Sorry for the wait, but we have been busy. Last week on Monday, we called for questions and you all delivered quite well. For Volume 43, questions concern our trust in Samsung’s future devices, whether the Nexus 6P is still a good purchase, and what’s currently our vote for Phone of the Year.
On the lighter side, we were asked about this year’s World Series, how an Android newcomer can best get acquainted, and if we can expect Moto to drop modularity with LG’s exit from the module space.
All of that and more await you down below. (more…)
We’re back again for Volume 43 of the DL Q&A Sessions, providing you with direct access to ask us anything that might be on your mind. With the Galaxy Note 7 gone and never to return, you may want to know what phone you should buy next or if the Pixel and Pixel XL are any good, and we would be more than happy to share our insights with you.
If you have a question that doesn’t concern Android, we would also enjoy that. We can talk sports, music, movies, travel, or anything else you might want to know. Basically, this is your opportunity to ask us anything you want. (more…)
Whoa, we received a ton of questions for Volume 42 of the Droid Life Q&A Sessions, so much so that I will likely take some of your questions and throw them into Volume 43. Seriously, thank you all for the great questions.
As for which questions we field below, we discuss which company has us the most disappointed in 2016, our thoughts on today’s Android vs. iPhone rivalry, if we ever get mobbed by fanboys in public, and how the Galaxy Note 7 recall will affect the launch of the Galaxy S8.
Let’s get right into it. (more…)
It’s been way too long since we had our last Q&A Session, so we’re bringing it back for Volume 42. During the Q&A Sessions, you can ask anything that may be on your mind, Android related or not.
Curious about our take on Google possibly going to Pixel over Nexus? Desperate to know which phone we would recommend at this point in the year? Will the 49ers post an 0-16 record this season? Seriously, ask away, we’re open books. (more…)
Last week, we opened up Volume 41 of the DL Q&A Sessions. Good for me, but bad for you, I took last Friday off, so we were unable to post our answers. To everyone’s delight, now I’m back, so let’s get to answering your questions.
We received a ton of great questions last week, ranging in topics such as how we sync our devices properly when we’re always changing daily drivers, if we ever get tired of blogging, if LG should drop the removable battery schtick, and if we were at all surprised by the NBA Finals outcome.
Let’s get to it! (more…)
With new devices launched and plenty more to come in 2016, it’s understandable if you have questions regarding your best course of action. For example, is the OnePlus 3 a good buy right now at $399, considering new Nexus devices are on the way? Or, will the next Galaxy Note absolutely dominate any other smartphone at launch? We would be happy to answer any questions you might have on new devices, or really, any other topic you want to discuss. (more…)
We have gone over all of your submissions for Volume 40 of the Droid Life Q&A Sessions, and we now have answers for you. We received quite a few questions this week, ranging in topics from what we saw at Google I/O, to what’s the best way to get started in the connected home game. We also covered whether we feel it would be right for Google to take a more “controlled” approach toward Android updates.
Take a look at our answers below, then let us know if you agree in the comments. If you don’t, we will be more than happy to argue with you. Bring it on. (more…)
Google I/O is now past us, but the excitement of what’s to come still lingers. As you will have noticed, Google didn’t actually release anything last week, but announced a ton of potentially sweet products that will hit the market in the summer and fall seasons. There is an upgraded Google app experience (Google Assistant), Google Home, plenty of Android N stuff to be excited about, plus the Allo and Duo apps.
With I/O done, we now have other things to look forward to, such as Moto’s (Lenovo) upcoming flagship for 2016, the Galaxy Note 6 from Samsung, as well as the OnePlus 3. There’s a whole lot to discuss! (more…)