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How to use your broken smartphone from a PC

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Prevention is better than the cure

Our smartphones contain a lot of highly sensitive data that is always wise to secure. This is easiest before something bad happens to the phone, trust us. There are several ways to do this: hide the files you want to protect, block applications to restrict access, use guest mode, back up in the cloud, or put passwords on applications.

The best way to secure all the data contained in our smartphone is to back it up. That is to say, save the data in a secure location so that we can recover them even in case of losing the device.

AndroidPIT backup 9981 Back up regularly, just in case. / © AndroidPIT

There are several backup apps available on Google Play where we can transfer data and back it up on our computer. In a few steps we can keep our data safe. Don’t have a favorite backup app? Check out our recommendations.

How to recover files from an Android using a PC

To recover data from your damaged smartphone you can count on the help of your computer. Before starting, we must activate USB debugging in the configuration of the Android device, to ensure that the smartphone will be recognized by the PC.

AndroidPIT use with broken display Connect the smartphone to the PCs and get ready to retrieve your data. / © AndroidPIT

Recovery of images and music is quite simple. Simply connect your smartphone to your PC, activate Debug from the settings menu and use the mouse to access the different folders saved on your device. By accessing the WhatsApp folder, for example, you can hand over all images received in chat. 

However, it may happen that although your PC has recognized your smartphone, you are unable to view the files saved on it. Don’t worry though because, as always, on Android there is a solution to everything.

USB debugging mode not active or PC doesn’t recognize your device

So you have a poorly functioning or out of use display, USB mode not active, or a computer that doesn’t recognize your smartphone. These are all the most common problems you may face when your mobile phone is broken and you need to retrieve your data.

For those of you who have a Samsung device in your hands, remember that on the official website of the South Korean brand you can find a section called Find My mobile which not only useful for when you lose your smartphone, but also for unlocking your device with the function Unlock my screen. By accessing this function, the PC will recognize your device and you can then use the well-known Kies program to transfer your data.

If you have a device from another brand or this solution does not work, you can enter Recovery mode and use Fastboot (which does not need USB Debugging enabled). You’ll then have to start a Custom Recovery with Fastboot and use adb shell commands to extract files.

This isn’t exactly a simple solution, and needs some familiarity with working with Android, but it will allow you to solve the problems encountered and proceed with the recovery of your data from your broken smartphone. To get familiar with Fastboot, check out our dedicated guide.

How to recover data if your screen is broken but you can still see the display

If you’ve broken your touchscreen but the display is still working (you can see it), you can fix this by using a USB OTG (On The Go) and a mouse connected to your device. A USB OTG connects mobile devices to other devices. Basically, your Android device has a mini-USB port and you need to connect this to a mouse that has a USB port. The USB OTG links these two together.

Once you have connected the mouse, you can unlock your device regardless of whether you have a pattern, PIN or password. We recommend using passwords anyways because they are highly secure. 

Now that your phone is unlocked, you can connect it to your computer and either transfer the data you need to your microSD memory or connect it directly to your PC and transfer the files there.

How to unlock your screen when the display is broken

Luckily, there are a few options available when you find yourself in this position. That said, it’s important to note that these are temporary measures; to ensure that you can continue to use your device you will ultimately need to repair the screen. 

The simplest method is to use your PC. Go to the “Android Device Manager” website and sign in with your Google account. If you have GPS enabled on your device, it can be detected by the web tool. In most cases your smartphone is already registered, but you can always pair your phone with your Google account if you haven’t already done so. Click on “Lock” and select “Unlock”. Even with a broken display, you’ll be able to access your device. Once you connect your smartphone to the PC you’ll be able to transfer and back up the data on your smartphone. 

How to recover data if your screen is off

If you can’t see your screen, you might need to get a VNC program. There are plenty of these on the market but make sure you pick one that’s safe and free. These programs move your Android interface to your PC so you can control it from there.

