AndroidSPIN Google Android News, Phones and Tablets, Software and hardware reviews and more2016-07-28T17:39:44Z http://androidspin.com/feed/atom/WordPress Stormy Beach https://plus.google.com/+StormyBeach <![CDATA[Noodlecake Studios brings ‘Try Harder’ to the Play Store and itch.io]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171147 2016-07-28T17:39:44Z 2016-07-28T17:39:44Z NoodleCake Studios is a company name that might ring a bell to those that love a bit more indie type games. They have brought me hours of fun with the Super Stickman Golf series, Alto’s Adventure, Mikey Shorts and many others. This morning they have launched another title that is sure to be well received, […]

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NoodleCake Studios is a company name that might ring a bell to those that love a bit more indie type games. They have brought me hours of fun with the Super Stickman Golf series, Alto’s Adventure, Mikey Shorts and many others. This morning they have launched another title that is sure to be well received, Try Harder.

Try Harder, in a nutshell, is a side scrolling endless runner platform. The controls are simple (tap to jump and hold to glide), the power-ups are ridiculous and the deaths are often. Hence the name, Try Harder. Each death will leave your lifeless body intact, making it not only easy to see if you beat your previous run, but they also act as helpful platforms over the deadly trap that got you the previously. As your patience thins for the configuration you are on, you have the ability to randomly generate a new level to try your luck at.

Try Harder is free in the Play Store and could easily become your new time waster for the day. On a side note, Noodlecake has also released the title to itch.io. Pick it up when you have a chance and be ready to Try Harder to beat your last maiming location.

Install Try Harder in the Play Store

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Stormy Beach https://plus.google.com/+StormyBeach <![CDATA[Google brings Family Library to Android]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171138 2016-07-28T17:17:48Z 2016-07-28T17:17:48Z Android has been maturing at a fairly fast rate over the last few years. Both as an OS and as a service. Just over a year ago Google made it easier for developers to target certain genres of users and dictate if their apps were family friendly and for what age groups. That made a […]

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Android has been maturing at a fairly fast rate over the last few years. Both as an OS and as a service. Just over a year ago Google made it easier for developers to target certain genres of users and dictate if their apps were family friendly and for what age groups. That made a lot of parents quite happy. Yesterday they took the next step in making your Google Play Store experience even better by releasing Family Library.

Family Library

In the past users would need to share a login to avoid purchasing the same apps across devices. I know my family has always had one Gmail account that was strictly used for me to buy apps with so they could all use them. it wasn’t ideal, but it work. With Family Library you can now link into family and friends Google accounts to share the what you are buying. The set up is quite simple, just head to the Family Library Get Started page and follow the steps. During the process you will designate a credit/debit card for the family account. From there you get to make some choices. Mainly if you want all eligible purchases to become available to those in your list, or if you want to choose which ones are available.

Family Sharing

Then you get to invite up to 5 family members to join the Library. Google lists outs legalities to protect themselves, like the family member must be 13 and older and have a Google Account.

Once completed, your family member will get an email to confirm that they are joining you in the Library. They simply walk through the steps to confirm and they are off to the races. I set my wife up in a matter of minutes and I was able to see my purchased movies instantly. Pretty nifty.

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The Library goes beyond apps and games of course and allows sharing of Movies, TV shows and books. For those of you that have iOS family members, they aren’t left out in the cold, so long as they have a Google account, they can partake in part of the Library offerings as well. Mainly just the media consumption side of things, but its better than nothing.

Source: Google

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Sam Bradford <![CDATA[Smart Tech for The Modern Workplace]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171130 2016-07-13T14:23:13Z 2016-07-13T14:23:13Z It’s truly amazing to see how far the American workforce has come in the past 10 years. Email used to be the fastest and easiest way to communicate, but today many offices are ignoring it in favor of chat apps and project management tools. Many employees and managers alike can’t even function without their smart […]

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It’s truly amazing to see how far the American workforce has come in the past 10 years. Email used to be the fastest and easiest way to communicate, but today many offices are ignoring it in favor of chat apps and project management tools. Many employees and managers alike can’t even function without their smart gadgets and tools to get them through the day. Check out these four essentials for anyone entering the modern workplace.

HR Software

Apps like freeHR and Zoho people work to create human resource solutions for the modern workplace. These tools are ideal for remote and distributed teams where managers never physically sit down with employees. Mailing benefits and healthcare information takes time, but these digital tools can walk employees through their information with a click of a button. On the employee side, teams can apply for time off, record sick time, and clock in without being physically present. This can also benefit brick and mortar companies that manage large teams.

