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This week's Android Circuit features three innovative Galaxy S10 features, the expensive Galaxy Note 9, and looks back on seven days of news and headlines surrounding the Android World Back, The Note Series, The Last Little Steps Of OnePlus, The Honor 7S Review, The Success Of Android Oreo, And Google's New Look For Android Apps.

Android Circuit here recalls some of the many things that are happening are around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple News Digest here).

Three Innovative Features for the Galaxy S10

So what will be on the Galaxy S1

0 feature list The reported Leaker IceUniverse suggests that whatever these new features will be, " Innovations you can not imagine ." A challenge, if I ever read one. "So are three new GalaxyS10 Innovation to Hear Already Out There, But Probably It Will be Like Things You Can not Imagine They Come On:

It's been incredibly long since something new has come on the market. Wireless charging has become a key feature on Android phones, but has been introduced in Windows Phone and TouchStone by Palm Pre. Apple's FaceID implemented facial recognition in a new way, but it was not unimaginable. Also fingerprints, touch screens, gesture recognition or other small advances known to the Geekerati were not added.

I would suggest that the upcoming innovations are considered iterative and "already exist". For those who have an understanding of smartphones but are considered "new and exciting" by the general public.

Read the three main features, here on Forbes.

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

Samsung sets high price for grade 9

Before the Galaxy S10 did Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 and it looks like the South Korean company has decided that the technology being packaged in the Phablet will offer a higher price than last year's grade. Gordon Kelly has more:

[WinFuture’s Roland ] Quandt says Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 9 in Europe at $ 1050 ($ 1230) for a 128GB model with a flagship 512GB option for $ 1250 ($ 1460). In comparison, the Galaxy Note 8 launched last year at less than 900 euros. If you are looking for comfort, the Note 8 has only 64 GB of storage space.

… It is worth mentioning at this point, smartphones are more expensive in Europe, but mainly because their prices always include VAT. Therefore, the Galaxy Note 9 seems to be ready to launch Stateside with prices of $ 999 and $ 1199, excluding taxes. That will not hack it in a year, if Apple will actually lower the iPhone prices significantly.

Read more about pricing issues here on Forbes.

Galaxy Note Range May Be Discontinued After Grade 9 19659001] Samsung's flagship release, the Galaxy Note 9, may have more pressure than expected. The current proposal (by The Bell) is that a Grade 9 note could phablet the last note released, Forbes & # 39; Gordon Kelly takes a closer look at the impact. That said, it seems Samsung takes criticism very personally as a new leak within the company's supply chain shows that the Galaxy Note is facing a sudden and unexpected rejection …

According to the popular Korean site The Bell is considering Samsung seriously, to completely scrap the brand Galaxy Note. The Bell source says that Samsung has been considering this for over a year now.

Further analysis of why this could be the wrong way for Samsung. This leaves the Galaxy S10 Plus, of course, in the best position to capitalize. As for the August launch …. What about the flip phone Galaxy X?

OnePlus 6 Product Launch (Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Many Small Steps from OnePlus

In the OnePlus world, this week is a lot of hit on the three little threads, starting with the classic one OnePlus & # 39; Swatch move & # 39; which releases a new color of the handset that appeals to fashion. Max Parker notes the lavarote version of the OnePlus 6:

As a company, OnePlus has grown at an alarmingly fast pace, and its latest flagship, the OnePlus 6, looks ready to tackle its key Rivals like the iPhone X, the LG G7 and the Samsung Galaxy S9, with more ferocity than any previous OnePlus phones ever.

Since its release, OnePlus has introduced two new colors of the OnePlus 6: white and red. The red immediately stands out as one of a kind. This is a deep red with a shiny back and a black front. It looks fantastic.

The full review is at Trusted Reviews. Second, it introduces OxygenOS 'ongoing updates and changes to new handsets in older models, notably improvements in front-facing camera software. TechRadar's John McCann:

The OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T are in the process of getting a new feature, which is shared by the OnePlus 6 selfie portrait mode.

It will arrive in a software update and provide additional functionality within the camera app The selfie portrait mode delivers shots with blurred background – known as bokeh – with the 16 megapixel front camera on the phones.

Finally, I took a look at the supposedly so-called OnePlus 6T, many of which expect it to be announced November 2018. What hardware changes are to be expected in the upcoming handset starts with the location of the forward facing camera: [19659004] One of the curious realities of the OnePlus 6 (and the earlier OnePlus models) is its close affinity with other Chinese smartphone makers and their handsets. OnePlus spokesman describes it as follows: "OnePlus is a separate company from Oppo, we have a shared investor and can therefore access aspects of their supply chain."

That means capturing the pop-up selfies camera from the Oppo Find X is a simple assumption that also provides the option to completely lose the physical indentation of the screen, taking the available screen on the front is maximized.

Read more on the OnePlus 6T here on Forbes.

