The G Flex 2 from LG, which was the highlight of CES this past January, is now coming to AT&T after being only available on Sprint. We have already reviewed the G Flex 2, concluding that while the design and display are nice, the overall performance of the device and LG’s skin is enough to make you second guess your purchase.
The phone features a 5.5″ Full HD P-OLED display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, 3,000mAh battery, 13MP rear-facing shooter, and runs Android 5.0+ out of the box. (more…)
Did Sony just throw in the towel? I ask because they announced their new flagship, the Xperia Z4, this morning at a press event in Japan. While there is nothing wrong with announcing a product in Japan, they didn’t bother to tell anyone outside of Japan and also don’t have anything to announce yet in terms of availability outside of Japan. That’s odd, right? This is supposed to be their next hit. Or is it? Or is this a, “Hey, we have a new phone, but are about to pull the plug on our smartphone business and don’t want to spend much promoting it,” type of thing? Whatever the reason for the quiet unveiling, let’s talk about the new Xperia. (more…)
A big Android Wear update was announced this morning by Google. The update will slowly rollout to devices over the coming weeks, but it includes all sorts of new features and tweaks, like WiFi support and the ability to draw emoji in response to messages.
According to Google, the update first introduces an always-on mode for apps, because some times you just need the watch face to stay on until you tell it to turn off. Think of needing directions or if you are checking a list, but don’t feel like flicking your wrist or tapping the screen each time you need your Android Wear device to turn back on. If you are worried about battery drains, Google has tried to alleviate that problem by allowing apps to go black-white when you aren’t looking at your watch, but back to full color as you do point it back at your face. (more…)
The April 20 event that OnePlus teased on Friday with a virtual invite isn’t an event at all. That teaser was simply a symbol in reference to the company ditching the invite-only system that has accompanied their OnePlus One for the last year. That’s right, it has been a year since the OnePlus One went on sale in that really weird invite system that frustrated many of you for months. Frustrations be gone – the invite-system really has come to a close. Well, sort of. (more…)
For anyone waiting to see what the G4 from LG will bring, this was a good week for you. There was a ton of images leaked of the G4, proving that in fact, it will feature leather on a few models. Unfortunately, this means I owe Kellen $5, as I lost a bet that the phone would not feature leather.
On top of the G4, Huawei announced the P8, the OnePlus Two should launch in Q3, Samsung is hoping to fix a few battery woes for Galaxy S6 owners, we got our first look at the Monolink band for the Moto 360, and Android 5.1.1 should be available very soon for download.
To catch up on the best Android news of the past week, we have a collection of stories for you below. (more…)
If making applications for the Android OS is your dream gig, look no further than the latest deal to hit the DL Deals Store. Titled the Supreme Android Coding and Design bundle, this package contains countless lectures within 3 courses for just $40 to help you become a master of the Android development process. (more…)
I can’t tell you how many times I have had friendly debates with people about the pros and cons of both, iOS and Android. Both parties are very passionate about the OS they prefer, but recently, two friends took the whole thing a few steps too far, which resulted in physical violence. (more…)
OnePlus just posted to Google+ an invite that reads, “April 20, You’re invited!” along with a mention of the possibility of anything happening from here on out. Is it time for the OnePlus Two? Is April 20 the beginning of OnePlus’ trollout of teasers for specs of the new phone? Maybe. Probably.
Get ready, folks, OnePlus is at it again. (more…)