Project Management Apps

Today’s employees can plan, update, and deliver projects all from their Android devices. Project management tools like Trello and Wrike let teams center the discussion about a project in one place, making it easier for managers to keep tabs on deliverables. Previously, a group of employees would communicate through long email chains, chat boxes, verbal discussions, and video. It was impossible to keep all of that communication in one place. With project management tools, everything is in one place as long as you have an internet connection.

Quality Video and Calling Devices

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If your computer and Android device don’t have a built in camera, then it’s worth the expense to invest in one. More communication is happening digitally, from screen shares during meetings to video interviews for a job. While email and chat are quick ways to communicate, they don’t beat the immediate clarity of a phone call.

Before entering the modern workforce, check to see if you’re due for a phone upgrade so you’re prepared for everything the office requires.

Paper to Digital Document Converter

If your office is full of papers dating back to 1992, then it’s time to throw away what you don’t need while scanning what you do. The modern office is paperless and employees prefer to keep their information on the network instead of on their desk. This offers immediate ease when traveling and keeps the papers secure in case of fire or spilled coffee.

Many companies have made the switch from paper to digital records for employees of patients in the past few years, and some companies specialize in helping the transition. This makes it easier to send and update files, as well as locate them when a patient arrives. If you haven’t already, this may be the next frontier in embracing a paperless office.

These are just a few examples of smart technology making the workforce better. Check out this infographic by Maryhurst University Online to learn more, along with case studies from real people who have been there and gone modern.

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Sam Bradford <![CDATA[4 Reasons Why It’s Important to Buy the Right Kind of Noise Canceling Earbuds]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171117 2016-07-07T07:40:09Z 2016-07-10T07:38:04Z Many of us work in or deal with noisy environments. We are frequent travelers who depend on noise-canceling earbuds to block out the rumble of a plane. We are workers in open-plan offices trying to concentrate. That’s why noise-canceling earbuds are the saving grace of earbud technology. Discover four reasons why it’s important to purchase the […]

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Many of us work in or deal with noisy environments. We are frequent travelers who depend on noise-canceling earbuds to block out the rumble of a plane. We are workers in open-plan offices trying to concentrate. That’s why noise-canceling earbuds are the saving grace of earbud technology. Discover four reasons why it’s important to purchase the right type of noise-canceling earbuds.

Noise Canceling, Not Noise Isolating

Noise-canceling and noise-isolating earbuds function differently, although these two types sound quite similar. Noise-isolating earbuds have a physical structure that blocks out ambient noise. This type works relatively well for everyday use and for the gym, but doesn’t block out enough noise for places such as public transportation and airplanes.

Noise-canceling earbuds often have noise-isolating components, but with a major difference: These type of earbuds use sound wave technology and tiny speakers to cancel out ambient noise. Noise-canceling earbuds detect the consistent noises around you, such as the hum of an airplane engine, and play the exact opposite frequency, causing the sound waves to cancel out the offending noise.

When you’re looking for a new set of earbuds that will block out as much ambient noise as possible, select the noise-canceling variety.

Comfortable Fit Technology

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No amount of perks or technological innovations will compensate for incorrectly fitting earbuds. Sound-canceling earbuds featuring state-of-the-art technology allows you to tune out the noise from your workplace or travel space when you’re using them with your Android smartphone or tablet.

When selecting a pair of sound-canceling earbuds, look for options offering interchangeable earbud tips so you can find the right fit for your ear canal. Comparing a pair of earbuds that fits you well with the models you’re thinking about buying can be helpful. You’ll love them so much that you shouldn’t be surprised if you stop using the stereo speakers in your home.

A Long Battery Life

Noise-canceling earbuds run by battery. Battery power operation may sound like a downside, but these earbuds need battery power to use the noise-canceling technology. Do you do a lot of traveling? Are you the kind of person who forgets to plug in your phone? Finding noise-canceling earbuds with a long battery life is essential if you don’t think you’re going to be near charging stations often.

Some of the headband versions of noise-canceling earbuds require batteries, such as vintage Game Boys, but the earbud versions tend to plug into the wall like the rest of your electronics. Think about your environment: If you’ll have ample opportunity to charge your earbuds, then battery life may not be as important to you. If you spend much time traveling or commuting, or you appreciate a long battery life, consider noise-canceling earbuds that offer as much as 100 hours of listening time without a charge.

