LG G6: Save More With AT&T Version Via Best Buy!

The LG G6 opened its pre-order in the US since last week and it will be arriving in a couple of weeks through major carriers as well as major retailers. However, if you’re planning on getting AT&T’s version of the G6, it’s best that you nab one via Best Buy. Best Buy states that if Read more about LG G6: Save More With AT&T Version Via Best Buy![…]

Nexus 6 May Inspire Pixel Sequels?

Most folks didn’t pay much attention to the Nexus 6 when it was launched. Although the phablet trend was strong, many preferred devices that stayed inside the 5.7-inch mark. However, the Nexus 6 turned out to be a well-designed model. It even defied the stereotype that anything that passes the5.7-inch mark would need either both Read more about Nexus 6 May Inspire Pixel Sequels?[…]

Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6

Google unleashed its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update recently and claimed that this is merely just another incremental maintenance release. However, that turned out to be untrue as this update brought two major features along with it. As exciting as that may be, not all Nexus devices have received the green light for it. Read more about Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6[…]

Nexus 5X: Ruined By LG?

Although the Nexus series is essentially under the Google brand, the devices were manufactured under different companies. Take for example, the Nexus 5X was made by LG. Could that have been one of the reasons the device turned out as one of the least favored Nexus devices? The Nexus 5X struggled to attract buyers from Read more about Nexus 5X: Ruined By LG?[…]

Google Assistant Will Not Be Gracing Tablets

The Google Assistant has been rolling out for two weeks now but a new report from Android Police states that tablets will not be seeing this new feature anytime soon. “The Assistant will be available on Android Marshmallow and Nougat phones with Google Play Services, this does not include tablets,” reads the statement sent to Read more about Google Assistant Will Not Be Gracing Tablets[…]

Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings

Although the Nexus 6P may be a good sequel after the Nexus 6, the Nexus 5X was nowhere close to the Nexus 5. A survey by Droid-Life even revealed that buyers preferred the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6 and the Nexus 6P over the 5.2-inch device. It’s evident that Google has been Read more about Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings[…]

ZTE Axon 7 Nougat Update Overtakes Nexus 6P

ZTE is definitely leading the game right now. Its Axon 7 device has become one of the first device, outside of the Google-branded devices, to gain entry into Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The smartphone manufacturer announced the update rollout through its US blog and disclosed the kind of enhancements that would be coming with the new Read more about ZTE Axon 7 Nougat Update Overtakes Nexus 6P[…]

US Buyers In For An Extra Treat With LG G6

Although the LG G6 isn’t available for sale in the US yet, the rumor mill has been saying that it’ll be arriving on April 7. And, it looks like American buyers will be getting a nice gift along with their purchase of the device. A report by TechnoBuffalo reveals that the LG G6 will be Read more about US Buyers In For An Extra Treat With LG G6[…]

Google Nexus 6: What A Waste!

Google is starting to be known as a company that often frustrates buyers but, surprisingly, still manages to rake in big bucks year after year. Although the tech giant keeps the Nexus series’ profit numbers a secret, it’s obvious that many owners, especially Nexus 6 owners, are growing in annoyance toward the company. We can’t Read more about Google Nexus 6: What A Waste![…]

Nexus 5 Breaks Free From Google’s Chains

It’s often the case, in the Android arena, that if a device is popular enough among users, it will continue to be supported by the dedicated developer community. One clear example of this is the Nexus 5. Despite being an old device, it is still backed up by third-party developers to keep it fresh with Read more about Nexus 5 Breaks Free From Google’s Chains[…]

Nexus 6P: Time To Harness Its Full Potential

It’s starting to become obvious that Google is making a huge mistake by not harnessing the Nexus 6P’s full potential. So, what is this “potential” we speak of? Based on how it is currently being projected in Google’s portfolio of device, Google’s Project Fi service, this device has a good potential as a quasi-mid-range device. Read more about Nexus 6P: Time To Harness Its Full Potential[…]

How Google Kills Nougat For Nexus 6

We can’t comprehend this but Google has decided to downgrade the Nexus 6 to a previous OS version, despite the device recently gaining entry into Android 7.1.1 Nougat, as described by Android Police. The report cites a thread on Reddit where Nexus 6 owners are reporting that Google has send out a new Android 7.0 Read more about How Google Kills Nougat For Nexus 6[…]

Apple iPad Pro 2 Price Alone Would Kill Rivals

A recent report by 9to5Mac discloses that Macotakara is claiming that a new 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2 may be the first new Apple product for the year. However, this device is said to be coming with only a minor update from the existing iPad Pro – sans any external design revamps. The report states that Read more about Apple iPad Pro 2 Price Alone Would Kill Rivals[…]

Google Nexus 6: There’s Hope – Inspired By Nexus 5

When Google launched the Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview, many folks in the Nexus community were disheartened. This was due to Google confirming that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 will no longer gain software support. However, this does not imply that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 owners will have to let go of their device. Read more about Google Nexus 6: There’s Hope – Inspired By Nexus 5[…]

Nexus 5: No Google, No Problem!

Although many already saw it coming, it was still disappointing to hear that Google was dropping support for the Nexus 5. This device has truly been one of the most popular devices for these past two years; so, why would Google terminate support? That is an important question – one that has been asked by Read more about Nexus 5: No Google, No Problem![…]

Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?

Google recently launched its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update. Although the tech giant claims that this update is just another incremental maintenance release, it comes with two major features. Unfortunately, not all Nexus devices will be eligible for it. Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have made it into the eligible list whereas the Nexus Read more about Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?[…]

Even Google Wasn’t Ready For Nexus 6 Boom!

There’s no doubt that the Nexus 6 is one of the best devices under Google’s pure Android range. This is backed up by polls carried out by The Verge and Droid-Life which revealed that this 5.96-incher is one of the most loved Nexus devices. That said, Google didn’t have such high hopes on this device Read more about Even Google Wasn’t Ready For Nexus 6 Boom![…]

Google Pixel: Audio Issues Frustrating Users

A report by Android Police reveals that some Pixel and Pixel XL users have been experiencing some serious microphone issues, based on a Google Support forum thread that has garnered over 800 replies, so far. The Pixel has three microphones and this issues, at times, completely shuts down audio input on the device. A Google Read more about Google Pixel: Audio Issues Frustrating Users[…]

Google May Bring Nexus 6 Back Into Action!

Initially, when Google unleashed the Nexus 6, most folks didn’t take much notice of it as they simply preferred devices that didn’t surpass the 5.7-inch mark – save for phablets, of course. There were a couple of other devices that measured in a similar size to the Nexus 6, but none were well-designed models. All Read more about Google May Bring Nexus 6 Back Into Action![…]