Google has released the latest Android distribution numbers for September of 2017 and it’s looking good for the latest version. Nougat has finally broken 15%, currently sitting at 15.8% of all devices accessing the Play Store.
Every other version of Android has gone down in use. Even Marshmallow, which still holds ... Read More »
The Galaxy Note lineup has been a successful series for Samsung, even seeing record breaking pre-order numbers for the latest iteration, the Galaxy Note 8. And it looks like Samsung has some bold plans for the family beginning next year.
Rumor has it that the Google Pixel XL 2 will feature a Snapdragon 836 processor under the hood, giving it a slight boost over other current flagships from the likes of Samsung and LG. However, that may not end up being the case.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) support is a major selling point for displays these days, from televisions to smartphones, but supporting the format is just one piece of the puzzle. Getting content providers to support the device is also a key factor in letting owners actually enjoy HDR content. And now a few new devices have ... Read More »
Many, many years ago, Kyocera launched a device called the Echo. It was a handset that folded in the middle and when closed, had a single touchscreen. When opened, it had a pair of displays that combine to form a tablet-like design.
The Echo didn’t live a long life, but the world of ... Read More »
The Android One program has been around for quite some time, but the initiative hasn’t always received the best marketing even in areas where it’s supposed to have the most impact. Device selection hasn’t really been all that worthwhile, either, even for devices priced at around $100.