Nokia Blade Max Pro: dual cams, massive 8GB RAM, 6000mAh battery box!!

Today, let us bring out the premium version of Nokia Blade series: Nokia Blade Max Pro. Under the hood, the phone comes with 25MP selfie lens and impressive 6000mAh battery cell. Read through the article for more information!

Nokia Blade Max Pro

Nokia Blade Max Pro specs

HMD Global is going to release some premium devices with glorious appearance and impressive features next year. One of them can be the Nokia Blade Max Pro. From the Nokia Blade series, this Nokia phone is the upgraded variant of Nokia Blade Max 2018. In particular, the handset comes with incredible specs and powerful processor. Moreover, it will feature the full-screen display along with under-display fingerprint reader on top.

Under the hood, Nokia Blade Max Pro specs feature a huge 6.5-inch Super AMOLED with a 4K resolution. For the processor, the Nokia smartphone gets power from the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset. Concerning the storage, this device offers massive 8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of inbuilt memory. Moreover, the storage can be expandable up to 512GB via MicroSD card. How about the camera system? Keep on reading!

Nokia Blade Max Pro

Image-wise, the Nokia Blade Max 2018 camera system equips a dual 25MP + 20MP rear snapper. On the front, there exists a single 25MP lens for selfie enthusiasts. How about the power cell? The Nokia Blade Max Pro draws a non-removable Li-Ion 6000mAh juice box (Quick Charge support). Besides, this phone also supports wireless charging on top. Lastly, this flagship comes running on the Android 9.0 Pie straight out-of-the-box.

Nokia Blade Max Pro release date and price

Overall, there is no official confirmation about the Nokia flagship availability. However, we can expect to see this Nokia around next year. As for the cost, the Nokia Blade Max Pro price starts at Rs. 70,000 (roughly around $965). What do you think about this premium version? Share your ideas with us!

Android 9.0 Pie to hit six Sony smartphones starting September!

Good news for all Sony users! According to the latest report, the latest Android 9.0 Pie is going to arrive on your devices within the next month. Read on right below to see if your Sony phone makes it into the waiting list today!

Android 9.0 Pie

Android 9.0 Pie to hit six Sony smartphones starting in September!

Just last week, Google finally unveiled their latest Android operating system under the name Android 9.0 Pie. Since then, many smartphone manufacturers have begun to announce their update schedules. Out of many brands, Sony has been one of the first to catch up with this new version of the OS. In details, the Japanese company promised that the OTA update is going to arrive on their devices as early as this September.

Moreover, Sony stated that a total of six smartphones is going to receive the upgrade. We have the three Sony Xperia XZ2 devices: Xperia XZ2, XZ2 compact and XZ2 Premium. Moreover, there is also the two Sony Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 compact. Lastly, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the sixth name on the list. Now, let’s take a swift look at what the Android 9.0 Pie is bringing to your handset.

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Let’s start with the first one – Adaptive Battery! The program can figure out which apps you use less, then cut off resources to them to make your battery last longer. The second one – Adaptive Brightness – is going to automatically adjust the display brightness to your current location and what you are doing on the device. On the other hand, the new Android version make frequently performed tasks quicker. With the new Slices program, apps can insert themselves into your searches so you can perform a task quicker. Another example we have is App Actions. The app inserts quick actions within the launcher at certain times of the day based on your activities. You can find out more details about it right HERE!

Android 9.0 Pie SOny update date

Based on the report, the rollout for all six Sony phone is going to start in September and finish sometime in November. Stay tuned for more update, everyone!