Hadlee Simons / Android Authority Samsung phones have been in the headlines this week after a Redditor’s experiment revealed that Galaxy phones do some questionable things when taking photos of the moon. More specifically, the Redditor found that Galaxy phones added lunar details to a blurry, low-resolution photo of the moon when the Scene Optimizer […]Read More
Poll: Do you care if your moon mode shot is generated by AI?
Hadlee Simons / Android Authority The Redditor’s experiment showed that Samsung’s moon mode will recognize blurry pictures of the moon and add extra details, craters, and textures out of thin air. It’s also worth noting that Samsung wasn’t the only smartphone brand coming under the microscope for this. Huawei was previously under scrutiny for its […]Read More
Poll: How do you primarily use Spotify?
Joe Hindy / Android Authority Spotify has just announced a major change to its home screen that will see the platform ape the likes of TikTok. That means an emphasis on endless vertical scrolling and album covers. That got the team wondering about how readers primarily use Spotify. Do you simply play specific songs and […]Read More
We asked, you told us: You’d ditch Google Assistant for Bing Chat
Calvin Wankhede / Android Authority Microsoft’s Bing search engine gained a supercharged upgrade earlier this year thanks to ChatGPT integration. The new feature means you can enjoy longer, more detailed responses without phrasing your query in a specific way. Our own Calvin Wankhede recently tried Bing Chat on mobile, which arrives with voice functionality. He […]Read More
You told us: Most of you use this solution for two-factor authentication
Last week, we asked our readers if they use an app for two-factor authentication. Our question was inspired by Twitter’s recent decision to start charging users for SMS-based 2FA. After almost a week of polling, our readers have spoken. Here’s the method they use the most for two-factor authentication. Do you use a two-factor authentication […]Read More
Poll: Nokia has a new logo. Do you like it?
After years and years of creating brand recognition with the color blue, Nokia is ditching is for a new logo that follows no specific color scheme. This is Nokia’s first logo change in 60 years. At MWC 2023, Nokia’s President and CEO, Pekka Lundmark, said that Nokia is no longer just a smartphone company. It’s […]Read More
You told us: You’re happy to give up wireless charging on one condition
Robert Triggs / Android Authority A few days back, OnePlus launched the Oneplus 11 with 80W fast wired charging. Being a flagship device, one would have expected the phone to carry wireless charging support too. However, it skipped the feature, and the company explained users won’t really miss it because the wired solution is fast […]Read More
Poll: Has your Galaxy S23 order arrived early?
Ryan Haines / Android Authority The wait is over as the Galaxy S23 series is finally on sale today (February 17) in a variety of countries around the world. So you can either go in-store to immediately get one or buy a device online. Then again, there are loads of people who pre-ordered their phones […]Read More
Can you sacrifice wireless charging on a flagship if it has fast wired charging?
C. Scott Brown / Android Authority There’s hardly a flagship phone right now that doesn’t offer wireless charging. Be it the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, the Pixel 7 duo, the iPhone 14 line, the Xiaomi 13 Pro, Oppo’s Find X5, and many more — wireless charging is a staple for premium devices. It can even […]Read More
You told us: You’d only consider switching to Bing for these reasons
Hadlee Simons / Android Authority Bing has gained a negative reputation over the years, as many people (deservedly or not) view it as a poor alternative to Google. However, Android Authority colleague Calvin Wankhede recently revealed that he was using Bing as he was getting paid to do so via Microsoft Rewards. That got us […]Read More