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  • Xiaomi Mi Max 2 may land in India on July 23

    Xiaomi’s supersized Mi Max 2 could make its debut in India on July 23.

    The Mi Max turned out to be one of Xiaomi’s best phones of 2016, and the company is launching its successor in China tomorrow. According to a tweet sent out by Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain, the Mi Max 2 is coming to India on July 23:

    23 Jan: 250K+ #RedmiNote4. 23 Mar: 250K+ #Redmi4A. 23 May: 250K+ #Redmi4 🤘Any suggestions on what we should do on 23rd July? 🤔😎@XiaomiIndia— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) May 24, 2017

    Jain doesn’t reference the Mi Max 2 by name, but the launch window lines up with what we’ve seen in the past. The latest rumors suggest the Mi Max 2 will retain a 6.44-inch Full HD display, with the phone powered by a Snapdragon 626 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, 12MP camera, 5MP front camera, and a 5000mAh battery. Xiaomi is also rumored to launch a variant powered by the Snapdragon 660.

    We’ll have all the details on the Mi Max 2 tomorrow. As for the …

  • Best Phones in India

    Update, May 2017: The Galaxy S8+ is now our top pick for the best phone in India. The Pixel is still a great phone, but the S8+ offers much more for its asking price.

    Best Overall
    Also great
    Best mid-range option
    Best budget phone
    Best value for money
    Best entry-level phone

    Best overall

    Samsung Galaxy S8+

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    The Galaxy S8+ is Samsung’s most ambitious phone yet. Its defining feature — the bezel-less Infinity Display — is nothing short of incredible. The glass panel curves on all sides and merges seamlessly with the metal frame, creating a design aesthetic that’s unmatched.

    The lack of bezels has allowed Samsung to fit a 6.2-inch display in a smaller chassis, making it easier to use. The QHD Super AMOLED panel sets the bar for smartphone displays, offering deep blacks and sharp colors.

    Samsung hasn’t cut corners anywhere else — the 12MP camera is class-leading in its own right, the phone retains its IP68 dust and water resistance, you get 64GB o…

  • You can now use Google Opinion Rewards to score Play Store credit in India, Singapore, and Turkey

    Get Play Store credit by taking part in surveys.

    Google Opinion Rewards is now live in India, Singapore, and Turkey, allowing customers from these markets to participate in surveys to get Play Store credit.

    In the U.S., customers get up to $1 in credit for a survey, and in India the payout starts from ₹10. That’s what I received for the survey I completed, but the figure should change based on the survey.

    The launch is a win-win as it gives customers the ability to pay for digital content they normally wouldn’t (piracy is rampant in India). The platform is cost-effective for advertisers as well, and gives them valuable feedback from millions of users from various socioeconomic backgrounds.

    Eager to get started? Download the app from the Play Store, select your Google account, and answer a few basic questions about yourself.

    Let us know how you’re liking Google Opinion Rewards in the comments.

  • Motorola’s first phone with dual rear cameras is the Moto G5S Plus

    Motorola is bringing dual rear cameras to the mid-range segment.

    It looks like dual rear cameras will be the defining trend this year. We’ve already seen Xiaomi roll out the feature in the Mi 6, and OnePlus is rumored to offer a dual-camera setup in the OnePlus 5. Motorola is jumping on the bandwagon, with the Moto G5S Plus set to become the first phone from the manufacturer to sport two cameras at the back.

    Leaked renders by Gear India reveal a desing that’s identical to what we’ve seen yesterday with the Moto G5S, albeit with two cameras at the back. We don’t know if Motorola will resort to a similar implementation as Huawei — offering a monochrome sensor paired with an RGB lens — or if it’ll use the secondary sensor as a telephoto lens like the Mi 6.

    The Moto G5S Plus is said to offer a 5.5-inch Full HD display, and an all-metallic chassis that will be available in three color options — grey, gold, and silver. It looks like that blue variant is limited to th…

  • Google Opinion Rewards is now available in India, Singapore, and Turkey

    Without a doubt, Google’s Opinion Rewards app is how I’ve bought most of the apps in my library. For the small price of a few surveys, you can usually get some Play credit tacked onto your account. We’ve had the app here in the States for some time no…

  • The Galaxy S8 Active has been leaked by the Wireless Power Consortium

    The Wireless Power Consortium was formed in 2008, to promote the Qi wireless charging technology in consumer products. It looks like someone at the WPC has messed up, as the unannounced Galaxy S8 Active has appeared on the site.
    The below picture give…

  • PayPal integration in Android Pay is going live

    PayPal integration in Android Pay has been a long time coming. We first spotted it in a teardown back in January, and an official announcement came last month. Now the feature appears to be going live, at least for some users.

    In addition to the below splash screen that some users are seeing, the page for supported banks and cards has been updated to include PayPal. The page says that any banks or cards that PayPal supports will work with Android Pay, so if your bank/card provider has been slow to adopt Android Pay, this can be a workaround.

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    PayPal integration in Android Pay is going live was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • PayPal integration in Android Pay is going live

    PayPal integration in Android Pay has been a long time coming. We first spotted it in a teardown back in January, and an official announcement came last month. Now the feature appears to be going live, at least for some users.

    In addition to the below splash screen that some users are seeing, the page for supported banks and cards has been updated to include PayPal. The page says that any banks or cards that PayPal supports will work with Android Pay, so if your bank/card provider has been slow to adopt Android Pay, this can be a workaround.

    Read More

    PayPal integration in Android Pay is going live was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Voice updated to 5.2, adds new widgets and call screening [APK Download]

    Today Google started rolling out another update to Google Voice, bringing things up to 5.2 The new version of the app brings widgets in three new sizes. It also provides a new setting in the app for the 7-year-old call screening feature. The feature h…

  • 31 new and notable Android games from the last week (5/17/17 – 5/23/17)

    multi-page article
    Page 1 Page 2Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.
    Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, whic…

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