Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Google Released Android Oreo 8.0 OTA And Factory Images

1:00:00 AM

Google just unveiled Android O few minutes ago and the update is already available. However, the update is only available for Pixel devices. Maybe the other devices will follow up soon.

For those who are enrolled for beta (DP4) will have 50.5 MB of update which is quite small. The update is only available through OTA on your phone and Factory Images which are link below :

Let us know whether you got the update or not in the comments!

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Android Oreo 8.0 Has Arrived

12:23:00 AM

Google just revealed the name of the new Android OS which is Android Oreo 8.0. They revealed the statue which looks like a superhero and has Oreo engraved in his chest. Just like what we posted yesterday.

Google also made a small animated video of Android Oreo which was pretty amazing. The voice in the video says "Android Oreo has arrived! Safer, Smarter, More Powerful and Sweeter than ever.".

The devices which will get this update are Google Pixel, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P. Google says these updates will begin rolling out in phases "soon," along with updates for the Pixel C and Nexus Player.

If you are running the developer preview of the update this might not surprise you, the new update has new features like notification dots, enhanced speed, a brand-new set of emoji, more aggressive battery life management, and  OS-level autofill.

Source : Android

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Monday, August 21, 2017

[Livestream] Watch Google's Android O Unveiling Here

9:56:00 PM

Today is the day when Google will unveil the Android O’s mascot and the update itself. This consists Android statue unveiling party at the Googleplex in Mountain View, but this year Google’s mixing things up a bit: the company is announcing the mascot and name for Android O in New York City at an event perfectly coinciding with today’s solar eclipse. 

If you’re looking for the livestream for the event, you’ve come to the right place. As Google notes on its eclipse page over at Android.com/o :

On August 21st, a solar eclipse will sweep across the entire United States for the first time since 1918. Android is helping you experience this historic natural phenomenon so you can learn more about the eclipse and count down to the big day—when you’ll meet the next release of Android and all of its super (sweet) new powers, revealed via livestream from New York City at 2:40PM ET.
The livestream of the event kicks off right around 2:40 ET (12:10AM For Indian Viewers), so tune in below to catch the big Android O unveiling. Sorry to spoil the surprise, but it’s more or less certain at this point that the O for Android 8.0 is going to stand for Oreo, marking the second branding partnership since Android began naming its releases after “tasty treats”.

If you’re here more for the latest software releases and less tasty codenames, then you’re in luck: a couple reports likely to be reliable suggest that Android O will begin rolling out to Google Pixel today.

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Is This The Android O Statue?

10:12:00 PM

Is This The Android O Statue?

As we all know, Google will be releasing Android O 8.0 with the name tomorrow after the Solar Eclipse. But we still doesn't know what it will be called, but as far as leaks says it will be Oreo.

The famous leaker Evan Blass aka evleaks, shared a picture which shows Android Robot as superman and inside its chest is the Oreo cookie. Now, it can either be just a picture or the statue which Google will unveil tomorrow like all the other Android OS. If it is the statue, it is not that unique compared to Android Marshmallow and Lollipop.

Let's see what Google brings to us!

Source : Evan Blass

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[Download] Essential Phone Wallpapers

11:56:00 AM

Recently, Andy Rubin release a new phone by his new company called Essential, which is supposed to compete with other flagship phones like iPhone 7, Galaxy S8 etc. And if you are looking to buy one and couldn't, we got your back! The new Essential Phone has a pretty mind-bending screen with super-tiny bezels, and it just looks even better with one of its default wallpapers loaded. 

Note that not all of them aur super-high resolution but as soon as we get them, we will update the post. So, Here are six different wallpapers that come pre-loaded on the Essential Phone and  will surely look great on your phone if you're looking for something simple, elegant and dark for a wallpaper. Enjoy!

Source : Android Central

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Saturday, August 19, 2017

[Official] Android O Coming On August 21 After The Solar Eclipse, Name Likely Oreo

12:19:00 AM

It's official! Google's upcoming Android OS update, which is Android O will be announced officially on August 21 with name of it , the same day as the big total solar eclipse!

Today, Google shared a new webpage which is over at the Android site with a countdown to the unveiling, which will go down at 2:40PM Eastern (11:40AM Pacific). For those who haven’t been following the eclipse saga and are confused by the timing, the solar eclipse expected to end at around 11:37AM, so 3 minutes later, we’ll get Android O.

Also, here is this small hint which most likely confirms that Android O will be named Oreo. But keep in mind, we are not sure as Google tends to troll at the end.

The video above was posted to Google+ and the person who uploaded it named the video file “GoogleOreo_Teaser_0817_noDroids%2B%25281%2529.mp4.” See anything in there? Yeah, it says “GoogleOreo_Teaser” as plain as day. 

