The LG G Flex is technically able to capture 4K video, but you wouldn’t know that with its stock software. That camera sensor is quite capable, though, and the developers at XDA have modded the device to shoot 4K video. They’ve even added the option of shooting at 120 FPS as well. But mods like ... Read More »
While most devices are still waiting to get their first taste of KitKat, Motorola has been busy pushing a second Android 4.4 update out to the Moto X. The KitKat update was released to the Moto X shortly after it became available for the Nexus 7 devices, and now this latest update brings the Moto ... Read More »
Leaked pictures of the all new HTC One make it easy to assume that the device will be powered the a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chip. A new image shows the device’s AnTuTu Benchmark results screen with a score that’s 5-10% higher than the results posted by the Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5. While ... Read More »
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Last week we noted that Samsung had published the source code for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3′s Android 4.4 update, a move that suggested that the official update may not be far off. It turns out that that was indeed the case, as several users on the ... Read More »
For quite a while, the Chromecast was a very limited device. Not many apps supported it, so it was not as easy of a buy as it is now. Still, for only $35 it was a fantastic buy and not overly limited considering what you were paying. But ever since the Chromecast SDK opened up ... Read More »
If you were to look back about a year, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was just coming out into reviewers hands. Though the device had almost identical specifications to many other flagships of other makes, the Galaxy S4 benchmarked a bit better. This was later found to be code put in by Samsung to force the ... Read More »
Android distribution numbers are always somewhat neat to look at, even though they don’t mean much for us regular users. They’re a developer tool to tailor apps to as many people as you can afford. Nonetheless, it’s interesting to see how fast (or slow, to be realistic) the newest version of Android is growing.
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The HTC HD2 is not a great device. Rather, it’s a symbol. It’s a symbol of how long a device can really stay useful. Of what developers can achieve. How important it is to have a hackable device. And most of all, it’s a symbol of hope. That no matter the adversity, it can be ... Read More »
Samsung announced a slew of new devices last week at the Unpacked event. This included the new flagship Galaxy S5 and the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit smartwatches. Until these products are released, all we can do is wait. However, Samsung has released introduction videos for the two sets of products to ... Read More »
Frustrating naming conventions aside, the folks at OnePlus have certainly caught the Android community’s attention with their upcoming One smartphone by working directly with CyanogenMod and at least saying the right things about their intentions as a manufacturer.
With that said there hasn’t been a tremendous amount of detail yet regarding the phone, which they ... Read More »