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OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro receive another Android Q beta ahead of stable Android 10 release

Android 10, and unfortunately not Android 10 Queen Cake, is scheduled for launch tomorrow for supported Pixel devices. The rest of the Android world would then need to hope that their OEM cares enough to provide a quick update. A lot of OEMs have been participating in Android Q Beta programs though, so you aren't...

Xiaomi is working on four phones with 108MP primary rear camera

The megapixel wars for smartphones has been reignited, thanks to camera companies releasing higher megapixel count sensors for smartphones, going from 48MP, to 64MP and then to 108MP. While the practical utility of staying at just 0.8μm pixel size is debatable and several arguments can be made for and against it, the fact still remains...

Honor 20 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Surprisingly Similar [Video]

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series was announced earlier this month and it has been compared to just about every Android phone on the market. Surprisingly, people haven't been as excited about this Note as other years. XDA TV's TK Bay took the device and put it up against a phone that has already been...

[Update: Launch Confirmed] Huawei Mate 30 will be announced on September 19th

The Huawei Mate 30 is set to be announced as early as September 19th, according to a report from Russian news site hi-tech.mail.ru. The report comes from a comment made by Dr. Wang Chenglu, president of Huawei Consumer Business Software, who spoke about EMUI 10 and the upcoming Kirin 990, who said that the device...

Microsoft plans to add support for exFAT to the Linux kernel

Microsoft announced last Wednesday that they planned to add support for exFAT to the Linux kernel, a file system that they have profited off of licensing to Android device manufacturers for years. exFAT was a file system created in 2006 with the intention of improving upon the FAT file system, and it has better support...