This week’s Android Circuit includes news from Google's event on Tuesday, initial reviews on the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, a look at the Pixel C tablet, the highlights of the Nexus Engineers' AMA, details on the two new Chromecast models,...Show More Summary
Having trouble choosing between the GS6 and LG's new pocket-friendly Nexus? Here's the case in favor of Samsung. With the fall flurry of new smartphone launches already well underway, many of us will be weighing up the many high-end Android phones coming to market in the weeks ahead. Show More Summary
The last few weeks have seen a plethora of new smartphones including two new iPhones, two new Samsung Galaxys and two new Nexus phones. On Wednesday LG was also seeing double with its new V10 smartphone
The Nexus 5X compares quite well to the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6, especially when you consider the relatively low $379 price.
We always like to compare the new devices with the latest and greatest. For the Nexus 6P that means the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and iPhone 6s Plus.
This week’s Android Circuit includes the latest leaks of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, the Samsung Galaxy S6 winning 'Smartphone Of The Year', a review of the Moto X Play, details on Samsung's payment plan for Galaxy handsets, the world's...Show More Summary
So last week I ditched my Nexus 6 for a Samsung Galaxy Edge 6 from T-Mo so I could get Wifi Calling on my android phone. A week later I am back to the Nexus 6. I just couldn’t take all the stuff that comes with the T-Mo phone. The autocomplete was driving me crazy. […]
Apple just showed off their all-new iPad Pro, and we wanted to see how it stacks up against a couple of the best current Android tablets out there — the Nexus 9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Of course, we don't know the full hardware specifications for the new iPad pro, but we've got enough here to make for some fine discussion. Let's have some!
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2, Apple's iPad Air 2, and Google's Nexus 9 are among the hottest tablet products being pitted against each other nowadays, and consumers are always trying to evaluate a device's specs to determine which would be their best option.
If you want an Android phone with a huge screen, then the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will sit next to the Nexus 6 as two of your best choices. Let's see how the two phablets measure up... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. Nexus...Show More Summary
As per usual, when a new device is announced we compare it to other like models. In the case of Samsung's new phablets we've chosen the iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 6.
Heads-up: Sprint is pushing out a smorgasbord of updates to some of their handsets today. Namely, the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Samsung galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge are all getting very small, but very important patches.
A gang of Samsung devices on Sprint, plus two Nexus devices are receiving Stagefright patches this morning, but the fun does not stop there. AT&T looks to be doing the same, pushing a “device security enhancement” update to the Galaxy...Show More Summary
Not only is Google pushing out a Stagefright patch to its Nexus line today, but Sprint and Samsung are pushing out patches to four devices as well. The Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy Note Edge are all seeing updates...Show More Summary
Sprint announced the patches for the major Stagefright vulnerability in Android for the Nexus 5, 6, Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge and Note Edge.
Google's Nexus and Samsung Galaxy devices are amongst 950 million Android phones said to contain the "worst" ever vulnerabilities for the world's most popular mobile operating system. Manufacturers have been urged to make haste in fixing the flaws, though there's little information on when users will be protected.
Google launched a new update for its Android Lollipop OS, and version 5.1.1 will roll out to the phones we’ve mentioned in the title. If, until now, we heard that HTC will upgrade its One M9 and M8 to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, it seems...Show More Summary
The two major companies, Motorola and Samsung are bringing all they’ve got and are putting their best flagships on the table: Galaxy S6 vs. Nexus 6. Even if the main material used for these devices is mostly plastic, the S6 Active gizmo...Show More Summary
There are only a few phablets that can challenge the imposing Nexus 6, but a larger display doesn’t make a phone perfect. The problem is that Google changes partners like socks, and each manufacturer comes with different ideas to create...Show More Summary
The past couple of weeks we ran a little summer kickoff contest to give you folks a shot at winning a brand new Samsung Galaxy S6, a Nexus Player, or a Chromecast. We stretched this one out across Twitter and Instagram as well as here...Show More Summary