Chinese phone maker Meizu made headlines earlier this year with the Meizu Zero, an attention snatching, yet ultimately failed portless concept device. Now, the company is back with a more conventional flagship, the Meizu 16s. It comes with a dual-camera setup, no notch, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and Android 9.
Let’s first address the elephant in the room, the 48MP and 20MP rear cameras. The primary camera is supposedly great for low-light photos with an optical image stabilization system and some engineering that allows it to capture more lights with clusters of pixels on the main lens. Read More
Alcatel is has announced a new phone, the Avalon V — but this budget device isn’t what makes the announcement special. It’s Alcatel’s first phone on the Verizon network, and it’s available now.
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It may be a gaming phone, but the Razer Phone 2 is one of our favorite Android smartphones of the year right now. Today, the company has officially announced a new Razer Phone 2 variant with the matte “Satin Black” color.
We might not know what the Q will stand for, but we are sure these phones will see it arrive.
Android Q is upon us, at least in early beta form for developers to use so they are ready once things go gold. That’s more important than ever as we’re seeing phone makers adopt newer versions of Android on existing models in greater numbers, and doing it faster than ever — even though it’s still not very fast at all. That’s how things work in Androidland, and it takes time for all the cooks to add their own spices and make each phone something unique.