T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never

It’s good news for all Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users as T-Mobile has just joined Verizon, Sprint and AT&T by kicking off the Android Nougat update to this model. T-Mobile’s senior product manager, Desmond Smith, revealed that Android 7.0 Nougat for the phablet was approved on April 22, Friday and so, customers should begin seeing Read more about T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Waltz Into Nougat, At Last!

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 arrived back in 2015 with a 5.7-inch display size while being powered by Exynos 7420 Octa paired to a 4GB RAM. The device sported a 16MP rear-facing camera along with a 5MP selfie-snapper. The Note 5 arrived with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop right out-of-the-box and now, it’s good news for all Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Waltz Into Nougat, At Last![…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Users Stuck With Nougat Frustrations

When Android 7.0 Nougat was announced, many folks were thrilled. This was the update that promised to improve your smartphone experience with its array of new features. However, as many devices have gained its Nougat entry, it appears that many users are left in frustration following their upgrade to Android’s latest operating system. According to Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Users Stuck With Nougat Frustrations[…]

Android 7.0 Nougat: More Joy Than Regret

Google initially released its seventh major version of its Android OS as a beta version on March 9 last year. A couple of months after, August 22 to be precise, the tech giant launched the Android 7.0 Nougat update starting with its Nexus series while the LG V20 became the first new device arriving with Read more about Android 7.0 Nougat: More Joy Than Regret[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Did Nougat Rob The Private Mode?

Most Samsung Galaxy S7 models have been updated to Android’s latest update, Nougat, and many are pleased with the upgrades that came along with it. Samsung revamped the user interface for the Galaxy S7 duo and added a couple of cool new features as well. These included grouped notification and quick action for notifications. Aside Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Did Nougat Rob The Private Mode?[…]

LG G5 Suffers Under Nougat Spell

Sprint’s LG G5 was the first major flagship to receive the official update to Android 7.0 Nougat. Verizon’s G5 was next in line and AT&T jumped on the Nougat bandwagon three months after. The highly anticipated Nougat update brought along instant apps, multi-window support for two apps in split-screen view, improved UI and notifications, Doze Read more about LG G5 Suffers Under Nougat Spell[…]

Google Starts To Bury Nougat With Android 8.0 ‘O’

Today, Google has released an Android O Developer Preview that is publicly available to download, according to a report by Phone Arena. But, hold your horses – this version is specifically aimed at developers so Google warns that it’s “not intended for daily or consumer use” as it comes with “various stability and performance issues.” Read more about Google Starts To Bury Nougat With Android 8.0 ‘O’[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Why Let Nougat Waste Your Time?

If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge user who is worried that you won’t see anything above Android 7.0 Nougat coming from Samsung, fret not! Thanks to dedicated third-party developers, you could always install a custom ROM. One example of it would be the LineageOS 14.1 which allows the Galaxy S6 along with other devices Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Why Let Nougat Waste Your Time?[…]

Sony Xperia X Gets January Security Update!

After the January Android security update has successfully arrived to the Xperia XZ and X Performance devices last week, Sony had brought on the extra boost of security to the Xperia X as well as the Xperia X Compact. Once the update is installed in the devices, it will be running on software version 34.2.A.0.292. Read more about Sony Xperia X Gets January Security Update![…]

Google Needs To Help Nexus 6P Soon

Recent reports have revealed that the Nexus 6P, manufactured by Huawei, has been shutting down despite the device still having lots of battery left. According to PhoneArena, Nexus 6P owners who have reported of the problem on the AOSP Issue Tracker site states that the battery problem began following the device being updated to Android Read more about Google Needs To Help Nexus 6P Soon[…]