Google Fi, formerly known as Project Fi, is finally compatible with iPhones (though still in beta) and some of the most popular Android smartphones from Samsung, Huawei or OnePlus. But despite a simple pricing structure, Google's wireless service is still one of the industry's most expensive.
The Google Play Store error 406 occurs when you’re downloading or installing an application. It may happen to all Android users regardless of the brand and model of the phone since it’s not an app-...
A totally new phone design needs a totally fresh interface.
Google Fi for iPhone is finally here, and its also launching on a number of Android devices, even ones from Samsung.
Project Fi has made the leap that all fledgling Google projects aspire to - after around three-and-a-half years, it has dropped the "project" and evolved into "Google Fi," with a brand new logo to boot. Along with the name change, Google has announced that the wireless provider now supports "the majority of Android devices," including Samsung and OnePlus handsets, and iPhones (in beta).
Samsung's head of interface design got on stage during its developer conference keynote in San Francisco a few weeks back and detailed what is perhaps the biggest interface overhaul in the phone brand's history. Dubbed One UI, this Android 9.0 Pie interface of Samsung will start replacing the current Experience UI as soon as the holidays are done, at least for the Galaxy Note 8/9, S8/S9 and S8+/S9+ owners
If you're shopping for a new Android smartphone and you want something manageable, then the best of Samsung and Google must be on your radar. But which is better? Google's Pixel 3 or Samsung's Galaxy S9? Find out as we compare them.
The #Samsung #Galaxy #Note9 is a premium Android smartphone that’s best known as the latest member in the Note series of devices. This phone has a solid build quality made of an Aluminum frame and...
Beta pie is better than nothing.
Project Fi may be open to more Android devices. Actually, even iPhones will soon be ready on Project Fi. Google is expected to announce the wireless service will be available for more mobile devices and not just those we’ve previously listed like the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2 XL, and some LG phones.
We recently heard a rumor that Samsung would be adding the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to their Android One UI and Android 9 Pie beta program in the US. Owners of the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 can now register to test out the new Android 9 beta on their device. We heard earlier that Samsung
Since the official stable version of the Android Pie with Samsung's brand new One UI on top is coming in January, the company's developers are working hard on the beta release to squash all the bugs. Today the second update to the Android Pie beta is being pushed to a number of Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices with some improvements to the front shooter.