The fourth week of November just concluded and that week saw some great development from the technology and mobile industry. If you have missed the tech updates of last week then we are going to talk about Five tech news to keep you updated.
This week we have seen OnePlus releasing OxygenOS Open Beta 7 with an all-new service that lets you surf the Web while traveling in a foreign country without requiring a local SIM card. Other news suggest Samsung Galaxy S10 is going to feature Six cameras, all the this and more in the article.
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018), the world’s first smartphone with quad rear-facing cameras, has been launched in India today. The Galaxy A9 is the world’s first smartphone to feature a quad-camera setup. It was launched earlier at the “4x Fun” event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Going by its international variant, the Samsung Galaxy A9 sports a 6.3-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a resolution of 2220×1080. This gives it an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and a pixel density of about 392ppi.
OnePlus CEO Pie has said earlier that companies next device will be 5G ready and as per the reports OnePlus will charge more for its upcoming OnePlus 5G smartphone, reports Fudzilla. Sources close to the publication claim that the Shenzhen-based company will sell a 5G-ready smartphone at a starting price of 649 EUR (or approx Rs 53,023).
This means that OnePlus plans to charge about 100 EUR (or approx Rs 8,171) more for a 5G-enabled smartphone compared to OnePlus 6T, which starts at 549 EUR, which is recently launched worldwide.
One of the biggest features that OnePlus bring is the software upgrade for the devices they launch. Continuing the tradition Android 9 Pie for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T is expected to be launched next week.
As we have reported earlier the rollout was delayed and now, we have the good news for the OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5 users.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to come in four different colours at launch, according to a report from SamMobile. It’s expected to launch in February of 2019, in Black, White, Yellow, and Green. Just like other manufacturers, Samsung has, in the past, released new colour options after a launch. There’s nothing suggesting they won’t do it again either, so if the colour options really don’t appeal to you then there is the option of new colours later on in its life cycle.
OnePlus has released OxygenOS Open Beta 7 with an all-new service that lets you surf the Web while traveling in a foreign country without requiring a local SIM card. Called OnePlus Roaming, the new service is touted to work in most of the countries and regions around the globe. It provides a list of plans for the country or region you are in to let you conveniently choose the appropriate option to access the Internet.