Thursday, 26 September 2019

Poco F1 Will Get MIUI 11 Update, Pocophone's Alvin Tse Confirms

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Poco F1 Will Get MIUI 11 Update, Pocophone Chief Alvin Tse Confirms

MIUI 11 was officially launched along with the Mi 9 Pro and the Mi Mix Alpha smartphones at an event at China on Tuesday.

Xiaomi announced list of smartphone that will get MIUI 11, yet didn't disclose to the Poco F1. Head of Pocophone Global Alvin Tse took to Twitter to clear the confusion, and affirmed that the Poco F1 will get MIUI 11. The new skin has features like powerful text style scaling, dynamic audio effects that mirrors surrounding sounds from nature, new preloaded applications called Mi Work and Mi Go, overhauled kids mode, customisable lock screen, and more.

As specified, Tse took to Twitter to affirm that the Poco F1 will get MIUI 11. He says that Xiaomi just rollout the China list of smartphone that will get MIUI 11, and it did exclude the worldwide variations. The Poco F1 was not propelled in China, thus, it is not included in the list. Tse takes note of that MIUI 11 stable rollout will start in China in October, and the worldwide rollout will be ' bit behind but not very far'.

Tse reacted to numerous fans inquiring as to whether the Poco F1 was to get the MIUI 11 update, and if yes, then at what point in time. He says that the worldwide rollout definite date isn't known right now, yet it should not  be too long behind the China stable ROM version. To see the rollout plan for compatible Xiaomi smartphones, head here. The MIUI 11 shut beta arrival of MIUI 11 is as of now accessible for clients joining through WeChat, while its open beta will make a big appearance on September 27.

Poco F1 was unveiled in India a year ago, and it has gotten a few value cuts since then. The smartphone will be recorded with more profound price reduction of up to Rs. 4,000 during the Diwali deal beginning September 28. The 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB variations will be available at Rs. 14,999, Rs. 15,999, and Rs. 18,999 individually. To review, the Poco F1 is evaluated at Rs. 18,990 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB capacity, and Rs. 22,999 for the 8GB RAM + 256GB capacity choice. Besides, there is an extra Rs. 1,000 markdown on Amazon Pay for the 128GB model.

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Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Redmi Y2 Android Pie Update Rollout Resumes With Optimisations in Tow

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Redmi Y2 got the Android Pie update in India earlier this year. The most recent Android Pie update was showcased alongside the most recent MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM and the July Android Security Patch. 

But, Xiaomi stopped the product update rollout sometime back and explained that the product update will continue after optimisations. It would appear that Xiaomi has completed optimaisations ad, the rollout has now resumed for the budget smartphone Redmi Y2.

Xiaomi has resumed the rollout for the Redmi (Priced)Y2₹ 7,999 and has additionally posted the most recent firmware on online. At first, Xiaomi was revealing an update with MIUI as the variant number which was 1.4GB in size. The update that Xiaomi is currently providing has a MIUI form number and has a similar size. 

The earlier programming rollout brought highlights like system wide dark mode, an overhauled Game Speed Booster. The preloaded Game Speed Booster had likewise been upgraded to show hands free call length precisely when utilizing the Game Turbo mode. The Mi Cloud integration has been upgrded for better sync over numerous devices. Xiaomi likewise included another customisable Lock Screen Clock, support for double 4G VoLTE, face open for App Lock and fixed SIM card contacts issue. 

The one who had figured out how to update their Redmi Y2 smartphone before the rollout was stopped, can expect a 178MB OTA patch coupled with the security Security,claims a user report claims.

On the off chance that you have a Redmi Y2 and haven't upgraded the phone, you can check for the update physically by going to Settings > About telephone > System Update

Or if you are in hurry then you can download an updated to get to your smartphone, then from the official website, download the stable ROM and flash it. Doing this will erase all data but, we urge you to back up the phone before you proceed.

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Saturday, 6 July 2019

Samsung Charged With Misleading Galaxy Phone Series Buyers Over Water Resistance

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Water Resistence- Samsung

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is suing  Samsung over charges it misled the consumers over the nature of different smartphones' water resistance. Samsung has depicting smartphones in or close to unviable conditions, for example, pools and seas since 2016, the ACCC claims, when it didn't have a premise to make this representation.
 “The ACCC alleges Samsung’s advertisements falsely and misleadingly represented Galaxy phones would be suitable for use in, or for exposure to, all types of water, including in ocean water and swimming pools, and would not be affected by such exposure to water for the life of the phone, when this was not the case,”

ACCC Chair Rod Sims said. The claim depends on an audit of in excess of 300 promotions and advertisements.

Different Galaxy telephones are promoted as having IP68 water resistance, implying that they can remain in waters 1.5 meters deep for 30 minutes. In any case, as the ACCC calls attention to, that doesn't cover a wide range of water, and Samsung itself says that the Galaxy S10 isn't exhorted for shoreline use. 

"Samsung showed the Galaxy phones used in situations they shouldn’t be to attract customers,,"
Sims further adds, disputing that Samsung constrained users to take inform decision as they value the water resistance feature in smartphones.

 Samsung discloses to Reuters that it's stands for its marketing and plans to battle the case.

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Friday, 5 July 2019

Xiaomi’s latest MIUI 10 Beta Offers a Redesigned Settings And New Password Manager

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Xiaomi's Beta branch sees consistent upgrades by the organization, as it lays foundation for testing ground for all up and coming features to MIUI. Xiaomi as of late took the choice to end the Global Beta branch for the majority of its gadgets with impact from July 1, however the China Beta branch keeps on existing, allowing us the chance to perceive what features are coming to MIUI. With MIUI 10 China Beta 9.7.1, Xiaomi is including an overhauled settings interface, including a new password manager.

