Best Budget Smartphones to Buy in 2019

There are a lot of smartphones to choose from in 2019, but which one is right for you? The best smartphone is the one that fits your needs and budget. If you still haven’t decided which smartphone is right for you, here’s a list of some of the best options that you can consider this year.

LG V40 ThinQLG V40 ThinQ
The LG V40 ThinQ features a headphone jack, 4 cameras, IP68 and wireless charging. It has a slim and light build. The phone also offers a manual option for video recording. You can choose from telephoto, wide angle and regular camera modes. The phone also features LG’s Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display, which delivers excellent color reproduction, peak brightness and deep blacks. You can also choose from 7 screen color modes, including Expert, Auto, Game, Cinema, Photos, Sports and Web. If you want to adjust the hue, sharpness and saturation, you can choose Expert. The LG V40 ThinQ is also equipped with one downward-firing speaker.

Huawei P20 Pro
The Huawei P20 Pro has 3 rear cameras. The phone looks stylish thanks to (more…)

Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s EDGE Browser

The Microsoft EDGE is a web browser that is specifically developed for the Windows 10 operating system and it was first released for the Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2015 then this software released for the iOS and Android mobile devices in the year 2018. It includes the integration with cortana and it has an extension that is hosted on the Microsoft store, unlike the internet explorer browser, edge does not support the legacy BHO and ActiveX technologies. At initial stage the Microsoft Edge is built with Microsoft own Chakra engines and EdgeHTML where now the edge is currently being rebuilt as chromium based browser just by using the V8 and Blink engines. In Windows operating system such as like Windows 10, Xbox One consoles and in Windows 10 mobile Microsoft Edge is found to be the default web browser and it has replaced mobile internet explorer and internet explorer 11.

Edge broweser by Microsoft

Microsoft initially announced that their software will be supporting the legacy MSHTML layout engine for the backwards compatibility but later decided to (more…)