After Google took screen size to the extreme in last year's Nexus 6, the company pulled things back a bit with the new 5.7-inch Nexus 6P. That happens to be the same size as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5; let's see how the two compare... Continue Reading Nexus 6P vs. Show More Summary
Android Marshmallow is officially official, and released for currently supported Nexus program phones, tablets and TV boxes. The new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P ship with Android 6.0, and some folks are even getting OTA updates. But for most...Show More Summary
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If you have the Nexus 5 on T-Mobile’s network and are thinking of updating to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, maybe you should hold off on it first. According to reports on Reddit, it seems that the handset is facing reception issues after the update. Show More Summary
Needless to say that the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X newcomers will have Android M on board as soon as they will see the light of day. But, there are other older Nexus devices that will get the Android M update as well. These includes theShow More Summary
Now that Google is rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Nexus devices, we are starting to see different applications get updated to be compatible with the new version of the mobile operating system. This also means that things tend to break from time to time. Fitbit looks to be one of these broken applications.
Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Monday, which means anyone rocking a supported Nexus handset or tablet can now run the newest version of Google’s Android platform. Many devices will soon get the upgrade as well, as some OEMs have already confirmed plans for upcoming Marshmallow updates. Show More Summary
Google has started rolling out Android 6.0, aka Marshmallow, to a handful of Nexus devices. But, as great as that is, there are still millions of people who have to wait for third-party manufacturers or carriers to get the update. Thankfully,...Show More Summary
If you have a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy Note 5, Nexus 6 or any other smartphone that supports wireless charging, you’ve felt the frustration of buying your new phone and not getting a wireless charging pad in the box. What kind...Show More Summary
Better late than never, or so the saying goes. Well, it seems that the long awaited rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates when it comes to the Nexus range of devices has kicked off slowly, albeit surely in the Over The Air (OTA) manner as of yesterday. Show More Summary
It looks like Nexus devices aren’t the only ones getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow right now. Though many companies have announced their plans for the Marshmallow update, some Android One devices in some regions are already receiving it. Android One is a budget line of devices made for various countries, offering rock bottom prices and stock Android, [...]
Remember how Google insisted that it was really upping its camera game with the new Nexus 6P? A new video posted on YouTube shows us just how great the Nexus 6P’s new camera really is thanks to incredible footage of a hummingbird captured at 240 frames per second. Show More Summary
If you're looking for a phone to go spec-for-spec with the Lumia 950 XL, you could do worse than Google's Huawei Nexus 6P. They're both at the top of their class, physically and internally, so much so you might be seeing déjà vu for a bit when you run down the spec sheets.
Yesterday we learned that Android 6.0 Marshmallow was officially rolling out to Google’s own Nexus devices but it’s easy to forget that there’s still another, almost Nexus out there. It’s the HTC One M8 Google Play Edition and it's about to get a new lease on life.
While many of you already have your sights set on Android 6.0 Marshmallow — which began rolling out to Nexus devices yesterday — Google has officially updated their Android Distribution numbers for the month of October.
Microsoft is a distant third player in the mobile business, trailing behind Google and Apple both when it comes to market share and profits, but the company just showed it’s not ready to throw in the towel. Microsoft announced on Tuesday...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - SEPTEMBER 29: An attendee inspects the new Nexus 5X phone during a Google media event on September 29, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Google unveiled its 2015 smartphone lineup, the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6P, the new Chromecast and new Android 6.0 Marshmallow software features. (Photo [...]
While the Lumia 950 XL vs. Nexus 6P is a battle where the fighters have nearly identical specs, the differences between the smaller Lumia 950 and Nexus 5X are a bit more pronounced.
With more and more devices - such as those from Motorola - opting for near stock Android, just how relevant is the Nexus program in 2015? Let's explore.
Microsoft is joining the smartphone battlefield with two new flagships. How do the Lumia 950 and 950 XL stack up to the competition?