Previously known only as Hongmeng, HarmonyOS uses a completely new microkernel that is more dynamic and customizable than Linux. Huawei sees HarmonyOS as the future of wearables, IoT, laptops, and yes, smartphones. 

A new report includes information about the basic specs like RAM and battery capacity, but we’re also learning some tantalizing details about the displays. 

Samsung has finally taken the wraps off the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+. This is the first time Samsung has released a pair of Note devices, mirroring the way it handles the annual Galaxy S refresh. That’s not the only change, though.

LG turned its V-series flagship smartphone into a vehicle to promote 5G early this year, and it looks like the company is already preparing for a V60 ThinQ launch.

With its access to Android services in doubt, Huawei has quietly spun up its homegrown Hongmeng operating system. Now, Chinese media reports that Huawei could launch a phone running Hongmeng later this year. 

Automated 911 calls will soon be able to contact emergency services and relay your exact location without you saying a word. 

The service offers a selection of premium apps and games with no ads or in-app purchases for one monthly fee, but it’s unclear when or if Google will actually launch the service. 

After all these years, Nvidia is rolling out an update to Android 9 Pie. The new build is appearing on Shields all over the world right now, bringing new HDR features, enhanced program suggestions, and more.

The Switch is a hybrid console that can plug into a TV or operate as a handheld device. Naturally, Switch fans wondered if it would be possible to run the Android mobile operating system on the device, and it finally is. The first release is impressive, but don’t expect the “full” Android experience. 

The Galaxy Fold will ship in September for the same $1,980, but not all US carriers are interested in selling the device anymore.