In order to use these programs, you’ll need to download the program to your PC but also on your Android device. This is another case of prevention, as you’ll struggle to install it on your Android if the screen is already dead. There are some paid programs out there too but they usually include more features than pure VNC functionality. So if you’re looking for a more extensive tool, you can grab one of these instead. 

Recovering files with AirDroid

AirDroid is software that connects your smartphone to your computer. You can use it from a web interface or through an application on your computer. You just have to install it on your PC and on your Android device.

Through your account, you should be able to connect to both devices. On your smartphone, you will see several icons that give you access to features such as file transfer or app uninstalling. You can take a look at the different options but the one we’re looking for is the Backup.

Make sure you use the same login details and go to your phone and press the save button. You can also go through the application: click the name of your device in the left menu and click the Backup menu within the three tabs at the top. Your data will then be saved onto the computer.

airdroid1 File transfer and backups are done with ease. © ANDROIDPIT

Plus: AirDroid also allows you to see your notifications on the computer.

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Recovering files with Vysor

Vysor also allows you to use your Android phone from a desktop computer. It works through an extension for Chrome, which has a clear advantage: you can use Vysor on Windows, Mac and Linux. A simple USB cable connects the phone and desktop.

You can use Vysor’s basic functions with the free version. With it you can, for example, connect the devices to take screenshots from Android. With the paid version, screen quality is better, full screen display is available and data transfer can be performed by dragging and dropping all without a cable connection.

Application setup is simple. We found it to be occasionally slow and, as mentioned above, the image quality is not optimal in the free version.

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AirDroid is probably the best way to use your smartphone from your PC because it offers more than Vysor. Perhaps TeamViewer also deserves a place in this list but unfortunately it does not work with many Android devices. 

If you still can’t get your data

Another solution for getting your data off your phone is to take it to a shop that can fix it. Yes, this option costs money but you’ll not only have your data but also have a fixed phone. 

Make sure you ask around for a reputable repair shop. Once the phone has been repaired, they can easily steal your data. If you go to one of the big dealers, you’ll probably pay more but you’re also less likely to get ripped off.

Have you recovered data from a broken smartphone? Let us know how in the comments.

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Poll results: What you want from Samsung's Galaxy S9

The eagerly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 is promising, and we’re already getting hints at what new features we can expect. Ahead of its unveiling at Unpacked on February 25, we wanted to find out what you, our readers want to see from the new flagship.

The features you want

In first place with 24 percent of the votes, was the in display fingerprint sensor. Although this kind of technology is nothing new, it’s definitely exciting to see the development of the first smartphones with on-screen sensors, and perhaps Samsung will follow suit. It’s understandable why this received so many votes, as unlocking your phone in a second by simply touching the screen is a pretty cool feature.

A close second was affordable price.Of course, we all want a great deal when upgrading to the newest, shiniest smartphone, but is this a realistic wish? If it’s anything like the Galaxy S8, we can expect the phone to be on the market for around $ 900.

Here’s how the rest of them scored:

poll result galaxy s9 features The features that you want to see in the Galaxy S9. / © AndroidPIT

We also saw some other suggestions in the comments. Two of our readers mentioned that they would still prefer a flat screen. As you probably know, Samsung’s top Galaxy smartphones only have curved screens, and many people are reluctant to accept this change.

What do you think of the results? 

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Two reasons the Moto Z Play is far from perfect

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The Moto Z Play is pretty chunky compared to other smartphones with 5.5-inch displays: it measures in at 156.4 x 76.4 x 6.99 mm. Though let’s not kid ourselves, compared to the iPhone 7 Plus (158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm), with the same screen size, it doesn’t seem that big.

The Moto Z Play has some great features, the best one, without a doubt, is the battery. It’s an absolute beast. Before switching to the Moto Z Play, I was testing out the Galaxy S8 and, like chalk and cheese, the battery power of the Z Play offers hours more of use compared to Samsung’s flagship device. To give you an idea, I used it for almost two days without having to charge it. Out of all my experiences with Android phones, this is certainly a new record.

