Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 tablet last year featuring a midrange Snapdragon 400 quad core SoC. A new leak now indicates that the company could be looking to launch a slightly revamped version of the tablet with a Snapdragon 410 chipset, which is also 64-bit capable. Interestingly, this will still be known as
Japanese manufacturer Sony will commence the rollout of Android 5.0 for the Xperia Z3 Dual, Xperia Z1, Xperia Z1 Compact and the Xperia Z Ultra starting next week, according to a new revelation. The update has already been issued to the standard variant of the Xperia Z3 flagship with the dual SIM version now slated to
After weeks of rumors and speculation, the HTC One M9+ has finally gone official today. The handset was unveiled in China by the company and will unfortunately remain an exclusive to the region. In order to make it stand apart from its 1080p sibling, HTC has made some rather odd design changes. The most notable
The Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T is now getting the Android 5.0.1 update, making the switch from Android 4.4 KitKat. This has taken quite a lot of users by surprise as AT&T hasn’t sent out this update to the Galaxy S5 yet, which is last year’s flagship while the Galaxy S4 is a two year old
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910F) is now seeing a new firmware update, which has caused some excitement among users. However, this is only a minor firmware patch from the company and the Android version remains unchanged at Android 5.0.1. This comes after Samsung made it clear recently that it isn’t working on any Android
The Samsung Galaxy S5 on U.S. Cellular is now receiving the coveted Android 5.0 Lollipop update. That’s Android 5.0.1 to be precise. This build is what’s running on all carrier variants of the Galaxy S5 now, with no word from Samsung on when the Android 5.1 update will be ready. Android 5.0.1 on the Galaxy S5
Before they actually start shipping via online retailers, and before they pop up in physical stores nationwide, Samsung’s newest mobile powerhouses still have one final hurdle to clear. Make that two. LG’s unsung hero pair. Yes, the aging continuously maturing G3 and grossly overlooked 2015 edition of the original “banana phone”, aka G Flex 2.
Samsung’s Finnish and Danish wings are now telling us that the Galaxy Alpha smartphone will start receiving the Android 5.0 update along with the Galaxy Note 2 flagship from 2012. Samsung has mentioned that the update for the Galaxy Note 2 will begin later in 2015, with no concrete word on when. So even though
With Sony currently in the process of sending out the Android 5.0 update for the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z2 and a bunch of tablets from last year, it’s easy to forget about the likes of the Xperia Z, which was the company’s first flagship phone from 2013. The company has now assured customers that they
With AT&T beginning the Android 5.0 rollout for the One M7 today, the One M8 users were almost left in the dark about its arrival. HTC has now confirmed that the update will be sent out to the 2014 flagship starting the 6th of April. This is slightly odd as the carrier is actually sending
The OnePlus One is expected to get the Android 5.0 update through CyanogenMod 12S. But in India, where CyanogenMod updates are blocked on the device, the company’s upcoming Oxygen OS ROM is the only way to get Android 5.0 on the OnePlus One. The company has already missed a couple of release deadlines in the past
Just as AT&T began the rollout of Android 5.0 for the Galaxy Note 4 earlier today, the carrier is also sending out an update to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3. The update brings the build number LRX21V.N900AUCUE0C1 and introduces a multitude of changes on the device. Given that the update has only begun to rollout now,
Samsung’s large sized AMOLED tablet, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is now receiving the Android 5.0.2 update in the U.S. according to a new revelation. The update is reportedly rolling out to the WiFi versions at the moment with the LTE models yet to get the update. This means if you bought the Galaxy Tab
Samsung has begun the Android 5.0 update rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S5 a few weeks ago. However, carrier variants of the handsets have taken their sweet time to get updated. The AT&T model of the Galaxy Note 4 is no different. However, the smartphone is now receiving the update according
LG has already begun the Android 5.0 rollout for the unlocked versions of the LG G3. A new report now tells us that American carrier T-Mobile is currently working on the update, but for the LG G2 as well. The G2 has almost taken a backseat on our minds ever since the LG G3 was announced,
Samsung has sure come a long way in just 12 months or so. The “more of the same” program came to a depressing end with the bitter disappointment that was known as the Galaxy S5, and the Note 4, Note Edge, GS6 and S6 Edge mark the dawn of a new era. An era
Samsung’s recently launched trio of Galaxy A smartphones will reportedly receive the Android 5.0 update very soon. It is said that the company has recently begun development on the ROM. The update could take another 2-3 months to officially land on devices, but that’s not surprising given that the company’s flagships are only seeing the update now.
The Samsung Gear VR was only compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 at launch. However, the Galaxy Note 4 with an Exynos chipset was still missing this feature for some reason. Well, that has been fixed now with Samsung sending out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the smartphone, thus bringing support for this Oculus powered
Customers of the AT&T HTC One M7 and the One M8 will be relieved to know that the carrier will officially start sending out the update to the two devices starting late March. This comes after the likes of T-Mobile recently sent out the update to its variants, so AT&T has been relatively behind as
Customers of the Verizon Droid Turbo have been a little disappointed that the smartphone is still stuck on Android 4.4 KitKat, while other Motorola devices have already received the Lollipop update. A new report now suggests that the smartphone will be directly updated to Android 5.1, meaning that it will leapfrog over Android 5.0 in the process.