Tag Archive: Preview


ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 preview: Finally a viable contender to the Redmi Note 5 Pro

ASUS’ latest phone offers the same hardware as the Redmi Note 5 Pro, but you get a larger battery and pure Android.

Xiaomi has consolidated its position in the Indian handset segment over the course of the last 12 months by rolling out a wave of budget phones that offered great value for money. The Redmi Note 5 Pro, for instance, is the first device in the world to be powered by the Snapdragon 636, and the  [Read More…]

Moto E5 and E5 Plus hands-on preview: Your next cheap phone

This is how Motorola plans to keep its hold on the low-end market.

I would argue that the Moto E line is the last of Motorola’s phones that stays true to the company’s original vision for modern Android smartphones. The vision shown with the original Moto X of a simple, compact phone with specs that were good enough but a complete experience that far outweighed the spec sheet. That’s all but gone now to make way for  [Read More…]

Moto G6 series hands-on preview: Hello photo

Budget beauties.

It’s been five long years since Motorola introduced the Moto G, a phone that would, after the ignominious rise and fall of the ahead-of-its-time Moto X, come to stand out less for its features than its legacy.

When Lenovo took over the Moto brand, “G” was the lone money-maker in Motorola’s shrinking portfolio, so the new owners did what any corporate parent would do in such a circumstance: it expanded.

What was a single model between  [Read More…]

Google releases Android P developer preview for Wear OS

There’s a darker UI, restrictions on apps running in the background, and more.

About two weeks after Google rebranded Android Wear as Wear OS, the company is now releasing the first Android P developer preview for its smartwatch platform. This first preview is intended to be used exclusively by developers and not for regular daily use, but it does give us a glimpse of what Google’s cooking up.

First off, one of the biggest user-facing changes is  [Read More…]

Wear OS gets first Android P developer preview

This first Wear OS preview only brings with it five new features, one only able to be noticed by developers. Also, the preview can only be installed on the Huawei Watch 2 and Huawei Watch 2 Classic.

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Google announces Android P Developer Preview, full images available for Pixel phones now

You can’t stop progress.

A day after Google had plenty of fun with National Oreo Day, it’s releasing the first Developer Preview of the next software version: Android P. Now we don’t know what the official name for Android P will be yet, but that hasn’t ever stopped Google from letting developers get their hands on early builds of the new software.

As was the case with both Nougat and Oreo, Android P is looking to be  [Read More…]

What does Android P Developer Preview mean to you?

The next generation of Android is now available to app developers and early adopters. There’s some great stuff on the horizon to be sure, but it doesn’t apply to general users. Certainly not today. Here’s what you need to know about Android P so far.

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How To: Install Android P Developer Preview on Pixel and Pixel 2 phones

Google has released the first Android P Developer Preview. Although it’s aimed at app developers, you can manually flash it on your Pixel and Pixel 2 devices. Here’s how to go about it.

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First Android P developer preview tipped for mid-March release

Android P could be here sooner than we thought.

Android Oreo is a joy to use, but that hasn’t stopped a lot of us here at AC to look forward to what the next version of Google’s mobile OS will have to offer. Thankfully, at least according to one report, we won’t have to wait too much longer before we can start playing with it.

Per Evan Blass on Twitter —

Android P Developer  [Read More…]

Android P developer preview could arrive this month

When Android O was announced last year, Google began what seemed an extremely early rollout of the developer preview. It seems Google was simply changing tactics to give developers even earlier access to the new hardware as recent reports suggest Android P developer preview could be only a few weeks away. Notorious leaker @evleaks took […]

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