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Who wants a phone with 5G, 90Hz display, and a big battery for $215? (Update)


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Update, August 4, 2020 (4AM ET): According to XDA-Developers citing a Realme spokesperson, the V series will also go on sale in most of Realme’s international markets, including Europe, at some point this year. This includes the Realme V5.

While there’s no pricing info for the phone just yet, a direct conversion from its Chinese price suggests a tag of around €180 in Europe. However, European pricing for phones is generally higher than Chinese prices.

Original article, August 3, 2020 (6:40 AM ET): The Realme V5 5G is now official in China, and with its introduction drops the price of 5G access to below the $ 250 mark.

The affordable phone adds bulk to the company’s previous device launches in 2020, like the X50 Pro and the X3 SuperZoom. But unlike this duo, the Realme V5 isn’t meant to be a flagship killer, unless you’re only buying flagships for 5G connectivity.

Aesthetically, it’s nothing we haven’t seen before this year. You’re looking at a punch-hole selfie camera with a shimmering rear plate and a large rectangular camera array in its top-left corner. The silver version also gets that now customary ‘Realme’ print at the rear of the device, although the branding is comically huge here.

See also: The best budget phones you can currently buy

Other on-trend features also make the list. The Realme V5 5G sports a 6.5-inch IPS display with 2,400 x 1,080 resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Buyers also get a quad-camera array at the rear, headlined by a 48MP primary camera. Joining it is an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP macro snapper, and a 2MP depth sensor. A 16MP sensor is used for the selfie camera.

Under the Realme V5’s skin lies the Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset which gives the phone sub-6GHz 5G support and eight CPU cores to play around with. The chip isn’t as powerful as the Dimensity 820, but does allow Realme to add 5G support at a lower cost. A 5,000mAh battery keeps the lights on and can be topped up using Realme’s 30W SuperDart charging.

The Realme V5 will be offered with either 6GB or 8GB RAM, but 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage is the only storage option. There’s also a microSD card slot to boost that figure though.

Other creature comforts include a 3.5mm headphone jack, support for Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, and dual SIM slots. The device runs on Android 10 with Realme UI on top.

Realme V5 5G price and availability

The Realme V5 5G will go on sale in China on August 7 starting at 1,499 yuan (~$ 215) for the 6GB RAM model. The 8GB RAM option is 1,899 yuan (~$ 270). That’s an awful lot more to pay for just a bit more RAM.

As for the colorways, buyers get a choice of silver, green, and blue.

No pricing or availability info beyond China has been announced just yet, but the V5 could kick off a fierce affordable 5G phone battle if it’s ever launched internationally.

Next: The best 5G phones you can buy right now


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Blue Mail kicked off Play Store (Update: It’s back, plus Google statement)


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Update, August 1, 2020 (10:40 PM ET): Blue Mail ended up getting restored on the Google Play Store earlier today after 15 hours of it being unavailable to download. According to Google, its removal had nothing to do with retaliation against Blix, as that company’s founder suggested on Twitter.

Here is a statement that explains the situation in further detail from Dan Jackson, a Google spokesperson:

It’s completely false that we retaliated in any way against this developer. As part of our ongoing policy enforcement process, this app was flagged for similarities to the TypeApp mail app. As we always do when we find issues, we notified Blix and reached out to them to better understand the situation, and after a thorough review we have now reinstated the app.

This statement makes it very clear that the removal of Blue Mail had nothing to do with Blix’s involvement with the ongoing antitrust investigation against Google. Ben Volach, Blix’s founder, thanked Blue Mail’s supporters on Twitter while also calling for other developers who have faced similar problems to reach out and let him know about it.


Original article, July 31, 2020 (05:53 PM ET): Today, the popular email app Blue Mail was removed from the Google Play Store. A search on the store for the app as of publishing this article returned no results other than similar apps.

Blix, the development company behind Blue Mail, was quick to call out the removal as a retaliatory move by Google. Blix claims Google is fighting back because of Blix’s involvement with the ongoing antitrust investigations into Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple.

Google told The Washington Post that it was looking into the issue but did not give a direct comment on the removal of Blue Mail.

Blue Mail removal: Retaliation?

Ben Volach, the founder of Blix and co-creator of Blue Mail, posted the following tweet a few hours ago after he learned of the removal:

According to Volach, Blix only learned about the removal when users who were switching phones started asking why they couldn’t find the app on the Play Store. Volach says there was no notice from Google prior to the app’s removal, and therefore no way for Blix to fix whatever issue caused Google to make the decision to remove it.

