Google replaced blobmoji as the standard emoji in Android last year with Android 8.0 Oreo. Now, however, it’s finally bringing it back — sort of. Users can download blobmoji as sticker packs in Google’s Gboard.
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The Moto G6 is one of the best cheap phones you can buy, especially if you’re on a CDMA carrier in the US. Amazon offers a Prime Exclusive version of that phone and has since launch. Starting today, there’s a new Prime SKU of the phone available only at Amazon. The special edition Moto G6 has additional storage and RAM, but the price is a bit higher.
The new Amazon version of this phone packs 64GB of storage, which is twice what you get in the regular one. Read More
The Samsung Gear 360 started dropping in price just a month after it became available, and that trend hasn’t stopped since. For Prime Day, it’s dropped all the way to $92, which is the all-time lowest price we’ve ever seen by over $20.
$92 for this thing is a fantastic price. It comes with its own handle instead of a tripod base. Two 8.4MP CMOS fisheye lenses work together to create 15MP photos and 4K videos at 24fps. Read More
The first-party fabric and Google Earth Live cases for the Pixel 2 and 2 XL were among our favorites when we reviewed them, but the high price tag associated with Google’s self-branded cases probably prevented many of our readers from picking one up. Thankfully for them, Best Buy has marked down the Carbon and Rock cases for the Pixel 2 and 2 XL by half.
The only unfortunate drawback is that you’ll need to pop for shipping if you order via Best Buy’s site, but many store locations have the item in stock for easy pickup. Read More
The dawn of 5G is almost here, and while the 2019 iPhones aren’t likely to support the faster wireless data speed standard, it’s still probable that Apple will adopt 5G soon after that. Android will be the first to 5G, just like it was for 4G a few years ago, and Samsung phones will probably be among the first devices to support ultra-fast wireless networks.
With the advent of 5G, however, faster data transfer will need next-gen smartphone parts to handle the faster speeds, including RAM and flash memory. And it just so happens that there’s a new RAM standard ready to handle all the 5G needs.