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If we look at news and headlines around the Android world for seven days, the Android Circuit this week will include more confirmation for the Galaxy S10 Galaxy Note hardware 10 leaks, reviews of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, introduction of Huawei Mate 20 Pro, more details on OnePlus 6T, Google's response to the European Commission and the return of the Palm brand

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Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S10 family of three phones in early 2019, but the South Korean company is not trying to hide the surprise. It's more than happy in the current climate to everyone to let know that the new design is coming in. The newest route to confirm handset and specifications is in a sn arky twitter answer to Google Pixel 3 and 3XL revealing Ordon Kelly has the details:

The attack was triggered by a tweet from the official @ MadeByGoogle Twitter account, which formally announced the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL and invited user feedback. On the official Samsung Mobile US account, the controversial Notch response of the larger model was mocked: "You could land a plane on it."

Since Samsung will announce the Galaxy S1

0 in just three months, this comment makes it 100% clear The company is not about to copy almost all of Apple's competitors by releasing its phone with a notch.

Further thoughts and derivations here on Forbes.

Galaxy S10 Concept (Creative Commons, from mobile-helden.de) Creative Commons, from mobile-helden.de

Galaxy Note 10 Screen Leaks

If you can not get the Galaxy S10, the latest details from the supply chain suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 will grow in size to dominate the S10 + and remain the king of the Pobelbecher in 2019. I reported earlier this week on the leaked hardware:

Samsung wants to oversize the screen for next year's Galaxy phones. The Galaxy S10 Plus is expected to be at 6.44 inches – slightly larger than the recently released Galaxy Note 9 – but the big change will come with a touch of 10 and a massive 6.6-inch screen.

… The note is traditionally the "largest" of the Galaxy family, so next year's Galaxy Note 10 would naturally exceed the S10 Plus, and a 6.6-inch screen would certainly do that. Details of the possible size come from the well-known commentator Ice Universe on Twitter. It is also suggested that the aspect ratio of the screen would probably be 19: 9, slightly more letterboxed than the current 18.5: 9 ratio.

More details here on Forbes.

Reviewing Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL Smartphones

Dieter Bohn is crystal clear in his review of the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL handsets. The note is in the headline "The best camera gets a better phone."

The Pixel 2, released last year, was the best camera you could get on a smartphone directly through the iPhone XS, which was released last month. I'm not going to beat around the bush: the Pixel 3 camera is better.

But it also makes aesthetic choices that are worth talking about. I do not think Google made any bad decisions here, but it does move the photos that bring Pixel 3 closer to where Apple is headed and where Samsung has always been.

The full review, which also looks at the enhancements on the video, the audio and the dreaded score, is in The Verge. The Pixel 3 family may be a great phone, but what does the smartphone say about society, is it a force for the good or the bad, and how can you deal with everything that is available to you? Mat Honan reviews the handsets and also opens a curious discussion:

We reach a point where there is no return when it comes to collecting information, if we have not already gone beyond it. Cameras and screens, microphones and speakers. Pick up your face and your voice and the faces and voices of your friends and where you are and what's in your email and where you were when you sent it and … What did you say? Click, here is an ad. And where did you go? Click, here is an ad. Who were you with? Here is an ad. What did you read here is an advertisement How do you feel here is an ad are you lonely here is an ad are you lonely here is an ad are you lonely?

More at BuzzFeed News.

Ready for Beastly Mate 20 Pro

This week, Huawei launched the Mate 20 Pro, and this is a beast of a smartphone with high specifications, attention to detail, and a clear challenger the flagships of Samsung and Apple. Max Parker reports:

On the front of the Mate 20 Pro is a 6.39-inch 2960 x 1440 OLED panel. It's beautiful: HDR activates with fantastically bright colors and a real punch. Also, the notch can not interfere with the immersion here.

… Inside the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the Kirin 980, Huawei's first chipset, using the 7nm architecture. Switching to 7nm from 10nm (which was used in the last year 970) helps to improve efficiency and allows better processing and graphics without sacrificing battery life. The 980 was paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory.

More on Trusted Reviews.

Huawei Technologies Co.'s Mate 20 X smartphone will be on display during a launch event on October 16, 2018 (Photo by Li Hao / Huanqiu.com / VCG on Getty Images)

Latest OnePlus 6T detail Officially "leaked"

With the launch of the OnePlus 6T confirmed on October 30, the Shenzhen-based company is making sure everyone knows what's going on in the handset and silently revealing details of the upcoming flagship. Next up on the appetizer menu are the new gestures on the UI:

Details about the changes to OxygenOS have been posted by OnePlus in the official forums. In addition to the (almost mandatory) mentions of increased speed, faster interface, smoother transitions, and more efficient use of resources, additional gestures have been described for accessing the core Android features:

"Whenever you wipe the application in an app The window follows It's also faster in two ways: switching quickly from the bottom of the screen to the right side of your screen lets you switch between two recently used apps because there's no navigation Do not double-tap on the "recents" button to quickly switch between apps, this new gesture makes for quick and easy replacement. "

For more details, click here

Europe, Android, and the Google Play Store

Following an investigation into his antitrust des The European Commission has imposed a fine on Google for its practices of forcing Android phone manufacturers to install Chrome and Google Search to gain access to Google Play. Google has now announced the steps it will take to comply with the ruling. Chris Davies takes a closer look at it:

Google will be giving Google Play access to Android phone manufacturers in Europe as search giant adapts its policies to EU antitrust laws. Three months ago, the European Commission fined Google for $ 4.34 billion – $ 5 billion after being accused of blocking the smartphone space by running Google Chrome and Google Chrome's search for Play Store Accesses required.