AndroidPIT lenovo moto z play 9623 The Moto Z Play comes with a customized cover to smooth out the camera lump and to protect the Mods’ connection magnet. / © AndroidPIT

The software is also quite nice. It’s clean, up-to-date and it offers a user experience close to Android stock. You can already use the Google Assistant and I didn’t encounter aren’t any issues with system bottle-necking or freezing. The fingerprint sensor is quick, and the speaker on the front gives the user a great experience when watching videos or listening to audio. This, plus the quality of the display makes it a solid smartphone for gaming as well, despite weighing in at 165 grams.

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However, there are two features that would cause me to pass on this device: the camera and the lack of competition for Moto Mods.

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The camera on the Moto Z Play is awful.

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The camera on the Moto Z Play is awful, especially in low-light situations despite having a low-light mode. Another problem is the lens stabilizer. Taking moving photos is near impossible. If you’re in a car or on a bus, don’t even bother trying – the images will be blurry. Unfortunately, this makes the quick access to the camera using gestures trivial. So, taking photos with the Moto Z Play demands a lot of effort and good lighting.

Perhaps you think that the quality of photos taken with the camera isn’t that good because Motorola offers the camera module Hasselblad True Zoom? Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Using the Moto Z Play with the Moto Mod leaves a lot to be desired, which brings me to the second major issue.

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There isn’t any actual competition among module designers for the Moto Z line.

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There isn’t any actual competition among module designers for the Moto Z line, and this is heartbreaking. Motorola is a company that came really close (it still could) to continuing the idea of modular smartphones. LG gave up on LG Friends and, even today, it’s not clear what’ll become of LG G5 and LG G5 SE users, who had adopted the idea of a modular device right from the start.

If today a Moto Z Play user doesn’t like image quality provided by the Hasselblad True Zoom, they don’t have anything else to turn to, since this is the only Mod in the whole category (for now). And that’s what I’m talking about: the lack of competition in the (difficult) module market. One solution could be to standardize the module connection systems, but so far, that’s where everyone’s fallen short, especially Google and Project ARA.

Ultimately, after these past three weeks where I’ve been trying out the Moto Z Play, I can say that despite some excellent properties, I couldn’t live with a camera that doesn’t meet my needs and I also can’t see any competition in Mod development. However, these are two features that can (and should) be changed and improved in the second generation of the Moto Z series.

Do you own a Moto Z Play? What do you think of it? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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What we can expect from smartphones in 2018

2017 was not the revolutionary year we wanted. Of course, some devices were interesting last year, and there is no doubt that some technologies are on the verge of glory, but 2017 wasn’t really that great overall. Looking at all of the exciting changes and differences in smartphones so far in 2018, it’s looking like things could very well change soon.

Our expectations are high. Some smartphones are classics (watertight, fast loading, etc.), others are more idealistic (more affordable prices, a return to the mini-jack plug from some manufacturers, etc.). They have all been discussed in many of our articles over the past couple of years, often at length. So let’s take a closer look at some of the more recent news and get an idea for the year to come.

18:9 Screen 

You might say,  “It’s unique to high-end smartphones”. We instantly think of the Galaxy Note 8, LG V30 and other flagships, but the 18:9 screen is no longer limited to these high-end phones. The Wiko View for example still offer this large screen, and other smartphones that are not necessarily as popular or well known, such as the Huawei Honor 9i.

It is therefore likely that this screen format will become more common in mid-range phones. The Galaxy A5 (2018), for example, could adopt this idea since the design will be inspired by the Galaxy S8. One question remains unanswered: do we want it? A large screen is convenient for multimedia content and is now considered aesthetically pleasing, but it also makes the device more susceptible to damage on impact, and more surface area means more scratches overtime.

