Tag Archive: Likely


DOJ Antitrust Chief likely won’t block the T-Mobile and Sprint merger

It looks like the merger may happen after all.

The Sprint and T-Mobile merger is expected to be completed by mid-2019, but before that happens, it needs to get approval from the proper government officials/agencies. We still have a ways to go, but at least according to the Antitrust Chief, the Department of Justice won’t give the merger much of a hassle.

According to Bloomberg, DOJ Antitrust Chief Makan Delrahim says the T-Mobile and Sprint merger isn’t  [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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Huawei P20 series will likely be available in Canada on May 17

Currently no word on pricing.

The P20 lineup is one of the most impressive we’ve seen from Huawei in some time, and we’ve heard that it’s bringing all three of the phones to Canada.

Beginning May 17, the Huawei P20, P20 Lite, and P20 Pro will be available on Rogers, Bell, Telus, Fido, Virgin Mobile, Koodo, and Videotron. Neither Huawei nor its carrier partners will confirm these details right now, but we believe these dates to be  [Read More…]

Google Clips likely launching soon as it passes through FCC

Google hasn’t forgotten about Clips just yet.

Alongside big announcements like the Pixel 2 and Pixelbook at Google’s October hardware event, we also got our very first look at Google Clips – a new camera from Google that uses AI to automatically capture moments for you. We haven’t heard any follow-up news regarding Clips after its initial announcement, but it looks like it may be launching any time now.

Variety recently spotted that Google filed for a  [Read More…]

Nexus 6P likely to receive Android Oreo on Sept. 11

The last Nexus might see its last OS upgrade in just a few days.

According to Canadian carrier Rogers’ OS Upgrade Schedule, Android Oreo for the Nexus 6P will be released on September 11.

When Android Oreo was initially released by Google, only phones that were currently enrolled in the Android beta program received the update. This isn’t surprising, as the people who helped test the software all along should be the ones to give a gold master version  [Read More…]

HTC keyboard ads likely an error, but damage is already done

HTC is telling users to roll back the latest stock keyboard update, which clutters up the screen with ads.

Ads in the stock keyboard app on a flagship smartphone. Added quietly via an app update. Which then asks you to pay to remove them.

You’d be hard pressed to come up with a more comically villainous thing for a phone manufacturer, or app developer, to pull on its users. Yet that’s what’s been happening to some HTC  [Read More…]

The LG V30 is likely to feature a new design and will support wireless charging

A new rumor claims that the LG V30 will feature wireless charging, leading to speculation that it will feature a glass back.

The Galaxy Note 8 will likely feature the same aspect ratio as the Galaxy S8

A new set of rumors have revealed information regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The rumors suggest the Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio.

Android O isn’t available in the Android Beta Program yet, will likely join in mid-May

Everyone with a Pixel or modern Nexus will get their opportunity to use Android O soon.

With Android O entering Developer Preview status, this is our first opportunity to download and run a preview version of the latest OS. Unfortunately for those who became accustomed to simply enrolling in the Android Beta Program and getting builds over-the-air, this first Developer Preview of Android O isn’t available in the Beta Program.

If you want Android O right now, your only  [Read More…]

Android 7.1.2 will likely be released April 3

No joke — Android 7.1.2 may hit just after April Fools’ Day.

At the end of January, Google released a beta version of Android 7.1.2 for a handful of Nexus devices, along with its new Pixel phones. The company said that it was “an incremental maintenance release focused on refinements,” including “bug fixes and optimizations, along with a small number of enhancements for carriers and users.”

It’s been 6 weeks since that fateful day, and despite two  [Read More…]