Honor 7s Review

The way of the big Android phones is always useful, one of the latest phones that appear in the middle range, the Huawei Honor 7s is $ 140, it has a decent Screen, a good camera, but can it be recommended? Richard Devine takes a closer look:

When the Honor 7s sneak away unnoticed, it's made easy. Launched in China under a different name, it's a new budget phone available in Se Lect Global Markets in Africa, Asia , Europe, South and Central America. The next is a US release, which is also not available in Western Europe.

But Honor does a good job in providing high quality cell phones at great prices. Therefore, it is always interesting to see what's new. The Honor 7s continues the brand's slightly embarrassing naming scheme. Being a & # 39; s model should not make you think that this is something it is not.

But apart from that, is it really good? Well … not really.

More at Android Central. Of course, an answer to the low-specification issue is Android Go, and Harish Jonnalagadda is embracing the nine current Android Go-based smartphones, including the leading Nokia 1:

The Nokia 1 is available around the world and is therefore the standard option for those who want to try Android Go. The phone has a dynamic design with colorful polycarbonate backs that can be easily unplugged – like Nokias of yore.

The phone has large bezels on the front and there is no fingerprint sensor, but at $ 70, the Nokia 1 is one of the cheapest devices on this list.

Read the full list here.

Android Market Share, July 2018 (Image: Google.com) Google.com

Oreo's Exciting Distrum Numbers

Android 8 Oreo has reached double-digit coverage since Google reports that the latest version of the mobile operating system has exceeded (only) ten percent mark. It is ahead of Android nougat progress in 2017. Idrees Patel looks at the numbers:

Sales statistics data for July 2018 was collected within seven days to July 23, 2018. Google does not show versions with less than 0.1% distribution. The data collected is based on devices that have visited the Google Play Store in the last 7 days.

Sales figures for July 2018 show that Android 8.0 is now installed on 10.1% of all Android devices worldwide. The newer Android 8.1 Oreo is experiencing slower adoption as it is only installed on 2.0 percent of Android devices. The combined adoption of Android Oreo is 12.1%, which is slightly higher than the adoption of Android Nougat a year ago.

More at XDA Developers.

And finally …

Before the unveiling of The upcoming Pixel 3, and alongside work on Android P and the new material design style, new models of Google's own Android Apps appeared that show the look. And like any good style guide, there is an impressive video. Ron Amadeo reports:

The video is a design sizzle role by Adam Grabowski and Nicolo Bianchino. You are not a googler yourself; Instead, they are employees who have worked on videos for important Google designs in the past. Bianchino's description of the video says the two "worked with the Google Material Design team to create a piece that showed their current design system to their internal teams." Some Googlers shared the video on Twitter, so we can be sure it's legit.

More at Ars Technica,

Android Circuit completes the 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 three innovative Galaxy S10 features, the expensive Galaxy Note 9, the Note range, the latest small Steps from OnePlus, the Honor 7S Review, Android Oreo Success, and Google's New Appearance for Android Apps

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week ( and you can find Apple's weekly news program here.)

Three Innovative Features for the Galaxy S10

What will be seen on the feature list of the Galaxy S10? Noted Leaker IceUniverse suggests that, whatever these new features will be, they become " innovations you can not imagine [. "A challenge, if I've ever read one, so three new Galaxy S10 innovations are out there, but are likely to be sold as things you can not imagine:

It's been incredibly long since something really new The wireless charging has become a key feature on Android phones, but was introduced in Windows Phone and TouchStone by Palm Pre, Apple's FaceID implemented face recognition in a new way, but it was nothing Also, fingerprints, touchscreens, gesture recognition or other small advances known to geekerati have not been added.

I would suggest that the upcoming innovations are considered iterative and "already exist." For those who have an understanding for smartphones, but are seen by the general public as "new and exciting."

Read Si e the three main features, here on Forbes.

Galaxy S10 concept (Creative Commons, by mobil-heroes .de) Creative Commons, from mobil-helden.de

Samsung sets high price for grade 9

Before the Galaxy S10 did Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 and it looks like the South The Korean company has decided that the technology packed into the phablet means a higher price than last year's grade. Gordon Kelly has more:

[WinFuture’s Roland ] According to Quandt, Samsung will start pricing for Galaxy Note 9 in Europe at € 1,050 ($ 1230) for a 128GB model with a flagship 512GB option for € 1,250 ($ 1,460) , In comparison, the Galaxy Note 8 launched last year at less than 900 euros. If you are looking for comfort, the Note 8 has only 64 GB of storage space.

… It is worth mentioning at this point, smartphones are more expensive in Europe, but mainly because their prices always include VAT. Therefore, the Galaxy Note 9 seems to be ready to launch Stateside with prices of $ 999 and $ 1199, excluding taxes. That will not hack it in a year, if Apple will actually lower the iPhone prices significantly.

Read more about pricing issues here on Forbes.

Galaxy Note Range May Be Discontinued After Grade 9 19659001] Samsung's flagship release, the Galaxy Note 9, may have more pressure than expected. The current proposal (by The Bell) is that a Grade 9 note could phablet the last note released, Forbes & # 39; Gordon Kelly takes a closer look at the impact. That said, it seems Samsung takes criticism very personally as a new leak within the company's supply chain shows that the Galaxy Note is facing a sudden and unexpected rejection …

According to the popular Korean site The Bell is considering Samsung seriously, to completely scrap the brand Galaxy Note. The Bell source says that Samsung has been considering this for over a year now.

