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[…]

Sprint’s HTC 10 Finally Arrives At Nougat Party!

HTC 10 users tied to Sprint are beginning to receive the highly anticipated update into Android 7.0 Nougat. The latest software (2.42.651.6) weighs at 1.3GB and is an OTA update. This update will be bringing features such as multi-screen, which allows the usage of two apps side-by-side. There will also be an enhanced version of Read more about Sprint’s HTC 10 Finally Arrives At Nougat Party![…]

Samsung Galaxy S5: Keep Calm And Get The Latest Updates

Sprint has begun kicking off an update with the Android January 2017 Security Patch to Samsung Galaxy S5 devices on Monday, according to Android Headlines. This update, firmware version G900PVPS3CQA2, weighs about 27MB and it is currently being rolled out incrementally. Sprint’s latest update for the Galaxy S5 doesn’t seem to be bringing any performance Read more about Samsung Galaxy S5: Keep Calm And Get The Latest Updates[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Haven’t Gotten September Update?

Samsung has been much kinder to users of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in recent months with timely security updates, though last year’s flagships remain disappointments in other ways. They have received the September security update in the US and Europe, but some are still stranded. It appears that the latest patch hasn’t arrived Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Haven’t Gotten September Update?[…]

How Google Failed Nexus 6P Abroad

The most mainstream Android devices may be from Samsung, but the phones with the most devoted fans come from Google. It’s hard to blame them – the Nexus 6P has elevated the stock Android hardware from Mountain View to a whole new level. Unfortunately, its meteoric success has so far been confined within US borders. Read more about How Google Failed Nexus 6P Abroad[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Carrier Choice?

It is one thing to be late for the Android version update, it is another to lag behind in security updates. Part of the reason the Samsung Galaxy S6 was heavily criticized in spite of its merits is the fact that its software updates arrived really late. As much as it is the fault of Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Carrier Choice?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Yes, Now $320 Cheaper!

If you don’t mind not having the Edge feature, the Samsung Galaxy S7 can be gotten for a fantastic deal of $480 on eBay. That’s about $250 cheaper than the original price of an unlocked model and roughly $320 cheaper than a carrier model. Given the sellers description that spells out ‘GSM Unlocked’, it is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Yes, Now $320 Cheaper![…]

Original HTC 10 For Nexus 6P Price – Yes, Please!

The first few batches of the unlocked HTC 10 have only recently landed on US shores, and carriers are already luring buyers away from them by offering tremendous deals on their stock of the newest HTC flagship. Sprint has made itself the shining beacon for buyers by selling the device for only $21 per month Read more about Original HTC 10 For Nexus 6P Price – Yes, Please![…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: For Some, Marshmallow Reaches Galaxy S5 First

Earlier reports of the Samsung Galaxy S5 receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow internationally has been proven true as the global variant of the 2014 device (SM-G900F) is beginning to receive the update roll-out. In the US, this shouldn’t matter to Samsung Galaxy S6 users on Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile. But it does to those on AT&T, Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: For Some, Marshmallow Reaches Galaxy S5 First[…]

BlackBerry PRIV Brings Sad News On Marshmallow

It didn’t take long for people to forget that the BlackBerry PRIV exists, despite the monthly reminders that come in the form of security patch rollout announcements. With this latest news, the PRIV has jumped back to the fore, though not in a good way. After landing in Verizon’s catalog following its initial arrival with Read more about BlackBerry PRIV Brings Sad News On Marshmallow[…]

Android 6.0.1 Could Reach Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 At The Same Time

US owners of the Samsung Galaxy S6 on Sprint are glad to know that the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is already reaching their devices, along with users of the Galaxy Note 5 and Note 4, quite long after South Korean users have picked up the new OS. The second carrier in line to seed the Read more about Android 6.0.1 Could Reach Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 At The Same Time[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Sprint’s Deal A No-Brainer!

As of March 11 people sales of the Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge have begun and consumers have started looking for the best deal for the devices from the different carriers available. Looking at how Samsung Galaxy S6/Edge/+ users for Sprint have gotten Android 6.0 Marshmallow ahead of other carriers, it seems that those opting for others Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Sprint’s Deal A No-Brainer![…]

HTC One A9: Bittersweet News For Unlocked Device

When given the chance, many folks would typically opt for unlocked smartphones to be free from the clutches of carriers or if they usually like to switch telco providers. Those who are making the choice to purchase the unlocked HTC One A9 should look at something else while those who already did can’t get support Read more about HTC One A9: Bittersweet News For Unlocked Device[…]