Android Q Beta now available, Apple ditching Samsung displays? - Pocketnow Daily



On Pocketnow Daily, Android Q Beta is now officially available for all Google Pixel phones. Apple may be switching their Samsung displays for BOE next year. The Google Pixel 3 XL Lite was recently benchmarked and it is less powerful than we thought, Apple’s video streaming platform is set to be a big success according to analysts. We end today’s show with deals for the Galaxy Note 9 on Amazon.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
– Android Q beta now available for Pixel devices [U]

Android Q beta now available for Pixel devices [U]


– Android Q beta divided into six stages, final release in Q3

Android Q beta divided into six stages, final release in Q3


– China’s BOE to supply Apple with OLED panels for its iPhones?

China’s BOE to supply Apple with OLED panels for its iPhones?


– Google Pixel 3 XL Lite benchmark shows slower CPU, less RAM

Google Pixel 3 XL Lite benchmark shows slower CPU, less RAM


– Apple Video set for 100 million subscribers within 5 years, says analysts

Apple Video set for 100 million subscribers within 5 years, says analysts


– Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on sale for $719.50 shipped (Reg. $900) https://9to5toys.com/2019/03/14/samsung-galaxy-note-9/

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  1. There isn't any sense to be hyped about upgrade when max of 10% can upgrade to it. If we want new system we need to buy new phone. iOS is much better about that, they got us hahahahahaha. And looks like much cheaper, we can run iPhone for 4-5 years ( change battery and you are good to go). For 4 years you need to buy minimum 2 Android phones if you want to be in software and hardware game.

  2. I seriously doubt that we'll ever see a pixel 3 lite. It just doesn't make sense given that the pixel 3 has been out a while now. It makes more sense that we would see a pixel 4 lite or e/r variant with the launch of the main pixel 4. They'd just galvanise their own sales if they released a pixel 3 lite now or in the next few months

  3. apple is doing their best to lower the price of their next gen iphone hence the switch to BOE instead of continuing with more pricy samsung screen. also in ios 13, there will be a dark mode for sure so apple think they will get away with lower screen display.

  4. Recentandroid updates are just incremental, its update just for the sake of update.
    Some "to be" new features are already in use.
    I think they should wait a little longer and release updates.

  5. Imo Samsung does not have the best displays. At least regarding the extreme blue shift on the S9, I think it is rather bad compared to those of the Mate 20 Pro and the XZ3. None of these three have the best display. Each of them have their advantages and disadvantages.

  6. We do not need a yearly update on software and I would actually like a 2 year OS upgrade with new features. Also helps old device get the 2 gen of OS updates