AndroidPIT HTC U11 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note8 1931 HTC U11 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 both have a 18:9 screen. © AndroidPIT

Quick unlocking

If the screen covers most of the front surface, there is no room for a fingerprint reader. There are not many solutions either: change the size of the player, move it to the back (as Samsung and LG did), or replace it. The first option is not really feasible, both in terms of aesthetics and practicality. The second one showed its limitations with the S8+ and Note 8+. When the model is large the button becomes difficult to reach, too high and it is difficult to press. If it is too low it becomes annoying. One solution, currently under consideration, is to place this button directly on the screen, but the technology is not yet fully developed.

What about the third option? There are alternatives to fingerprint scanners, but they are not as practical. One is to scan the iris, the other is to scan the entire face so that facial recognition can be performed to unlock the device. However, Apple is doing quite well with this latest technology, which is used on the iPhone X with the ‘name Face ID’. Other manufacturers such as Samsung have adopted all of these methods, but they have not worked as well as they should. In 2018, we’re expecting a solution to this problem.

AndroidPIT eye sensor scanner Photo illustrating the iris scanner technology. © AndroidPIT

More artificial intelligence

Certainly, this point is intended more for flagships than mid-range smartphones. What’s certain is that artificial intelligence is trying to make its mark with smartphones, whether by using smart wizards such as Google Assistant or by using a hardware chipset like Huawei does on the Mate 10 Pro.

The race for artificial intelligence is leading to competition between manufacturers that are all working on developing this technology and we can therefore expect each of them to reveal their own AI features. AI has become a buzzword, creating intrigue among users (even if some doubt it) because this technology does have great potential and might in fact make life easier for smartphone users. This is illustrated fairly well with Google’s photo recognition system (Motion), or with the post-processing performance due to the NPU chip of the Mate 10 Pro as well as translation features.

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What are your expectations for the smartphones of 2018? Let us know in the comments!

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How to remove the Google Search bar from your Android homescreen

Google has the incentive to keep users locked into their ecosystem. That’s why the Google Search bar is sitting there, taking up space on the home screen of every brand new Android device. If you don’t use the Search bar and its just taking up room, here’s how you can get rid of it.

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Why remove the Google Search bar

Google wants its Assistant service to be successful. So, they’ve put the little microphone icon on their Search bar with the hope that you’ll use it thanks to its convenient placement. But if you’re not into it, removing the search bar is often quite easy on most phones, if not exactly obvious.

The most common reason is on-screen real estate: that bar takes up space that could be put to better use by displaying app icons or more of your snazzy wallpaper.

How to remove the Google Search bar 

Removing the Google Search bar isn’t difficult, but the process differs from device to device. Most of the time you just need to long press the bar itself and an option to remove or hide it will pop up.

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On Samsung and LG handsets, for example, you just remove it like you would any other home screen widget. On Sony Xperia handsets, however, this process won’t work.

Below are a couple of examples of how to do it. All devices should follow fairly similar steps, so try the first example, and if it doesn’t work, move on to the next:

Samsung handsets

  • Tap and hold on the Google Search bar.
  • Drag it to the trash/remove icon at the top of the screen.

androidpit samsung google search removal Just drag the Google Search bar to the trash if you’re using a Samsung device. / © AndroidPIT

To retrieve the Search bar:

  • Tap and hold an empty space on the home screen.
  • Tap Widgets in the menu that appears.
  • Navigate to Google App folder and tap it.
  • Drag and drop the search bar from inside the folder to suitable space on one of your home screens.

androidpit samsung google search removal 2 To bring it back, find the Search bar in your Google widgets. / © AndroidPIT

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  • Tap and hold the Google Search bar. A new menu will appear.
  • At the top of the screen will be the Google Search bar, and on the right side it will say Hide. Tap Hide.   

androidpit google search bar hide Pinch your home screen then tap Hide at the top right of the screen. / © AndroidPIT

  • Tap your home button or return key. 
  • The Google Search bar should now be hidden. 

androidpit google search bar hide 2 See? No Google Search bar. / © AndroidPIT

If you want to get the Google Search bar back once you’ve removed it, simply reverse the above steps and hey presto!

