A new reports claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may come back to life as a refurbished device. The company may be planning to sell the phones with smaller batteries in a handful of markets.
The latest Samsung Galaxy S8 leak gives us our first look at what the phone’s on-screen navigation buttons will look like.
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro is a borderline insane value at $230. For those who jumped on one of the best deals in mobile, we’ve put together a healthy list highlighting the first things you should do upon booting up the Blade V8 Pro for the first time.
A new report suggests AT&T is now rolling out the Nougat 7.0 update to the LG G5 on its network. The update will also include January’s security patch updates.
The Android pattern lock is an extremely handy way to put a layer of security on your device. However, unlike a pin code or password it can be easy to forget. What do you do then? We’ve got the answer for you.
The Developer Options is like a secret world for Android enthusiasts to do cool stuff. Not only can you speed up animations, but you can force all apps to do multi-window and much more.
A new report suggests Xiaomi will expand its portfolio of mid-range and high-end devices this year to compete with Chinese manufacturers like Huawei, Vivo, and Oppo.
Needing to max out on mobile storage? Amazon has the biggest available Class 10 microSD card on sale for $45 off. We’re talking about SanDisk’s 256GB Ultra microSD card, complete with an SD adapter.
Nintendo is holding a special event for Fire Emblem Heroes players with up to 26 orbs on the table as long as you play every day this week. Lots of special maps coming, too.
Oppo has something to unveil at Mobile World Congress, and we’re very curious. They’re supposedly launching something they call “5X” technology.
New images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 have leaked courtesy of a Taiwanese approvals board. The new tablet appears to feature the same metal and glass design as Samsung’s most recent phones.
When the heat gets unbearable you will need to seek refuge in the air conditioning. You’ll also need some new games to keep you entertained. Luckily, July brought us a plethora of awesome new Android titles.
Amazon’s Deal of the Day is 70% off this RAVPower 22,000mAh power bank. It normally retails for $99 but you can snag it for just $30 for today only!
Sprint’s HTC 10 has finally entered the next realm. The company has started rolling out its Android 7.0 Nougat update.
Verizon’s prepaid plans are getting a new $40 tier starting tomorrow, bringing unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of data that rolls over if you don’t use it all in a month.
A new site to tease the LG G6 has launched ahead of Mobile World Congress, describing the LG G6 as having a full-metal body with other premium features.
On a random Sunday evening, VP of Android Hiroshi Lockheimer Tweeted a photo of a spinning Oreo cake. Quick, open your favorite Reddit app: Android 8.0 will be named Oreo!
B&H Photo is making it super cheap to pick up an unlocked LG V20. They’re taking $300 off the phone in their latest deal.
Secure Folders was one of the best new features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, but since it’s no longer available Samsung wants to allow others to get in on the fun.
With the rise of Daydream, Samsung seems keen on matching Google’s wits to make sure they still have the best mobile VR experience to offer.
mobile gaming is dominated by simple arcade-style games. They may only require a few taps here and there, but their addictive nature is nothing to scoff at. We’re back with even more addictive games for you, but this time we’re focusing on newer games. You’ll be playing these games until your battery is screaming at you.
Even the most complicated lockscreen pattern, pass code, or even Face Unlock, can’t protect against someone physically stealing your phone. We’ve written about what to do about lost or stolen phones in the past, but sometimes even the best anti-theft software is no use.
Here’s our supposed first look at the HTC One X10, which figures to be an mid-range option to follow-up on the One X9 of yesteryear.
Spectacles have only been sold at “Snap Bots” that randomly appear in cities throughout the U.S. If you really wanted a pair you could buy online for outrageous prices from opportunistic users. Thankfully, Snap Inc is finally selling Spectacles online for everyone.