HTC in a tweet yesterday announced that Android 7.0 Nougat will be rolling out to the Unlocked HTC 10 starting today, November 25.
Buying presents for family and loved ones can be a tricky affair, with budgets being stretched as everyone wants the latest gadgets, which usually means that compromises have to be made. Maybe not so much this year, though, because Google is getting into the festive spirit by including 3 months subscription to HBO Now, free of charge, with every Chromecast or Chromecast Ultra purchase until December 24th. Read more
The HTC Bolt is exclusive to Sprint in the US and boasts an interesting collection of hardware. How interesting? Well, I bet you weren’t expecting HTC to launch a new phone sporting last year’s much-maligned Snapdragon 810. They did, and the Taiwanese handset maker also had the erm, courage, to follow Apple’s lead and ditch the audio jack on the Bolt. If you were thinking of buying the HTC Bolt but the lack of a 3.5mm audio jack left you feeling perplexed, HTC is offering an adapter to help you out, free of charge. Read more
Last week, Qualcomm announced their next flagship processor, the Snapdragon 835, complete with an industry-first processor size and next generation Quick Charge 4.0 technology. Now, thanks to a new leak, it looks like we have a clearer picture of the specs of this upcoming processor.
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With the OnePlus 3T arriving to take the OnePlus 3’s place, it’s brought on some cause for concern as far as updates go. It’s normal for updates to roll out slower or come to a complete halt when a company begins putting all of its efforts and focus on another product. But, that’s not going to be the case with the OnePlus 3.
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With Nougat open to the public, everyone is eager to get the latest version of Android on their devices. It generally takes a lot longer for big companies to roll out software updates, so you’re fortunate if you own a device from a smaller company like Nextbit. The 2016 flagship from Nextbit, the Robin, is currently getting Nougat in a closed beta program to test all software features before a public release.