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.
Google has been testing screenshot-editing tools in its search application on Android for several months. However, the feature has finally made way to the public beta of the Google app for testers to try out. Sources claim that the next release will be completely public.
For Google Project Fi, the international coverage is wider now. Google announced last week that the cellular service has expanded out to 170 total countries, and you don’t have to pay anything additional.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
With new Galaxy smartphones on the horizon, Samsung continues to struggle to provide updates. This has always been the case for the South Korean giant thanks to its somewhat heavy Experience UI, which makes it harder to alter and roll out Android system builds as they’re released by Google. Before we all start to craze about the Galaxy S9, we thought we should take time to step back and discuss an area Samsung can improve upon, and that’s providing Android [Read More]
IDC analyst, Francisco Jeronimo, tweeted recently regarding Google and Essential smartphone shipments. According to Jeronimo, Pixel shipments were double that of last year thanks to sales of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The figure for Essential is very, very disappointing. It’s not often we hear sales figures for mobile devices, so we’ll take it for what it’s worth.