Newest Play Services update hints at Android Pay on Wear and more Instant Apps


The next Play Services update that Google is planning will be version 10.0, and it’s bringing a couple highlight features with it. The update hints at finally bringing Android Pay to Android Wear watches, which is something that has been discussed and rumored about since Android Wear was brought to market. Sure, it took a couple years, but better late than never, right?

The OnePlus 3T product page has a nifty flying game to play until the announcement begins


At this point, there isn’t too much about the OnePlus 3T that hasn’t been revealed over the past few weeks. It’s known that the OnePlus 3T is an updated version of the original OnePlus 3 (reviewed here), and will almost certainly be unveiled later today at 1PM, as alluded to by OnePlus itself. This gives us a while to wait still but the handset maker has thought of this and has placed a nifty little flying game on the OnePlus 3T’s product page. 

Rumors surface on specs for OnePlus 4


As OnePlus prepares to launch a refreshed version of their OnePlus 3 flagship device this week, the forthcoming OnePlus 3T, the rumor mill is already getting started with guesses about what next year’s flagship for OnePlus may be equipped with in terms of hardware and materials. A source posting on Weibo supplied a list of claimed hardware for the device along with a partial render of what the new OnePlus device will look like. As it is so early still, it appears even the name of the device is in question with it being the OnePlus 4 or possibly a skipped model number to the OnePlus 5.

Samsung Galaxy S8 version rumored to come with 6.2-inch bezel-less display


The rumors keep pouring in for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and a new report is quite interesting. It is now being suggested that Samsung will release two versions of the Galaxy S8 larger than previous iterations: one with a 5.7-inch display and another featuring a 6.2-inch display that could do away with virtually all bezels.

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Fingerprint scanner gestures could come to the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P after all


Google yesterday revealed to Android Police that they’re “evaluating” a firmware update to bring the Pixel’s fingerprint scanner gestures to the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. This comes not long after serious frustrations that some Googlers said the two phones supposedly weren’t capable of this technology due to the fingerprint scanner being on an incompatible firmware version.

Details after the break.