Prime Video will offer the largest anime catalog in the world, Huawei considers Google malware, here’s the summary! -Phoneandroid

Amazon has signed a historic agreement with the benchmark streaming platform for all fans of anime and manga culture, Huawei informs its users that the Google application is malware, the French Galaxy S23s can finally be powered by Android 14 benefit from One UI 6.0. We summarize the most important news from the beginning of the week.

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This Monday, October 30th, we find Samsung monopolizing the tech news headlines. The Galaxy S24 Ultra unveils its camera while the Android-based One UI 6.0 software overlay rears its ugly head among French users of the Galaxy S23. Huawei is moving further away from the Google ecosystem, even going so far as to report the Google application as malware. In the battle to see who can attract the most new subscribers, Amazon scores over Netflix by signing a partnership with the leading anime service.

Thanks to this major partnership, Prime Video expands its catalog to include thousands of anime

Japanese culture with manga and anime is attracting more and more fans around the world. Despite its already extensive catalog, Amazon didn’t have much to offer in the way of Japanese animation. This is about to change completely as the online trading giant has signed an agreement with Crunchyroll, the largest SVOD platform for anime. The service currently has 100 million subscribers, as many customers as Prime Video wants to attract to its service.

Read – Amazon Prime Video welcomes the largest anime catalog, fans will be thrilled

Huawei security software treats Google app as malware

Huawei is distancing itself a little more from Google services every day. The Chinese company is not only developing an operating system that will ultimately replace Android in the long term, but is also starting to replace the services offered through Google Mobile Services with its own solutions. Instead of Google’s Play Protect, Huawei offers a security application based on Avast’s virus detection and elimination engine, which, strangely enough, Google considers “infected.”

Learn more – Huawei is considering Google app malware

One UI 6.0 is finally available for French Galaxy S23 users

The One UI 6.0 software overlay lets you take advantage of the new features of Android 14 on compatible Galaxy smartphones. If you own one of Samsung’s latest high-end smartphones, a Galaxy S23 or S23 Ultra, read our article to benefit from quick updates, even deeper lock screen customization or even the new settings panel.

Read – Galaxy S23: One UI 6.0 with Android 14 is available in France, how do I download the update?