Superior Sound Quality

You have all kinds of music players and internet radio stations loaded on your Android device. Whether you like to jam out to your favorite playlist on Spotify or you’ve selected your favorite radio stations on iHeartRadio, you want good sound quality with your noise-canceling earbuds.

When you’re researching the best noise-canceling technology, don’t forget to check for the type of sound the earbuds offer. Does the pair you’re interested in purchasing offer amplified bass or better distinction in the mid-range? What have customers said about the sound itself coming through the earbuds? If you’re looking for noise-canceling headphones so you can block out the distractions and listen to your favorite tunes uninterrupted, why would you settle for any product that offers less than superior sound quality?

Finding the right noise-canceling earbuds may take some time and shopping around, but the result is worth the time you’ll spend. Think about what you can do when you can cut down on the ambient noise around you. Think about how much easier it will be for you to focus on your music without hearing overlaps in sound from the environment around you, whether you’re using public transportation, working at the office, or enjoying alone time at home.

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Sam Bradford <![CDATA[3 Reasons to Learn About Cloud Storage for Smartphones]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171116 2016-07-07T07:46:44Z 2016-07-07T07:32:54Z Android phones come preloaded with Google cloud storage solutions, which can be a starting point for your mobile cloud storage journey. However, you don’t have to accept the first cloud storage option presented to you. Research the features that cloud storage has to offer, such as different styles of file backups and data encryption. Discover […]

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Android phones come preloaded with Google cloud storage solutions, which can be a starting point for your mobile cloud storage journey. However, you don’t have to accept the first cloud storage option presented to you. Research the features that cloud storage has to offer, such as different styles of file backups and data encryption. Discover three reasons why you should learn about cloud storage service providers for your smartphone.

Find Out How Cloud Storage Can Automatically Back Up Your Data

Automatic data backup to cloud storage is one of the main reasons many people move to cloud storage on their personal computers. With popular services such as DropBox and OneDrive, you save your files in the cloud storage folder accessible through your desktop. Your computer then backs up those files to a cloud storage service.

The same principle works on your Android smartphone. Cloud storage services will back up the contents of your phone in a similar way that Apple’s backup system functions for iPhones. Alternatively, you can save specific data to your cloud storage account in a similar way that DropBox and OneDrive functions for smartphones.

When choosing the cloud storage backup that’s right for your smartphone, research how each app you discover saves the data. Do you save your data in a folder? Can you automatically sync items like your photo stream, or will the cloud storage service back up all the contents of your phone?

Learn How You Can Sync Data Across Devices

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When pictures and documents exist only on one device, you have to remember to transfer them with flash drives or email programs when you want to use them in another location.

When you download a cloud storage option for your smartphone, you can connect the same cloud storage account you already use on your computer to your smartphone. Once connected, the documents you have on your computer will be available to you through your smartphone. Similarly, your smartphone photos, videos, and notes will be available on your computer.

Investigate Data Security Options

Cloud storage data security has many meanings: The term refers to keeping your files backed up so you never lose them. Security also refers to security measures, such as encryption, that make your data harder for intruders to reach.

Computer and smartphone hard drives aren’t completely safe from hacking and information leaks. Not all cloud services do either, but when you consult cloud storage and security educational resources that teach you about using cloud storage computing with your smartphone, you’ll understand how many options you have.

For smartphone users who care about data security or who handle sensitive data, encryption is a smart choice. Most free cloud storage services don’t offer encryption or other security protocols, but a subscription to a secure cloud storage service will keep your private data protected. Cloud storage security measures often offer several types of encryption, and each type has its own strengths and weaknesses. The type of data you access on your smartphone will inform your cloud storage security decisions.

We use our smartphones to reach business files and to store personal memories, so taking the time to research how to keep that data safe only makes sense. How you use your phone will change what kind of cloud service works best for you. Do your research before you download for the best mobile cloud storage, experience.

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Asif https://plus.google.com/u/1/+AsifIqbalShaik/ <![CDATA[Xiaomi Mi Max goes on sale in India today for INR 14,999]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171112 2016-07-06T07:32:00Z 2016-07-06T07:32:00Z Xiaomi’s biggest smartphone till date, the Mi Max, goes on sale in India today. The Mi Max price in India is set at INR 14,999 for the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant and INR 19,990 for the 4GB RAM/128GB variant. The Mi Max was launched in India on June 30 along with MIUI 8 software. The Mi […]

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Xiaomi’s biggest smartphone till date, the Mi Max, goes on sale in India today. The Mi Max price in India is set at INR 14,999 for the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant and INR 19,990 for the 4GB RAM/128GB variant. The Mi Max was launched in India on June 30 along with MIUI 8 software.

