Tons of new devices have officially been added to the Cyanogenmod family

Cyanogen_New_Logo_February_2015Cyanogenmod has officially expanded support for several new devices from different manufacturers, expanding the list of phones that will support Cyanogenmod releases. This doesn’t necessarily mean that all of these devices have a stable build ready right this second, but they’ll be supported with future releases. Read more

Google Nexus smartphone retail boxes leak, confirms Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P naming convention


We’ve seen plenty of leaks leading up to Google’s September 29 event, and as such, we know almost every detail about Google’s upcoming Nexus handsets. An earlier rumor indicated that they would be called the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, and now images coming by way of Android Police offer concrete evidence of the purported model names.

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Here is another picture of the LG V10 and its multiple displays


Earlier today, another image of the upcoming LG V10 was shared online. The new image (seen above) does confirm that the handset will indeed have two displays. The main display, which is allegedly 5.7 inches, is paired with a ticker above it alongside the front-facing camera(s). This ticker offers quick access to apps and will likely show previews to select notifications. And notice that there seems to be two cameras on the front of the V10. We’ll have to wait and see how LG explains that.

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Sprint’s LG G4 gets updated with a handful of minor changes


Sprint has launched an update to the LG G4, but it’s nothing major. This update brings just a few minor changes, including the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements. Here’s the changelog by way of Sprint:

  • Factory Reset Protection Updates
  • UI and Network enhancements
  • 3rd Party App Updates

This update will bring your device’s software version to LS991ZV6. As per the norm, the update will make its way to Sprint users over the next couple of weeks. However, you can check for it manually in the device’s Settings menu.

source: Sprint

Nexus 5X leak reveals mint color


Some new images that leaked claiming to show the LG version of the upcoming Nexus 5 device, believed to be the Nexus 5X, appear to reveal a new color that will join black and white. Although the images make it a little hard to tell just how vivid the color will be, it looks like the Nexus 5X will be available in a color called “Tennis Court Mint” and appears to be a pale teal or turquoise color. Read more