Newsletter: Gmail Quick Access Panel For GDocs & Samsung Galaxy X Is A Folding Phone?

Newsletter: Gmail Quick Access Panel For GDocs & Samsung Galaxy X Is A Folding Phone

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GMAIL’S QUICK ACCESS PANEL FOR GOOGLE DOCS & CALENDAR

THE STORY

The quick access panel was added to a new design of Gmail to help users access various sub-apps at one place. The same access panel is being added to Google Docs and Google Calendar.

WHAT IS QUICK ACCESS PANEL?

As the name suggests, Quick Access Panel on Gmail is a shortcut to navigate from one application to another. This way, you don’t need to have the current application closed in order to switch to a different one. The panel was introduced after many feedbacks received from the user base. Earlier, you needed to close Gmail if you wish to get to the Calendar app. Now, you can simply get access to your Calendar while working on Gmail. This way, the current app, Gmail gets minimized to provide you adequate space to work on. If you wish to go back to the previous app, just press the back button and you’re there.

HOW WILL IT HELP USERS?

Gmail’s Quick Access Panel is designed especially for users to make the most of the time they invest on the application. As soon as you take a look at the access panel, you can figure out the intentions that are put to develop it for its users. Now with the new Quick Access Panel, you’re more likely to launch the app then and there without having to close down the current application. When you’re on Gmail and need to open Sheets, Slides etc., you don’t have to anymore switch the apps. After the feature is added, you can simply access it from the side panel of Gmail. Overall, it is an effort from Google to make you more productive in lesser time.

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SAMSUNG GALAXY X MAY BE A FOLDING PHONE

THE STORY: According to a leak for Samsung Galaxy X, it would be launched as first of its type foldable phone, which can be folded in clamshell and compact mode. The device may be launched as soon as CES 2019.

WHAT IS THE NEW PHONE LIKE?

Although, Samsung hasn’t made any official announcement for the same but according to a popular smartphone industry designer, TechConfiguration, the new Samsung Galaxy X, as they call it, would be a foldable phone. The phone would be able to fold up to a 2/3 of its size. Though the foldable phone is just an assumption from TechConfiguration but the organization begs strong records of depicting the interesting facts based on the latest industry leaks.

WHAT ELSE IS THERE IN THE FOLDING PHONE?

Apart from a whopping foldable quality, the new Samsung Galaxy X or Galaxy F or Galaxy Wing is no less than a super smartphone. According to rumors, it has a 8MP secondary camera with f/1.7 that would be equipped with a face recognition and retina scanner. The primary camera of the phone would have 12+12MP dual lenses with F/1.5 and 2.4. As far as the display is concerned, the phone would have a 7 inch screen with 4K AMOLED display (HDR 10) quality.

The phone can be used in Media Mode, which is a full screen mode, the Clamshell mode having 120 degrees fold and a compact mode that would make the phone folded up to ? of its total length. If you’re looking for a fast processor with a big backed up primary memory, the device isn’t going to disappoint you with a Snapdragon 855 processor with 6/8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of ROM. The phone is expected to be launched by CES2019.

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