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  • MIUI 9.2 now rolling out to Mi Mix 2, Redmi Note 4, Redmi Y1, and more

    MIUI 9.2 brings a host of new features to the popular ROM.

    Xiaomi released MIUI 9.2 earlier this month, and the ROM is now rolling out to a range of Xiaomi devices including the Redmi Note 4, Mi Mix 2, Redmi Y1, and others. The update brings a host of new features to the stable build. including the ability to remove background elements from images. The feature was demoed during the launch of MIUI 9, and this is the first time it is being available on the stable channel.

    If you’re interested, the download links are now available on MIUI’s website if you want to flash the files directly. The update will be rolling out to more devices shortly, but there’s no

    Here’s the full changelog detailing all the new features:


    New – Mi Mover, supports data migration restarting. During migrating data to the new phone, device hotspot connection will be restored automatically in case of interruption to complete the data migration. (10-25)
    New – Simplified the UI (10-31)

  • Vivo X20 Plus with in-display fingerprint sensor launching this week

    The first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor is launching in China later this week.

    Vivo showed off its first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor earlier this month, and the company is now ready to put the device into production. The phone of choice is the X20 Plus, which made its debut last September. The phone is now being retrofitted with Synaptics in-display sensor, which is located near the bottom of the display.

    This particular variant of the X20 Plus made its way through TENAA — China’s equivalent of the FCC — last week, giving us a look at the specs on offer. The phone is likely to sport a 6.43-inch OLED 18:9 display with an FHD+ resolution, 2.2GHz octa-core chipset (Snapdragon 660), 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, dual 12MP + 5MP cameras at the back, 12MP front shooter, and a 3800mAh battery.

    Synaptics has mentioned that its in-display fingerprint sensor will be available in over 70 million devices in 2018, so it’s likely we’ll see a …

  • Xiaomi may launch the Redmi Note 5 in India in February

    Xiaomi teases the imminent launch of the Redmi Note 5 in India.

    After a frenetic launch schedule during the latter half of 2017 that saw the introduction of the Mi A1, Mi Mix 2, Redmi 5A, and the Redmi Y1, Xiaomi is having an unusually quiet start to the year. However, if a recent tweet by Xiaomi India PR lead Clinton Jeff is any indication, that’s all set to change next month.

    Next month is going to be lit 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥— Clinton Jeff (@clintonjeff) January 19, 2018

    Although Jeff doesn’t go into any specifics, we’re likely to see the Redmi 5 Plus make its debut in the country. The device launched to much fanfare last month in China, and considering Xiaomi’s increased focus on the Indian market, the manufacturer would undoubtedly be looking to bring it to India soon.

    Furthermore, we’re just over a year out from the launch of the Redmi Note 4, and while it continues to rack up sales, we’re due a new device in the series. Only problem with that …

  • Opera Mini and Mobile now block cryptocurrency-mining scripts

    Over the past few months, websites have begun to capitalize on the increasing value of cryptocurrency in not-so-great ways. Numerous websites have started to include scripts that use your device’s processing power to mine cryptocurrencies. While the scripts usually aren’t as noticeable on desktop computers, they can slow smartphones down to a crawl and drain the battery.

    Opera today announced that it is adding crypto-jacking protection to Opera Mini and Mobile for Android, as part of the browsers’ ad-blocking feature.

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    Opera Mini and Mobile now block cryptocurrency-mining scripts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Latest OpenSignal State of the Mobile Networks report shows T-Mobile still on top, Verizon and AT&T recovering

    OpenSignal’s bi-yearly carrier report for the US was just released, and T-Mobile’s rampage from last year seems to be continuing. Although both Verizon and AT&T are seeing some recovery in network speed after the reintroduction of their unlimited plans last year, T-Mobile has again topped nearly every category in OpenSignal’s testing. Sprint, though still in 4th overall, is also making great strides in both speed and availability.

    According to OpenSignal, T-Mobile’s average LTE download speed has hit 19.42Mbps, which is a significant improvement of 10% over the last six months.