The Mi Max features a gigantic 6.44-inch 1080p IPS LCD display, a 16-megapixel primary camera with phase-detection autofocus and 4K video recording, a 5-megapixel secondary camera, and a huge 4,850 mAh battery. Under the hood, it comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 650/652 processor, 3GB/4GB RAM, 32GB/128GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. It also features a fingerprint sensor, hybrid dual-SIM card slot, 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi ac/b/g/n, GPS, IR port, NFC, and microUSB 2.0 port.

The Mi Max with a metal body will be available in Dark Gray, Gold, and Silver through flash sale from Amazon, Flipkart, Mi Store, Paytm, Snapdeal, and Tata CLiQ in India. Mi Fans will be eligible for unlimited movies, music, and TV show streaming for one year when they purchase the Mi Max smartphone. The device competes with various compact tablets with calling facilities in the country.

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Asif https://plus.google.com/u/1/+AsifIqbalShaik/ <![CDATA[Vivo X7 and X7 Plus launched in China, seems to be inspired by Oppo F1 Plus]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171105 2016-07-05T08:28:06Z 2016-07-02T13:27:23Z Chinese smartphone vendor Vivo has launched two new mid-range smartphones, the Vivo X7 and the Vivo X7 Plus, in the country. Both smartphones come with metal unibodies, high-resolution front-facing cameras, Super AMOLED displays, and fingerprint sensors. Seems like daughter companies of BBK Electronics, Oppo Mobiles and Vivo Mobiles are competing among themselves as their recent […]

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Chinese smartphone vendor Vivo has launched two new mid-range smartphones, the Vivo X7 and the Vivo X7 Plus, in the country. Both smartphones come with metal unibodies, high-resolution front-facing cameras, Super AMOLED displays, and fingerprint sensors. Seems like daughter companies of BBK Electronics, Oppo Mobiles and Vivo Mobiles are competing among themselves as their recent launches, the Oppo F1 Plus and Vivo X7 Plus feature similar specifications and design.

Vivo X7

The Vivo X7 features a 5.2-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display with 2.5D curved glass protection, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, and a fingerprint sensor. It sports a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with ƒ/2.2 aperture and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera with ƒ/2.0 aperture and front-facing LED flash. It runs the company’s Funtouch OS based on Android 5.1 Lollipop, which is a shame considering that it has almost been a year since the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Connectivity options include LTE, Wi-Fi ac/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, and microUSB port.

Vivo X7 Plus

The Vivo X7 features a larger 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display with 2.5D curved glass top. Similar to the Vivo X7, the X7 Plus is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage space. It also features a fingerprint sensor embedded into its front-facing home button. There’s a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera (Sony IMX298) and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera with ƒ/2.0 aperture and a front-facing LED flash. It runs Android 5.1 Lollipop-based Funtouch OS, and packs a 4,000 mAh battery.

The Vivo X7 comes with a price tag of CNY 2498 (USD 375), but the company is yet to announce the pricing of the Vivo X7 Plus. The Vivo X7 will go on sale in China starting July 7, 2016 from JD.com and other online stores.

Source: Weibo | Via: MySmartPrice Gear

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Asif https://plus.google.com/u/1/+AsifIqbalShaik/ <![CDATA[Micromax Unite 4 and Unite 4 Pro launched in India with multiple Indic language support]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171103 2016-07-02T13:00:25Z 2016-07-02T13:00:25Z After facing cut-throat competition from Chinese smartphone companies, India’s Micromax has shifted its focus a bit towards being more Indian than others. The company has launched two new smartphones, the Micromax Untie 4 and the Micromax Unite 4 Pro, in India with support for multiple languages. The Micromax Unite 4 features a 5-inch HD IPS […]

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After facing cut-throat competition from Chinese smartphone companies, India’s Micromax has shifted its focus a bit towards being more Indian than others. The company has launched two new smartphones, the Micromax Untie 4 and the Micromax Unite 4 Pro, in India with support for multiple languages.

