Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google’s Fuchsia OS and the possibility of it replacing Android in the next 5 years. Then we talk about Huawei and some new patents that provide a solution for the notch with a camera hole in the display. Samsung will apparently launch their Bixby Speaker this August and will feature the S-Ray concept they showed at CES. NASA is teaming up with Samsung with a project called ‘A Moon for All Mankind’ in which you can experience the moon landing through a Gear VR. We end today’s show with the announcement of Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6, which is said to be twice as strong as the previous generation.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
Fuchsia OS might take Android’s place 5 years from now
Huawei might have found a way to get rid of the notch
Samsung to launch its Bixby smart speaker in August, cheaper than the Google Home Max
Samsung and NASA’s “A Moon for All Mankind” VR exhibit debuts in New York
Gorilla Glass 6 will take your phone one step closer to indestructible

You May Also Like
iPhone production

All iPhone production in India suspended during the 21-day lockdown period

If the lockdown is suspended as scheduled, the production could be resumed on April 15.

OnePlus Pay digital wallet service goes live for some users ahead of launch: Report

Samsung did it with Samsung Pay, while Apple has its own Apple Pay service. So, OnePlus is here with the OnePlus Pay digital payment service.
Redmi K30 Pro design

Here’s how much the Redmi K30 Pro will cost

The phone will be launched tomorrow.