Later, Blix said Google informed it that the removal was due to Blue Mail copying another app. However, it is unclear if Google gave Blix enough information to fix the situation or not. Since the app is currently unavailable, we’re going to assume that’s a no.

Blix has troubled history with app stores

While Blue Mail is incredibly popular (and one of the email apps we recommend), it has had its fair share of controversies. Over on the Mac App Store, the app had been removed by Apple after Apple released a product that Blix says was remarkably similar to Blue Mail. Blix sued Apple over this incident.

Related: Best email apps to manage your inbox

During the ongoing antitrust investigation into Apple, the company said it does not retaliate against or intimidate competitors. Blue Mail has since been restored to the Mac App Store.

Blix also previously accused Google of poaching its ideas when the latter company announced it would be integrating its chat app within Gmail in a similar form as Blue Mail.

Volach says Blix has been cooperating with authorities related to the ongoing antitrust investigations. It remains to be seen how long Blue Mail will be off the Play Store or if Google will give Blix a detailed account behind the reasoning for its removal.


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Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 9 series globally (Update: Note 9 teased for India)


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Update, July 9, 2020 (10:45 AM ET): Today, Xiaomi issued the above teaser image (h/t Fone Arena) that pretty much confirms the Redmi Note 9 is coming to India. The country already saw the Pro and Pro Max variants of this device, but now there will be a cheaper option.

Unfortunately, Xiaomi doesn’t give any specific details on when the Redmi Note 9 will land in the country, just saying it’s “coming soon.” However, the teaser image above does appear to confirm it will land on Amazon when it does. We’ll update this article once we are certain of the launch date!


Original article: April 20, 2020 (03:41 AM ET): Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max in India last month, offering capable budget phones for the price. Now, the firm has launched the Note 9 series in Europe.

Unfortunately, the Note 9 Pro Max hasn’t made its way outside India, but European consumers do get the Note 9 Pro and the vanilla Note 9.

Redmi Note 9 series: The info you need

The Redmi Note 9 Pro offers a Snapdragon 720G chipset, 4GB to 6GB of RAM, 64GB to 128GB of expandable storage, and a 5,020mAh battery with 30W charging. You’re also getting a 6.67-inch FHD+ LCD screen, a quad camera setup (48MP+8MP ultra-wide+5MP macro+2MP depth), a 16MP camera in a punch-hole cutout, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Read: The best budget phones you can currently buy

The vanilla Note 9 is an all-new device though, featuring a MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, 3GB to 4GB of RAM, 64GB to 128GB of storage, and a 5,020mAh battery with 18W charging. Other notable details include a 6.53-inch FHD+ LCD screen, a quad rear camera setup (48MP+8MP+2MP+2MP), a 13MP camera in a punch-hole cutout, and a rear fingerprint scanner.

These devices also share a number of features, including NFC (depending on the market), an IR blaster, 3.5mm port, and dual-SIM connectivity.

The Redmi Note 9 Pro has a recommended price of $ 269 for the 6GB/64GB model and $ 299 for the 6GB/128GB variant. The regular Note 9 has a recommended price of $ 199 for the 3GB/64GB option and $ 249 for the 4GB/128GB model.

In the UK, we have some more specific pricing. The Note 9 starts at £179 (~$ 225) for the 3GB/64GB model and £199 (~$ 250) for the 4GB/128GB option. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 9 Pro will set you back £249 (~$ 313) for the 6GB/64GB option and £269 (~$ 338) for the 6GB/128GB variant. As stated earlier, the Note 9 Pro Max is still only in India.

We’re glad to see the Redmi Note 9 series see a wider launch, coming over a month after they first launched. You can check out more Xiaomi-related articles via the list below:


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Motorola Razr: Price and release date (Update: Now available in India)


Update, May 8, 2020 (3:30 AM ET): The Motorola Razr has finally released in India after getting postponed several times. We’ve added details about its India availability in the original article.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking to pick up the new Razr before it goes out of stock, you can do so by clicking on the link below.

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Original article, November 13, 2019 (11:16 AM ET): Motorola took the wraps off its very first foldable device this week: the Motorola Razr! The new smartphone joins the very limited selection of foldable devices launched this year, including the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X. However, the Motorola Razr price is much lower than those phones.

That doesn’t mean that the Razr is cheap! On the contrary, this is still a very expensive device, especially when you consider it has a much weaker spec sheet than the Mate X or the Galaxy Fold. Still, the design of the device is much different than those foldables and might be the practical product that will get people interested in the foldable future.

