Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, or simply MLBB, is set to get a massive upgrade following the announcement of MLBB 2.0 at the recently concluded Moonton Epicon 2019 conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Not long ago, transport network company Grab announced that the Bus Marketplace — a service in which you can book your bus tickets in advance — is already in its app. At least for Filipino commuters who had preregistered for it.
ABS-CBN announced TVplus Go last month, giving customers in the Philippines yet another option to catch their favorite local programming on their Android device.
It’s confirmed: The next EMUI version based on Android Q will be announced at the Huawei Developer Conference 2019.
If you’re a Huawei user based in the Philippines, we’re confirming this good news: As part of its commitment to provide quality service, the company is rolling out EMUI 9.1 to many of its smartphone models starting this month.
Huawei will update 17 devices to Android Q amid an impending trade ban that prevents Google from selling Android licenses to the company.
Amid China’s ongoing trade war with the United States and Google’s recent suspension of Huawei’s Android license, the world’s No. 2 smartphone maker recently confirmed that it is indeed working on its own operating system in the event that it could no longer use Google’s OS for future devices.
Mobile gamers have a reason to rejoice, as the world’s most popular PC game could be coming to smaller screens. Riot Games and China’s Tencent are rumored to be developing the mobile edition of League of Legends, according to three sources with knowledge of the matter.
The first stable public release of Android Q isn’t expected to roll out to Android devices until August later this year.
A new update for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, one of the most popular MOBAs or multiplayer online battle arena games around, has been rolled out today, May 7.