Author: Abhin Mahipal

Abhin’s love for all things tech started when he got his first smartphone, Galaxy S (the first), in 2010. Since then, he has been crazy about technology and tried out all major Android flagships from Samsung, and HTC. He currently uses a Google Pixel 4a as his daily driver.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 will feature a square-shaped in-display fingerprint sensor with 8mm sides. Samsung was one of the early adopters of the under-display fingerprint sensor technology. When it first introduced the tech in 2019 with the launch of Galaxy S10, it was plagued with a lot of issues, including giving access to unauthorized users. But luckily, Samsung addressed the issues rather quickly and rolled out an update within a matter of few days. Samsung has since perfected the technology and the Galaxy S20 series featured a much better and faster fingerprint sensor. And now, according to a new…

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Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52 (5G). Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is an upcoming mid-range smartphone from Samsung. As the name suggests, it is the successor to 2019 Galaxy A51, and will soon be part of the company’s budget-friendly A-series lineup. Now for the uninitiated, the Galaxy A51 — launched in Dec 2019 — is an affordable Android phone with impressive specs. In terms of specs, the handset features a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display with a hole punch 32MP camera at the top, 4/6/8GB of RAM, 64/128GB storage, four rear cameras…

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Here is everything you need to know about Sony Xperia Android 11 update, including its features and the list of eligible devices. Wondering when Android 11 update will come to your Xperia smartphone? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will be covering everything from news and features to bugs and hiccups related to the rollout of Sony Xperia Android 11 update. Upcoming Sony smartphones including Xperia 1 III and Xperia 5 III will run Android 11 out of the box. But let’s say you own any of the previous generation Xperia handsets that run Android…

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Let’s take a quick look at everything we know so far about the upcoming Sony Xperia 10 III. Sony Xperia 10 III is an upcoming budget Android phone from Sony’s Xperia brand, which will launch alongside Xperia 1 III and Xperia 5 III sometime in 2021. While we won’t get to see the smartphone until early next year, we do have some pre-launch information that we thought would be interesting to share. For the uninitiated, the Xperia 10 III is the successor to the company’s 2020 mid-range phone Xperia 10 II. For nearly $400, the handset offers good value for…

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When searching for applications to install on your mobile device, you will usually head to the App Store or the Google Play Store. The former is where you will find a huge selection of apps for Apple devices and the latter is home to Android apps. However, the App Store and Google Play Store are not the only places where you can find apps and there are third-party app stores available. One of the best third-party app stores is GetJar. Self-proclaimed as ‘the biggest open app store in the world’, you will find over 500,000 different apps available and there…

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Let’s take a look at everything we know so far about the upcoming Sony Xperia 5 III smartphone. If you love compact phones but don’t like the options available in the market, you might want to hold out for the launch of the Sony Xperia 5 III (also written as Sony Xperia 5 Mark III). Compact phones are a dying market, and Sony and Apple are the only two brands that still make handsets that fit comfortably inside your pocket. Sony releases compact phones under their Xperia 5 series, and the Xperia 5 II is the latest addition to the…

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These are the best Sony Album app alternatives you should be using on your Xperia phone right now. Sony Album missing or not working on your shiny new Xperia handset? It’s been a long time coming, but Sony’s plan to let go of their Album app has become glaringly obvious with the recent omission of the beloved app in their latest flagship offering, the Xperia 1 II. Outraged Xperia users took it to various online forums to vent their disagreement, but – unfortunately – at this point, they have no choice but to look for an apt alternative that has…

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If you’re planning to jump the cord-cutters bandwagon anytime soon, this may be the right time as SelectTV is now offering a massive deal on their streaming service. Originally priced at $29.99 for one year, the service is now going for just $59 for a lifetime worth of unlimited movies, TV shows, radio stations, and live channels. As if that wasn’t already enough, you also get a free HD antenna although you’ll have to take care of the shipping costs. Besides, there are also 9 months worth of free trial from premium streaming services including HBONow, Showtime, Netflix, Hulu, CBS…

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Here is the complete list of annoying Clash of Clans problems and their respective fixes. Are you one of those users facing problems with the Clash of Clans app? Well then, you’ve come to the right place as we’ve just compiled all common issues in the CoC app here in one place to make things easier for you. Clash of Clans, also known as CoC, is hands down one of the best strategy games available for Android and iOS out there. But just like every other app, it is not completely void of issues. Fortunately, these issues are almost always…

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Android is one of the two biggest mobile platforms in the world, competing with Apple’s iOS for the top spot. However, their journey to the top wasn’t so simple. They faced much adversity and had to innovate the phone market to get their name heard. We want to celebrate their journey by outlining some of their most significant innovations, which served as great steppingstones to their current-day stature. Introducing Droid After phone releases in partnership with giants HTC, Motorola, and Samsung, Android then landed a partnership with Verizon. They were then struggling to find a phone to compete with Apple’s…

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