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Say what you want about the Snapdragon 810’s supposed overheating issues, but it seems more companies are going to use it in their 2015 flagships. One such company seems to be Motorola, with a trusted tipster leaking word that at least one of their latest devices will use the oft-maligned chipset.
A newly uncovered LG trademark suggests they may have acquired Meerkat. The trademark describes an app of the same name and live streaming feature set.
After rolling out this weekend to the Nexus 6 on T-Mobile, the Android 5.1.1 update with WiFi Calling is now officially available in factory image form from Google. Here’s where you can download.
Last year, the original OnePlus One was made official back in April. Here we are at the tail-end of May and suffice to say, we’re probably a little overdue for a One followup. Now, OnePlus never committed to a yearly release schedule for their devices, so it’s not like they’re actually “late.”
T-Mobile has confirmed that they will begin taking orders for the LG G4 online tomorrow, and that the flagship phone will be ready to ship as soon as you confirm your order.
Samsung has been teasing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man edition for quite some time, but the goods have finally been fully revealed. It’s everything we imagined it would be, with a very nice red chassis accented with some elegant-looking gold.
Yesterday, T-Mobile’s Des Smith hinted at the possibility of the Nexus 6 finally receiving its WiFi Calling update this weekend but today, he’s finally confirming it. The Nexus 6 will officially receive Android 5.1.1 — build number LYZ28E — on T-Mobile this weekend.
Sprint has announced that they will be getting the LG G4 June 5th. The carrier is among the first to offer up solid availability. They’ll have a few different options for upgrading depending on what works best for you.
When Samsung first teased the Iron Man Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge we’d only gotten a look at a box. A very cool box, mind you, but it was just the box. But today we seem to get our first glimpse at the device itself.
After initially hitting devices via a soak test back in December, Moto G (2013) owners are finally being greeted by an update to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
If the recent tweets of T-Mobile Senior Product Manager Desmond Smith are to be believed, the Nexus 6’s WiFi Calling update, so long in the making, could finally rollout this weekend.