The Moto brand of phones has done pretty well since Motorola kicked it off with the Moto X several years ago. Compared to Lenovo’s own name brand in the smartphone market, it’s done exceptionally well, which is part of the reason why Lenovo continued to make Moto phones even after acquiring Motorola. Read more
If you’re a T-Mobile customer hunting for a new phone, this weekend the carrier is hosting a special deal on one of the year’s best devices.
Qualcomm just a couple of days ago revealed that a phone was coming from OnePlus with its own Snapdragon 821 processor in tow. Just a day later, OnePlus confirmed that in a tweet saying that the “Snapdragon 821 is coming your way.”
Details after the break.
The saga of the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 continues as the company has now taken out full-page ads in various newspapers giving another apology as well as affirming their commitment to their customers and safety.
Join us after the break for the details.
Samsung has been making progress to recall all of the faulty Galaxy Note 7 devices that were released this fall as indicated by a recent report showing 85% have been retrieved in the U.S. market. Nevertheless, the company is still facing some backlash over the whole incident. The latest is a class-action lawsuit filed in Canada alleging Samsung knowingly shipped faulty units and mislead consumers. The Canadian action joins lawsuits in South Korea and the U.S. that Samsung already faces over the Galaxy Note 7’s exploding batteries. Read more
You’ve preordered Google Home and received notification that it has shipped, that’s great, but what about if you want it to blend in with your homes’ decoration scheme? Well, you could always buy an extra base in a different color so it doesn’t clash instead of redecorating the entire house. Join us after the break for more details. Read more
LeEco is one of the fastest growing companies we’ve ever seen, and that’s saying something. They’ve recently extended their reach into the US market after building a very strong user base in China from cheap TVs, smartphones, and other electronic devices. They even bought Vizio for $2 billion to keep up that growth. Read more
Over the course of Android’s history, nay-sayers have screamed that this most versatile of mobile operating systems would implode because of fragmentation. Yet, somehow, Android is still here and has evolved into the most popular mobile OS. About that fragmentation, though, just how many of us are running Android 7.0 Nougat on our devices? And is Froyo still a thing? Join us after the break to find out. Read more
Via Tmall, a Chinese equivalent to Amazon, the Motorola Moto M is now available. Priced at a relatively low $295 USD, the Moto M targets the mid-tier buyer. How well that works out may be questionable with an attractive price but some specifications that may not exactly wow buyers in the market, especially when compared to the competition. Read more
There will definitely be a new OnePlus device launching soon.