OTA Updates

ASUS ZenWatch 2 and 3 won’t get Android Wear 2.0 until Q2 2017

The ASUS ZenWatch 2 and ASUS ZenWatch 3 were both on the list of devices to get Android Wear 2.0, but a timeline for the update’s arrival still has yet to be established. Scratch that as of today: ASUS has mentioned that we’ll be seeing it in early Q2 2017.

HANDS-ON VIDEO

Hands-on with the Sony Xperia XZ Premium [VIDEO]

The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the 2017 flagship phone for Sony. We got our hands on this shiny device, but we weren’t able to turn it on to check out the software.

Best of Phandroid

Moto Z Droid Review

Let’s face it, smartphones are getting a bit stale. Sure, we always see a new design, or a new way for users to interact with the fingerprint scanner, but we’ve reached a point where the market is a bit boring. LG attempted to shake things up with the modular design on the LG G5, but that …

Making moves

AT&T is already making changes to its new unlimited plan

AT&T quickly followed suit a few days later with an unlimited plan of their own, but it was not nearly as competitive as Verizon’s offering. Before the new plan goes live this week, AT&T is already making changes.

Small Camera, True Lossless Zoom

Oppo introduces 5X zoom for smartphone cameras

As expected, Oppo didn’t have a phone to show off at Mobile World Congress, but instead opted to show off some smartphone technology that we’ll eventually be able to enjoy.

Spec Breakdown

Huawei P10 Plus Specs

The Huawei P10 was unveiled earlier today and we take a deeper dive into the specs for the upcoming device.

Get your Game on

30+ Best Android Games [February 2017]

This is the time of year where blizzards and inclement weather keep people inside. The best thing to do while you’re snowed in is cozy up with your phone or tablet and play some games.

Best of Phandroid

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review

Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?