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Samsung’s latest flagship may be yet another step up in crazy smartphone prices, as the top of the line model ignoring special editions will cost nearly $1,500.
In case you’re looking for a smartphone that won’t break the bank, then LG could have several new smartphones that appear to sport decent specs while keeping it wallet-friendly.
YouTube Music is finally being updated with support for Android Auto, Google’s oft neglected automotive software platform. Is this enough to make the switch?
To ensure a more uniform Android user experience across the board, Google is planning on introducing some changes where Android system apps will be able to automatically update themselves.
Vivo is joining Xiaomi to rain on Samsung’s parade today by unveiling the Vivo V15 Pro, a mid-range device featuring a full-screen display and a pop-up selfie camera.