The OnePlus 3T might be getting yet another color option soon — Chromium.
When people joke around about companies spending more on advertising than on developing products, there’s always a little grain of truth in it. Samsung, for example, spent over $10 billion last year alone in marketing its products. That’s a big chunk of change.
In case you weren’t watching the virtual launch, Huawei’s e-brand, Honor, has just taken the wraps off its latest handset, the Honor 8 Pro that previously launched as the Honor V9 in China back in February. The Honor 8 Pro is both bigger and more powerful than the beautiful Honor 8 that launched in August 2016. Luckily, it would appear that despite sporting a bigger display with QHD resolution, the latest Kirin 960 processor, a whopping 6GB of RAM, and a bigger battery, the Honor 8 Pro is still a great looking handset. Join us after the break for more details and images.
Hoping they can help customers keep mayhem at bay, T-Mobile announced today an update to their SyncUP DRIVE device and related services. Launched last fall, this is the first significant addition to SyncUP DRIVE as T-Mobile is partnering with Allstate Motor Club to add their Roadside Assistance service for customers who need a little help while on the road. T-Mobile is making this new service available at no additional cost for SyncUP DRIVE customers.
Many people want a second number, but they don’t want a second phone. It’s probably better to avoid using your personal number for work, while dating, and on select public services where you don’t know who you’re communicating with. Your number is a piece of highly sensitive information. So you shouldn’t just hand it out easily. You need to communicate with a number that doesn’t get traced back to you. It’s backup, and we’re here to help.
Now, at Hushed, you can get lifetime access to a second number on your phone at a price exclusive to Talk Android and its readers.
Google has posted the changelog for the latest incremental update to Nougat, bringing the software up to version 7.1.2. You’ve got bug fixes, some improvements on the fingerprint scanner, and a new battery alert issue.
A good quality pair of wireless Bluetooth earbuds are hard to come by. Sure, the market is flooded with them, but many are cheap and made of low quality materials. That’s why the HERO True Wireless Sport Earbuds are so great — not only are you getting a high quality product here, but excellent sound quality and a long-lasting battery make sure you can enjoy any outside activity, such as jogging, for a good period of time.
Motorola is one of the companies directly responsible for the birth of the smartphone as we know it, and today officially marks the 44th anniversary of their announcement of the DynaTAC. It’s hard to even consider the DynaTAC and modern smartphones as being even remotely similar devices, but that’s where it all began.
Huawei has a new tablet launching soon — the Huawei MediaPad T3. It’s supposed to come in three different models, and now, we’re getting an advance look at what pricing might look like for these tablets.
Learning how to hack and attack networks and devices can be a pretty useful skill, especially on a resume or if you’re interesting in protecting yourself against malicious attacks on your own devices. But in 2017, why not take that a step further and add an Android phone into the mix?
If you’ve been holding out to see what the HTC U “Ocean” is all about, some new renders of the phone have been posted online.
Just because the Galaxy S8 launched last week doesn’t mean that the leaks have dried up. This week, it’s HTC’s turn in the glaring spotlight, with a whole bunch of details leaking on the specifications of the rumored HTC U or Ocean flagship, including things such as Edge Sense and possibly real-time HDR processing. Join us after the break for more details.