The race to deliver the first 5G smartphone has begun

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Huawei and OnePlus are in a race to launch the first 5G smartphone. Huawei, ahead of Apple for global smartphone shipments in the past two quarters and the first manufacturer to introduce in-screen fingerprint sensors and reverse wireless charging, has announced that it’s launch will take place at the Mobile World Congress next year. OnePlus claims it’s 5G handset will be the first in Europe, […]

How to update to Android 9 Pie

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Compatible devicesThe following Google devices have already been updated to Pie: Essential Phone, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL feature Android Pie out the box. The following devices are currently confirmed to be awaiting the update:Nokia check Nokia 6 (Beta) check Nokia 6.1 check Nokia 7.1HTC check U11 check U11 Life check U12+Samsung* check […]

What’s new in Android 9 Pie

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Google’s latest version of Android 9.0 or ‘Pie’ is currently available on the latest Google Pixel smartphones or the Essential Phone via an over-the-air update. As usual, those on other Android devices will have to wait for their smartphone manufacturer to deliver the update. From minor changes such as moving the time to the top left of the status bar to larger improvements in battery […]

EE switches on first 5G trial in Canary Wharf

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Canary Wharf has partnered with mobile giant EE to trial the next generation of mobile network – 5G. The complex’s two shopping centres and yet-to-be opened Crossrail station will feature the latest, fifth generation of mobile network, offering performance that dramatically out-does that of the current 3G and 4G networks. Consumers who live and work in Canary Wharf will benefit from being better connected, and the […]