In October Samsung kicked off its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta program, and as of this week, the company reached the stage where it is officially rolling out the new One UI 2 on top of Android 10.
With One UI 2.0, Samsung aims to elevate the user experience. This includes, but is not limited to a new layout with animated icons, an enhanced Dark Mode, minimized pop-up, and notifications that take up less space.
If you’re in the U.S., you should already be able to download the update for your Galaxy S10, as it is currently rolling out. For your Galaxy Note10, the roll-out will start at the end of the month.
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A OnePlus staff member officially confirmed on the community forum today that the OnePlus 6 Series are officially discontinued, and have reached the end of software support.
A new leak showcases the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus flagship from all angles and details the battery capacity and the fast charging specifications that we can expect to see.
The newly announced OnePlus 10 Pro comes with a Hasselblad partnership that enhances the camera setup on the premium device, and it appears that partnership may also be in place for the next OPPO Find X5.
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Google announced that it’s purchasing the Central Saint Giles site in London, which is already the home of Google, for $1 billion. The company also will also recruit thousands of new employees in the coming months and years ahead.
Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, is facing a £2.3 billion ($3.2 billion) class action lawsuit for abusing its market position to collect and exploit personal information from more than 44 million people.
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A new leak now suggests that the Galaxy S22 lineup may arrive with an updated Gorilla Glass Victus+ that would likely offer better performance and slightly more protection in case of a drop.
Twitter recorded and stored previous Spaces for up to 30-days, but it never let users replay them again. The feature was tested on iOS, and it’s now also officially available on Android, and it’s rolling out to all users.
Valve officially confirmed that those who pre-ordered the Steam Deck when it was released should be getting their devices by the end of February.
YouTube has started testing Smart Downloads for some users in Europe. It downloads 20 videos for offline watching every week based on an algorithm.
According to a new leak, Motorola could launch the Moto Edge X30 as Moto Edge 30 Pro in global markets.