Motorola Razr release date

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Motorola formally launched the Razr at an event in Los Angeles on November 13, 2019. The device looks just like the Razr phones from the early 2000s — in fact, folded in half, the device is as thin as the very first Razr phone from 2004.

Motorola is continuing its partnership with Verizon and offering the Razr as an exclusive on that carrier. Pre-orders for the Razr were scheduled to open on December 26, 2019, but Motorola later delayed that date due to high demand. It previously announced a general in-store availability beginning on January 9, 2020, but that date was also delayed.

The phone finally went up on pre-order in the US on January 27 and sales for the device started on February 6.

While it’s likely the device will eventually be available as an unlocked model, keep in mind that only Verizon customers will have access to the device in the United States at first.

Continue on to read about the Motorola Razr price and release dates in other countries around the world.


Motorola Razr US price and availability

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On Verizon in the US, the Motorola Razr is priced at $ 1,499. You can either pay for the device outright or sign up for a payment plan and pay $ 62.49 per month for the next 24 months.

That price is a little lower than the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which starts at $ 1,980. It’s also significantly cheaper than the Huawei Mate X, which starts at €2,299 (~$ 2,529). However, since there’s just a Snapdragon 710 on board with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, one wonders why the company couldn’t make the Motorola Razr price even lower than $ 1,500.

In comparison, Samsung’s new clamshell foldable — the Galaxy Z Flip — is priced at $ 1,380 and comes with a superior Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. You can read our review of the Galaxy Z Flip here.

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Motorola Razr UK price and availability

The Motorola Razr is also available in the UK through an exclusive partnership with EE. Customers in UK will have to shell out upwards of £2,000 (~$ 2,562) to buy the Razr on contract.

The cheapest EE plan for the Razr starts at £94 (~$ 120) for 24 months. For that you’ll get a mere 10GB of data per month and will have to shell out £100 up-front to purchase the plan. This way you end up paying £2,356 (~$ 3,018) for the phone over the course of the two-year plan.

If you want to pick up the Motorola Razr from EE in the UK, you can head here to check out all the plans and purchase it.


Motorola Razr India price and availability

The Motorola Razr is priced at Rs 124,999 (~$ 1,687) in India. As part of an introductory offer, Citibank debit and credit card customers in India will be able to get a flat discount of Rs 10,000 (~$ 134) on the price of the phone.

The phone is now available on Flipkart but it’s not shipping to all cities in India owing to the ongoing coronavirus lockdown in the country. You can check availability for your region by entering you postal code on the ecommerce platform.

Those who buy the Motorola Razr in cities where Flipkart is delivering can expect it to ship in a week or so.

Interested Indian buyers can get the phone by clicking on the link given below.

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Motorola Razr Europe price and availability

The Motorola Razr in also available in select regions across Europe. In Italy, the phone is available through carrier TIM and costs €1,599 (~$ 1,784). In France, it’s slightly more expensive and is still on pre-order for €1,699 (~$ 1,895).


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Samsung Galaxy Fold update brings Galaxy S20 camera features to foldable


Update, April 29 2020 (6AM ET): Samsung pushed out Android 10 to the Galaxy Fold in late March and early April, including several Galaxy S20 features as well. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the Galaxy S20’s camera features in this update.

Thankfully, Samsung has just rolled out another Galaxy Fold update (h/t: SamMobile), and this one brings a few prominent S20 series camera features. Some of the more prominent additions include Single Take mode (automatically taking videos and pictures) and Night Hyperlapse.

Other prominent additions include the ability to record videos in Pro mode, custom filters based on your existing snaps, and the May 2020 security patch.

SamMobile adds that the update has the version number F900FXXU3BTDD and is rolling out in France right now. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long to reach other markets.


Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Fold Android update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Galaxy Fold updates, including their current versions, and when future updates are likely to arrive.

Samsung Galaxy Fold One of the first folding smartphones in the market.

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  • Current stable version: Android 10/Android 9
  • When will the Samsung Galaxy Fold get Android 11? TBA

The Samsung Galaxy Fold launched with Android 9 Pie, the then-latest version of Android. It’s expected to receive two major updates in the future in keeping with most flagship Android phones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold update availability Android 10 Android 11
AT&T TBA TBA
US Unlocked TBA TBA
International Unlocked Yes TBA

The Samsung foldable received a major update (version F900U1UEU3BTCE) in late March and early April, bringing the Android 10-based One UI 2.1. This update also delivered Quick Share and Music Share capabilities.

