Two new images of the LG G6 have hit the web, originally posted up by 9 to 5 Google. In the latest pictures, we get a great shot of the device’s backside, plus a look at the always-on display in action. (more…)
Plans of Honor, Huawei’s global e-brand, are making the rounds ahead of this month’s MWC in Barcelona. According a report from Russia, China’s Honor V9 will be branded as the Honor 8 Pro in markets like the US, bringing a flagship-worthy set of specifications for what should be an affordable price. (more…)
On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’re talking unlimited data on unlimited data on unlimited data. That’s right, unlimited is back at all four major US carriers, although not exactly like in the past. There are some asterisks here and we have all of the details for you.
Other than that bit of news, we’ll talk the latest in MWC rumors, Google Home, and Android Wear happenings! Tim and I each have some new wrist candy this week that you’ll want to see.
Join us live at 1:00PM Pacific (4:00PM Eastern) for the fun.
If you miss us live, feel free to subscribe to us by following one of the links below. We have a video embed as well and will be chatting it up over at the YouTube page for the show. You can find it here. (more…)
LG is days away from unveiling the G6, their first 2017 flagship phone. However, if you aren’t liking what you are seeing there from leaks and would rather jump into the LG V20, a feature-packed phone for audiophiles, creatives, and the ultimate power user, AT&T has a 50% off deal going at the moment you might want to check out.
The deal comes via bill credits, plus you have to sign-up for either AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year, their two device payment plans. Depending on the plan you sign-up for determines the bill credit you get back. If you go AT&T Next, the monthly payment is $27.67 minus the $13.84 bill credit for 30 months. If you go AT&T Next Every Year, the monthly payment is $34.59 minus the $17.30 bill credit for 24 months.
The deal is a limited time offer.
After gathering a little over $36K of the $500K needed, ZTE’s Hawkeye campaign on Kickstarter has been shut down. This move follows a frantic request by the company’s Project CSX team to discover what would make this phone more attractive to potential buyers. As we can see, that didn’t work out too well. (more…)
T-Mobile issued a sweet treat to owners of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge this morning in the form of an update to Android Nougat. The update may have actually begun rolling out last night to those participating in the Nougat beta, but it now seems to be rolling out to non-beta testers.
The update arrives as software build UVU4BQB1 and weighs in at a cool 1.5GB. If you are wanting to download this bad boy right away, make sure you have plenty of battery juice. (more…)
Each year for April Fools’ Day, Google enjoys announcing fake products. Provided the company has what seems to be an unlimited budget for creating these silly, non existent products, they are always coupled with announcement posts and even product videos. (more…)