Williams Pelegrin

Williams Pelegrin is a freelance writer and a regular contributor for Android Authority. When not writing about Android, he is a social worker who strives to improve the lives of others and walk alongside them on their journey.

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You might eventually run Windows 10 on the Google Pixelbook (Updated)

Fresh commits suggest Windows 10 dual boot support may come to other Chromebooks too.
by Williams PelegrinAugust 13, 2018

Motorola One Power specs leak: What should you expect? (Update: TENAA listing shows up)

The Motorola One Power has appeared on China's TENAA website, revealing the design and key specs.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 26, 2018

Alto’s Odyssey will surf its way to Android July 26 (Update: It’s out now!)

Android gamers have had to wait a while, but Alto's Odyssey has finally launched on the Google Play Store.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 26, 2018

It’s time to get re-addicted with MapleStory M

MapleStory is back! Check out this remake of a classic mobile MMORPG.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 25, 2018

Sega teases a Phantasy Star mobile game, but says little else (Update: Officially announced)

Details about the upcoming mobile Phantasy Star title are slim, though there is a chance it will also launch in the West.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 25, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets 480fps mode, but you should stick to 240fps or 960fps

It is always nice to have additional slow-motion settings for the Galaxy S9, though this one might annoy some people.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 22, 2018

The Essential Phone might possibly, just maybe, get Android Q

If it receives Android Q, the Essential Phone would be one of a few Android smartphones to get three major OS updates.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 20, 2018

It might have powerful internals, but the Huawei Nova 3 is all about its four cameras

It might not be as luxurious as the P20 or P20 Pro, but the Huawei Nova 3 still includes flagship features with a lower price tag.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 19, 2018

Check your AT&T bill: It might be more expensive than before (Update: Sprint, too)

It is possible that AT&T increased the administrative fee because it wants to stave off the increased debt from its Time Warner acquisition.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 18, 2018

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 sounds like a beast of a tablet, but who will buy it?

If the rumored specs are on the money, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 isn't lacking in the power department.
by Williams PelegrinJuly 17, 2018
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