Most controversial may be new licensing fees for phone and tablet manufacturers. While Android remains free and open source, manufacturers are expected to pay a fee to get the Google Play Store, as they can also integrate it – and the Google Mobile App Suite – separately from the search app and Chrome

This problem will be challenged, and it will go on and on. Do not think about months, think of years. And at that time, many manufacturers will pay a lot of money to Google, cell phones will cost more, and you can expect part of that cost to be passed on to European customers.

More (much more) at SlashGear.

And finally …

In a world of big, screened smartphones, we really need a pocket-size smartphone alongside our phased-size smartphones (which probably works with our ten-inch tablets?). If that's the case, the return of the Palm brand to the mobile world is timely. Wait a minute … Palm? Variety's Todd Spangler explains:

The name "Palm" heralds longtime technology fans: The original Palm Inc. introduced one of the first PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant) in the 1990s, the Palm Pilot. Palm's new incarnation was founded in December 2016 by Miloseski and Nuk. Her Palm Ventures Group acquired the Palm rights from Chinese electronics manufacturer TCL, which bought her from HP in 2014.

"We will not bring back the PDA," said Milosiski, laughing. "We focus on reinventing Palm with its roots in mobile innovation."

So what do we have? A 3.3-inch screened Android smartphone, ready for the modern world – but is the modern world ready? Brian Heater reports:

For the rest of us, the Reborn Palm may represent the freedom to be bound to our six-inch smartphones. Granted, it's still a smartphone, but it's a start. And the device can help you do much more than your average smartwatch – although I speak from experience when I say it takes a lot of practice to get used to typing on the tiny screen.

More at TechCrunch.

Android Circuit completes news from the Android world every weekend here on Forbes. Do not forget to follow me, so you will not miss any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop! Last week's Android Circuit can be found here, and if you have news and links you'd like to see in Android Circuit, contact us!

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Looking back on seven days of news and headlines around the world from Android, this week's Android Circuit includes more confirmation of the Galaxy S10 hardware, Galaxy Note 10 leaks, reviews of Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Huawei Mate 20 Pro introduction, more OnePlus 6T details, Google's response to the European Commission, and the return of the Palm brand.

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that have been around Android since last week (and you can find the weekly Apple News Digest here.) 19659001] Samsung Discusses the Notch Plans for the Galaxy S10

Samsung is Expected to Introduce the Galaxy S10 Family with Three Handsets in Early 2019 but the South Korean company does not make an effort to hide the surprise than happy in the current climate So everyone knows that the new design is coming The latest route to the M Obilteil and specifications confirm is in a snarky Twitter response to Google's Pixel 3 and 3XL revelations. Forbes Gordon Kelly has the details:

The attack was triggered by a tweet from the official @ MadeByGoogle Twitter account, which formally announced the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL and invited user feedback. On the official Samsung Mobile US account, the controversial Notch response of the larger model was mocked: "You could land a plane on it."

Since Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 in just three months, this commentary makes it 100% clear that the company does not intend to copy almost all of Apple's competitors by releasing their phone with a notch.

More thoughts and deductions here on Forbes.

Galaxy S10 Concept (Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de) [19459016CreativeCommonsBymobil-held

Galaxy Note 10 Screen Leak

If you're not looking forward to the Galaxy S10, check out the latest details The supply chain suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 will grow in size so that it can dominate the S10 + and remain the king of the pabletts during 2019. I reported the leaked hardware earlier this week:

Samsung seems to oversize the screen on next year's flagship Galaxy handsets. The Galaxy S10 Plus is expected to be at 6.44 inches – slightly larger than the recently released Galaxy Note 9 – but the big change will come with a touch of 10 and a massive 6.6-inch screen.

… The note is traditionally the "largest" of the Galaxy family, so next year's Galaxy Note 10 would naturally exceed the S10 Plus, and a 6.6-inch screen would certainly do that. Details of the possible size come from the well-known commentator Ice Universe on Twitter. It is also suggested that the aspect ratio of the screen would probably be 19: 9, slightly more letterboxed than the current 18.5: 9 ratio.

More details here on Forbes.

Reviewing Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL Smartphones

Dieter Bohn is crystal clear in his review of the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL handsets. The note is in the headline "The best camera gets a better phone."

The Pixel 2, released last year, was the best camera you could get on a smartphone directly through the iPhone XS, which was released last month. I'm not going to beat around the bush: the Pixel 3 camera is better.