Further analysis of why this could be the wrong way for Samsung. This leaves the Galaxy S10 Plus, of course, in the best position to capitalize. As for the August launch …. What about the flip phone Galaxy X?

OnePlus 6 launch (Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Many small steps from OnePlus

In the OnePlus world, this week is a lot of hit on the three little threads, starting with the classic one OnePlus & # 39; Swatch move & # 39; which releases a new color of the handset that appeals to fashion. Max Parker notes the lavarote version of the OnePlus 6:

As a company, OnePlus has grown at an alarmingly fast pace, and its latest flagship, the OnePlus 6, looks ready to tackle its key Rivals like the iPhone X, the LG G7 and the Samsung Galaxy S9, with more ferocity than any previous OnePlus phones ever.

Since its release, OnePlus has introduced two new colors of the OnePlus 6: white and red. The red immediately stands out as one of a kind. This is a deep red with a shiny back and a black front. It looks fantastic.

The full review is at Trusted Reviews. Second, it introduces OxygenOS 'ongoing updates and changes to new handsets in older models, notably improvements in front-facing camera software. TechRadar's John McCann:

The OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T are in the process of getting a new feature, which is shared by the OnePlus 6 selfie portrait mode.

It will arrive in a software update and provide additional functionality within the camera app The selfie portrait mode delivers shots with blurred background – known as bokeh – with the 16 megapixel front camera on the phones.

Finally, I took a look at the supposedly so-called OnePlus 6T, many of which expect it to be announced November 2018. What hardware changes are to be expected in the upcoming handset starts with the location of the forward facing camera: [19659004] One of the curious realities of the OnePlus 6 (and the earlier OnePlus models) is its close affinity with other Chinese smartphone makers and their handsets. OnePlus spokesman describes it as follows: "OnePlus is a separate company from Oppo, we have a shared investor and can therefore access aspects of their supply chain."

That means capturing the pop-up selfies camera from the Oppo Find X is a simple assumption that also provides the option to completely lose the physical indentation of the screen, taking the available screen on the front is maximized.

Read more on the OnePlus 6T here on Forbes.

Honor 7s Review

The way of the big Android phones is always useful, one of the latest phones that appear in the middle range, the Huawei Honor 7s is $ 140, it has a decent Screen, a good camera, but can it be recommended? Richard Devine takes a closer look:

When the Honor 7s sneak away unnoticed, it's made easy. Launched in China under a different name, it's a new budget phone available in Se Lect Global Markets in Africa, Asia , Europe, South and Central America. The next is a US release, which is also not available in Western Europe.

But Honor does a good job in providing high quality cell phones at great prices. Therefore, it is always interesting to see what's new. The Honor 7s continues the brand's slightly embarrassing naming scheme. Being a & # 39; s model should not make you think that this is something it is not.

But apart from that, is it really good? Well … not really.

More at Android Central. Of course, an answer to the low-specification issue is Android Go, and Harish Jonnalagadda is embracing the nine current Android Go-based smartphones, including the leading Nokia 1:

The Nokia 1 is available around the world and is therefore the standard option for those who want to try Android Go. The phone has a dynamic design with colorful polycarbonate backs that can be easily unplugged – like Nokias of yore.

The phone has large bezels on the front and there is no fingerprint sensor, but at $ 70, the Nokia 1 is one of the cheapest devices on this list.

Read the full list here.

Android Market Share, July 2018 (Image: Google.com) Google.com

Oreo's Exciting Distrum Numbers

Android 8 Oreo has reached double-digit coverage since Google reports that the latest version of the mobile operating system has exceeded (only) ten percent mark. It is ahead of Android nougat progress in 2017. Idrees Patel looks at the numbers:

Sales statistics data for July 2018 was collected within seven days to July 23, 2018. Google does not show versions with less than 0.1% distribution. The data collected is based on devices that have visited the Google Play Store in the last 7 days.

Sales figures for July 2018 show that Android 8.0 is now installed on 10.1% of all Android devices worldwide. The newer Android 8.1 Oreo is experiencing slower adoption as it is only installed on 2.0 percent of Android devices. The combined adoption of Android Oreo is 12.1%, which is slightly higher than the adoption of Android Nougat a year ago.

More at XDA Developers.

And finally …

Before the unveiling of The upcoming Pixel 3, and alongside work on Android P and the new material design style, new models of Google's own Android Apps appeared that show the look. And like any good style guide, there is an impressive video. Ron Amadeo reports:

The video is a design sizzle role by Adam Grabowski and Nicolo Bianchino. You are not a googler yourself; Instead, they are employees who have worked on videos for important Google designs in the past. Bianchino's description of the video says the two "worked with the Google Material Design team to create a piece that showed their current design system to their internal teams." Some Googlers shared the video on Twitter, so we can be sure it's legit.

More at Ars Technica,

Android Circuit completes the 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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