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  • One UI 6.1 update now on previous-generation Samsung phones

    One UI 6.1 update now on previous-generation Samsung phones

    Like all Android brands, Samsung offers multiple years of free updates to its custom One UI OS, which is now at version 6.1. Previously, it was only available on the latest Samsung Galaxy S24 series. However, Samsung recently released the One UI 6.1 update to previous-generation Galaxy devices as well. The latest version is now available for selected Galaxy S series, Galaxy Z Fold series, Galaxy Z Flip series, and Galaxy Tab S series devices.

  • The new Android 15 feature might allow you to use Dark Mode for all apps - Even if it’s not supported

    The new Android 15 feature might allow you to use Dark Mode for all apps - Even if it’s not supported

    If you are an avid Android user, this news might catch your attention. Recently, a new rumour says the Android 15 might allow you to “force” dark mode for all apps. That said, what should you know about it?

  • Can you still use a phone or device with an older Android? All you need to know

    Can you still use a phone or device with an older Android? All you need to know

    In general these days, most brands guarantee about 2 years' worth of Android updates and security patches, while a few promise up to 7 years. While we would always recommend getting a device with a newer Android version (it's easier to manage), sometimes your older device will still work fine.

    Or maybe you're just feeling a bit reluctant to part with it and move to a newer device? Regardless of the reason, this time around, we're answering the question "Can you still use a phone or device with an older Android version?" Read on to find out.

  • AI on smartphones - What can we expect in 2024?

    AI on smartphones - What can we expect in 2024?

    In 2024, companies are adding generative AI to devices like smartphones. But how many of these features will appear on other devices, and what else can we expect? With that in mind, we decided to write up a list of AI-powered features that could be on your phone someday.

  • Exynos 2500 chipset to have 3.3GHz Cortex-X5 cores

    Exynos 2500 chipset to have 3.3GHz Cortex-X5 cores

    Every year, Samsung launches a new flagship Exynos chipset and many would wonder "Is this the year?" We don't know if the Exynos 2400 is 'it' quite yet. But Samsung clearly isn't giving up on developing Exynos chips because the Exynos 2500 is already in the works.

  • X now has Premium Plus and Basic subscriptions

    X now has Premium Plus and Basic subscriptions

    X (formerly Twitter) has been working hard on monetising its platform since Elon Musk took over. Earlier this week, Musk announced that a cheaper subscription tier would be available soon. That happened earlier today, as the company announced two new subscription plans.

  • Huawei nova 12 series could feature new Kirin 830 chipset

    Huawei nova 12 series could feature new Kirin 830 chipset

    Nowadays, many of Huawei's smartphones either have a Qualcomm or MediaTek chipset. There are several reasons for that, but Kirin chipsets aren't as commonly used. But Kirin is still around and could launch a new chipset with the Huawei nova 12 series soon.

  • What can you expect from a sub-RM3000 mid-range foldable phone?

    What can you expect from a sub-RM3000 mid-range foldable phone?

    These days, many companies have foldable devices, with big brands like Samsung leading the front on innovation. Unfortunately, none of these devices are cheap. But what tech specs would an affordable foldable phone have? We decided to fantasise about what you could see from a sub-RM3000 mid-range foldable flip phone.

  • Canon wants to partner up with a smartphone manufacturer

    Canon wants to partner up with a smartphone manufacturer

    These days, smartphones are the preferred choice for casual photography. Camera manufacturers have, of course, noticed this and started collaborating with smartphone brands. Now, Canon could be the next to join this gang.

  • Google Pixel devices overheating after latest update

    Google Pixel devices overheating after latest update

    When it comes to software, you sometimes get improved performance and new features. But an update could also screw some things over unintentionally, like the latest Google app update for Pixel devices.