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Samsung was supposed to be the first OEM in the world to bring the foldable smartphone to our doors, but now that ZTE has already beaten Samsung to the first punch by years, the only hope the old and cancelled Project Valley enthusiasts have is that the Korean company will at least be releasing one in 2019. If the latest report by The Wall Street Journal is anything to go by, that might really turn out to be true.


According to the report, the upcoming device will sport a 7-inch Super AMOLED display, that will fold in half from the middle like a wallet. There will apparently be a secondary display on the outside of the device as well, to make it usable even without folding out the phone. As you would expect for a device with essentially three different displays to be, the Galaxy X, aka Winner will be a costly smartphone at roughly $1,500!


Expected to be launched at the Mobile World Congress 2019 (Feb 25 - 28), keep in mind that while this is a much more specific leak than what we are used to in regard to the illusive foldable Samsung smartphone, the release date is still just a speculation.


Saikat Kar


Wallet Material

 

Google Wallet has been updated with several nice features. One of them is the option to set up a recurring bank transfer to automatically add funds to your Wallet account.

 

You can set up the recurring bank transfer on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis and cancel it any time. Google says that there are no fees or minimum balance requirements for the automatic transfer. If your balance gets low, you can set an alert to remind you to add funds.

 

Wallet

 

Additionally, Google has updated the Wallet app interface with Material design. It looks cooler now and more in line with the rest of the company's apps. Finally, you can cancel your physical Google Wallet card from within the app itself.

 

 

Google Wallet [Play]


Play services 6.5

 

Google Play services 6.5 is now Rolling-out. This release of Google Play services Adds New features to Fit, Maps, Drive, And Wallet Apps. Also, when the SDK lands, it will finally answer the single most common complaint from developers that the GMS library is just too damn big (4-5 MB).

 

Maps will receive the lion's share of new features with Play services v6.5 update. To begin with, applications making use of maps will now include two convenient buttons in the lower-right corner that will instantly take the user to the Google Maps app for directions and turn-by-turn navigation to the currently selected address. Developers are free to disable these buttons if they prefer to offer a more customized interface. Another handy addition will come in the form of a new "lite mode" map which is designed to be smaller and less interactive.

 

maps


These simplified maps are intended to be used more like thumbnails, allowing several to comfortably fit on a screen at once. To round things off, developers are finally gaining the ability to send users directly into the Google Maps application and immediately initiate a search, turn by turn navigation, or Street View.

 

You can get Google Play Services version 6.5 now from link below. The APK provided below is official and has not been modified by any means.

 

Google Play Services

 

Google Play Services 6.5.85 [APK]

 


Google Wallet

 

Google has just updated its Android Google Wallet App to version 8.0 with Full Material Design UI and a new menu Drawer. This Eye-candy update also carried a lot of improvements and bug fixes too.

 

google wallet

 

A post on Google+ earlier today calls out the most significant change for this version, which brings together gift cards, loyalty programs, and offers into a single link on the navigation drawer. These screens have been merged into a single group of sliding pages titled Active, Expired, and Featured. Current gift cards and loyalty programs are shown together on the Active tab, while outdated offers are found under Expired.

 

google wallet

 

If you can't wait until the update hit Google Play, You can Download Google Wallet 8.0 APK from the link below. It's official and 100% safe to install. Enjoy!

 

 

wallet

 

Google Wallet 8.0 [APK]

 


Play services 6.5

 

Google Play services 6.5.99 is now Rolling-out. This release of Google Play services Adds New features to Fit, Maps, Drive, And Wallet Apps.

 

Maps will receive the lion's share of new features with Play services v6.5.99 update. To begin with, applications making use of maps will now include two convenient buttons in the lower-right corner that will instantly take the user to the Google Maps app for directions and turn-by-turn navigation to the currently selected address. Developers are free to disable these buttons if they prefer to offer a more customized interface. Another handy addition will come in the form of a new "lite mode" map which is designed to be smaller and less interactive.

 

maps


These simplified maps are intended to be used more like thumbnails, allowing several to comfortably fit on a screen at once. To round things off, developers are finally gaining the ability to send users directly into the Google Maps application and immediately initiate a search, turn by turn navigation, or Street View.

 

You can get Google Play Services version 6.5.99 now from link below. The APK provided below is official and has not been modified by any means.

 

Google Play Services

 

Google Play Services 6.5.99 [APK]

 


Android Pay

Android Pay is officially rolling-out to Android devices across the US and Canada. Google is replacing its old Wallet App with Android Pay v1.0 and launching a new Wallet App on the play store. In order to have the Android Pay app work on your phone you need to download and install the Google Play Services 8.1 APK first.

 

Android Pay

 

First, make sure you download the right version of Play Services 8.1 and pay attention to the -XYZ naming scheme explained on the page. Older versions of Play Services will not permit Android Pay to work. When you get Android Pay installed, it will have you add a card or import one from Wallet.

 

Android Pay packs many new options and features that is similar to Google Wallet but more widely open, Tap-to-Pay and fingerprint payments authincations are one of the key features of Android Pay.

 

Pay

 

You can download Android Pay official APK along with the required Google Play Services 8.1 APK from the links below.

 

Android Pay

 

Android Pay 1.0 [APK]

 

 

Play Services


Google Play Services 8.1 [APK]

 


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