User suggestions

There’s more than one way to solve a problem like Google Search, and our readers have chimed in with a few helpful techniques in the comments section. We’ve now included them in the main section of the article for your convenience.

Danielle Furry recommends disabling the Google app in settings, which works for a range of Android versions. Here’s how it works:

  • Open Settings, then open Apps  
  • In the All apps list, find Google app, tap it and select disable
  • Reboot your phone and the search bar should be gone!

Courtesy of Kenneth Cyr, here’s a simple method that could work for many:

  • Press on an empty space in your homescreen
  • Several options should pop, including Settings. Select it.
  • Deselect “show Google tool bar on home screen” or similar

How to remove the Google Search bar with a custom launcher

Another simple way to get rid of the Google Search bar is to simply find yourself a custom launcher such as Nova Launcher or Apex Launcher. These can completely customize your Android device to look and work the way you want it to, and you can even get some launchers for free.

AndroidPIT best android themes 6 A custom launcher such as Apex (pictured) can make the Search Bar disappear. / © AndroidPIT

Third party custom launchers are brilliant things, and Nova and Apex aren’t the only ones out there. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to the best Android launchers available, and we’re pretty sure at least one of them will excite and delight you.

It should be noted that installing a custom launcher is the only way to get rid of the Google Search bar on Google’s own Pixel and Pixel 2 phones.

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How to remove the Google Search bar by rooting your Android device

This won’t come as a surprise to those of you who have heard of this process. If you root your phone, you can remove the Google Search bar. If you don’t already know about rooting, it’s when you grant yourself complete control over your phone – at the “root” level. A rooted Android is almost infinitely customizable, and once you’ve rooted your device, almost any custom ROM will let you uninstall the Google Search app. We’ve written a complete guide to rooting, which will tell you not just how to do it, but how to do it as safely as possible.

AndroidPIT Nexus 5X 8925 Using a custom ROM is a more drastic way to remove Google Search. / © AndroidPIT

Worried that rooting will void the warranty on your device? Don’t be: we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on how to root your Android device without voiding the warranty.

Have you removed Google Search from your home screen? Did the process cause problems on your Nexus, or perhaps was it smooth on your Samsung? Share your experience in the comments!

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Poll: What would you like to see from the new Samsung Galaxy S9?

It’s certainly no secret that Samsung is working on its successors to the Galaxy S8 and S8+. It’s rumored that the smartphones could make their debut at MWC, as was the case in previous years. We’re just a couple of months away from their launch, so we want to know what you’d like to see in Samsung’s upcoming flagships.

2017 brought a lot of new trends, which we gave an overview of during the holidays. But things are looking just as exciting in 2018 in terms of new products and innovations. Samsung, as usual, should throw some surprises at us in the new year with the new generation of the Galaxy S series. 

Launched last April, the Galaxy S8 and S8 + were the first generation of Samsung smartphones to benefit from Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant. However, it’s clear that more than 10 months after its release that its global reach is still limited, since Bixby is only available in a few languages: Korean, Chinese, English and Spanish. Why is this the case? According to the South Korean manufacturer, Bixby has a hard time learning new languages.

But despite this concern, the Galaxy S8 is certainly the most popular Android smartphone on the market. And these devices are difficult to miss as a result of all of the ad campaigns. The S8 and S8+ certainly have plenty of merits. The concept and design of the Galaxy S8 devices are of a very high quality. Samsung has benefited by introducing the Infinity Display concept, both in terms of aesthetics and usability. The camera is also impressive and the battery life is sufficient.

For the Galaxy S9, if we are to believe the latest rumors, two models will be launched: a larger model (with the code name ‘Star 2’ for the S9+, SM-G965) with a 6.22-inch AMOLED display and a ‘small’ model (code name ‘Star 1’ for the S9, SM-G960) with a 5.77-inch AMOLED display. In terms of technical specs, both smartphones should offer the Snapdragon 845 processor in the US and the new Exynos abroad.

