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Nuogat Andriod 7.0 features

The new OS is loaded with new features and refinements, each one improving upon the overall Android experience. Some changes, such as bundled notifications, are quite obvious. Then there are the less visible changes, such as a new multitasking shortcut. Follow along as we take a look at what’s new in Google’s latest mobile OS.

Quicker multi-tasking
You can now double-tap the recent apps button to quickly switch between your two most recently used apps. For example, say you’re in Gmail but need to look something up in Chrome to include in an email. You can open Chrome, find and copy a link, then double-tap the recent apps button and your device will switch back to Gmail.
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Upgrade to the Nougat

We  are happy to announce the official upgrade schedule of the different Infinix smartphones that will receive the Android Nougat update.

Infinix X features

Infinix mobility recently the latest version of it’s customized user interface ‘XOS chameleon’ with the launch of Infinix HOT S and HOT 4 in August, the new user interface comes with the latest infinix smartphone Infinix note 3. The XOS UI is unique with all its amazing features to enable infinix smartphone users to optimize their smartphone usage. Most unique of them all is the X features.

X Hide

Used to hide sensitive information from public view, you activate this by setting up a four digit pin starting with ##. When activated it gets hidden from your menu and can only be accessed when you go to your phone dailer and type ##(four (4) digit pin).
Even with a good knowledge of XHide,  so long your pin is secured that such individual can't have access to your hidden files.  You can also bring the app back to appear on your menu if you so desire by disabling the hidden mode.

X Share Used to share files, images, apps, documents etc faster and easier, another amazing feature is the use…

11-minutes video of Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Earlier we saw a short video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, just a few minutes. The device in question — which appears to be an early prototype is devoid of a curved display.

Blackberry releases most secured smartphone

The Ontario-based company has unveiled its latest smartphone the DTEK50, a handset it calls the “world’s most secure.” It’s BlackBerry’s first touchscreen-only Android phone.

IPhone 7 coming to store on September 16th

According to Evan Blass (a reputable leaker), Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 7 is set to hit store shelves on Friday, September 16th, the tweet came from Blass indicating that Apple was going to release the device during the week, September 12th, there was some initial confusion as to whether or not September 12th referred to the product’s unveiling or the actual launch event, to that regard Blass published a follow-up tweet in order to address any confusion.

With that release date in-hand, we can also deduce that the actual iPhone 7 unveiling will likely be about 10-14 days earlier. Looking at the calendar, it’s not unreasonable to presume that Tim Cook and co. will get on stage either on September 6 or 7 and introduce Apple’s next-gen smartphone to the world.

Now as for what type of features the iPhone 7 will bring to the table, it’s believed that Apple is saving its most jaw-dropping new features for the iPhone 7s (which may be called the iPhone 8). That notwithstanding, the iPhon…

A leaked online video of Galaxy Note 7 in action

A leaked video has been posted online which shows the Galaxy Note 7 in action during testing for Olixar, an accessory maker for mobile devices.

The video shows off the Galaxy Note 7 in all its glory with a 5.7-inch display dual-edge curves which is a first for any Galaxy Note. The dual-edge display of this smartphone wraps around the edges very nicely and giving a  unique feel, unlike any previous Galaxy Note. The video was recorded when it was being tested for Olixar’s Curved Glass Screen Protector, from the looks of it the protector works very well with this dual-edge curved display.
Leaked renders have also shown us a Blue Coral color of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with is a nice addition as to the alternative of the conventional silver, gold and black color options and the new modules on the top of the front panel suggest that it may very well come with an iris scanner which will be the first for any Samsung smartphone.
Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 and is r…