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Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week's Android Circuit includes leaked details of the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung's secret weapon , Huawei loosing access to Google's Android, reviewing the Pixel 3A, launching Adobe Premier Rush, and the wallpaper that looks inside your OnePlus 7 Pro

Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that has happened around Android in the last week (] and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here .

Note 10 Turns Up The Power

Samsung is set to take the lead in the 'fast charging' smartphone challenge – which is turning out to be one of the big talking points of 2019 – with the Note 10 sporting not just a larger battery but a much faster charger, than Forbes' Gordon Kelly revealed this week :

Working closely with Samsung s supply chain, my source was kunnet confirm leaks att Galaxy Note 10 lancerer with Dramatically faster charging as "a definite". How much faster? Potentially over 50 watts while the Galaxy S10 charges at just 15W – that's a truly radical upgrade. Furthermore, a “4500MAH battery also seems to be in the Pro and / or the 5G Pro” – this is a solid 500 mAh step up from the Galaxy Note 9.

 

More here on Forbes

Samsung's Mobile Division President and CEO DJ Koh holds the new Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone during the Samsung Unpacked event on February 20, 2019 (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images )

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Samsung's Secret Weapon Could Be The Galaxy A80

Meanwhile will Samsung's real innovation be found in the Note 10 or S11, or will the real jump be made in the mi-range with the Galaxy A handsets? Gordon Kelly suggests that this is where we should be looking :

The smart money is on something Ice Universe said himself last week: “Note10 is the optimization and perfection of Galaxy S10 and Note9. Samsung's positioning for Note is 'stable and mature', and the positioning of Galaxy A is 'radical innovation'.

This would make sense because, for me, Samsung's most eye-catching smartphone of the year so far is the bezel -less, notch-less, camera flipping Galaxy A80. And, if I'm right, it means Samsung has a model to top this, which is quite something when the A80 design already puts the Galaxy S10 to shame.

Read more on the A80 here . Google's Android Parting Ways From Huawei

This week saw Google pull Android support from Huawei, following the addition of the Chinese company to the entity list at the US Department of Commerce. Essentially the additional services that Google provides on top of the open source components of Huawei, directly impacting Huawei and Honor branded smartphones. The BBC takes a closer look at the issues :

The move comes after the Trump administration added Huawei to a list of companies that do not trade with unless they have a license.

Google said it was " complying with the order and reviewing the implications "

Huawei said it would continue to provide security updates and after-sales services to all existing Huawei and Honor smartphones and tablets products, covering those that have been sold in stock globally.

More at BBC News . Huawei has responded, highlighting their contributions to the ecosystem in terms of sales and support, but also noted that they are working on an alternative OS if the Android issues are addressed in a timely manner. Vlad Savov reports :

In a statement emailed to The Verge, Huawei underscores its contributions to the growth of Android globally – which most recently saw the company's Android phone sales by double digits while every other leading smartphone vendor was shrinking or stagnant – and reassures current owners of Huawei and (subsidiary brand) phones that they will continue to receive security updates and after-sales service. That promise also covers phones that are already shipped and in stock at stores globally, but additionally promises are made beyond that.

More on Huawei's response to The Verge

Google Pixel 3a Review

Just how good is Google's mid-range version of the Pixel 3? The answer is 'very good' as Gordon Kelly found out in his review of the new handset from Mountain View :

For $ 500 you can buy a smartphone with great performance (Pocophone F1), a nice design (Xiaomi Mi 9) or great battery life (Moto G7 Power). But you can't buy one with a great camera. Until now. With the Pixel 3a Google has changed everything we thought we knew about midrangers. It's a $ 400 smartphone with a camera superior to any iPhone. Yes, there are flaws, but read on why Google has rewritten the rules for what we can expect on a budget of less than $ 500.

More here on Forbes

Attendees holds a stack of the new Google Pixel 3a during the 2019 Google I / O conference at Shoreline Amphitheater on May 07, 2019 in Mountain View, California (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images).

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More Mobile Video Editing Power

If you are looking to edit videos on your smartphone, then the release of Adobe's Premier Rush for Android is an important app. With a focus on creating content for social media, it's worth checking out the trial version. Damien Wilde reports :

Everything feels more geared towards 'drag and drop' creation, which is much easier on mobile devices, but we'll be thoroughly testing the editing software in the coming days. 19659011] Overall, the Premiere Rush software is the learning curve associated with other editing applications and could provide an avenue for more mobile creators to start posting videos to platforms such as YouTube.

More to 9to5Google

And finally…

Thanks to iFixiti's teardown of the OnePlus 7 Pro, we have a good idea what's inside the handset. But what if you want to keep looking at the hardware? The team has put together a OnePlus 7 Pro wallpaper that would be what you see if you had a totally transparent screen :

If you want to peer into your own OnePlus 7 Pro without opening it up, we little teardown wallpaper you can install. Just open up this page on your phone, find the wallpaper that you want, and click on the photo to view it at full resolution. Save the image to your phone, long-press on the home screen, and choose "Wallpapers" to select it from your photos after downloading.

This is freaky, wonderful, and I want this for every phone that I have. Bravo .

OnePlus 7 Pro with iFixit's 'internals' wallpaper (photo: Ewan Spence)

OnePlus 7 Pro with iFixit's 'internals' wallpaper (photo: Ewan Spence)

Android Circuit rounds on the news from the Android world every weekend here on Forbes. Don't forget to follow me so you don't miss any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop ! Last week's Android Circuit can be found here and if you have any news and links you'd like to see featured in Android Circuit, get in touch!

