Despite recent rumors that Huawei may have a hand in manufacturing the next Nexus smartphone, Korean outlet eToday is reporting that LG will be the next Nexus manufacturer.
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Having a Nexus device is all about having the latest and greatest version of Android before most everyone else. However, Android 5.0.1 is still unavailable to most Nexus products, despite it being revealed a couple of weeks ago. The good news is that now a couple Nexus phones can make ... Read More »
Google recently confirmed that it’ll begin pushing Android 5.0 updates to its Nexus devices soon. If you’re impatient like us, though, you’re probably just using the factory images to bump your Nexus to Lollipop as soon as possible. Now the time has ... Read More »
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Already jonesing for a new Android update now that 4.4.3 has made its way out into the world? Well I’ve got some good news for you, my dessert-obsessed friend, because Google just posted the factory images for a new version of KitKat.
Over on its Google Developers site, Google ... Read More »
It was only recently that the rollout of Android 4.4 started for all recent Nexus devices, and they were already starting to receive an update to Android 4.4.1. And so soon after, we’re already seeing Android 4.4.2 rolling out! The update is now rolling out to all recent Nexus devices (Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus ... Read More »
Nexus devices have always been praised for being the first to receive Android updates. Whenever a new version of Android would come out, the latest few Nexus devices usually received the updates very quickly. No other line of devices have ever matched that speed. Well, that was until the KitKat update was released for the ... Read More »
Looking to accessorize that shiny new Nexus 5? Google is happy to oblige. The company just added its official Nexus Wireless Charger to the virtual shelves of the Google Play Store. The Nexus Wireless Charger is a small, black cube that measures 60 x 60 x 12.5 mm in size and can ... Read More »
When building the perfect Nexus phone, the display is certainly one of the most important factors that will determine the success of the handset. Over the years we have seen displays grow in size while pixel density has skyrocketed. The evolution of the screen can easily be traced just by looking at the various ... Read More »
Looks like the Nexus 5 is no longer the only member of Club KitKat. Google has announced that it’s now pushing Android 4.4 to both the 2012 and 2013 editions of the Nexus 7 as well as the Nexus 10. Owners of cellular-enabled Nexus phones will have to wait a ... Read More »
The look, form and feel of a mobile device is a big deal. It’s often the subject of huge criticism; a very polarizing subject. We’ve all seen Apple or even HTC campaigns attacking the use of “cheap plastic,” obviously aimed at Samsung. HTC has been applauded for their aluminum unibody design with their Read More »