Android fans, this week brought us closer to the release of the hot new Galaxy S6 and One M9; Cyanogen made waves again with its aggressive rhetoric against Google; leaks revealed our first credible look at the LG G4, due in late April; we heard rumors about the One M9+ and the Galaxy S6 Active; Google updated some of its apps and we heard reports about some new ones; a bezel-less Oppo device broke cover; Xiaomi teased a new device for March 31; and finally OnePlus said it’s preparing to unveil a… drone?
The LeTV boss took to Weibo to promote the release of the company’s first smartphone, the LeTV X900. So far, nothing special, but the artwork accompanying the post will surely raise some eyebrows.
In a Reddit AMA thread, OnePlus representatives explicitly said the company would begin selling a drone from next month.
Having LTE connectivity means the Watch Urbane LTE can replace a smartphone, but that convenience comes at a steep price.
HTC will be putting the One M9 up for sale early, with pre-orders set to begin at midnight in the US.
Motorola CEO Rick Osterloh took to Twitter to answer questions from Moto fans and revealed a few hints about the Lenovo-owned company’s plans for this year.
The Google Maps team announced the rollout of a new feature to the Android app: the ability to use maps created with My Maps.
HTC will introduce a larger version of its M9 flagship on April 8 in China.
Xiaomi is looking to continue its hot streak with a new product announcement scheduled for March 31. A new smartwatch and other wearables, as well as new mid-range phones could be coming.
Tinkerers and collectors, here’s one for you. A system dump of the Galaxy S6 finally made its way online, giving you access to potentially useful material, including .apk files and system sounds.