Android fans, LG seems bent on revealing everything about the G4 ahead of its official announcement on April 28, and while leaks are fun and all, we can’t say we’re mad that we’re getting some actual info straight from the source. This week also brought us some more news suggesting the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be sales hits; Google updated several of its apps and launched a brand new one; Cyanogen made waves with its Microsoft partnership; and Huawei introduced the sleek P8 and its totally excessive variant, the 6.8-inch P8 Max.
We pit the Oppo flagship against the likes of the HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the LG G3, to see how it fares in this Oppo N3 camera comparison!
The new Google+ version 5.3 update brings an updated Communities UI and a Material refresh animation.
In a blog post sent out earlier today, Adobe explained that it will bring better support to its Creative Cloud service for Android sometime this summer.
A handful of leaked images have just appeared on the web, giving us another look at Oppo’s bezel-less smartphone.
Starting Saturday, April 18th, customers on T-Mobile’s Walmart Family Mobile plans will get an additional 500MB of data per month with no extra cost.
Android 5.1.1 has been found running on the Nexus 9 and Wi-Fi Nexus 7 (2013) on Google’s Android Audio Latency info page.
OnePlus have begun sending out invites for an April 20th announcement, though it’s unclear exactly what the company will be focusing on.
From now until Tuesday, April 21st, you can pre-order the 5.5-inch Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 for only $199.99. Once 11:59pm PDT on Monday, April 20th rolls around, the price of the phone will go back up to $249.99.
The Samsung vs Apple debate has reached a new low, with two roomates breaking beer bottles and stabbing one another. Yes, really.