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Google has created a new page on their Android website to get more people onboard with Android Pay. It’s called ‘promotions’ and involves discounts and coupons users can claim for using Android Pay.
As competition continues to hinge in the mobile world, manufacturers are exploring innovation in every possible way. Samsung is one of the leading smartphone manufacturers worldwide, and the company continually tries to reinvent features on its products so that they can stand out on the market. This time, Samsung is rumored to introduce a ‘Smart Glow’ feature that might completely revamp the notification LED.
Hot on the heels of the OnePlus X’s death, LG introduced refreshes to their mid-range X-series lineup. The series includes four new phones, the LG X Power, X Mach, X Style, and X Max. The new phones will make nice additions to the already released LG X Screen, and soon-to-be-released X Cam.
Walmart Pay has landed in Alabama. It allows users to conveniently pay in Walmart stores within the state, making the checkout process more convenient. Walmart Pay launched initially in Texas and Arkansas, and this news could only mean Walmart is looking to the next level.
AT&T is bringing Wi-Fi calling to select Android devices. The service allows users to make and receive calls as well as texts over Wi-Fi.
Wireless charging technology has consistently been viewed as a concept (like in the image above). This is because while it doesn’t require users to plug their phones in, it does involve docking the phone on some wireless charging mat.
Samsung has made great strides in pushing their product lines forward over past years and the momentum is expected to turbo-charge this year. While the rumor mill continues to churn about Samsung’s next flagship model, leaked images provided by SamMobile suggest that it will indeed be Galaxy Note 7. The Galaxy Note 6 name will reportedly be skipped so as to bring the numbering in sync with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.