Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ get Oreo in China

Domingo, 15 Abr, 2018

The Galaxy S9+ update also includes the same features as the Galaxy S9 except for the change in the baseband version, which is G965USQU2ARC6 paired with 373MB size.

While it's good the South Korean company has officially acknowledged the call issues, it's still not known how much time affected users will have to wait before a fix arrives.

Overall you'd be hard pressed to find many differences in this year's over last year's UX.

The Goal+ App is better than ever on the brand new Samsung S9! To disable the option, go to Settings Lock screen Always On display.

Although PACid does not specify an exact amount of damages, the technology firm is claiming that it "has suffered monetary damages", according to legal documents, courtesy of SlashGear.

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Some applications consume power even if they're kept in the background. The phone will come packed with a 3000mAh battery with support for fast charging.

Beware of the applications that are most consuming. If you are eligible, you will view an update message notification.

The Device Maintenance app introduced in Android 7.0 is more prominent, and offers a dashboard for the power saving profiles and cleaning up the system. There was a 49 percent increase in Sprint-exclusive rewards engagement for Galaxy Forever users in the first four weeks since launch. More urban folks can also put a card in. It brings the durability of a larger case without all the bulk.

Limit activity in the background.

Goal+ is powered by the best of Opta performance data, providing fans with real-time visualisations and unique comparison tools for the game's major football leagues. Within the information for each application, there's a section dedicated to mobile data, where you can limit the use of data for each application. The benefits of this feature were occasionally tangible, often half-baked, and rarely appreciated.