Tag Archive: Movement


New OnePlus 6 features, Google’s new Emoji movement, and more news you need to know

Welcome to In Brief, the AndroidGuys tech briefing. Today is Tuesday, October 30, and we’re taking a look at all the tech news you need to know. In this post, we want you to learn about the news the way you want to learn. We’ve embedded a podcast version of all this news below. If you don’t want to listen, you can read just like you normally would.

In today’s edition, we’ll tell you what OnePlus 6T features are now available on the  [Read More…]

Huawei joins RCS movement by using Android Messages as default texting app

Google’s convinced Huawei to adopt RCS; now it just needs to do the same with carriers.

Although we may never get iMessage on Android, that’s okay. Google’s been leading the charge for RCS for a while now, and in an attempt to help expand its adoption to more carriers and other partners, Huawei is joining Google in this trek.

RCS is essentially the next step up from traditional SMS/MMS texting, and it allows for things like texting  [Read More…]

Liking the unlocked phone movement? Check out the new KPhone K5+ and K6

As it is with many of the upcoming unlocked Android phone manufacturers, you probably haven’t heard of their phones before. Many consumers are weary of such, because that can mean an unproven, cheap, and problematic-prone device that we put so much reliance on.

However, I’ll argue that we should be more open about the idea of a no-name manufacturer. Even if it’s just to be a well-rounded, knowledgeable Android fan. Phone standards have gone up as of late, and there are now  [Read More…]