The Micromax Unite 4 features a 5-inch HD IPS LCD display, a 1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based Indus OS 2.0, which has support for 12 Indian languages. It sports an 8-megapixel primary camera with autofocus and LED flash, and a 5-megapixel secondary camera with a fixed-focus lens. It features a dual-SIM card slot, LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and microUSB 2.0 port.

The Micromax Unite 4 Pro features a 5-inch HD IPS LCD display, similar to the Unite 4, but comes with a better processor. It features a 1.3GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. The device is running Indus OS 2.0 based on Android 5.1 Lollipop, but the company has assured that the device would be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow soon. It features the same connectivity features as the Micromax Unite 4.

The prices of these Micromax Mobiles have been set at INR 6,999 (Micromax Unite 4) and INR 7,499 (Micromax Unite 4 Pro), and they will be available in India exclusively through Snapdeal. The phones also come with App Bazaar (app marketplace with support for Indian languages), free Indus-to-Indus SMS, voice recognition system in six Indian languages, and an ability to pay for apps without using an email ID or a credit card.

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Onkar Soundankar https://plus.google.com/+OnkarSoundankar/about <![CDATA[Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to feature Exynos 8893, new Grace UX, and new S-Pen]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171092 2016-06-26T15:12:13Z 2016-06-26T15:11:20Z Rumors have being floating around since a few days that Samsung might skip a numeral and launch the Galaxy Note 7. Renowned leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) posted a new photo yesterday on Twitter confirming that the South Korean giant will indeed name the next Galaxy Note device as the Galaxy Note 7. Also, the Galaxy Note 7 was […]

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Rumors have being floating around since a few days that Samsung might skip a numeral and launch the Galaxy Note 7. Renowned leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) posted a new photo yesterday on Twitter confirming that the South Korean giant will indeed name the next Galaxy Note device as the Galaxy Note 7.

Also, the Galaxy Note 7 was rumored to feature a large 5.8-inch curved Super AMOLED screen display (5.77 inches, to be precise) and a 12-megapixel primary camera with laser autofocus for faster focus in low-light conditions. Evan also revealed it will come with 5.7″ QHD AMOLED display, 12MP DualP / 5MP camera and an iris scanner.

The processor is still a mystery, but we heard earlier that Snapdragon 821 is under development and the Galaxy Note 7 might feature it. Now, a popular Chinese smartphone leaker @i ice universe posted a photo on Weibo today revealing complete specifications of the Galaxy Note 7.

We may also see Exynos 8893 in the Galaxy Note 7 for non-American markets. Moreover, the Galaxy Note 7 is expected to feature a whopping 6GB of RAM, a microSD card slot, and a 4,000 mAh battery. It might also feature a USB Type-C port, which would be the first time for a smartphone from Samsung.

The South Korean smartphone giant might announce the Galaxy Note 7 on the 2nd of August, 2016. What do you think about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 ? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: @evleaks

 

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Onkar Soundankar https://plus.google.com/+OnkarSoundankar/about <![CDATA[Huawei building its own smartphone OS just in case things go sour with Google]]> http://androidspin.com/?p=171073 2016-06-25T10:19:04Z 2016-06-25T10:19:04Z Huawei is a biggest Chinese smartphone manufacturer has made some great devices in the past few years, including the Nexus 6P. We have seen many companies build their own custom ROMs based on Android, which is nothing new. Samsung has even made its own Tizen operating system for its devices offering an Android-like experience. Now, a new report claims that Huawei is making its own […]

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Huawei is a biggest Chinese smartphone manufacturer has made some great devices in the past few years, including the Nexus 6P. We have seen many companies build their own custom ROMs based on Android, which is nothing new. Samsung has even made its own Tizen operating system for its devices offering an Android-like experience.

Now, a new report claims that Huawei is making its own mobile 0perating system in case anything goes wrong with Google. Huawei devices currently work on their EMUI 5.0, which is their own custom ROM, built on top of Android. Last year, the company hired a former Apple designer to make EMUI better and give it a different look than iOS as they both look quite similar.

In an interview, Abagail Brody told The Information that Huawei’s mobile operating system is under development. It’s not ready yet, and is in its early stage. They have hired developers who used to work for Nokia for this project, and it is being developed in Scandinavia. Though they might see no immediate use of this operating system, it can act as an alternative.

Smartphone manufacturers have maintained their standard with their own custom ROMs, developing something different than stock Android experience. If this operating system comes with new features and customiztion options, we may see huge demand like Huawei’s market in the smartphone sector.

Source: The Information | Via: GSMArena

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