But it also makes aesthetic choices that are worth talking about. I do not think Google made any bad decisions here, but it does move the photos that bring Pixel 3 closer to where Apple is headed and where Samsung has always been.

The full review, which also looks at the enhancements on the video, the audio and the dreaded score, is in The Verge. The Pixel 3 family may be a great phone, but what does the smartphone say about society, is it a force for the good or the bad, and how can you deal with everything that is available to you? Mat Honan reviews the handsets and also opens a curious discussion:

We reach a point where there is no return when it comes to collecting information, if we have not already gone beyond it. Cameras and screens, microphones and speakers. Pick up your face and your voice and the faces and voices of your friends and where you are and what's in your email and where you were when you sent it and … What did you say? Click, here is an ad. And where did you go? Click, here is an ad. Who were you with? Here is an ad. What did you read here is an advertisement How do you feel here is an ad are you lonely here is an ad are you lonely here is an ad are you lonely?

More at BuzzFeed News.

Ready for Beastly Mate 20 Pro

This week, Huawei launched the Mate 20 Pro, and this is a beast of a smartphone with high specifications, attention to detail, and a clear challenger the flagships of Samsung and Apple. Max Parker reports:

On the front of the Mate 20 Pro is a 6.39-inch 2960 x 1440 OLED panel. It's beautiful: HDR activates with fantastically bright colors and a real punch. Also, the notch can not interfere with the immersion here.

… Inside the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the Kirin 980, Huawei's first chipset, using the 7nm architecture. Switching to 7nm from 10nm (which was used in the last year 970) helps to improve efficiency and allows better processing and graphics without sacrificing battery life. The 980 was paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory.

More on Trusted Reviews.

Huawei Technologies Co.'s Mate 20 X smartphone will be seen during a kick-off event on October 16, 2018 (Photo by Li Hao / Huanqiu.com / VCG via Getty Images)

Latest OnePlus 6T Detail Officially "Leaked"

With the launch of the OnePlus 6T confirmed on October 30, the Shenzhen-based company is making sure everyone knows what's going on in the handset and silently revealing details of the upcoming flagship. Next up on the appetizer menu are the new gestures on the UI:

Details about the changes to OxygenOS have been posted by OnePlus in the official forums. In addition to the (almost mandatory) mentions of increased speed, faster interface, smoother transitions, and more efficient use of resources, additional gestures have been described for accessing the core Android features:

"Whenever you wipe the application in an app The window follows It's also faster in two ways: switching quickly from the bottom of the screen to the right side of your screen lets you switch between two recently used apps because there's no navigation Do not double-tap on the "recents" button to quickly switch between apps, this new gesture makes for quick and easy replacement. "

For more details, click here

Europe, Android, and the Google Play Store

Following an investigation into his antitrust des The European Commission has imposed a fine on Google for its practices of forcing Android phone manufacturers to install Chrome and Google Search to gain access to Google Play. Google has now announced the steps it will take to comply with the ruling. Chris Davies takes a closer look at it:

Google will be giving Google Play access to Android phone manufacturers in Europe as search giant adapts its policies to EU antitrust laws. Three months ago, the European Commission fined Google for $ 4.34 billion – $ 5 billion after being accused of blocking the smartphone space by running Google Chrome and Google Chrome's search for Play Store Accesses required.

Most controversial may be new licensing fees for phone and tablet manufacturers. While Android remains free and open source, manufacturers are expected to pay a fee to get the Google Play Store, as they can also integrate it – and the Google Mobile App Suite – separately from the search app and Chrome

This problem will be challenged, and it will go on and on. Do not think about months, think of years. And at that time, many manufacturers will pay a lot of money to Google, cell phones will cost more, and you can expect part of that cost to be passed on to European customers.

More (much more) at SlashGear.

And finally …

In a world of big, screened smartphones, we really need a pocket-size smartphone alongside our phased-size smartphones (which probably works with our ten-inch tablets?). If that's the case, the return of the Palm brand to the mobile world is timely. Wait a minute … Palm? Variety's Todd Spangler explains:

The name "Palm" heralds longtime technology fans: The original Palm Inc. introduced one of the first PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant) in the 1990s, the Palm Pilot. Palm's new incarnation was founded in December 2016 by Miloseski and Nuk. Her Palm Ventures Group acquired the Palm rights from Chinese electronics manufacturer TCL, which bought her from HP in 2014.

"We will not bring back the PDA," said Milosiski, laughing. "We focus on reinventing Palm with its roots in mobile innovation."

So what do we have? A 3.3-inch screened Android smartphone, ready for the modern world – but is the modern world ready? Brian Heater reports:

For the rest of us, the Reborn Palm may represent the freedom to be bound to our six-inch smartphones. Granted, it's still a smartphone, but it's a start. And the device can help you do much more than your average smartwatch – although I speak from experience when I say it takes a lot of practice to get used to typing on the tiny screen.

More at TechCrunch.

Android Circuit completes news from the Android world every weekend here on Forbes. Do not forget to follow me, so you will not miss any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop! Last week's Android Circuit can be found here, and if you have news and links you'd like to see in Android Circuit, contact us!


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