Android news #6: Motorola Moto G7 official and Huawei P30 (Pro) leaked

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Android nieuws #6: Motorola Moto G7 officieel en Huawei P30 (Pro) gelekt

Android on the Planet read to you seven days a week, all the best Android news, but it can happen, that you the past few days, all developments do not have to follow. That is why we bring you every Saturday, a weekly overview of the most important Android news.

Motorola introduces Moto G7-series: everything you need to know

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Motorola is coming this spring with a new budgetreeks of four aircraft. The full series is out this year, the Motorola Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play. The G7 Plus G7 Play G7 Power from February to purchase. The regular Moto G7 appears only in march. The entry-level model, the Moto G7 Play, that for 149 euro sold. The price is however on to 299 euros for the Moto G7 Plus. The phones are the successors to the popular Motorola Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus. The latest models are equipped with improved hardware, larger screens, and the latest version of Android.

→ Read more about the Moto G7-series of Motorola

‘Renders show Huawei P30 and P30 Pro with three and four cameras on the back’

Although the announcement of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro probably until the end of the march takes place, leaking there information regularly. The latest leak is coming from a hoesjesfabrikant, which renders probably let you in on how the smartphone will look. The Huawei P30 camera has three lenses, the P30 Pro even four. The renders are from Spigen, a large accessoiremerk often early product pages of smartphonehoesjes online. Now it is the turn of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. From the pictures that Spigen used on product pages is that the devices are very similar.

→ Read more and check out the renders of the Huawei P30 (Pro)

Discover the falafels, waffles and 228 other new emoji that will soon be on your smartphone

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Because we increasingly emoji use to communicate with each other, it is important that everyone abide by it represented feel. Therefore, it introduces behind-the-emoji this year especially a lot of pictures for under-represented groups. So there is now an emoji for deaf people, people in wheelchairs, and for guide dogs for the blind. Also mechanical arms and a hearing aid are added. In addition, there are balletschoenen, banjo, and butter. Furthermore, there are a lot of variations added, mostly from the emoji in which two people each other’s hand to hold.

→ Read more about the new emoji in 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 few hours after the presentation on February 20, pre-order’

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On February 20, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be presented. The new flagship goes directly after midnight, on 21 February, in the sale. At least, that seems to be a promotional poster of Samsung in Indonesia to ruin it. This is to check that the unit February 21, at two o’clock at night local time announced, and then the unit on 22 February to pre-order. The Unpacked event will be with us on 20 February at 20:00, after which you the device, if the information is on the poster’s right, from midnight to order.

→ Read more about the pre-order of the Samsung Galaxy S10

Speakers and displays with Google Assistant ‘interpreter’-update

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Google announced the so-called interpreter-mode last month. The interpreter function turns your Google Home, Home Mini or other smart speaker or display to provide a useful translation utility. The device listens on your request to a conversation that you have with someone, and translates to the desired language immediately after your conversation partner stops talking. In the first instance works, the translation function from English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Choose one of those languages, you can translate dozens of other languages, including Dutch. You can use the interpreter function with several commands to start. For example, say ‘Hey Google, ” turn on interpreter mode’ or ‘Hey Google, interpret from English to Dutch.’

→ Read more about the translation feature of the Google Assistant