LG G6: How To Make The Best Out Of The 18:9 Display?

LG’s latest flagship device, the G6, arrived with an extra long 18:9 aspect ratio display. This is definitely not the norm but the best way to take advantage of this screen is to use the split-screen feature. The LG G6 incorporates a slightly more enhanced version of Nougat’s built-in split-screen multitasking mode and its unique Read more about LG G6: How To Make The Best Out Of The 18:9 Display?[…]

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 S7 Edge: Can’t Keep Its Word!

One of the main factors that boosted the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge’s appeal is tha fact that these devices came with pretty impressive batteries. The Galaxy S7 came fitted with a 3,000mAh unit while the Galaxy S7 Edge arrived bearing a 3,600mAh battery. Many folks even revealed that it was the battery capacity Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Can’t Keep Its Word![…]

Nokia 6 Jumps On The 7.1.1 Nougat Bandwagon!

Prior to its global launch, the Nokia 6 will be upgraded to the Android 7.1.1 Nougat, according to a report by Android Soul. It looks like the first Nokia-branded smartphone will be jumping on the 7.1.1 bandwagon way before many other flagship devices. For now, the Nokia 6 is only available in China but HMD Read more about Nokia 6 Jumps On The 7.1.1 Nougat Bandwagon![…]

Google Pixel Ends Up Worse With Android 7.1.2

The Pixel duo is the first-ever fully Google-made pair. These devices arrived with Android 7.1 Nougat right out-of-the-box; but, Google wasn’t satisfied and unleashed the latest version 7.1.2. This update is the second maintenance build of Android Nougat and it comes with some minor new features and it fixes plenty of bugs that has been Read more about Google Pixel Ends Up Worse With Android 7.1.2[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stresses Users With Its Charging Capabilities

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and its Edge variant were unleashed to the world sometime last year and fans instantly took a liking to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge’s battery capacities. While the Galaxy S7 came with a 3,000mAh battery, the S7 Edge was fitted with a 3,600mAh unit. This may have been one Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stresses Users With Its Charging Capabilities[…]

Google Pixel: Even Android 7.1.2 Can’t Help This!

Google’s Pixel duo took the world by storm when it was released late last year. These are the first devices made completely under Google with no help from any other manufacturers – unlike the Nexus series. The main difference between the Pixel and Nexus devices is the fact that Google’s latest come with exclusive software Read more about Google Pixel: Even Android 7.1.2 Can’t Help This![…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: How To Get Bixby On Board?

In a bid to match up to its counterparts, Samsung unleashed a brand new intelligent personal assistant, named Bixby, during its Galaxy S8 official debut recently. Although the Bixby is a Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus-exclusive currently, there is a way Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users could get a taste of it. However, don’t Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: How To Get Bixby On Board?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: No Longer Fast Charging

Samsung launched its Galaxy S7 duo last year and fans were pleasantly surprised with the Galaxy S7’s 3,000mAh battery capacity and the S7 Edge’s 3,600 mAh unit. These days, batteries play a crucial role in buyer’s decision to pick up a new smartphone. We are often on-the-go and we tend to depend on our smartphone Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: No Longer Fast Charging[…]

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: How To Return To Marshmallow [GUIDE]

We can’t argue the fact that we are all essentially different people with different preferences. There are some things we like but others loathe – and vice versa. The same situation can be seen in Samsung Galaxy S7’s latest Nougat update. The Android 7.0 Nougat brought along a couple of nifty features to the Galaxy Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: How To Return To Marshmallow [GUIDE][…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Is This Nougat Issue Affecting You?

It’s definitely great news to all Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge users that the Android Nougat update is well on its way to the device. That said, some users have already started seeing the new update on their Galaxy S7 Edge devices. The new update includes some pretty impressive features like a revamped UI and display Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Is This Nougat Issue Affecting You?[…]

Google Pixel: Ready To Dip Into Android O?

Android Nougat has been creating quite a buzz ever since it was released – in good ways and some not so good ways. Although not all devices that are eligible for the update have received it, there are already news that Android O is near, especially since the first developer preview has been released. The Read more about Google Pixel: Ready To Dip Into Android O?[…]

Google Nexus 5: Don’t Say It’s Over, Just Yet!

Seeing that Google’s Nexus 5 is an aging device, some may start thinking that the device is nearing its end. But, that may not be entirely true. Google may have cut off the Nexus 5 when it launched its latest Android update, Nougat, but as the device is essentially a popular device among users, it Read more about Google Nexus 5: Don’t Say It’s Over, Just Yet![…]

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[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Don’t Let Nougat Bully You

There are many Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge users who are passively waiting for the update in the US while it’s being released in Europe at the moment. Well, it looks like it’s the perfect time to take matters into your own hands and install it yourself! Now, Galaxy S6 Edge users can jump into Nougat Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Don’t Let Nougat Bully You[…]

Hey HTC One M9, Android 7.0 Nougat Just Called…

Android Nougat brought quite a few issues to many 2016 flagship devices but, thankfully, most of these issues are now solved. We have already started seeing carriers kicking off the Nougat update to devices that came out before last year, too. One example is the HTC One M9. According to the Android Soul, T-Mobile’s support Read more about Hey HTC One M9, Android 7.0 Nougat Just Called…[…]

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![…]

Nexus 5: Even Google Can’t Keep Up

Although many had seen it coming, it was still heartbreaking when Google announced that it was dropping support for the Nexus 5 when Nougat was released. The Nexus 5 is a popular device, so maybe Google should have been willing to support the device past the two year mark. That said, this really isn’t a Read more about Nexus 5: Even Google Can’t Keep Up[…]

Sprint’s Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Gets Nougat Invite, Finally!

AT&T was the first to push out Android 7.0 Nougat to its Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices, while T-Mobile followed right after. Now, it’s finally Sprint’s turn to kickoff the Nougat update to its current Samsung flagship duo. Just like with T-Mobile, Sprint will be sending the update to its beta Nougat users Read more about Sprint’s Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Gets Nougat Invite, Finally![…]