One of the features of Jelly Bean that really stood out for me, at the time of the announcement, was the new keyboard. From the sound of it, Google seems to have packed every major feature of Swiftkey which several people consider as the pinnacle of touchscreen mobile keyboards. Unfortunately, I’m not on Jelly Bean yet and will have to wait to try it out, but I’d love to hear the opinions of those who have had the opportunity, particularly those who have had the opportunity to compare it against Swiftkey.
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High-res press renders of the LG V30 have finally leaked, showing the upcoming phone from just about every angle. It looks absolutely gorgeous.
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