Is that a confirmation that Android O is Oreo? Well, no. Google likes messing with us, but they did immediately delete that G+ post (it was here) after that bit was spotted and replaced it with another post and new video titled “OctopusTeaser.mp4.” You tell me – Oreo or nah?

The special Android eclipse page will feature live video streams from NASA and also the reveal by Google in NYC. You can catch all of that action at this link on August 21.

Let's see what Google brings to us.

Source : Android

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

[Leaked] Official Render Of LG V30 In All It's Glory

5:27:00 PM

LG soon will be announcing their next flagship phone LG V30 on August 31st at IFA in Berlin. So far we know that this device will have a 6.0" 1440p P-OLED display with the trending 18:9 ratio and curved edges (FullVision, as LG calls it). Also, the device will sport a dual camera setup of a 16MP, f/1.6 aperture main camera with a 13MP wide angle lens. 

But, today we got the best view of the device from the famous leaker Evan Blass or @evleaks. The latest image confirms all the previous leak like barely noticeable bezel and that big beautiful screen with 18:9 tall ratio. 

On the back it has a rear mounted finger print scanner/power button and dual camera module with separate flash. The sides have an almost chromed look. There are volume buttons on the left and the SIM card tray is on the right. Although we can't see them here, we understand from previous leaks that there will be a USB-C port on the bottom and the fabled headphone jack will be present on the top.

And here is the comparision between LG G6 and LG V30, and we can already see that LG V30 looks better. The new thing about the V30 is it's curved sides, also smaller bezel removed that ugly LG logo on front which makes the device more neat and aesthetic compared with LG G6. 

We expect it to be powered by a Snapdragon 835 and have at least 64GB of storage and 4GB RAM, although we haven't heard anything concrete about those specs just yet. 

We are not far away from the announcement of the phone, so far we already know everything. Let us know if you like the look of it in the comments.

Source : evleaks

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Google Pixel 2 FCC Listing Reveals Android 8.0.1, ‘Active Edge’ Feature And More

5:05:00 PM

Recently, Google's next generation phones are in the air due to some leaks and other information. This year's Pixel XL successor widely rumored to be made by LG and the smaller one will be made by HTC. And last year, on August 15, HTC-made Google Pixel and Pixel XL arrived at the FCC (Fun fact: They were still “Nexus” phones then), confirming reports of HTC making the phones while also revealing some specs. 

And now, history repeats itself, HTC has once again returned to show off their latest creation, a phone we believe to be the Google Pixel 2. Thanks to these FCC filing we are sure that this is the next Google Pixel phone.

First of all, you will sse that there is this e-label for FCC filed by HTC with numerous documentation from the Taiwanese company, today’s listing (NM8G011A) includes numerous test reports discussing cellular connectivity. 

Also, there is this screenshot now which shows the new Android O Settings app which is running Android 8.0.1, running August security patch. It might be the final release of Android O, and there is this specific set of screenshots shows us more. Look in the center screenshot  under the “Languages” section – see anything fun there? That’s right, we have a confirmation on the Pixel 2 having an “Active Edge” that allows you to “squeeze for your Assistant.” Yep, the rumors of the Pixel 2 having a squeezable edge were correct.

For those who are wondering about the storage space of the phone, we got you.  This phone in particular has 64GB storage. Notice the “21% used” storage amount with 50.66GB free? A little math gets us to the 64GB, which has to have you wondering if 64GB storage is the base storage amount for the next Pixel line. The original Pixel and Pixel XL shipped with either 32GB or 128GB – no 64GB model of either existed. The FCC is calling this a “Production unit.”

Next up, you’ll notice the baseband showing “mw8998,” which should be a reference to the Qualcomm chipset the phone is running. For example, the Pixel shows a baseband with number “8996” attached and the Pixel happens to run the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 or MSM8996. There are rumors suggesting the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 run the Snapdragon 835 (or 836?), which happens to be the MSM8998. Just keep in mind that the Snapdragon 820 and 821 both fall under the MSM8996 range, but are somewhat different. So we know that the Pixel 2 runs at least a Snapdragon 835.

Since this is an FCC listing, here are all of the supported bands for all of the major US carriers:

Finally, here is what the phone’s label looks like, just for fun. You’ll see the FCC ID is NM8G011A. Last year, the Pixel and Pixel XL were NM8G-2PW2100 and NM8G-2PW4100, respectively. The break down here is “NM8” is HTC’s FCC grantee code, leaving us with G011A as the possible model number of the Pixel 2. “G” here meaning Google, of course.

Recent leaks points to the Pixel 2 sporting the same design as the original. Fortunately, the thick bottom bezel is at least now home to a speaker grill for dual front-facing audio. Of course, this is coming at the expense of a 3.5mm audio jack. Design-wise, the glass window on the rear has been shortened and no longer surrounds the fingerprint sensor.

Source : FCC

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