Software and updates As the developer of Android it should come as no surprise that the Pixel 3a wins this category too. You’ll get the latest version of Android immediately after release and a steady stream of security updates. You also get some special Google extras, like Now Playing, which shows what music is playing in your vicinity on the lock screen, or Call Screen, which enables Google Assistant to handle spam calls for you. The Nokia 7.1 runs it close because it’s an Android One phone, which means no bloatware and guarantees the same swift Android version updates for two years and security updates for three years. The Moto G7 is the weak link here with some bloatware and no promise of future updates beyond Android Q. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 3a vs Nokia 7.1 vs Moto G7: Budget phones get better and better
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Special features There’s support for AR Core, as well as Active Edge, which allows you to squeeze your phone to launch Google Assistant. Now Playing, which displays the name of any song playing in your vicinity on screen, and a few other special features can also be found in the 3a and 3a XL. If you activate your 3a or 3a XL before September 30, you’ll also get three free months of YouTube Music Premium. Since they both offer an identical set of options, there’s no winner here. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 3a vs Pixel 3a XL: What’s the difference and which best suits you?
Winner: AirPods Pro Comfort Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, comfort is in the ear of the listener. Everyone’s ears are different and your mileage may vary. Still, I found the Galaxy Buds+, which are lighter and more ergonomically shaped for my ears, to be more comfortable than the AirPods Pro. On long flights, I’ve had to pull the AirPods Pro out to give some pressure points a rest. Three hours into testing the Galaxy Buds+, I felt no need to remove them. … [Read more...] about Apple AirPods Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Of course, performance is what matters most – especially at this price point. The Acer Nitro 5 can’t average 60 FPS at 1080p resolution and Epic detail, but it can hit that if you bump the detail settings down to High. You might have a hard time telling the difference, anyway. The Intel Core i5 HQ-series processors available in the Acer Nitro 5 are more than capable of handling the game. You’ll have to settle for 8GB of RAM but, as I’ve already mentioned, that’s perfectly fine for Fortnite. … [Read more...] about The best laptops for Fortnite
The About page gives you general info about your iPhone. It details the version of iOS you’re running, the storage capacity, and the model number. Also, if your iPhone is running iOS 12.2 or later, you can see your iPhone’s model name. This means that if you have an iPhone 5S or later, you should be able to see the model name. … [Read more...] about What iPhone do I have? How to find out your iPhone model number