Samsung is known for offering digital freebies to customers who purchase its premium devices, and the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are no exception.
If a report out of China is accurate, Sony could be resurrecting the Xperia P line in the form of the P2: a device sporting a similar design, top specs, and a massive 4,240 mAh battery.
The latest in a series that most recently brought us a parody rap anthem and a series of surrealist “short films” starring Robert Downey Jr. is a clip called “Cellami.”
Because India is growing at a fast pace, Sony sees the country as “completely different” from the global market, so it’s going to release phones costing Rs 8,000-10,000 ($125 to $160), a range Sony doesn’t target in other countries.
It’s not just “send directions” and “find my phone.” You can now quickly set alarms and send notes to your Android phone by typing in some simple commands.
Android fans, it’s been a lively week in the world of mobile technology. Sony took everyone by surprise by announcing the new Xperia Z4 in Japan, though truth be told there’s not much new about the device; Xiaomi introduced the latest in a series of affordable blockbusters on Wednesday, the $200 Mi 4i; LG continued to reveal details about the G4, due to launch on April 28; OnePlus restarted the Cyanogen OS 12 update and announced it’s finally dropping its invite system; and Google launched a new version of Android Wear and the Project Fi wireless service.
We’re not sure what’s going on here, as what you see in the screenshot should not ever make it to production software. No matter what happened (intentional Easter Egg, joke of rogue employee, some exploit or hack), it will probably be gone very soon.
While opinions on the Galaxy S6 Edge’s design, battery life, or software features vary, almost everyone agrees that the S6 Edge and the regular S6 feature some of the best (if not the best) screens in the industry.
LG confirmed that, carrier subsidies not considered, the G4 will be pricier than previous models.
Google is making the process of sending route directions from your PC to your phone simpler. Much simpler.