Every so often, OpenSignal ranks countries by 4G LTE performance in an ordered list. The research is collected through numerous tests over several months.
We all know Samsung will announce new flagship phones, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, in a matter of days. And thanks to a recent leak that exposes just about everything, we now know just about everything there is to know with these upcoming phones.
MWC 2018 begins Monday in Barcelona, and Android manufacturers like Alcatel have begun teasing upcoming products. We’re expecting quite a few smartphones to be announced next week, including three from Alcatel.
During CES 2018, Google announced that Android Pay would merge with Google Wallet and be phased into Google Pay. The branding change has been occurring in bits and pieces over recent weeks, but has now gone into full effect just about everywhere. This includes the Android Pay application, which has been updated with a complete overhaul including a new user interface and Google Pay as the name.
Swype, one of the original swiping keyboard apps, has reach the end of its timeline. According to a post on Reddit, which was later confirmed by XDA-Developers, Swype has been discontinued on Android. This news comes just a few months after the keyboard disappeared from iOS. Perhaps we should have expected it.
Interested in a new Galaxy smartphone? You should probably wait, but Samsung is running a promotion right now that will land you a free pair of Gear IxonX buds if you make a smartphone purchase.
LG didn’t announce a flagship smartphone at CES 2018, and at MWC 2018 next week, the company will show off new shades of previous smartphones and introduce only a revamped LG V30 Considering all we know about LG including their struggling mobile division, this is definitely not a good sign to start the year.
Over the weekend, there was an outburst in comments on a Reddit thread in the Google Pixel subreddit. A trusted source looked to see what was going on, and discovered that more than just a few Nexus device owners seem to be receiving email about a 20% discount on Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL.