Saygus has confirmed through its Twitter page that the V2 smartphone will begin shipping to customers from May 22. It was previously said that the smartphone was merely delayed, but this revelation confirms that pre-order customers will get their hands on the smartphone somewhere near the end of May. The Saygus V2 went up on pre-order late February and has been delayed since then. The launch was expected to commence in April, but that was pushed forward to May. It is to be seen if there will be any further delays with still over a month...

After the standard variant of the Galaxy S4 on AT&T got its Lollipop update earlier this month, it was inevitable that the Active would get the update as well. The update is now rolling out to Galaxy S4 Active users OTA. Here are the release notes for the update: Android 5.0 Lollipop Highlights Songs, photos, apps, and even recent searches from one Android device can be immediately enjoyed across all of your Android devices. New User Interface look and feel, more fluid motions Priority mode to only allow certain notifications to...

The UFC game by EA Sports for Android is now available to global customers as well. The app was previously limited to a handful of countries, but the developers have now removed those restrictions, thus bringing the game to a wider audience. The GM of EA Sports, Dean Richards said – “We are really excited about the early fan feedback and support we’ve received, and now even more people around the world can experience the best in class visuals and immersive gameplay that set a new bar for mobile and tablet fighting games....

Howdy readers! Welcome back to our Samsung Galaxy S6 Tutorials, How Tos and Tips — the sixth part of the series. This post serves as a continuation of the second edition, which tackles basic operations every user should know of their new Samsung smartphone, such as working with the Home screen and applications, phone settings menu, screen orientations, and more. To give you a quick heads-up of what this post is all about, check out the following outline of topics for your reference. Samsung Galaxy S6 Home screen and Applications...

The Sony Xperia Z4 was announced yesterday by the company for Japanese markets. An Indonesian certification database has now revealed the existence of two new variants of the handset, potentially known as the Xperia Z4 Compact and the Xperia Z4 Ultra. The devices are shown to be carrying the model number E5803 (Z4 Compact) and the E6833 (Z4 Ultra). The assumptions are being drawn on the basis of the predecessors which also have very similar model numbers with a couple of digits changed. There’s a full list of upcoming Sony smartphones...

The true potential of a smartphone these days is judged by its durability as much by its internal features. And when the Samsung Galaxy S6 was launched, there was talk of the device being susceptible to bending, much like the iPhone 6 last year. Endless cycle of durability tests seemed to confirm and refute the claims at the same time, but a new video today takes it all to a new level. How? Well, by cracking open walnuts. These videos were not posted by Samsung, but by users of the device, so it seems to be coming from a neutral source....

Motorola is said to be currently testing the Android 5.1 update for the first gen Moto X which was launched a couple of years ago. This shows the company’s commitment to have the latest version of Android running on a relatively dated device. This comes as the smartphone is found to be running on the old Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset which has faced certain issues with regards to update compatibility. Android 5.0 Lollipop didn’t start rolling out to the 2013 Moto X until recently, but the Android 5.1 update might not take all...

Samsung has now brought the S Health application to the Google Play Store, thus making it easier to update the application with new features. The S Health application lets you track your health metrics from the heart rate monitor that is available on most new Samsung devices. The suite of Samsung apps are available by default on Samsung smartphones and tablets, but users will now be able to find the application on the Play Store as well. The app can also be found on Samsung’s dedicated app hub, which is supplied by default on Samsung...