Watch the video below and tell us: would you have guessed that was a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge if you weren’t told what it was? We don’t blame you if you would, because concept artist Jermaine Smit made sure he stuck to realism for his latest work.
After reports of a work-focused “ Google Glass Enterprise Edition” began swirling around the net, photos of the upcoming headset have finally surfaced thanks to the FCC. The Commission posted a handful of photos in its documentation, showing the device from every angle and even open, exposing all of the device’s (hopefully improved) internal hardware.
According to Google’s latest Platform Distribution numbers for December 2015, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is only running on .5% of Android devices, just a small blip on the radar. For the vast majority of Android users in the world — those that don’t own Nexus devices — the wait for Android 6.0 Marshmallow is an excruciating one.
Earlier today, we told you guys all about rumors of this year’s Samsung Galaxy S7 being joined by a larger sized Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge model. We know the regular S7 would feature a slighter larger 5.2-inch display, while the S7 Edge would be a 5.5-inch curved AMOLED display.
GSMArena and case manufacturer ITSKINS have teamed up again to provide another set of case renders for an upcoming phone. 2016’s top challenger — otherwise known as the Samsung Galaxy S7 — is the device being paraded this time.
The gold plating experts from Vietnam are back again with a new offering. This time, Karalux focused its efforts on BlackBerry's Porsche Design P'9983, launched last year with BlackBerry OS 10.3 on board.
According to a report out of Poland, you might want to start saving up for the Samsung Galaxy S7 you plan on buying next year. If this report is legit, Samsung plans on hiking the price for the Galaxy S7 series. According to Evan Blass (who once upon a time was well-known by his @evleaks Twitter handle), we will see four variations of the manufacturer's flagship model in 2016. They include the Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Plus and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus.
We were big fans of the Mountek’s CD slot car mount when we reviewed it a little over 3 years ago. A brilliant way to repurpose your car’s long forgotten CD player, we’ve been using it just about every day since and quite frankly, couldn’t live without it. Since then, the nGroove has undergone a few revisions, with Mountek creating a version that uses magnets to hold your phone in place instead of traditional arms.
The BlackBerry Priv might not have been able to single-handedly kick start the company's hardware sales in the fiscal third quarter. But things should change for the better early next year. BlackBerry's first Android powered slider will soon be available from the largest mobile carrier in the U.S., Verizon, and that can only mean more Priv units will get rung up. The Verizon version of the phone has already cleared the FCC.
If you’re a big mobile gamer, you know that touchscreen controls aren’t always the best. In fact, most of the time they suck. Android Area has a nice deal on a gamepad that connects with your phone and gives you more traditional physical controls.
Just over a couple of weeks after we brought you exclusive Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus renders, images showing protective covers for the yet-to-be announced flagship smartphones have leaked online.
Enough of the leaks and the teasing: the Samsung Galaxy A9 is finally here. While the line is positioned at the mid-tier, the Galaxy A9 stretches toward the high-end side of things with its specs.
What do you know - the Marshmallow beta for the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge that was supposed to be exclusive to South Korea, has started rolling out in the UK as well. The TouchWiz-zed Android 6.0 firmware comes in the form of a 1.2GB download and brings quite a few changes.
LG's upcoming G5 flagship smartphone, which has been the subject of some rumors and leaks until now, will come with a dual camera set-up (16MP + 8MP) at the back.
If you aren’t against the idea of going with a year-old smartphone (that can still hold its own and has Marshmallow, to boot) then Amazon has a great deal going. The Nexus 6 (not to be confused with the Huawei-made Nexus 6P) is going for just $249.99 at Amazon. That’ll get you the 32GB model, andadding $50 gets you double that storage.
The Wall Street Journal told us to expect a Samsung Galaxy S7 launch to happen in March 2016, and considering their information is rarely incorrect we’d say it was worth believing. But if you aren’t as trusting, maybe word from one of the carriers who will sell this thing will make you a believer.
[VIDEO] Android’s latest ‘Be together, not the same’ commercial features finger puppets in all shapes and sizes
Everybody has a fingerprint, but no two are exactly the same. Google’s latest Android commercial tries drive this point home, showing casing a variety of fingerprint puppets in multiple personalities, colors, and sizes.
