LG G8 ThinQ: Good, but not that good if you don’t know how to use it

LG G8 ThinQ: Good, but not that good if you don’t know how to use it

The LG G-Series has been a good media phone. It is both cool in photography and music since the beginning of time. Sadly, the new LG G8 was not able to live up with the reputation. Reviewers claim that the LG G8 only has an average camera. I, for one, is a huge fan of the LG G-series and phone photography (phonetography), so I did my own review of the device. To start with, here are the LG G8 camera features: Front Camera 8MP standard lens (ƒ1.7 aperture, 1.22μm pixels, 80-degree…

Android today: Samsung Galaxy View 2 is here, Google Camera mod, and Huawei P30 Pro ‘Moon Mode’ scam

Android today: Samsung Galaxy View 2 is here, Google Camera mod, and Huawei P30 Pro ‘Moon Mode’ scam

While everyone is lining up in the cinemas for the much-awaited Avengers Endgame, Android is making huge breakthroughs in the mobile industry and every Android fan is hyped about it. Here is the latest news on Android today. Samsung Galaxy View 2 arrives Samsung finally released the renders of the Galaxy View 2 on its YouTube channel. Its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy View, launched in 2015 and it took the company over 3 years to work with the new version. As expected, the Samsung…

Due to bad reviews, Samsung Galaxy Fold is put on hold and reportedly working on one more foldable phone

Due to bad reviews, Samsung Galaxy Fold is put on hold and reportedly working on one more foldable phone

Samsung Galaxy Fold kicked off with an unparalleled hype yet a disappointing outcome when reviewers from most popular publishers posted negative reviews on Twitter. The review suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Fold is not yet ready for the market. For one, the permanent screen can be misjudged as a temporary plastic cover screen and normal consumers might remove it at first glance, resulting in permanent screen damage. Another reviewer discovered the foldable smartphone damage itself just by…

Xiaomi Black Shark 2: Heavy but speedy mobile gaming phone

Xiaomi Black Shark 2: Heavy but speedy mobile gaming phone

Xiaomi Black Shark has finally released its sequel. Introducing Black Shark 2, a full-metal gaming phone with a speedy performance at an affordable price. Some of its predecessor features have been retained with some added touch of modernization. Gaming phones are essentially the most in-demand phones today aside from photography phones. Most of the brands today are focused on performance over slick, innovative features. Because, most consumers no longer care on how great the phone’s…

Samsung Galaxy Fold, or Fail? The hype phone may not yet be ready for the market

Samsung Galaxy Fold, or Fail? The hype phone may not yet be ready for the market

Many have waited, many applauded, yet, many may be disappointed once the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Fold is released to the market this coming April 26. Apparently, the foldable phone by one of the most respected brands in the mobile industry has shortcomings, according to major tech reviewers we know today: Reviewers from major publications were given the opportunity to examine the foldable phone and posted their findings on Twitter. And one might say, it’s not that promising. Here’s…

Android Games Update: Metal Slug lands on Android, and Summoners War celebrates 5 years

Android Games Update: Metal Slug lands on Android, and Summoners War celebrates 5 years

While Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and PUBG Mobile remains two of the most popular and addictive games on Android today, game developers continue to compete in the shadows, and there are other mobile RPGs which still ranks on top. Some developers continue to create games to give players something new to look out for. We know Bethesda broke our heart with the beta release of Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, but there are other promising new games out there. Here are some of the latest updates on Google…

Google Today: Second Android Q beta, Google Home Hub rebranding, and new Pixel Phone coming up

Google Today: Second Android Q beta, Google Home Hub rebranding, and new Pixel Phone coming up

There’s a lot going on with Google before the Lenten season. And it’s not the holiday, it’s just Google. Without further ado, here is everything new about your favorite billion-dollar company. Second Android Q beta now available for Pixel phones Google announced the second Android Q developer preview on Android Developers Blog following the launch of the first version that happened back in March. The new version features what Google calls as Bubbles. Built into Android’s…

Data Privacy: Facebook is acting up again, and new Android Q permission rules

Data Privacy: Facebook is acting up again, and new Android Q permission rules

Data privacy has been an issue since ever. Developers have been trying ways to improve data security. However, data leaks tend to happen from time to time and there hasn’t been an ultimate solution for this problem. Here are some of the latest news about data privacy that may affect you and me. Facebook – disable accounts are not entirely private accounts Facebook is probably the least secured social media platform when in it comes to user privacy you can ever think of. Not because…

Google Play Store: The future, the developer option, and the internal app sharing

Google Play Store: The future, the developer option, and the internal app sharing

Google Play Store has been the one-stop-shop for all things Android. It’s arguably the best source out there for legit apps, although it has its own issues way back 2018. In 9to5Google’s APK teardown recently, it revealed that the platform might get some major updates. Destination for future Android updates Version 14.5.52 of the Play Store include several strings related to downloading and installing a System Update. Currently, system updates are done via the Settings menu. The…

Elder Scrolls: Blades early access review – not bad, not that good either

Elder Scrolls: Blades early access review – not bad, not that good either

Bethesda opened early access of the highly anticipated mobile RPG Elder Scrolls: Blades to everyone over the weekend. There’s been a big expectation before the game came about since it is expected to live up Skyrim’s promise which hit a major success on console and PC. Disclaimer: this review is based on the early access only, therefore the game is not totally polished, and any negative review is understandable. Bethesda is using this early access to work out some possible bugs and…