Top 5 Smartphones of 2017

Smartphones these days have become mini-computers. Many of us do most of our work on this gadget. The smartphones’ growing processing power like 6GB RAM, 2TB storage (expandable though), hecta-core processors and more too are turning them into virtual powerhouses. READ MORE

BlackBerry Priv Won’t Be Getting Last Year’s Android Nougat Update

HIGHLIGHTS BlackBerry Priv, launched in 2015, is company’s first Android phone The move is a blow to BlackBerry, a security-first company Most recent flagships will get Android Oreo this year Iconic phone company BlackBerry has said that it won’t be rolling out READ MORE

10 best antivirus for Android 2017

Don’t fall victim to the increasing amounts of Android malware Android is by far and away the most popular mobile operating system, being installed on the vast majority of devices out there, so it’s no surprise that the vast majority READ MORE

OnePlus 5 is coming and here are 5 key possible features that may make it a winner

  Ready, set, go. Of the three the go part is remaining. OnePlus 5 is going to be launched soon — June 20 is the global launch day while the India launch is on June 22 — and already there READ MORE

Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and Nokia 3310 feature phone announced.

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Nokia’s comeback smartphones won’t be exclusive to China anymore. At MWC 2017, HMD Global – the company that holds the license to sell Nokia-branded smartphones, has announced new products for global markets. The company is trying to re-enter the already READ MORE

Best Smartphone of February 2017

With Android thoroughly dominating the mobile industry, picking the best Android smartphones is almost synonymous with choosing the best smartphones, period. But while Android phones have few real opponents on other platforms, internal competition is incredibly fierce. From sleek devices READ MORE

Screens lets you create shortcuts to launch apps in split-screen mode

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Android finally added support for split-screen apps in 7.0 Nougat, but Google has been playing with the specifics of launching apps in split-screen. It removed the UI tuner’s swipe gesture, and the home button behavior has been tweaked in 7.1. READ MORE