Pete Lau shares OnePlus 120Hz Fluid Display simulation video

Earlier this week, OnePlus had a conference in China where it announced its 120Hz Fluid Display which will appear in its upcoming flagship(s). We are pretty pumped about the display as it will not only feature a higher refresh rate than that of the OnePlus 7 series but be a better display all-rounder.

Yesterday, Pete Lau took to Twitter to share a simulation video of the 120Hz display in action and in comparison to a 60Hz display. The aim of the video is to show how the higher refresh rate results in a much smoother scrolling experience.

The feature is hard to capture on camera but OnePlus tries to do so with this simulation by slowing down the video at a point, so you can notice the difference.

While OnePlus has not explicitly said which of its upcoming phone will feature the new display technology, we presume it will be limited to just the OnePlus 8 Pro while the standard OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Lite will have a 90Hz display.

There is also a possibility that both the OnePlus 8 an..

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Huawei P30 and P30 Pro get Android 10 based EMUI 10 on O2 UK

OnePlus 7T review According to an official statement made by Huawei back in December, the update to Android 10 with EMUI 10 on top for its devices would start hitting the UK in February. Thankfully though, the Chinese company has been faster than anticipated.
The P30 series and Mate 20 series devices on Vodafone have already started receiving their updates recently, and today they're joined by P30 and P30 Pro units sold by O2. These should pop up a notification about a 4.5GB update (with an additional 226MB of bloatware O2 apps to be grabbed) any moment now.
If you're impatient and don't want to wait to be notified about the availability of the update, then open the HiCare app, tap on Update, and then Check for updates. Alternatively, go to Settings > System > Software update and do it from there.
After installing, you'll be running EMUI 10.0.0.178 based on Android 10. Three and EE haven't yet released any EMUI 10 updates for their device..

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Microsoft’s new Edge browser based on Chromium is now ready to download

Apple iPhone 11 review Today Microsoft is making the new Edge web browser available to download for Windows and Mac. The new Edge is based on the Chromium open source project, which makes it similar to Google Chrome in that regard. Microsoft announced the new Edge back in December 2018, when it decided to forego any further development of its own browser engine in favor of switching to the Chromium codebase.
It was a big undertaking, and after over a year of testing, the new Edge is finally ready. You can download the first stable version for Windows and Mac over here.
That said, if you're running Windows 10, you will be receiving the new Edge as an update, at some point in the next few months. The migration process will begin in the coming weeks with a subset of Insiders in the Windows Release Preview ring (which is what Microsoft calls its beta testing for some reason).
Edge syncs passwords, favorites, and settings across devices, while Bing lets you earn ..

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Pocketnow Daily: Samsung Galaxy S20+ LEAKED Video: Looks OK?!(video)

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We could also get a new 5G iPad Pro with mmWave support

According to DigiTimes, Apple is developing a 5G enabled iPad that supports mmWave. Even though we are expecting 5G iPhones this year, the report doesn’t disclose when this iPad would come out. Rumors hint that the iPad would have higher manufacturing costs which would mean a more expensive price tag and would most likely come to the Pro variants. We may also see it until next year as we do know that iPhones g..

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Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+ to include a 64MP zoom lens

We recently talked about leaked images and a video of the Galaxy S20+, but now we new information regarding the camera of every variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. This rumor comes from the well-known leakster Ice Universe, and his tweet gives detailed specs of the camera in each device.

According to the latest tweet from Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+ will come with the same 12MP primary sensor, a 64MP telephoto, and a 12MP ultra wide-angle camera arrangement. However, the Galaxy S20+ would also include a Time of Flight sensor. The Galaxy S20 Ultra would be the only one with the latest 108MP camera sensor, along with a 48MP telephoto lens that’s said to give us 10x optical zoom and 100x hybrid zoom, the same ultra wide-angle camera as the other two variants and a ToF sensor.

The 64MP Samsung ISOCell is supposed to offer 3X optical zoom and 30X digital zoom in the less expensive Galaxy S20 variants, but what’s more curious is the fact that Samsung has ..

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Benefits of using car insurance apps on your phone

Looking for your next insurance quote, you’ll find that there’s a number of comparison sites online. These will usually be your best bet if you’re trying to find the best deal and, even if it does seem like a bit of hard work, it’s worth it when you renew. Why? Well, because insurers depend on you being a bit lazy.

As an example, in your first year of insurance cover, you might get a really good deal. However, when it’s time to renew, they might send you an email or letter telling you about an inflated renewal cost. Usually a quick call to them will make this renewal cost drop, but if it doesn’t you’ll need to start looking around. That all seems like a lot of work, and a large amount of people just run out of time, forget or don’t bother. The direct debit carries on and, if you look at a monthly payment, it seems like a small amount.

However, it’s not. Saving a couple of hundred per year is a big deal. You’re setting fire to your money if you simply ignore the renewal. However, it’s..

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