Have you checked the calendar lately? 2016 is already here! We saw a lot of great Android-powered devices in 2015, but we have a feeling that things will only get better this year. While we don’t know exactly what 2016 has in store for us, we thought we’d all share what we’re looking forward to ... Read More »
The HTC One X9 rumors and leaks were spot on. HTC China has published the product page for the HTC One X9, revealing its official spec sheet and product images. As expected, the HTC One X9 is powered by a MediaTek Helio X10 processor, clocked at 2.2 GHz, with 3GB of RAM, 32GB ... Read More »
Battery life on phones continues to be a major issue, and while manufacturers aren’t using larger batteries, there are some interesting technologies to help ease charging. Some manufacturers have been using fast charging, which delivers more power to the phone by using a special wall adapter that regulates the power flow based on how much ... Read More »
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Google Hangouts has never been an extremely successful messaging service. Most people use apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Line, and many others. And with the rumors of Google removing SMS support from the Hangouts app, it seems that Hangouts isn’t getting much attention.
The latest rumors say ... Read More »
Hate passwords? If so, you’ll probably love the new login method that Google is testing.
Lumsing, the mobile charging accessory manufacturer, has graciously offered to work with us here at Android and Me to give away three (3) Lumsing Harmonica Style 16000mAh Portable Chargers this fantastic holiday season. I love charging accessories. I can’t get enough of them. They are just so handy to have around, especially if you’re an on-the-go ... Read More »
With 2015 winding down, all major Android manufacturers are now focusing on their 2016 flagship devices. While the Samsung Galaxy S6 was one of the best-selling Android smartphones of 2015, Samsung isn’t going to sit back and hope to repeat the phone’s success by releasing an incremental upgrade next year. With only a few months to ... Read More »
HTC has officially promised Android 6.0 updates for a dozen of its most popular phones, but a leaked internal roadmap lists off new devices that were not previously named and gives us an idea as to when those updates are currently scheduled to be released. HTC has already pushed the Android 6.0 update for the ... Read More »
It’s finally here! Motorola is rolling Android 6.0 Marshmallow out to the Moto X Pure Edition here in the US. The update is hitting devices on Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and US Cellular right now.
The update brings a few updates, though Marshmallow isn’t too large of a change from Lollipop. The volume controls have been redesigned, ... Read More »
The Play Music family plan that we heard about back in September has finally become a reality. You can subscribe in the next few days for $14.99 a month, and that will include you and up to five additional family members. The plan will be available in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, France, ... Read More »