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    Latest OpenSignal State of the Mobile Networks report shows T-Mobile still on top, Verizon and AT&T recovering was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Here are the best deals from Amazon’s Great Indian Sale

    Get your wallets ready.

    Amazon is kicking off 2018 with another instalment of the Great Indian Sale. The retailer is offering exciting discounts on phones, accessories, fashion and lifestyle products, and digital content. One of the highlights of the sale is a ₹3,000 discount on the LG Q6, which brings the price of the phone down to ₹11,990. If you’re interested in a physical keyboard, the KEYone is available for ₹34,999.

    Amazon has been increasing focus on its own brands — including Solimo, Symbol and Myx but the most interesting of the lot is AmazonBasics. If you haven’t come across the brand yet, AmazonBasics has everything from cables to audio gear, mobile accessories, bags, and even luggage. Having bought a variety of HDMI and Ethernet cables, I can attest to their quality. And the prices are unbelievably low.

    Over the last month, Amazon has been adding bedding sets and kitchen essentials to AmazonBasics, and considering the deep discounts, it’s wort…

  • The Mi Robot vacuum is my favorite Xiaomi product, and now there’s a new one

    The successor to the Mi Robot vacuum is here, and it brings a host of upgrades.

    Xiaomi’s primarily known for its phones, but the Chinese manufacturer is increasingly looking to the lifestyle segment to drive future growth. Xiaomi collaborates with hundreds of Chinese manufacturers for its Mi Ecosystem label, through which it sells everything from rice cookers to scooters, luggage, screwdriver sets, and more. One of the earliest products to come out of the Mi Ecosystem line was the Mi Robot vacuum, a $250 robotic vacuum cleaner with LIDAR and automated cleaning routes.

    I bought Xiaomi’s Mi Robot vacuum on a whim back in 2016, and it turned out to be one of my best purchases. The vacuum has a powerful 1800Pa motor, 5200mAh battery, a total of 12 sensors that allow it to navigate the inner confines of your house, and an intelligent routing algorithm through which it can determine the most efficient cleaning routes.

    The one downside of the Mi Robot vacuum was that it doesn’t have a …

  • [Deal Alert] Save $50 on JBL Link speakers with Google Assistant

    If you’re looking to pick up a smart speaker with Google Assistant, but would prefer it to be portable and not resemble an air freshener, JBL has some good options for you, and they’ve each been discounted by $50 at several retailers.

    The battery-powered JBL Link 10 is discounted $50, from $150 to $100, and the larger Link 20 is down from $200 to $150. These IPX7 waterproof speakers have Google Assistant and Chromecast capabilities built in, and JBL claims the Link 10 will give you 5 hours of play time, and the Link 20 will run for 10 hours. (Why not just number them based on their playback time and call them the Link 5 and Link 10 so no one gets confused?

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    [Deal Alert] Save $50 on JBL Link speakers with Google Assistant was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Moto X4 Android One now offered as replacement for faulty Nexus 5X phones on Project Fi in lieu of crappy $53 payout

    By now, you’re all probably familiar with the Nexus 5X and its tendency to bootloop. This has caused some major headaches, especially to those Nexus 5X owners on Project Fi who purchased Device Protection (formerly known as Nexus Protect). However, Project Fi support is now offering the Moto X4 Android One as replacements for faulty 5Xes, which makes a lot more sense than a paltry $53 check.

    In our original post, we mentioned that “Google should probably just offer [the Moto X4 Android One] as a replacement considering 5X owners have put up with a phone that commits suicide every few months.” Lo and behold, Google is doing exactly that.

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    Moto X4 Android One now offered as replacement for faulty Nexus 5X phones on Project Fi in lieu of crappy $53 payout was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 100 days with the Note 8: Impressive, but not for everyone

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a wonderful smartphone. But after 100 days, every smartphone doesn’t just show its sweet side; it also starts revealing minor or major weaknesses. The Galaxy Note 8 is no exception.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

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