The WiFi Calling update for Nexus 6s running on T-Mobile that began rolling out over the weekend now has a factory image and OTA .zip file from Google as build LYZ28E. This is still Android 5.1.1, of course, but the files may come in handy for those of you running your Nexus 6 on the Uncarrier’s network and have yet to receive the update. (more…)
Android Auto, Google’s simplified version of its mobile OS made specifically for cars, is now available from Hyundai. Currently exclusive to 2015 models of the Sonata, dealers can begin updating head units with Android Auto, or current owners can update their units themselves starting later this summer. (more…)
OnePlus has something in-store for us on June 1, at least according to a Tweet sent by the company this morning that talks about shaking up the industry. Does that mean the unveiling of the OnePlus 2 or another price cut on the OnePlus One? I do not know.
You tell me – predictions? (more…)
The LG G4 is set to launch at US Cellular, with the company marking May 29 as the official pre-sale date, and in-store availability set for June 4. Potential buyers can pick up the G4 for $199 on a new two-year deal, or can opt for the monthly payment plan option, with those plans starting at $29.50 for the plastic back models, and $30.50 a month for the Black leather backed units. (more…)
We are still under the impression that Motorola is going to announce a new Moto 360 in the very near future, thanks to a Bluetooth SIG listing that showed up a couple of weeks ago. The original Moto 360 went on sale within weeks of stopping off at the Bluetooth verification service last year. (more…)
Having been teased for the past couple of weeks, the Iron Man edition of the Galaxy S6 Edge has now been completely unveiled by Samsung. Featuring the exact specs as the regular S6 Edge, the Iron Man edition brings a bright Hot-Rod Red and Gold color scheme, with a special Iron Man helmet emblem on the backside. (more…)
Thanks to a Google I/O session that has since been removed from the conference schedule, we are pretty sure that Google plans to announce Android M as the next release of Android for 2015 later this week. But since that session has been removed along with any reference to “Android M,” we haven’t been able to say that this bit of news is “confirmed.” As of this morning, we can now make it official – Android M is coming this year. (more…)