Samsung might update its 2018-flagship smartphones with One UI 2.1

Samsung might update its 2018-flagship smartphones with One UI 2.1

Samsung might update its 2018-flagship smartphones with One UI 2.1

Samsung has been very aggressive in pushing the latest Android updates to their smartphones in the last 12 months or so. However, it is still a bit confusing, which Samsung smartphones will receive the latest Android updates. Recently, Samsung started rolling out the One UI 2.1 for its latest smartphones such as Galaxy S20-series, Galaxy S10-series, Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip. According to the list published on the Samsung Members app, the Galaxy S9-series and Galaxy Note 9 series is not among the Samsung smartphones that are supposed to receive the latest update from the company.

However, a new post on Samsung’s official forum claims that both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 will receive the One UI 2.1 update. The post also suggests that One UI 2.1 for these devices are under development and as of now they are only supposed to release in South Korea, Europe and America.

This is also not the first time that we have received this information about older flagship getting the One UI 2.1 update. Last month also, a moderator on Samsung’s forum posted the same about Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 getting One UI 2.1 update.

Going by the recent post, the update is under development, but it will be limited for a few regions only. We can assume that these devices in other regions might receive the Galaxy 2.1 update in future. However, there’s still no proof or any confirmation from Samsung about these updates as of now.

Those unaware, the One UI 2.1 is a feature-packed update. It brings support for the new Quick share feature that allows users to share files and music with other supported Galaxy smartphones. It brings some noticeable improvements to the camera as well, which include 60fps video recording to the front camera, Pro mode for videos and more.

Todoist update

Todoist update adds new ‘upcoming view’ feature

Todoist update

The development team responsible for creating the excellent Todoist task manager application and service have this week announced a new update and features in the form of the “Upcoming View”. Enabling you to “Stay on top of all your tasks due today, this week — or any week”.

“Whether you use Todoist to organize your life or work, staying on top of a busy schedule is about to get easier with new Upcoming View. It’s a bird’s eye look at your tasks that makes it simple to manage all your due dates in one place. As you start booking up your schedule, Upcoming View will help you know when you’re busy and when you’re free. If you you see a small dot below any date, that means you already have tasks due that day — if there’s no dot, you’re free so far!”

“To get started, find Upcoming right under Today in the left-hand navigation menu on any platform. You’ll see a list of all the tasks you have coming up this week, and you can scroll down to see more. To get started, find Upcoming right under Today in the left-hand navigation menu on any platform. You’ll see a list of all the tasks you have coming up this week, and you can scroll down to see more.”

To learn more about the new features rolling out in the latest Todoist update jump over to the official Todoist blog post.

Source : Todoist

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Nokia 9 PureView gets Android 10 operating system update in India

Nokia 9 PureView gets Android 10 operating system update in India

Just a day after rolling out Android 10 update to its budget smartphone, Nokia 6.2, HMD Global has now announced that it is rolling out the update of the latest Android version to its flagship smartphone of 2019, Nokia 9 PureView in India.

Last month, HMD Global revised its plans of rolling out Android 10 to all its handsets in 2020. In a tweet, Juho Sarvikas, chief product officer HMD Global announced the new plan and so far, the company has been sticking to the plan.

“As of today, Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.2, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.2, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 2.3 and Nokia 2.2 are all upgraded to Android 10,” said the company in a press statement.

Earlier this year, HMD Global announced a price cut for Nokia 9 PureView in India. The handset that was launched globally in February 2019 at the Mobile World Congress came to India in July 2019 at Rs 49,999. However, earlier this year, it got a price cut of Rs 15,000 and has been listed on Nokia’s official India website at Rs 34,999.

Nokia 9 PureView specifications
Available in only one storage variant, the Nokia 9 PureView packs 6GB LPPDDR4X RAM and 128GB internal storage. The highlight of the handset is its 5-lens camera setup on the back of 12MP resolution each. All the sensors are said to work simultaneously to capture the image and then fused together into one 12MP photo. For the selfie lovers, there is a 20MP front facing camera.

Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, the smartphone offers a 5.99-inch pOLED display of QHD+ (1440×2960 pixels) resolution, 18.5:9 aspect ratio and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It is backed by a 3320mAh battery and offers Qi wireless charging support.

Apple Support Dark Mode: Apple Support app gets a new update with support for dark mode

Apple Support Dark Mode: Apple Support app gets a new update with support for dark mode

Apple has released a major update of the Apple Support app for iPhone and iPad that brings it to version 4.0. The update brings a new user interface, including the support for dark mode. This means that if a user selects dark mode on their device, this app will be in sync with that mode, after the latest update.

Besides that, the update also includes step-by-step guides for various topics as dependence on at-home support has increased in the past couple of months.

Further, the Apple Support app now accumulates the information about all the Apple services and subscriptions a user owns.

Here is the complete release note of the app on Apple App Store:

• All new customized user interface, including Dark Mode support

• Get smarter solutions for even more topics using guided, step-by-step troubleshooting

• It’s now easier to find support for all of your Apple services and subscriptions

• New and improved chat and call experiences

Meanwhile, as we are heading close to the dates of WWDC, more and more information about the next iOS version — iOS 14 — are surfacing.

Earlier this month, it was reported that Apple is working on a feature, which will enable iPhone users to first try apps and then install them later. As reported by 9to5Mac, a code from iOS 14 revealed a new API called Clips, which will enable apps to provide “interactive and dynamic content” before they are installed on an iPhone.

The Clips API is expected to be linked to a QR code reader, which is said to scan the codes which will then launch the app on a card. The app developers will have the right to select the part of their app which they want to show up on a card. The card will also consist of an option of downloading the full version of the app.

Nokia 9 PureView gets Android 10 operating system update in India - Latest News

Nokia 9 PureView gets Android 10 operating system update in India – Latest News

Just a day after rolling out Android 10 update to its budget smartphone, Nokia 6.2, HMD Global has now announced that it is rolling out the update of the latest Android version to its flagship smartphone of 2019, Nokia 9 PureView in India.

Last month, HMD Global revised its plans of rolling out Android 10 to all its handsets in 2020. In a tweet, Juho Sarvikas, chief product officer HMD Global announced the new plan and so far, the company has been sticking to the plan.

“As of today, Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.2, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.2, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 2.3 and Nokia 2.2 are all upgraded to Android 10,” said the company in a press statement.

Earlier this year, HMD Global announced a price cut for Nokia 9 PureView in India. The handset that was launched globally in February 2019 at the Mobile World Congress came to India in July 2019 at Rs 49,999. However, earlier this year, it got a price cut of Rs 15,000 and has been listed on Nokia’s official India website at Rs 34,999.

Nokia 9 PureView specifications
Available in only one storage variant, the Nokia 9 PureView packs 6GB LPPDDR4X RAM and 128GB internal storage. The highlight of the handset is its 5-lens camera setup on the back of 12MP resolution each. All the sensors are said to work simultaneously to capture the image and then fused together into one 12MP photo. For the selfie lovers, there is a 20MP front facing camera.

Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, the smartphone offers a 5.99-inch pOLED display of QHD+ (1440×2960 pixels) resolution, 18.5:9 aspect ratio and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It is backed by a 3320mAh battery and offers Qi wireless charging support.