Smartphone with 18:9 aspect ratio display was reserved for high-end smartphones, but recently many companies including the new feature inside their mid-tier products.
Today, A Big Chinese company TCL uplift the standard for budget-friendly smartphones by adding 18:9 displays to at least one of its devices. Alcatel 3C is one of the many phones that TCL plans to introduce in the next few months and, judging by the specs list, an inexpensive one.
The update will fix numerous vulnerabilities in Android and also comes with some security updates from Samsung. This software update has rolled out in India, it should be coming to more countries soon.
You can check if the software update is available for your device from the settings menu if you install the update.
Consumer complaints that replacing batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 7 have been overheating and rapidly dropping battery power pressured to confuse the South Korean technology giants unheard of recall its quality smartphone. In South Korea, where Samsung started providing replacement handsets to costumers, the company acknowledged some users had been complaining regarding the replacement handsets, which contain non-removable batteries, on other hand, there is a good thing happening about the cellular country complaints.
Not one, not two but 17 infringement complaints filed against Chinese device producer Meizu, getting already filed a week ago, after failing to discuss a patent licensing deal without court involvement.
The complaints were submitted in the intellectual courts in Beijing and Shanghai against Meizu for infringing Qualcomm’s patents addressing a broad range of features and tech used in smartphones, such as those relevant to 3G and 4G LTE wireless communication standard, Qualcomm statement.
The company repeated what it had said when they filed the first complaint: that it has for more than a year to discussed “in good faith” with Meizu to sign a patent license contract consistent with terms accepted by China’s National Development and Reform Commission in 2015. Continue reading Qualcomm files complaints against Meizu→
Months later the Google Nexus 6P still on the tight spot of complaints by the users.
Looks to be a variety of problems along with the device. A few of them are frustrating and others look to be more serious. The most critical problem gets caused users to take their handsets back to the retail outlet.
Some users complained regarding the Google Nexus 6P moving to landscape mode and it will not be going back to portrait until the device is restarted. Other said that the device locks up when they are taking a call, some complained regarding the handset problem by failing on the touch screen display. By this issue people are returning their handset.
With this many complaints, I’m pretty sure that the company taking some action about the issues of their device. Hopefully we will see a decent Google Nexus 6P in the future.