News & Reviews: Android 12
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2021
Nintendo has been dominating the handheld gaming console market with the Nintendo Switch in the last few years. Its position hasn't been threatened so far, but that could change in the future. In fact, sources claim that Qualcomm has something in the works.
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2021
Google is well aware of how popular mobile gaming can be. With the popularity of titles like Genshin Impact, the company is looking to better support the use of game controllers. In fact, there will be a few related features in Android 12 this year.
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2021
It was only last week when we wrote some early look at Android 12. Although still in the early stage, reputable sources have found information about new features that may make it to the final version. According to XDA-Developers, Android 12 could add in a Gaming Mode, Smarter Autorotation and Bright Colour adjustment.
Last Updated: Feb 09, 2021
While the Android 11 update is still in the process of being rolled out to older smartphones, the alleged screenshots of Android 12 have appeared online showing us how the next-gen UI (User Interface) design will look like. The screenshots were published by XDA Developers and they are said to be from an “early draft” of documents Google distributes to Android partners.
Last Updated: Jan 19, 2021
Do you find that you always need to dig for extra storage space on your phone? If that's the case, Android may be working on a feature that will help you save some storage space. Sources first found mentions of the feature last week, and now there are some extra details.
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2020
If you want to get new emojis, you have to wait for the latest OS update. That's a fact that we've been knowing since emoji was released. With that said, it appears that Google might not want to do it like that anymore. It is reported that future emoji updates could get separated from the Android firmware updates.
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2020
Gaming on a smartphone has always been fun and easy. The compact size of a smartphone allows us to launch our favourite games anytime and anywhere. However, the size of some games might not be that ‘compact’ especially those that come with large download files. In the future, Android users might be getting a new feature that lets you play games without downloading the whole app, let’s find out how!