But the real question is what changes users would like to see on these smartphones. I made a short list of what matters most to me:

  • A dual camera: the new generation of Galaxy S must finally offer a dual rear camera
  • More resistance to falls: a nice design is good, but it it’s better if it can withstand the test of time
  • A repositioned fingerprint reader

It’s your turn. What do you hope for in the Galaxy S9?

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Layout from Instagram Apk v1.3.10 For Android Download

Explanation: Instagram’s newest app is a better way to make collages. Layout lets you create one-of-a-kind layouts by remixing your own photos and sharing them with your friends.

Choose photos from your gallery—or use the built-in Photo Booth to snap spur-of-the-moment shots—and instantly see them laid out in a cool collage. Pick the layout you like best, then edit it to make it your own.

Layout’s smooth, intuitive process gives you complete creative control. Tap to mirror, flip or replace images, hold and drag to swap them, pinch to zoom in or out, or pull the handles to resize. You’re the editor, so get creative with the way you stitch things together—you can tell a story, show off an outfit or just splice, dice and change the look of your regular photos to convey a mood or theme.

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* Re-mix up to 9 of your photos at a time to create fun, personalized layouts and collages.
* Use the Faces tab to quickly find photos with people in them.
* Capture the moment in Photo Booth mode with quick, spontaneous shots.
* Save your layouts to your gallery and share them seamlessly to Instagram or other networks.
* Easily see the last 30 photos you’ve selected in the Recents tab.
* Pair your layouts and collages with Instagram’s filters and creative tools afterwards to make them stand out even more.
* Download and start creating a layout or collage immediately. No signup or account required—and no clutter breaking up your flow.

If you want to play this apps, you can download and play the game from the link below. Good luck.

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Developer Company: Instagram
File Type: .apk
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Boomerang from Instagram Apk v1.4.3 For Android Download

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Explanation: Boomerang from Instagram makes everyday moments fun and unexpected. Create captivating mini videos that loop back and forth, then share them with your friends.

Find something (or someone!) that’s moving, or create a video selfie by switching to the front-facing camera. There’s just one button. Tap it once and Boomerang does the rest: shoots a burst of 10 photos and turns them into a delightful mini video. Share it on Facebook and Instagram right from the app, or save your video to your camera roll to share later.

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* Take mini videos of your life and yourself using the front and back facing camera.
* Download and start capturing immediately. No sign up or account required.
* There’s just one button! The app takes 10 photos and stitches them together, speeds up the video and then loops it back and forth.
* Share your videos on Instagram and Facebook right from the app, or share them later from your camera roll.

If you want to play this apps, you can download and play the game from the link below. Good luck.

Program Name: Boomerang from Instagram
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Program Type: Photography
Release Date: 14.01.2018
Language: English
Size: 5.8 MB
Developer Company: Instagram
File Type: .apk
Installs: 50,000,000 – 100,000,000
Price Status: FREE
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Livestream: What can you expect from the Samsung Galaxy S9?

The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is getting closer and closer. There are many rumors about the brand’s future flagship and the gossip keeps on coming. Curiosity is growing and we’re excited to discuss it with you today at 12.30 pm. Are you ready?

What will we be talking about this Friday?

The future Galaxy S9 and Plus will both be unveiled at the MWC in Barcelona next month and, like every other month, the South Korean manufacturers two top-of-the-range products attract everyone’s attention internationally. Expectations are high and so no doubt Samsung will try to impress us with new features.

The camera will undoubtedly be updated, and on the Plus, we expect that the dual camera will be implemented to the back. Enough with the spoilers, tune in with us and be ready with your questions and comments!

Be sure to tune in at 12.30 pm US time, (or 5.30 pm if you are in the UK) on our YouTube or Facebook page!

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