Motorola made bold claims earlier this year when they said their new smartphone, the Motorola DROID Turbo 2, featured a shatter-proof display. Many YouTubers took this as a challenge, putting the device through extreme stress tests most other devices would never survive. But time and time again, no matter how hard people come at the Motorola DROID Turbo 2, the device just wont crack.
Motorola is surely hard at work on their flagship products for 2016, and although the company typically waits until mid-late summer to dish out details we may already have our first look at one of their ideas.
NVIDIA wants you to know that Marshmallow for the SHIELD Tablet K1 is nearly ready, and they’ve done so with a nice teaser showing the goods off. Will O’Neil — whom you may remember from when TechTV was still a thing — takes us through the update, which doesn’t depart far from Marshmallow’s natural kit but does add a couple of new NVIDIA-specific things.
Samsung Galaxy S7 to have pressure sensitive display, USB Type-C, 4 different variants at launch [RUMORS]
New Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors are always interesting, and today brings forth some very big expectations. The first comes out of the Wall Street Journal, who has heard from sources that Samsung is looking to go with pressure sensitive displays for their 2016 flagship.
Battery life is a common problem in smartphones today. Despite the complaints from users, phones keep getting thinner, and batteries keep getting smaller. Every once in a while, there comes a phone that bucks this trend. The Samsung Galaxy A9 is one such device, and thanks to some leaked documents, we can see it now.
So, instead of sacrificing a bit of thinness for a bigger battery pack, Apple has opted to go for an unsightly hump for users to attach to their iPhones. The hump — which comes in at a whopping $99 — adds additional battery power over the internal unit.
Here’s a clearer idea of what the Samsung Galaxy S7 is said to look like, complete with case renders [VIDEO]
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is right around the corner, apparently, so you can expect the leaks to keep flowing in. Uswitch and Onleaks are the benefactors this time, with the duo putting together some clear renders of what they believe the Samsung Galaxy S7 will look like based on the specifications sent to case manufacturers.
We’ve heard many details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 to now, and the information train won’t be slowing down now that we’re right around the corner from 2016. While we haven’t seen anything tangible in regards to the device’s existence just yet, that changes with GSM Arena’s latest leak.
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow factory images now available for Nexus devices, brings all new emoji and more
the factory images onto their developer page in case anyone wants to flash them manually.
It was about a month ago that Google seemed to be testing refreshed Google Now cards for Android Wear, but it’s only today the update is now finally ready for the masses. Highlighting the newly updated UI is Google’s very own Android social media accounts, showing off the new features in a quick video.
It was a strange turn of events back in August when Samsung first announced the impending release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 for US and other regions. While the S6 Edge+ was headed to the 4 corners of the globe, they oddly left out any word on a European release for the Note 5. Not long after that, the official word was that Samsung didn’t have any plans to launch the Note 5 in Europe, at least not in 2015. While that always meant 2016 was still a possibility, we didn’t want to get our hopes up.
Waterproof phones are nice for hygiene since you can always give them a light wash. KDDI and Kyocera went a step further and introduced the Digno Rafre – the world's first soap-proof phone. That's right, you can use soap to make sure the phone is as clean as it looks.
2016 Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 officially announced, equipped with fast-charging, Samsung Pay support, OIS cameras, more
Samsung today dropped the big Galaxy A announcement on us. They’ve introduced 2nd generation models for all 3 phones in the lineup, including the Samsung Galaxy A3, Samsung Galaxy A5 andSamsung Galaxy A7. The line continues a nice tradition of using premium build materials (metal and glass) and decent mid-range performance (octa-core chipsets) for significantly less money than a flagship would command.
It’s no mystery that battery life on mobile devices leaves a lot to be desired. We’re often looking for outlets so we can plug in and get that little extra boost to help our devices make it through the day. One place where it’s not so easy to find an outlet is a vehicle. Car chargers are a great thing to have. TheZus Smart Car Charger can charge your phone, but it’s also an app-enabled car locator.
Blackberry Priv is just about set to receive its first software upgrade since launch. While we thought Blackberry’s first upgrade would simply be a monthly security patch, the company actually had a lot of changes to swing our way.