 and 5T in the future. There are no ETAs on when the features will be added.

The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro were launched just a week ago and  [Read More…]

Google Assistant is (finally!) headed to the Sonos One and Sonos Beam

Look for a software update coming next week.

At this point we don’t really blame anyone for forgetting about Google Assistant coming to Sonos. After all, the wireless speaker company announced the integration for Sonos One way back in the fall of 2017, with the marriage to happen sometime in the next year. That year came and went, however, and we’re a quarter through the next one.

All that is to say that Google Assistant is finally  [Read More…]

Meet the Alcatel AVALON V, a budget phone headed to Verizon

A budget phone for the masses.

Alcatel’s first phone to launch on Verizon Wireless has arrived, and it’s the $ 100 AVALON V. Priced to appeal to the mass budget market, the AVALON V features a budget specs list that includes a 5.34″ FWVGA+ 18:9 display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and a 2,460mAh battery. It’s running the out-of-date and soon to be even older Android Oreo OS, and Alcatel couldn’t confirm when it’ll be updated to  [Read More…]

Huawei’s MateBook 13 and MediaPad M5 Lite are headed our way soon

Huawei announced at CES today two new products, the MateBook 13 and MediaPad M5 Lite. These are two of Huawei’s latest additions to their award-winning mobile line up of products.

MateBook 13

The MateBook 13 is Huawei’s latest premium Windows notebook. The all-new MateBook 13 features a 13-inch 2160 x 1440 touchscreen display in the  [Read More…]

Get ready for a trippy new puzzle game headed to PSVR

Peer into a lighthouse like never before.

The folks at Vertigo Games have been changing the way we thing about VR gaming for a couple of years now. The team behind masterfully scary shooter Arizona Sunshine and subtly brilliant stratey adventure Skyworld is about to publish a unique puzzle game to just about every VR platform this January. It’s called A Fisherman’s Tale, and early looks are incredibly promising.

Puzzle games in VR tend to do  [Read More…]

Motorola One headed to U.S. as Best Buy exclusive

The Motorola One was announced at IFA 2018, but saw only an international release at the outset. But just in time for the holiday season, Motorola is bringing its Android One smartphone to the U.S. The Motorola One will be sold exclusively through Best Buy, with online sales beginning on November 9 and in-store sales beginning on November 11. It should also be noted that the black version will only be sold online, and the white version will only be  [Read More…]

Google’s AR Stickers might be headed for the LG G7 ThinQ

AR Stickers for the Pixel and Pixel 2 were announced in October last year and launched in December with Star Wars and Stranger Things content.

So far the stickers have been a Pixel exclusive, but according to a statement unearthed by Android Authority it seems like the new LG G7 ThinQ will soon be getting them too.

If this turns out to be true, it will certainly help LG differentiate its flagship from other offerings on the market. For those  [Read More…]

LG V35 ThinQ is most likely the exclusive LG phone headed for AT&T

AT&T just announced it won’t be carrying the new LG G7 ThinQ. Instead the carrier will offer an exclusive LG phone this summer. This device might be the LG V35 ThinQ.

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Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ variants with 128GB/256GB storage might be headed for the US soon

In the US, the base version of the Galaxy S9 ships out with 64GB of storage. But soon you’ll be able to get one with 128GB/256GB.

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Google Glass is back, and it’s headed to the enterprise

Alphabet has been working on Glass Enterprise Edition for over two years.

Google Glass failed to pick up momentum as a consumer product, but the wearable is getting a new lease on life in the enterprise segment. Alphabet’s X, which oversees the development of Glass, has announced that after two years in a limited trial program, the Glass Enterprise Edition is being rolled out to more businesses.

Glass Enterprise Edition first broke cover back in 2015  [Read More…]