Need a phone at the moment, maybe one that is a temporary placeholder as we wait for phones like the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 to arrive? Today, there are two phone deals worth looking at. The first is for the Nexus 5 with 32GB storage that can be had for just $140 over at […] DEALS: Nexus 5 32GB for $140, DROID Turbo for $170 is a post from: Droid Life
Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S3 and Google Nexus 7 can now be upgraded to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, though it will entail the use of an unofficial firmware, particularly custom ROMs. According to Team Android, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users can update their phablet’s firmware via ResurrectionRemix ROM. Show More Summary
2016 is heating up to be a big year for many Android OEMs, and with the apparent success of the Nexus 6P, we have yet another manufacturer being praised by US consumers, that OEM being Huawei. We already know Samsung (Galaxy S7), LGShow More Summary
With the release of Android 6.0 Lollipop for Nexus devices and even some non-Nexus devices around 3 months ago, many people are waiting for the manufacturer or carrier to release the 6.0 update for their devices. But as is expected, most manufacturers and carriers are taking their sweet [...]
2015 is officially over. Samsung Galaxy S6? LG V10? Nexus 6P? Old news. We're looking ahead to 2016 and all the fun it'll bring. New devices are sure to be plentiful, tech innovations will go even further than they already have, and we're excited to see how the industry will change moving forward.
Flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S6, LG G4, Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, Sony Xperia Z4/Z5, and the Nexus 6P were all just a few of the great options available to Android fans. While each device brought something new to the table, there was (and always will be) some glaring features missing in every single one. Here are 16 of the best (and worst) Android features of 2015.
Although not recent launches by their manufacturers, the Motorola Nexus 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablets are still a favorite among many. An interesting point to be noted here is that they made their entry into the market around the same time in October 2014. Show More Summary
This week’s Android Circuit includes the force-touch enabled Galaxy 7 display, Samsung's new hero handset for 2016, Microsoft's Android app store, leaked images of the HTC One X9, fitness tools in Pebble's latest smartwatch update, Fairphone profiled by the BBC, secrets of the Nexus 6P and 5X, and Google's Android-powered lightsaber.
November is just about finished for another year, and the holiday season is upon us! Time to wrap up a couple of big giveaways we had running this month. First, we teamed up with Opera again, this time giving away a Samsung Galaxy S6 to one winner and a couple of swag boxes to runners up. Show More Summary
Fresh from the critical success of the Nexus 6P, the manufacturer of Google's reference phablet has announced its own Android-powered handset. Huawei's Mate 8 will be the flagship device for the Chinese manufacturer.
After looking through Newegg’s massive big Black Friday sales event this morning, we picked out a couple of items that we thought may be of interest. The first is a brand new Nexus 6 32GB for just $288.99. As far as I can tell, that’s...Show More Summary
Cyanogen has announced the rollout of Marshmallow-based CyanogenMod 13 nightlies for the lucky owners of 7 devices. Those who have the OnePlus One, Nexus 7, LG G4, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, LG G Pad 7.0, Verizon's LG G3 and the Moto X 2014 can get an early taste of what's to come.
How does Google's best fare against Samsung's take on the high-end flagship smartphone? We find out, in this in-depth look at the Nexus 6P vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5!
There are so many great phones out there these days that ship with built-in wireless charging. Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 have it, there are a bunch of Nexus phones with wireless charging support, LG’s new phones have it, and so on. Show More Summary
LG vs. iPhone, Samsung vs. Nexus. Four cameras enter — how many will leave? We've recently had some new entrants in the venue of "excellent smartphone cameras", so it's fitting that we take a few minutes to do a proper camera showdown between them. So here we go: the Apple iPhone 6s versus the LG Nexus 5X versus the Samsung Galaxy S6 versus the LG G4.
Samsung finally has some real competition in phablets. Let's see what happens when you pit two of the best on the market against each other.
Gone are the days when the world was searching for the iPhone killer. As Android expands its horizons, the phone to beat is often going to be the Nexus device. The latest Nexus 5X is once again in tremendous leap forward in the right direction and one of its competitors will be the Galaxy A9 […] The post LG Nexus 5X vs. Show More Summary
If you're shopping for a plus-sized phone this holiday season, the Google/Huawei Nexus 6P and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ may be two of your best bets. But is Samsung's phablet worth the extra dough? Let's compare their features and specs... Continue Reading Nexus 6P vs. Show More Summary
Whenever a new Android phone is announced we like to compare it with some of the best phones on the market. For the Turbo 2 we have chosen the Samsung Galaxy S6, Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, and Nexus 6P.
If you have a reasonably new flagship Android phone, the odds are good that it supports wireless charging. Samsung’s Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note 5 all have wireless charging support, as do some Nexus phones and tablets, LG phones and more. Show More Summary