The Galaxy Note 7 is a device that has lived in infamy for the last few months, a product that had all the promise of success but was plagued with claims of explosions and faulty batteries. Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 not once but twice, and decided after the second recall to pull the phone from the market altogether.
We live in an age where U.S. carriers want there to be few restrictions when it comes to data limits. T-Mobile has always been on the verge of the next up and coming strategy to lure in customers, and just made an announcement regarding its ONE Unlimited plans. The cellular network data plan which consists of unmeasured talk, text and data, will now be capped at 30GB of 4G LTE data, at least before throttling goes into place.
LG recently announced their flagship smartphone, the LG G6, at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. Instead of revising the LG G5 or LG V2o, the South Korean company set out to create something totally new and revolutionary. The LG G6 is the successor to last year’s LG G5, which was a bitter disappoint. LG is hoping this won’t be the case this time around, as they have put every last bit of thought and consideration into the new G6, making it an unfamiliar grand [Read More]
The Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus spec sheets leaked a few days ago, leading us to believe that their announcement on the market wasn’t far off. And indeed, the day has come: Motorola has announced new Moto Mods, new Android tablets, and its newest mid-range smartphone series at MWC 2017 in Barcelona that has helped the Lenovo-owned (former Google-owned) company (Motorola) find its strength in a fierce market. Here’s everything to know about the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus.
America’s largest carrier by the number of subscribers, Verizon, has introduced a new monthly prepaid plan for $40, which gives customers 2GB of high-speed data, ‘Always-On Data,’ unlimited international text messaging to over 200 countries, as well as ‘Carry Over’ data for unused high-speed data.
On the heels of all the leaks, reports and rumors ,Google and LG introduced their Watch Sport and Watch Style, the first-ever Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches. The pair of watches were announced right as predicted and closely resemble those that we’ve seen in previous reports and leaks.
Ongoing subscriptions can cost you a bit of cash each month or each year. They add up, and unless you really need them, we recommend coming to an agreement with your provider before you end up wasting your hard-earned bills.
Android Wear 2.0 is almost here and the recent report of a February 9 launch date appears to be true. According to the latest news, Google has partnered with LG to produce the first Android Wear 2.0 devices, the Watch Sport and Watch Style.