It seems that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 won’t come with an S Pen
It seems that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 may not come with a Stylus after all, or at least that’s what the latest report suggests
Coolpad is now making changes to help fight COVID-19
Coolpad is another Americal company that is making efforts to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic by manufacturing and donating masks and thermometers
Samsung foldable clamshell smartphone
A new Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is coming, and its support pages are live
We already have a support page for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, and it was found in one of Samsung’s official websites
Google struggling to fix Pixel 2 XL camera fault
With reports of the camera app crashing for a good, long while, why hasn’t Google nailed this problem down yet? The latest stage for the problem is Twitter.
Galaxy Note 9 support page appears on Samsung Sweden site
The expected model number of the device has appeared on Samsung’s Swedish support databank and it’s one bearing an Exynos chipset.
Original Apple Watch won’t get watchOS 5, but Apple Watch Series 1 will
The 2015 Apple Watches have been cut off from the 2016 and 2017 Apple Watches for this latest watchOS update. Is this an acceptable thing?
iPhone X camera glass cracking, people wonder why
The cover glass on the camera system should be made of sapphire and, thus, shouldn’t crack easily — not from keys or coins or even drops.
Error -6722 stopping you from setting up your HomePod? Here’s what to do
Consider uninstalling and than reinstalling the Home app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It might need a good refresh in its scenes and accessories.
ShatterShield peeling off edges of Moto Z2 Force, customers being charged for repair
Those who couldn’t or didn’t want to argue down the price were supposedly charged anywhere from $50 to $150 for the replacement of a part that used to be user-replaceable for $40.
Galaxy Note 8 battery won’t charge, warranty replacements are refurbs
Best to keep a power bank around your Note 8 if it’s still alive. Some owners let their device run to zero and have found that a charge couldn’t turn it back on.
MediaTek prepared for Android Go with three chipsets
The second-string mobile semiconductor is getting ready to bring new, low-end Android devices with the latest software on them.
Nexus 5X camera
Project Fi device protection stops replacing Nexus 5X, many losing out
Google’s MVNO isn’t able to service or replace damaged Nexus 5X units anymore. For those on its Device Protection plan, it’s break or be done with it.
OnePlus 5T band support does not equal Sprint or Verizon compatibility
Just because there’s support for LTE Bands 2, 4, 13, 25, 26 and 41 doesn’t mean that the OnePlus 5T is approved for use on Sprint or Verizon.
Apple admits faults of iPhone X Super Retina display: OLED
Just like any other AMOLED display, you’re subject to image burn-in and color shifting. Apple tells you how to care for that.
ARCore is Google’s SDK for augmented reality without the need to Tango
All those sensors on those Project Tango phones we saw? Google doesn’t need them anymore and has a new SDK to prove it and compete with Apple.
600MHz support out of the question for T-Mobile Galaxy Note8
T-Mobile might throw its weight around these days, bragging about a big…
WhatsApp
WhatsApp supporting Android Gingerbread into 2020
As the older BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows platforms well and truly die off, Android Gingerbread is seen as a clinger for WhatsApp.
TCL responds to BlackBerry KEYone display mishaps
Bend it, drop it, pop it. The display on some BlackBerry KEYone devices can be prone to detachment and that’s a problem that needs and may get fixing.
AAA batteries in Apple headphones explode, company says it’s a “third-party” issue
Apple doesn’t make AAA batteries, did not include any with the headphones and did not specify any that should be used in the headphones, the victim claims.
Should we be worried about Galaxy S8 burn-in as well?
Despite Samsung programming in a feature to prevent this kind of problem from happening, some users say that it’s happening.
Galaxy S8+ hands-on
Not exactly bootlooping, but random Galaxy S8 reboots should not be a thing
LG got into lawsuits by letting bootloop problems go untreated. The Galaxy S8 isn’t doing as bad, but there’s yet to be a real response from Samsung.
Not a shocker: Google Pixel software support up through 2019
The Pixel and Pixel XL will have guaranteed major update support through October of next year and security patches through October 2019. What’s new?
Google class action building on Nexus 6P bootloop, battery issues
“Do no evil” except by attrition? Many consumers facing problems with their Huawei-made Nexus 6P are left feeling uncared for.
Google Pixel hardware problems continue, microphone of concern this time
Speakers are busted, the camera’s screwed up and now you can’t even make a phone call on the Google phone. And a solution takes four months to achieve.
AT&T customer service raises T-Mobile’s a J.D. Power award
Within the wireless industry, AT&T earned top marks for customer care and is going after T-Mobile’s bragging about its Nielsen win.