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Taking a look back At seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week's Android circuit includes details of the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung's secret weapon, Huawei loosing access to Google's Android, a review of the Pixel 3A, the launch of Adobe Premier Rush and the wallpaper that looks inside your OnePlus 7 Pro

Android Circuit is here to remind you of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here)

Note 10 Turns Up The Power

Samsung is set to take the lead in the 'fast charging' smartphone challenge – which is turning out to be one of the big talking points of 2019 – with the note 10 sporting not just a larger battery but a much faster charger, as Forbes ’Gordon Kelly revealed this week:

Working closely with Samsung's supply chain, my source was able to confirm that Galaxy Note 10 will launch with dramatically faster than" a definite ". How much faster? Potentially over 50 watts while the Galaxy S10 charges at just 15W – that's a truly radical upgrade. Also, a “4500MAH battery also seems to go in either the Pro and / or the 5G Pro” – this is a solid 500 mAh step up from the Galaxy Note 9.

More here on Forbes.

Samsung's Mobile Division President and CEO DJ Koh holds the new Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone during the Samsung Unpacked event on February 20, 2019 (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

Getty

Samsung's Secret Weapon Could Be The Galaxy A80

Meanwhile will Samsung's real innovation be found in the Note 10 or S11, or will the real jump be made in the range with the Galaxy A handsets? Gordon Kelly suggests that this is where we should be looking:

The smart money is on something Ice Universe said last week: “Note10 is the optimization and perfection of Galaxy S10 and Note9. Samsung's positioning for Note is 'stable and mature', and the positioning of Galaxy A is 'radical innovation'.

This would make sense because, for me, Samsung's most eye-catching smartphone of the year so far is the bezel -less, notch-less, camera flipping Galaxy A80. And, if I'm right, it means Samsung has a model to top this, which is quite something when the A80 design already puts the Galaxy S10 to shame.

Read more on the A80 here.

Google's Android Parting Ways From Huawei

This week saw Google pull Android support from Huawei, following the addition of the Chinese company to the entity list at the US Department of Commerce. In essence the additional services that Google provides on top of the open source components of Android will be available to Huawei, directly impacting Huawei and Honor branded smartphones. The move comes after the Trump administration added Huawei to a list of companies that American companies do not trade with unless they have a license.

Google said it was "complying with the order and reviewing the implications ".

Huawei said it would continue to provide security updates and after-sales services to all existing Huawei and Honor smartphone and tablet products, covering those that have been sold in stock globally.

] More at BBC News. Huawei has responded, highlighting their contributions to the ecosystem in terms of sales and support, but have also noted that they are working on an alternative OS if the Android issues cannot be addressed in a timely manner. Vlad Savov reports:

In a statement emailed to The Verge, Huawei underscores its contributions to the growth of Android globally – which most recently saw the company's Android phone sales by double digits while every other leading smartphone vendor was shrinking or stagnant – and current companies current owners of Huawei and (subsidiary brand) phones that they will continue to receive security updates and after-sales service. That promise also covers phones that are already shipped and in stock at stores globally, but additionally promises are made beyond that.

Google Pixel 3a Review 19659001] Just how good is Google's mid-range version of the Pixel 3? The answer is 'very good' as Gordon Kelly found out of his new handset from Mountain View:

For $ 500 you can buy a great design (Pocophone F1), a nice design (Xiaomi Mi 9) or great battery life (Moto G7 Power). But you can't buy one with a great camera. Until now. With the Pixel 3a Google has changed everything we thought we knew about midrangers. It's a $ 400 smartphone with a camera superior to any iPhone. Yes, there are flaws, but read on why Google has rewritten the rules for what we can expect on a budget or under $ 500.

More here on Forbes.

Attendee holds a stack of the new Google Pixel 3a during the 2019 Google I / O conference at Shoreline Amphitheater on May 07, 2019 in Mountain View, California (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

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More Mobile Video Editing Power

If you are looking to edit videos on your smartphone, then the release of Adobe's Premier Rush for Android is an important app. With a focus on creating content for social media, it's worth checking out the trial version but many of the features you won't love are in the Pro version. Damien Wild reports:

Everything feels more geared towards 'drag and drop' creation, which is much easier on mobile devices, but we will be thoroughly testing the editing software in the coming days.

Overall, the Premiere Rush software is the learning curve associated with other editing applications and could provide an avenue for more mobile creators to start posting videos to platforms such as YouTube.

More at 9to5Google

And Finally…

Thanks to iFixiti's teardown of the OnePlus 7 Pro, we have a good idea what's inside the handset. But what if you want to keep looking at the hardware? The team has put together a OnePlus 7 wallpaper that would be what you see if you had a totally transparent screen:

OnePlus 7 Pro without opening it up, we have this little teardown wallpaper you can install. Just open up this page on your phone, find the wallpaper that you want, and click on the photo to view it at full resolution. Save the image to your phone, long-press on the home screen, and choose "Wallpapers" to select it from your photos after downloading.

This is freaky, wonderful, and I want this for every phone that I have. Bravo

OnePlus 7 Pro with iFixit's 'internals' wallpaper (photo: Ewan Spence)

OnePlus 7 Pro with iFixit's 'internals' wallpaper (photo: Ewan Spence)

Android Circuit rounds up the news from the Android world every weekend here on Forbes. Don't forget to follow me so you can't miss any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop! Last week's Android Circuit can be found here, and if you have any news and links you'd like to see featured on Android Circuit, get in touch!


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