iFixIt is back with a teardown of one of the newest devices out there, the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Being released on American carriers starting this week, it’s the perfect time to grab one up and take a look-see at what lies beneath its outer-shell. Fortunately, these guys have the gonads to do what we wouldn’t and gave us all a front-row seat to the dismantling of the first Android tablet that could realistically take on the iPad. Head to iFixIt for their full rundown.
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New code commits from Google are referencing the next version of Android as “Android Pi.” This is only an internal code name and not the official dessert name that will be revealed later this year.
A new leak reveals the Moto G6 lineup which will include the Moto G6, Moto G6 Play, and Moto G6 Plus. These devices are likely to be unveiled at MWC 2018.
The Essential team has been doing bi-weekly AMA sessions on Reddit and have officially confirmed they’re still investigating touch latency issues.
OnePlus has halted credit card payments on its online store after reports of possible fraudulent charges showing up after buying a device from the company.