Showing posts from February, 2019

Future Android Q phones might feature iOS like Home button for navigation

Last year Google introduced new gesture mode with Android Pie, there were many mix review about the gesture navigation. According to leaks, the company has realized that and now working on revamped navigation gesture of Android Q which was obtained back in January. In Android 9 Pie the three button Navigation system was replaced by 2 button system, Google removed the recent app button and the back button was kept as it is. The home button was also modified and changed into a gesture pill. But this time it seems that Google is having a good chance to kill the dedicated back button. This information is based on a pre-release build of Android Q and it might change in the stable build. According to the reports, Google is experimenting with two major changes in the Android Q by replacing the dedicated back button from the gesture navigation and improving the fluidity of the "last app" transition animation. Moreover, users will not be able to disable the gesture to return to the …

How to Download and Install PUBG Lite for PC in Any Country

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG by all, kicked off the battle royale phenomenon earlier last year and has been all the rage ever since. It has made its way to our smartphones in the form of PUBG Mobile, followed by the launch of a slimmed-down variant called PUBG Mobile Lite as well. However, it seems like the gaming giant is looking to expand the game’s availability to more users around the world, which is why it has now launched a lightweight variant of their PC title – PUBG Lite. What is PUBG Lite? As the name tells you, PUBG Lite is a lightweight and slimmed-down versionof the popular battle royale game – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that’s capable of running on PCs with less powerful hardware. It was first launched back in October last year as PUBG Project Thai and was available solely in, well, Thailand for testing – that too on an invite-only basis. However, this closed project that was limited to 100 players has since been renamed to PUBG Lite and is now …

Redmi Note 7 India Variant Teased to Sport In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Redmi Note 7 is all set to launch in India on February 28, and ahead of the launch, Xiaomi has started a contest on Twitter asking fans to spot humans in an image. The image consists of the number seven and has hidden messages inside that reveal probable features on the upcoming phone. The image teases that the Redmi Note 7 variant that will launch in India may sport an in-display fingerprint sensor and even the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor. It could be possible that Xiaomi will launch the Redmi Note 7 Pro China variant as the Redmi Note 7 variant in India. Furthermore, a Xiaomi executive also claims that more mid-range phones will sport in-display fingerprint sensors in the future. The Redmi India handle has tweeted a contest image that is riddled with clues. The contest image asks fans to count the number of humans in the image, and while searching for humans, we found a few clues inside the image as well. The image suggests that the upcoming Redmi Note 7 India variant will be e…