When it launches next month, the OnePlus 6T might be slightly more expensive than the OnePlus 6 that hit stores a few months ago. But the good news is that is will also be easier to find in certain markets than any other OnePlus phone to date.
A few weeks ago, we learned that T-Mobile might be the first US carrier to sell OnePlus phones — specifically the OnePlus 6T that’s going to be unveiled on October 30th. Since then, we saw more evidence that OnePlus is preparing to support carrier launches soon. The company updated its bootloader unlock procedure to include steps that hint carrier versions of its OnePlus 6T will soon be available in stores.
Fans of massive computer displays that afford gorgeous, ultra-wide views — behold: The world’s first 49-inch dual QHD monitor has arrived, thanks to Dell, as part of an expansion of its UltraSharp monitor family geared especially toward the workplace and professional users.
Dell designed the monitor, which boasts a 32:9 aspect ratio and 5120×1440 resolution, to be able to accommodate either one or two people comfortably. Picture-by-Picture mode allows for multi-tasking content from two different PCs, and a built-in keyboard, video and mouse help users shift around between and edit content using a single keyboard and mouse.
Always On Display was recently launched for android phones. Samsung’s latest advancements S7 and S7 edge along with the other plethora of advancements has originated with the ideas of allowing an always display mode. Once enabled, this feature keeps the clock, date and other trivial information such as the lock and battery signs for on the screen for a quick glance. However, this feature is not only confined to Samsung flagships but other Android phones too!Always On Display – The Benefits
Initially, AOD gained popularity through the first Moto X and its movement triggering display. The basic motive behind this advancement was the customer’s convenience, but this [...]
Even though the Galaxy Note 9 launched just a few months ago, the first Note 10 rumors are already here. A few days ago, a report from Korea said that Samsung is considering removing the headphone jack from flagship devices, with the Note 10 or Galaxy S11 supposed to be the first to follow in Apple’s footsteps (despite the fact that Samsung ruthlessly mocked Apple for ditching the headphone jack). Now, a new report from a Samsung insider brings us another exciting detail about the Note 10, one that seems to further confirm earlier rumors.