We always hear about how the Exynos versions are better than the Snapdragon versions. Thanks to some benchmarks, we can compare the two models.
Huawei has quietly announced the Huawei P10 Lite, which is officially available for pre-order in the UK for £299, and launching on March 31st.
Excited for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8? Tired of rotating through the same old wallpapers on your current device? A new leak claims to have surfaced several of the wallpapers which Samsung will be including on the upcoming Galaxy S8. To be honest, these wallpapers are pretty bland, but if they appeal to you, …
The Xiaomi Mi5 may be a year old already, but it’s always been a leader in a value category for flagship devices. The base model typically sells for a bit more than $300, but you’re quick enough, you can pick up the 64GB model for just $249.99 from GearBest. Only 400 units are available at …
If you know a lot of people who use iPhones you probably hear a lot about FaceTime. Android users can’t use FaceTime, but there are plenty of awesome apps for making video and VOIP calls. Here are a few of our favorites!
After the ZTE Axon 7 began receiving an update to Android 7.1.1 this morning, OnePlus is chiming in with an update of their own rolling out to the OnePlus 3/3T as OxygenOS 4.1.0.
Besides covering all the Android news here on Phandroid, we also have a vibrant community over at AndroidForums.com. The forums recently underwent a massive overhaul with a fresh look, new features, and a brand new app.
Did you hear? Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is now in theaters. If you have a Google Home, it may have read you the ad aloud and that’s really pissing some people off.
While the Samsung Galaxy S8’s rumored camera doesn’t sound like an upgrade on paper, we all know there’s more to imagery than the megapixel count. It’s said the unit will have some improved video recording capabilities.
March Madness is officially underway. The field is set and the games are underway. We’ve got a list of essential apps that will help you get the most out of this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Carriers are making LG G6 availability announcements over the course of the day, and we’ve already got hard details on release date and pricing from T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and US Cellular.
Google Keep started out as a basic note-taking application, but it has turned into a powerhouse. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.
A release date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has been set. March 24th is the day you’ll be able to pick one up.
If you had dreams of getting Google Assistant up on your slate, Google has confirmed that tablets will not be receiving the goods at this time.
The ZTE Axon 7 is getting a fresher version of Android. It’s moving from version 7.0 up to 7.1.1.
Feeling lucky? HTC is giving away a very delightful pot o’ gold for Saint Patricks’ Day: a gold-plated HTC One M7!
We know pretty much everything there is to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8. However, there are still a few tiny details up in the air.
To address Nexus 6 Android 7.1.1 issues, Google has been sending a “fix” to those affected in the form of a new (but really old) update: pure Android 7.0 Nougat.
After the codenames for the followup to the Google Pixel were revealed (walleye and muskie), new information about a third smartphone from Google has emerged. Going by the code name “taimen,” it’s allegedly even bigger than the Pixel XL.
According to a leaked Verizon doc, LG G6 pre-orders will kick off this Friday, March 17th with a free Google Home, and even more goodies.
Have some summer fun awaiting you this month? Our list of the best rugged and durable Android phones as of August 2016 is just in time for your consideration.
Since there are so many different things you can do with an Android phone it’s inevitable to be unaware of some basic tricks. We’ve compiled a list of seven cool tricks that every Android user should know.
If you can’t get McDonald’s into your face fast enough, the fast food chain has begun testing online ordering using their app, but only in a few select cities.
We’ve become a society of “Wall Huggers.” Clinging to power outlets like moths to a flame. But what if the power outlet could go with you?