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Well, if you want to buy a budget-friendly smartphone in under Rs. 20,000. I just explain the top 10 best budget-friendly smartphones under Rs. 20,000 in 2019 which is the best for you. When I thought about smartphones a bunch of smartphone companies name appears in my mind. There is various type of feature, performance, and best camera quality of Android phone. So, it’s really critical to explain which is the best budget smartphone in…

If you ever have seen that your Android phone’s app collection, and you might notice that the number of unknown or ghost app on your phone. Not all of the apps are bloatware, but there are some of the specific purpose apps that Google places. You probably didn’t see those kinds of apps icons on the screen, but the app’s functionalities are important. Android Accessibility:-  The earlier app called Google TalkBack, it means people with…

The Chinese popular smartphone brand OnePlus makes flagships Android phones and sell them less than hundreds of dollars besides Samsung’s Galaxy or Google’s Pixels phones. The Chinese model OnePlus is the highly expected next-generation flagships phone, and the 6T version was originally assumed on Oct 30. But fortunately, the company moved the launching date Oct 29, actually the company doesn’t wait to launch their product in front of OnePlus consumers. That’s the true commitment to…

Don’t throw your Android phone around the room in fear. According to the report from Kryptwire firm via Wired that shows many Android phones surprisingly vulnerable thanks to Android’s open operating system. But whereas this report is concerning, the real-world capture threat it poses to actual Android phone users might not be a big deal to crack. Analyzed by the Kryptowire 10 Android devices approved by the U.S. carriers, and found that bugs in the…

On Wednesday, the European antitrust controllers have fined Google with a 3.4 billion euro ( $5.04 billion) fine for misusing its position in the smartphone market to increase the dominance of its search engine, the European Commission declared in a statement. The tech giant Google was ordered to stop the practice within 90 days or face further penalty payments of up to 5% on an average daily global turnout of its parent company, Alphabet. SEE…