Let us know which Galaxy Fold update you’re rocking in the comments, and if you’ve spotted an OTA we haven’t, tip us!

Looking for another device update? Check out our Android 9 Pie and Android 10 update trackers.

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WhatsApp could soon rival Skype and Zoom with this planned feature update


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In a recent response to the COVID-19 crisis, WhatsApp introduced more forward limits on the app to limit the spread of misinformation. Now, WhatsApp seems to be preparing yet another feature that would make it more useful during the ongoing pandemic.

Possibly prompted by the sudden rise in video calling, WhatsApp is reportedly looking to increase the group audio and video calling limit. The WhatsApp Beta watchers at WABetaInfo claim to have discovered a revealing string of code in the messaging app’s Android beta version 2.2.128.

Currently, WhatsApp restricts group video and audio calls to a maximum of four participants. This limit is tiny in comparison to video chatting platforms like Skype and Zoom, which allow a much larger number of people to participate in group calls.

There is no word on WhatsApp’s new group calling limit, but if Messenger is anything to go by, then we could see a refreshed limit of as many as 50 participants. After all, both platforms are owned by Facebook.

How many people do you think WhatsApp should allow on group calls? Take our poll below and let us know your preference.

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Zoom releases another privacy update as Google bans video chat app for employees


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Zoom is rolling out another minor update in response to multiple security concerns that have plagued the video conferencing software of late. The service will now hide Meeting ID numbers from the title bar so your ID won’t be exposed if you screenshot your meeting.

The change comes after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson accidentally revealed the Meeting ID of a sensitive cabinet call through a screenshot posted on Twitter. Following the incident, many random people attempted to crash the high-level meeting, raising major concerns about the platform’s user interface.

Although Zoom has now hidden the Meeting ID from the main chat window, it can still be found by clicking on the info icon on the meeting screen.

The service has also added a new security icon to the host’s meeting controls. This combines all of Zoom’s existing in-meeting security controls into one place, including those for locking the meeting, enabling waiting rooms, and more. The new security icon is now available on all Zoom platforms (i.e. PC, web, and app versions).

Trouble with Google

Meanwhile, Google reportedly banned Zoom from its employees’ laptops on Wednesday, citing security issues.

“Recently, our security team informed employees using Zoom Desktop Client that it will no longer run on corporate computers as it does not meet our security standards for apps used by our employees,” Google spokesman Jose Castaneda told Reuters.

Google will still allow employees to use the video chat app on their phones and browsers, albeit only for personal video calls.

Zoom’s take

Given these recent security troubles, the company is getting former Facebook security chief, Alex Stamos on board as a consultant. In a blog post published on Medium, Stamos said that he was impressed by the company’s willingness to take aggressive action to become a trusted platform.

“Zoom has some important work to do in core application security, cryptographic design and infrastructure security, and I’m looking forward to working with Zoom’s engineering teams on those projects,” Stamos noted in his post.

CEO of Zoom, Eric Yuan has also apologized for the platform’s security problems.

“What I can promise you is that we take these issues very, very seriously. We’re looking into each and every one of them. If we find an issue, we’ll acknowledge it and we’ll fix it,” Yuan said on the call.

Apart from the aforementioned privacy update, Zoom also introduced some new security features on April 6. You can read all about them here.

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Readers’ Choice: What’s the best smartphone of 2019? (Update: Final two!)


Update: Tuesday, December 24, 2019: We asked you to vote on YouTube and Twitter to decide which two Best of Android Readers’ Choice smartphones would make it to the final round. Out of nearly 31,000 total votes, the results are in:

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus: 13,785 votes (45% of overall votes)
  2. OnePlus 7T Pro: 8,857 votes (29% of overall votes)
  3. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: 4,570 votes (14% of overall votes)
  4. OnePlus 7T: 3,966 votes (12% of overall votes)

Before you leave, we still need your help! We’ve published two more polls on Facebook and Instagram (found below) to crown the overall winner between the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus and OnePlus 7T Pro. Cast your vote in the polls below, and come back tomorrow to see which phone wins the Best of Android 2019 Readers’ Choice Award!


It’s hard to believe it, but 2019 is finally coming to a close. Earlier this year, you voted on the best smartphone of early 2019, but now it’s time to crown the final champion of the year!

