If you’ve been waiting to play League of Legends on your mobile device, the closest you’ll be getting to that experience will be League of Legends: Wild Rift. While it won’t come out until sometime in 2020, we’re here to help you pre-register, so you’ll get the game the moment it is released. Some of you asked for it, we’re giving it to you.
Xiaomi is just about ready to roll out the newest iteration of its custom Android interface — MIUI 11. The firmware based on Android 7.1 up to Android 10 (depending on the device) will be coming to 42 devices during a staggered rollout that starts October 22.
More Huawei smartphones are expected to receive the EMUI 10 update based on Android 10 soon.
Another year, another NBA 2K. 2K Inc. has returned with the latest installment of its long-running NBA 2K basketball series for another round of realistic NBA gameplay and improved visuals.
The region’s biggest ecommerce shopping season of the year ahead of 11.11 and 12.12 happens less than a week from today. But on Lazada, there are more exciting things to look forward to this time around.
HarmonyOS — or Hongmeng, as it is called in China — Huawei’s first-party operating system built from the ground up, has been the subject of great interest since it surfaced as a possible replacement for Android if the ban on U.S. exports to Huawei is not lifted.
We didn’t see this coming, but it is a welcome surprise nonetheless. Three of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world have formed an alliance to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one handset to another.
The beta version of Android Q-based EMUI 10 will begin rolling out to the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro September 8, with the Chinese market getting the update first and other regions to follow starting about a month after that.
At its developer conference, Huawei has officially unveiled HarmonyOS — or Hongmeng, as it is called in China — a new lightweight operating system that will work across multiple product categories, including smartphones, laptops, and TVs.
Android Q-based EMUI 10.0 will be launched at the Huawei Developer Conference, which is happening from August 9 to 11 in Dongguan, China. Will we see Hongmeng OS at the event as well?