Feb 5th - Yesterday, Google announced that the long awaited Marshmallow update was finally ready for Android Wear devices. A few of them anyway. As we’ve seen with most major Android Wear updates, Google debuts the updates on select devices first, allowing other OEMs to push it to their devices at their own discretion.
Android Phones Guide
This complete guide includes a full analysis of the best android phones available including a collection of the most recent reviews and explanation of what phones are best for you. Feel free to browse our sortable directory of all devices that includes lists of the best, available, upcoming, and rumored Android phones.
Curated by our staff of experts and updated regularly.
The Huawei Nexus 6P was announced September 29th, 2015, and features a 5.7-inch AMOLED display surrounded by a ton of metal and backed by a lot of processing power: Screen: 5.7”, 518 PPI,...Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the 2015 rendition of Samsung's Note series. It features a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display, S-Pen, a 16 megapixel camera on the rear, 5 megapixel camera on the front, 4GB...Read More
Oppo might not be a well-known name outside of it’s home market of China, but that doesn’t mean that the company’s mobile products should be overlooked. Oppo continuously pushes smartphone design boundaries along with new innovative features across their product line every year and the Oppo R5 is no exception.Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge offers everything we love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the addition of curved AMOLED technology that creates a unique secondary display. It takes some getting used to, but the phone’s Edge display offers a novel experience that subtly enhances usability without sacrificing performance.Read More
Nexus devices represent Android as a whole and in theory pack everything that Google has to offer, acting as somewhat as a reference device for the Android ecosystem. With the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop the device set to tackle the daunting task of showcasing Google’s ‘sweetest’ update to date is none other than Motorola made Nexus 6.Read More
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Feb 5th - True to HTC’s word, the One M9 is now receiving Android’s latest dessert (software version 3.41.651.3) on Sprint and we’re sure users have been anxiously waiting with open arms.
Feb 5th - UPDATE: As it turns out, we were wrong. Periscope has had private broadcasts for some time now and we misread the context of CEO Kayvon Beykpour’s original tweet.
Feb 5th - Although we typically wouldn’t dedicate an entire post to a small app update — especially when it involves go90, Verizon’s recent foray into the world of video streaming services — this one was a bit of a curve ball.
Feb 5th - The Android Wear ecosystem is getting pretty robust, but there haven’t been any devices for the rugged outdoorsy types. The Casio watch fills that void. This is a smartwatch that can take a beating and keep on ticking.
Feb 5th - It feels like every week we’re watching the price of the Nexus 5X drop every so slightly, inching every closer to a price we’re starting to feel comfortable with. Today, eBay selling yapper_wireless (who holds a 98.8% positive feedback rating, by the way) is offering a brand new Nexus 5X for only $280.
Feb 5th - Here it is, folks — our first look at the supposed HTC One M10 (AKA Perfume). The benefactor of this leak was none other than Evan Blass, who had been teasing for a while now that he had this.
Feb 5th - Another day, another Samsung patent that sounds like something straight out of the future. The company has patented a system for a smart watch that could authenticate you by reading your veins.
Feb 5th - This week we’re talking about our review of the Huawei Mate 8. Is incredible hardware enough to overcome bad software? We’re also talking about Google being more valuable than Apple, LG’s wacky invites to Mobile World Congress, and more.
Feb 5th - We’re not sure what’s going on, but the screenshot feature on Google Now on Tap we told you about not long ago has gone missing in action for many people.
Feb 5th - The Huawei Mate 8 is the latest superphone from the Chinese manufacturer. On paper, the Mate 8 is actually better than the Nexus 6P in almost every category. Some would assume that automatically makes the Mate 8 the new king of Android. It’s not that easy.