There are many factors that go into deciding what’s worthy of being called “the best.” On Friday, we announced our picks for the Best of Android, based solely on objective testing across several categories including display, battery, camera, performance, and audio. There’s more to a good phone than just the hardware, however. Objective testing only tells one side of the story and doesn’t account for intangibles like software update frequency, user interface, or even value for money. To address this, we also brought you our Editors’ Choice pick for the Best of Android. But what about our readers? Now it’s your turn to have a say.

The Best of Android Readers’ Choice Award gives our readers the opportunity to crown the phone you collectively feel stood out as the best of 2019.

Best of Android Readers’ Choice: Here’s how it works

What’s the best phone according to our readers? We’re bringing the choice to readers on the site, as well as to those who follow us on social. This will happen in three phases:

  • Day 1 (today): To kick things off, you’ll find a pool of 12 phones (below) that performed well in our objective testing. It’s up to you to pick your favorite and help us narrow down the options. The poll will be live for 24 hours.
  • Day 2 (December 23): We’ll follow up with a Twitter and YouTube Community polls that will consist of a shorter list of four phones narrowed down from the top performers from today’s vote.
  • Day 3 (December 24): On day three, we will post the two finalists in polls on Facebook and Instagram.
  • Day 4 (Christmas Day): On Christmas Day, we’ll formally announce the top winner.

Best of Android Readers’ Choice: Cast your vote!

Head to our Instagram Story to vote for the two finalists.

Also, please be sure to vote on Facebook:

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Android 10 update breaks Google Pixel 2 Wi-Fi for many users


Google released the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL just over two years ago. The company has since updated the devices with each new iteration of Android since. Unfortunately, the platform’s most recent update, Android 10, seems to break Wi-Fi functionality on many Pixel 2 devices.

Thanks to a tip from Android Authority reader LW Rozanski, we’ve been notified of a Google support thread where hundreds of users are claiming Android’s latest update renders Wi-Fi nearly useless on their devices. Interestingly, though, it seems no two cases are the same.

Some users claim their devices can connect to Wi-Fi networks, but internet access is not available. Others say Wi-Fi connectivity will drop sporadically. Some also claim that even their devices’ Bluetooth functionality is inconsistent and unreliable after receiving the Android 10 update.

Related: Google confirms that Pixel 2 camera won’t get Top Shot feature

Google has yet to formally address the issue at large, though some users have received replacement devices running Android 9. This is not a proper solution since many devices could still suffer the same problems if and when users upgrade them to Android 10.

So far, the only potential fix is to factory reset the device, and even that isn’t guaranteed. And even if it was, users shouldn’t be required to reset their devices just to reclaim its basic functionality.

Fortunately, we have not had this Wi-Fi issue on any of our Pixel 2 devices after receiving the Android 10 update, so we cannot replicate the problem. But what about you? Have you had any of these issues with your devices, and have you had any luck sorting them out? Let us know in the comments below.

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(Update: available now for some users) Video calling app Duo is finally arriving on Android and iOS


Update, 08:50 AM ET: Duo is now available for some users in the Play Store. Click on the download button bellow to check the availability on your device.

Original post, 2:53 AM ET: One half of the dynamic, um, duo of chat apps that Google introduced at I/O is finally here. Almost.

In a blog post, Google announced that one-to-one video calling app Duo would become available on Android and iOS starting today. The post was published late in the evening (Pacific time), so the app should be rolling out right now.

Currently the Play Store Google Duo listing only gives us the option to pre-register for the app. It’s very likely that Google is rolling Duo out gradually, to avoid virtual traffic jams and iron out any unexpected issues that can arise with a brand new service.

Google highlighted the simplicity of Duo, an app that lacks the bells and whistles of Skype or even Google’s own Hangouts. “Duo takes the complexity out of video calling, so that you can be together in the moment wherever you are,” said the company.

It sounds like Google wants to remove any friction that could potentially prevent users from using video calling – the Mountain View company cited research stating that half of all users never make a video call.

To be as accessible as possible, Duo doesn’t need a separate account. You can start using it with just your phone number, just like WhatsApp.

Simple as it may be, Duo is not completely barebones. One of its coolest features is Knock Knock, which basically lets you see the person who’s calling before picking up. You also get end-to-end encryption, which aligns Google with Facebook and Apple when it comes to protecting user privacy.

Very importantly, Duo works on Android and iOS, which will put it on collision course with Apple’s very popular FaceTime.

We’ll keep an eye on the Google Duo Play Store page and update you as soon as the app becomes available.

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No word yet on Allo, the text chat app that Google introduced alongside Duo. It can’t be too far behind though.

Anyone here who’s got Duo yet? Let us know!

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