Will Google TV get this new feature? (Android News #26)

The OnePlus 10T has been fully leaked and Google TV is getting an interesting feature. This is the most important Android news of the week.

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“This is the OnePlus 10T: new renders show the device”

OnePlus plans to release a new smartphone soon: the OnePlus 10T. This is evident from renders that have now been published online. The images appeared on website SmartPrix and come from the well-known smartphone delicious OnLeaks† We therefore assume that the images are reliable. The OnePlus 10T is going to look about the same as the OnePlus 10 Pro, which has been on sale for a while now. On the back we see a large camera island that seems to ‘fold’ around the housing. The island contains three cameras, which are presumably a 50 megapixel main lens, 16 megapixel wide-angle lens and 2 megapixel macro camera. At the top right is an LED flash.

→ Read on and check out the leaked OnePlus 10T renders

‘Nothing Phone (1) price leaked: for sale for 469 euros’

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We are learning more and more about the new Nothing Phone (1). First the design was leaked, then the specifications and now the price has also been spotted. On the Amazon Germany website, a bundle was offered for a short time with the Nothing Ear (1) earbuds and Nothing Phone (1). The cheapest bundle would cost about 567 euros. When looking at the individual products in this bundle, we see that the Phone (1) itself would have a price of 469 euros. For that you have the entry-level model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. For the 12/256GB variant you pay 550 euros, according to the advertisement.

→ Read more about the leaked price of the Nothing Phone (1)

‘Google TV will automatically log you in to streaming services’

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If you get a Google TV device – such as the Chromecast with Google TV – you must logically set it up before you can start watching. You log in with your Google account, install the apps of the streaming services you use and then log in with your accounts here as well. In the future, there should no longer be a need to download your favorite apps and log in as this is what Google TV is going to do for you. Discovered this 9to5Google, which found directions for this in an apk file of the Google TV Setup app. When setting up a Google TV dongle, Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime Video are then automatically installed – and logging in is also done for you.

→ Read more about the possible new feature of Google TV

Research: Netflix has the most satisfied users in the Netherlands


You can watch movies and series via Netflix in the Netherlands since 2013. The streaming service is therefore one of the first and largest in our country. Dutch people who purchase a streaming service are also the most satisfied with Netflix. This is according to a study by Telecompaper† In the survey, customers rated their streaming services with a grade. With that calculated Telecompaper the so-called NPS score on a scale of -100 to 100. Netflix scored the highest with a 33. That means that more people recommend Netflix than advise against it. Videoland is in second place with a score of 24 and Disney Plus is in third place with 20.

→ Read more about the Netflix research and more

‘Samsung Galaxy S23 will not get a hidden selfie camera under the screen’

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The Galaxy S23 has not been officially announced yet, but there are already a lot of rumors going around. Samsung’s next Galaxy S phones seemed to come out with the selfie camera under the screen. That rumor now seems less likely. The South Korean blog Naver reports that such a hidden selfie camera is not included in the specification list of the device. The company has previously equipped a device with a hidden selfie camera. Samsung’s folding phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, does have that. When this phone is unfolded, the entire front of the device is the screen. When you open the camera app, the selfie camera comes out from behind the pixels.

→ Read more about the invisible selfie camera and Samsung S23

Video of the week: use your smartphone as a power bank

Use your smartphone as a power bank (thanks to reverse wireless charging)

Source: Android Planet by www.androidplanet.nl.

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