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Android Pie rolling out to the LG G7 One in Canada

Android 9.0 Pie has started rolling out to the LG G7 One in Canada, one user reports on XDA Forums. The firmware comes in at 800+ megabytes and includes the November security patch and camera functionality improvements. Mind you, we're talking about the G7 One, which is part of the Android One program and therefore runs on stock Android, so updates should be quick and easy. Meanwhile, the fully customized G7 ThinQ's Pie build is still in development. Source

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US SenateTRACED bill aims to end non-stop robocalls

The current situation of robocalls in the United States has blown way out of proportion. Personally, I receive at least six robocallers per day. Some are recordings, some are silent callers to see if a line is active or disconnected, and others really, really want to help me reduce my imaginary student loans. Sometimes, I'll reject a robocall and then it will call right back. three times! A new bill was drafted up by US Senator John Thune of South Dakota and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts. The bill is called the TRACED (Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence) Act...

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Midrange Google Pixel 3 Lite leaks with a headphone jack and a Snapdragon 670

We've heard of the possibility of Google announcing a mid-range Pixel device but we weren't really sure when. There were a couple of codenames that were mentioned in an APK teardown: Sargo and Bonito. These are both the names of sea-dwelling creatures like the previous codenames that Google has used for both Pixel and Nexus devices in the past. Today's new leak reveals much more about a mid-range Google phone thanks to some new leaked photos released by Rozetked, the same website that had its hands on the Google Pixel 3 XL and released a full-hands on video over a week before the official...

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iPad Pro 11 gets put through scratch, burn and bend testing

Apple recently launched an entirely redesigned iPad Pro line, in two sizes - 11" and 12.9". The smaller of those has now undergone the usual durability testing from YouTube channel JerryRigEverything. It's unusual for Zack to do this for a tablet, but the results are very interesting nevertheless. The iPad Pro 11 costs about as much as an iPhone XR, so in the grand scheme of Apple's devices it's quite reasonably priced. However, it seems like the company spent all of its focus on making it as thin as possible and forgot to add in some structural stability as well. While the tablet's...

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Xiaomi Mi A2 gets stable Android 9.0 Pie update

The Xiaomi Mi A2 has started receiving the Android 9.0 Pie update. This is the stable release and it brings with it the new gesture navigation, Adaptive battery and brightness and other improvements. Also, the November 5 security patch is included. It seems that the update is rolling out in India first (that's where the screenshot comes from). We've seen reports that it's not available in Spain or Brazil yet, so chances are the global rollout is days away. Stable Android 9.0 Pie arrives on the Xiaomi Mi A2 So, if you're in India, connect to a Wi-Fi and start downloading - the...

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Asus ROG Phone goes up for pre-order in the UK with £100 discount

After yesterday's launch in the UK, the Asus ROG Phone is finally set to hit the shelves in the country. However, you still need to wait until December 14 when the actual shipments start but if you hurry up and pre-order you can get the phone for £100 off. Otherwise, the actual price of the phone is £799 and can be found on Asus' official website. Unfortunately, though, there's still no word on the accessories and how much will they cost. We guess we will have to wait some more to find out. Source

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First Galaxy A9 (2018) software update is all about the camera

The Galaxy A9 (2018) is all about the camera experience, and it’s no wonder that the first software update for the device brings some improvements to that experience. The changelog simply mentions that camera stability and picture quality has been improved, and we’ll be trying it out to see if it makes some difference between the out-of-the-box software and the updated one.

Galaxy A9 (2018) software update rolling out

The update is rolling out in markets like the Netherlands where the phone is already on sale, but the same is also being released as the initial software for countries like India, where sales will begin in the next few days. The latter are also getting the November 2018 security patch out of the box. Sadly, the update for our unit in the Netherlands comes with the October security patch. Here’s hoping Samsung jumps to the December patch with the next update instead of delaying things regularly in some countries.

The update comes with software version A920FXXU1ARKG. If you have a Galaxy A9 (2018), you can grab the update (a 125 MB download) from the Software update menu in the phone’s settings. Wondering whether the A9 (2018) is a good purchase? Look out for our review in the coming weeks to see what we think and also check out our hands-on experience.

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