Google/Huawei Nexus 6P vs LG Nexus 5X – specs comparison

They say the smartphone space is slowly but steadily getting too crowded for anyone besides Apple to post a constant profit. Tablets are dying, and conventional PCs linger in purgatory, yet an obvious market saturation seems to prevent handhelds from further growing. As such, it’s no wonder companies like HTC or Microsoft badly want to

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PayPal for Android now supports fingerprint authentication

Those who frequently receive or send money via PayPal’s dedicated #Android app would be aware that it’s lacking support for fingerprint scanners. Well, that’s changing now, with PayPal adding support for fingerprint authentication. This means that devices like the Galaxy S7, LG G5, HTC 10, the Nexus 5X as well as the Nexus 6P will

Galaxy S6 apps are laggy and not working properly, other issues

If you’ve been using an Android device for some time now, you should have experienced problems with one of your apps. While app issues can come in many forms, one of the most frustrating problems is when you encounter lag when using an app. In this article, we address this issue on the Samsung #GalaxyS6.

Galaxy Note 5 touchscreen is inaccurate, other LCD screen problems

We’ve come across a number of screen-related problems on the #GalaxyNote5 this past few weeks so we share them here today. If you’ll continue reading, you’ll notice that many of the cases are hardware in nature so there’s really little to nothing that we can do about them when it comes to troubleshooting. Our blog

All 2016 Moto handsets to have fingerprint scanners

Although #Motorola was one of the first Android OEMs to have a fingerprint scanner on its devices (Atrix 4G), the company was surprisingly missing from the action in 2015. However, the SVP and President for Lenovo China and Asia Pacific, Chen Xudong has announced that all upcoming Moto phones will have fingerprint scanners underneath. A large number of companies are

Galaxy S5 not detecting SIM and SD cards, other power boot issues

Here’s another post that answers some questions posed by our readers regarding their #Samsung #GalaxyS5 phones having problems booting up and detecting SIM and SD cards. While power issues are common among many Android phones, we seldom hear an S5 suddenly stops recognizing a SIM and SD cards almost at the same time. Keep reading below

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro with rear fingerprint scanner leaks out

A new leak has given us our best and closest look of the upcoming #Xiaomi #RedmiNote2Pro smartphone, with what appears to be a very premium design. The handset is shown to be packing a rear fingerprint scanner as well, which is very similar to #LG and Huawei’s implementation with the #Nexus5X and the #Nexus6P respectively.

Top 10 Android smartphones capable of fingerprint recognition

Fingerprint scanners. Can’t have a flagship smartphone without one in this day and age, but the Android handhelds that do support the futuristic method of biometric authentication are often accused of shoddy, gimmicky execution. Even when done properly, the technology continues to stir up controversies, although Apple fans were very quick (and proud) to adopt

OnePlus 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 – specs comparison

After making the world wait a little longer than initially anticipated, Android’s 2014 breakout star finally entered the second chapter of its rapid and captivating evolution. Now that OnePlus isn’t exactly an underdog anymore, a wild card or question mark, the expectations are set much higher, which is why some folks believe the 2 is

Motorola Moto X 2015 preview and rumor roundup

It’s high time Motorola stepped up its game and stopped catering merely to cash-strapped audiences or power users on Verizon. That’s not only our view, and everyone else’s in love with the company’s unique designs, dedication to customization or stock, clean as a whistle Android. Lenovo’s big cats, including CEO Yang Yuanqing himself, have recently

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus – Specs comparison

Again with the new iPhone(s)? Isn’t The Droid Guy supposed to be an Android-centric website? Leave droid fans alone. Be honest, you were thinking or wondering one of these things before you even finished reading our headline. And we completely understand your frustration. For the past two weeks or so, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus