A new series of rumors confirm that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a dual rear camera and a 12MP telephoto lens capable of 3X zoom.
Tomorrow Motorola officially takes the wraps off the all new Moto Z2 Force. Along with the phone, Motorola is expected to show off a handful of new Moto Mods, magnetic accessories that attach to the back of the phone.
Those of you enjoying Android O will be happy to learn that Developer Preview 4 is now available for download.
ZeroLemon has finally released their extended battery cases for the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the LG G6.
If there’s anything history has taught us, it’s that it’s really hard for manufacturers to build a great smartphone for under $200. Somehow Huawei managed to do this with the honor 5X which on paper, appears to be the best budget Android device on the planet. But is it? Find out in our review.
Considering it’s one of the most important features smartphone owners still clamor for, we’re going to show you the best smartphones that you can get where swapping and replacing the battery is still an option.
T-Mobile has announced its prepaid customers on MetroPCS will be able to enjoy Scam ID and Scam Block tomorrow.
With Razer’s acquisition of Nextbit and the OUYA platform in recent years, we’ve long suspected the wildly growing gaming hardware maker wanted to take a shot at the mobile space. Would you buy the gaming phone they’re supposedly making?
A new rumor claims that the Pixel 2 will be the first device to feature the Snapdragon 836 processor which provides 10% faster performance than its predecessor.
A good friend would show you how to find a lost or stolen phone, but a best friend? They’d link you to an article calling you an idiot for losing it…
After some users noticed slower data speeds when streaming Netflix and YouTube, Verizon is coming clean, admitting to capping speeds during a “test.”
We are hot on the tails of the release of several big-name Android flagship phones. These devices will carry the torch for their respective companies for most of this year. Whenever a new crop of devices gets launched a flood of new users enter the Android world. One of the first things new users will do is search the Google Play Store for apps to download.
Cricket is offering two unlimited lines for only $80/month, but there’s some small print that makes this deal a lot less attractive than it appears.
Samsung and Best Buy are both offering up to $300 on either the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus to celebrate the launch of the Coral Blue color variant.
Every week, hundreds of new Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.
The Essential Phone is almost here. According to emails being sent out to customers, the Essential Phone will launch “in a few weeks.”
Anyone who has been around the Android scene for a while knows why we think the Facebook phone is just not an exciting prospect, so forgive us if we aren’t jumping for joy at the thought of another one.
After initially rolling out for iOS users earlier this year, Amazon has confirmed that it is bringing Alexa Voice Services to the Amazon app for Android.
A new round of rumors has been shared which confirms a fair bit of information regarding the Moto Z2 Force ahead of its official announcement next week.
We received an invite today for Samsung’s Unpacked event in New York where they say they’ll be introducing their “newest mobile device”: the Galaxy Note 8.
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.
Join us as we talk about some simple things you can do to make your Android phone feel like new!
Microsoft has unveiled a smart thermostat built by Johnson Controls called GLAS. It features a futuristic translucent display panel, touchscreen, and Cortana voice controls.
We’ve been doing this Android thing long enough to know that occasionally Google will debut new apps or features on iOS before they hit their own mobile OS. After a year on iOS, Google’s Motion Stills app is finally available on Android.