Oliver Cragg

Oliver is a European Editor for Android Authority. His interests include mobile tech, gaming, smart home gadgets, VR/AR, cinema, and much more.

Oliver's Posts

Pop-up cameras: Which does it better, the Vivo Nex or Oppo Find X?

With the release of the Vivo Nex and Oppo Find X, pop-up cameras are no longer just an ambitious concept. But which design is better?
by Oliver CraggJune 21, 2018

Pokémon Quest for Android launching June 28, pre-register now (Updated)

Pokémon Quest is now scheduled to launch on Android June 28, and you can pre-register for it right now!
by Oliver CraggJune 20, 2018

Gorgeous award-winning puzzler Gorogoa up for pre-registration on Play Store

Annapurna Interactive is finally bringing Jason Roberts' unique, visually arresting puzzle game to Android devices.
by Oliver CraggJune 19, 2018
by Oliver CraggJune 19, 2018
 
 

You can finally trade Pokémon with friends in Pokémon Go – here’s how it works

Niantic has revealed three new major systems debuting in Pokemon Go later this week: friends, gifting, and trading. Here’s what we know so far.
by Oliver CraggJune 18, 2018

LG Q7 Android One model could be coming exclusively to T-Mobile

According to newly unearthed kernal code, LG and T-Mobile could be preparing an LG Q7 variant that runs on unmodified Android software.
by Oliver CraggJune 18, 2018

Deal: Ultimate Ears Boom 2 wireless speaker for $75 (63% off)

Get one of the best portable Bluetooth/NFC speakers on the market for more than half price while you still can!
by Oliver CraggJune 15, 2018

SwiftKey is the new tablet mode keyboard for Windows 10 devices

Popular Android virtual keyboard shows up in latest Windows 10 preview build.
by Oliver CraggJune 15, 2018

Is that BB-8 or a Samsung Bixby speaker? New patent shows crazy smart device

A camera, display, rotating head, seven speakers, stylus support, and USB and HDMI ports? What does this thing not have?
by Oliver CraggJune 14, 2018

Nokia 7 Plus Android P beta users hit with phone-breaking update

A new OTA update is reportedly bricking HMD's mid-range phones by inadvertently downgrading them to Android 8.1 Oreo
by Oliver CraggJune 14, 2018
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