Nokia 7.2 is now available for pre-order and it will arrive on September 30

You can already buy a new Nokia 7.2 from B&H and soon you will also get it from Amazon, but you will have to wait for it to arrive until September 30

Pocketnow Daily: Android 10: The Future? (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new name for Android Q, the displays inside the next iPhones, Samsung’s clam-shell phone and more

Pocketnow Daily: Everything Apple SILENTLY CHANGED Today (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about all the changes that Apple has been doing silently, leaks of the Google Pixel 4XL and more

Pocketnow Daily: Huawei CONFIRMS Android Q for Certain Devices (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about information Huawei’s message to its customers about getting Android Q, Galaxy Note 10 rumors and more

Android Q is killing Android Beam

According to recent reports, one of Android’s popular features for sharing content between devices, Android Beam, is going away with Android Q.
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Watch the Google I/O 2019 keynote live stream here

Google is kicking off its Google I/O 2019 developer conference today. You can watch the keynote live stream here and be up to date with everything.

iPhone XI models leaked, 4 Galaxy Note 10 variants & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about iPhone XI models leaked, more than 2 Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variants & more

iPhone 3D Touch-like functionality coming in Android Q as ‘deep press’

Android Q will adopt one of the features Apple introduced on the 2015 iPhones. 3D Touch is coming to Android as “deep press”.

Android Q beta now available for Pixel devices [U]

As of press time, Google seems to be a little stop-and-go on launching the beta program for Android Q, but the webpages have been updated.

More than 7 non-Google phones will be on Android Q beta

Last year, Android 9 Pie went into the beta cycle with 7 non-Google phones, the first time it’s been done. So, what about Android Q?

XDA Exclusive: Android Q looks to kill back button, go all in on gestures

If you’re a longtime Android user, you may have to suffer one of the biggest design language shifts with Android 10 Q coming soon.

Benchmark may have reeled in “Sargo,” or Pixel 3 Lite

Even though it says “Google Pixel 4,” we see a codename in this dataset that we’ve been tracking to the Pixel 3 Lite. What’s up here?

Google Pixel 4 could allow active data on both SIM slots according to AOSP

A new commit suggests that the Google Pixel 4 will at least let users call and text from both phone numbers and, at most, do way more with data connections.

XDA Update: More exclusive Android Q details and OnePlus 6T preview!

We still have no clue what dessert ‘Q’ might stand for, but Android 10 is shaping up to be a cracker of an upgrade and we have the latest developments.

Android 10 Q apparently has its number, plus screen recording

If you’re looking for a version number to track down what’s going on with Android Q, we may have just gotten it. Also, will screen recording apps die?

Android 10 Q to bring support for native Face-ID-like feature

A recent code breakdown reveals that the next version of Android, Android 10 Q, will likely add native facial recognition support.

Could a Google Pixel 4 be called “coral?” Benchmarks lead the way

The Snapdragon 855 may be in a Google-made device codenamed “coral.” It has Android Q and 6GB of RAM. But is there a case to be made here?

Android Q may allow carriers to lock down dual-SIM use

Carriers may force customers to always keep their primary SIM in their phones while utilizing two SIMs – impacting travelers and other lifestyles.

XDA Exclusive: Android Q may have systemwide dark mode toggle

Our partners at XDA have obtained an early copy of Android Q and have found dark mode treats to desktop cheats.

Android Q Dark Mode unofficially confirmed as an upcoming feature

Android Dark Mode will finally be an official feature of the next version of the OS, Android Q, if a recently uncovered tracker information is right.

Developers could test stock Android Q on devices very early

New Android devices must support Project Treble, which itself requires the abilit for those devices to run a stock version of software.

Android Q won’t prohibit users from handling old apps

Android Pie notifies users when they’re using an app that was developed for Android Jelly Bean or an older version of the OS. But it won’t cut them off.

Is “elfin” the Pixel TV or something else entirely?

There’s Android code mentioning a new piece of hardware that is tangentially related to the Nexus Player. But it looks to be very early days.

Will the Pixel 2 receive three full years of Android OS updates?

That would take it another year from where previous Pixel and Nexus phones were only supported for major OS updates for two years.