The most recent MIUI 10 China Beta was launched on July 1, 2019. This stood on the  version number 9.7.1, accompanies another settings interface, which is likely  anticipated for MIUI 11. 


The emerge change is the proposal that presently shows up, inciting clients to investigate a related setting. This is valuable for MIUI particularly, since the UX accompanies a ton of settings and customization and only one out of every odd setting is quickly discoverable. Softly prompting users to explore more settings gives off an impression of being a decent move, at first sight.

This update additionally includes another password feature, complete with autofill functionality. Autofill API was included Android 8.0 Oreo, so it shocks no one that MIUI's in-assembled password manager would have this functionality. 
 The on board password manager would apparently make it advantageous for users who basically utilize a Xiaomi gadget for their computing requirements. While we would at present suggest open-source password manager, for example, KeePass because of its effortlessness and usability, even an administration as basic as KeePass could seem overwhelming to average user/consumer. The greater part of Xiaomi's business comes in the spending limit and early mid reaches, particularly in nations like India, and it is impossible that the normal customer in those portions would be even mindful about the idea of a password manager. In that unique situation, Xiaomi's proposed feature bodes well, as it would urge these users to not set a similar password for each administration that they use. Do remember that the screen captures above are from the beginning periods of the functionality, so it stays to be perceived how Xiaomi further builds up this component.

Both the features referenced above are available on the most recent Chinese Beta for MIUI. Users outside of China should hold up some time to encounter the equivalent. Since neither of these feature require specific equipment, in contrast to 3D Air Gestures, they have an a lot higher likelihood of being made accessible to a large portion of Xiaomi's upheld gadgets.

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Thursday, 27 June 2019

Xiaomi Just Showcased the Mi CC9 Blue Variant Ahead of Launch

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Xiaomi Mi CC9 Blue
Xioami Mi CC9: Photo Credit: Weibo/Lei Jun
The Xiaomi Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e are approximately seven days from their official release, yet the company is keeping the publicity wagon at full speed. In the build up to the July 2 occasion, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has shared a couple of pictures uncovering the Dark Blue Planet variation of the Mi CC9 and has additionally presented a short video to showcase its structure. The Mi CC9's Dark Blue Planet release has a gradient design coupled with a wavy pattern on the back panel, which looks somewhat like what we have just observed on the Realme X and Realme 3 Pro. 

The Xiaomi prime supporter's Weibo post demonstrates the M 9 CC9's Dark Blue Planet variation, which displays curve streaks of electric blue and purple gradient on a dull blue setting. Jun included that accomplishing the adorable pattern on the Mi CC9's back panel was a dreary procedure and that it was more diligently than the work done on the flagship Mi 9. 

In other Weibo post by the Xiaomi official, the Xiaomi CC9's Dark Blue Planet variation can be seen from another viewpoint, boasting its triple back cameras and the engaging gradient finish. To add to the excitement of fans, Jun additionally shared a short video, which features the lovely wavy pattern and shading shift on the Mi CC9's back panel when light falls on it at various points. 

Xiaomi has officially shared pictures of the Mi CC9's white gradient version just as the retail packing of the up and coming smartphone. The company has also affirmed that the phone will don a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor at the back and a 32-megapixel front camera. More insights regarding the Mi CC9 and its increasingly moderate kin - the Mi CC9e - will be uncovered when the two smartphones are released at an occasion on July 2 in China.

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Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Have A First Look At the Images of Xiaomi Mi CC9

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Xiaomi will be announcing the Mi CC9 one week from now and we definitely know a few specs like the 48 MP primary shooter and the 32 MP selfie shooter camera. Presently the first official pictures making rounds  on the web, and it is in accordance with the TENAA posting from this month - three cameras in a vertical design with a perfect Glacier Ice White back board.

The telephone looks staggering, in spite of the fact that it has an apparent similarities to the Feather White vivo iQOO, Pearl White Huawei P30 Pro or Prism White Samsung Galaxy S10. We additionally observe USB-C and speaker grille on the base, 3.5 mm sound jack, noice-cancelling mic and an IR port on the top, volume rocker and power button at the side.

Xiaomi has just begun sending welcomes to the launch occasion occurring on July 2. The invitation bears the logos of Xiaomi and Meitu, accentuating on the fresh partnership after the obtaining a year ago.


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Tuesday, 25 June 2019

[Download]OxygenOS betas 21/13 for the OnePlus 6/6T Brings Improvements to Screen Recorder,Weather, and Phone Apps

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Today, OnePlus began to roll out the most recent OxygenOS open beta builds for its 2018 flagship smart-phones. While the changelog isn't as energizing as the last open beta launches, Open Beta 21/13 for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T separately include three fresh features and furthermore fixes a couple of bugs on each device. 

OnePlus 6 Forums

OnePlus 6T Forums

The principal new feature is the capacity to control the recording framerate of videos from the on board screen recorder, a feature which was introduced over from the OnePlus 7 Pro with open beta 19/11. The OnePlus 7 Pro's Screen Recorder does not yet be able to change the FPS prior recording the screen, yet it'll likely get this ability in a future stable OxygenOS release. Other new aspect is the capacity to revise or erase climate cards for different urban areas in the Weather application. Finally, you would now be able to alter Quick Responses in the implicit Phone application.

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Underneath you can find the incremental OTA and complete OTA download hyper-links. In case you're unrooted and on the past beta, you can sideload the steady OTA in Settings > System > System Update > Local upgrade.In case you've adjusted the boot picture in any such method, like to install TWRP or Magisk, at that point you'll have to flash the full OTA.

OnePlus 6

OnePlus 6T

 Source [Xda-Developers]

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