According to Uncle”don’t be evil” Google, the upcoming Korean flagship LG V20 will be the first droid to arrive with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and that’s somewhat interesting news-wise.
According to a fresh report from Statista, Android running devices accounted for 86,2% of all smartphone sales in the first half of 2016 (globally). That’s pretty impressive to say the least, as the previous record of 84,7% was set in 2015, in the 3rd quarter.
Android is the most popular OS in the world and it dominates the smartphone OS market authoritatively. However, being the king comes with advantages and disadvantages.
If you’re a Samsung Pay user, read this article carefully if you want to avoid your credit card data to be compromised. According to Salvador Mendoza, a security researcher, the Samsung Pay system which is used by millions of smartphone users to make mobile payments all around the world can be exploited by hackers to steal your credit card information.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Google is moving really fast with their latest OS version, Android Nougat. The first preview build came out on March 9th, which was two months earlier than the scheduled launch. The name Nougat was only decided much later on through a crowdsourced naming campaign. Even though a lot of dessert names came up during the campaign, Nougat was finally picked by Google. So why is Google taking things up a notch with Android Nougat?
If you’re the proud owner of an LG G5 or V10 smartphone, today’s a big day, as Verizon has started rolling the latest software updates for these cool droids. Don’t worry, you don’t have to do anything out of the ordinary, just keep reading.
After spending months taking suggestions from Android lovers all around the planet, Google just revealed today the official moniker of its latest Android N operating system: say hello to Android Nougat.
Stamina Mode is back at last in the Xperia Z5 family, after it mysteriously disappeared when Android rolled their latest 6.0 Marshmallow update.
I bet you never heard about ForcePhone technology, but you’re in for a real treat guys.
It can be frustrating for device owners when Android updates sometimes take a long time to arrive. The spread of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is slowly reaching more devices though, and now the HTC Desire 820 Marshmallow update has started to roll out. This brings plenty of notable new features and improvements. The HTC […]