On Talk Android Deals, 1VoiceNYC’s Audio Blast earbuds in copper are being featured for today only. Walk down the street with these stunning earbuds and you’ll be turning heads at every corner.
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Android 7.0 Nougat brought several new security features and enhancements from Google, including some complete re-tooling of certain systems and better encryption. There’s a ton to go over, so now that Nougat is officially out for some devices Google has written up a blog post detailing some of those new security features. Read more
We’ve already heard rumors that Google is ditching the “Nexus” branding, instead opting to call this year’s refresh the Pixel and Pixel XL. The new branding will no doubt be the biggest change with these smartphones, but carrier availability will also have a big part to play as well. We already know Verizon will be carrying them with its own spin on the two handsets. But now, Ausdroid reports that Australian carrier Telstra will offer at least one of them, too.
When Android Wear was first finding its legs, Motorola wowed the market with a rounded watch when everyone else was pumping out squared off smartwatches. Sure, the Moto 360 had the whole “flat tire” thing going on, but it still looked great compared to some of the competition. Read more
When LG launched the new LG V20 in a bid to jump back in to the market as a leading contender for smartphone buyers, one of the benefits they claim is their new, enhanced user interface layer named LG UX 5.0+ to go along with the new hardware. If you are wondering what LG included or tweaked in this new interface you are in luck as the company has released a video that explains some of what you will find. Hit the break to check out the video and find out more about LG UX 5.0+. Read more
It’s finally here. After teasing the device in recent weeks, the LG V20 is official and heading your way very soon. This devices comes at a time when Samsung is calling for every Galaxy Note 7 sold to be returned and fixed; therefore, a window of opportunity exists for LG, one that’s going to close fast as Google’s Pixel phones are on the horizon.
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Tonight in San Francisco, the LG V20 was announced with high expectations. It follows the G5, a device from earlier this year that fell short of major hype. Now LG is putting together the best elements from that phone and and last year’s V10 to create a complete device that touches upon many areas consumers care about. It’s coming at a time when Samsung, the top competitor in this industry, is facing a costly global recall that opens the door for LG to get its latest phone into the hands of millions around the world.
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