Lenovo has just launched a new variant of their low-end smartphone, the Moto E3. This new variant is called the Moto E3 Power, and will come with a 3,500mAh capacity battery instead of the 2,800mAh one we see in the regular Moto E3. They even published a cryptic tweet that some say implies it will be launching in India "soon."
Huawei and Truecaller have come to an agreement where they will pre-install its app on future Huawei phones sold across the U.S., Middle East, North Africa, South East Asia and India. This, of course, will begin with the company's upcoming flagship, the Honor 8, but it can be uninstalled so it will not be hogging up your system resources.
Some nexus devices haven't even received their Android 7.0 OTA update and yet there's already a build available for the Raspberry Pi 3. The build looks stable, and the only issue we're shown in the video is the Settings page crashing when you try to go into the About Tablet section. They've even got the source code available right here on GitHub.
Google launched their Device Assist application back in 2014 as a way for Android One, Nexus and Google Play Edition devices to troubleshoot issues and receive various Android tips. It's unclear why the company is making this change (although it's likely because so few people use it), but the app is no longer available in the Play Store and it's not displaying any tips anymore.
With Android 7.0 Nougat, OEMs can decide if they want to enable freeform multiwindow mode on their devices with larger screens. This can also be done with ADB or modifying the /system partition, but now a free app can help enable it too. It's just an incredibly easy solution for those who don't want to deal with ADB or root modifications.
Months before the release of the Galaxy S7, rumors seemingly confirmed Samsung was working on custom CPU cores for their latest Exynos SoC. After all this time, the company has revealed the architecture under the Samsung M1 CPU. From branch prediction to a 96 entry reorder buffer, and how it handles L1/L2 cache. We finally learn how the M1 differs from other mobile chips on the market.
A public version of Google Duo has been available for less than two weeks. Apparently, the application became an instant hit as it has reached 5 million downloads. This information is certain and shared by Google's CEO Sundar Pichai on his Twitter. Nice score, Google!
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