RootJunky has collected data on the cost of the mseveral popular devices including: the Nexus 6P, Iphone 6s, Samsung S6 Edge and the OnePlus 2 and has discovered some interesting results on certain countries that are being overcharged for their devices.
Up until now, we've only see the Tegra X1 SoC used in the Nvidia Shield Android TV, Nvidia Shield Portable P2523(Loki), Jetson TX1 development board and the Google Pixel C but it looks like the NVIDIA Shield Tablet X1 could be on the way. A new entry on GFXBench shows an 8" 1080p tablet with the Tegra X1, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and Android 6.0.
The free and open source Telegram Messenger has received an update which now increases the maximum number of members in groups from 200 to 1000. The supergroups have few features that also help manage notification spam from the members. Also added is the ability to create group admins, and thereby restrict the power of other users with regards managing members and other group settings.
After yesterday's announcement that the Samsung TabPRO 8.4 will not receiving a Lollipop update, Samsung has announced that TabPRO 10.1 will not receive the update either. It is unclear as to whether Samsung will instead provide a Marshmallow update. Head to the forums to get an update for yourself.
The 2015 Android Dev Summit has been going on over the past two days and they've been live streaming all of the sessions that are happening there. For those who want a more on-demand style of viewing experience, you'll be happy to hear that Google is posting each of these sessions to YouTube. This playlist will automatically update each time a new video session is uploaded.
The developer behind the popular Greenify application has recently launched a developer preview of a brand new project, Nevolution. With this platform, community developers will be able to create plug-ins for popular apps and enhance the type of notification the user receives. This enables the developer community to improve notifications for apps even if the original developers have no intention of doing it themselves.
OnePlus has just announced that an OTA update containing OxygenOS 2.1.3 is starting to rollout out to the OnePlus X. This update contains security patches, bug fixes, software optimizations, and various SD card related improvements like changes to the UX, support for exFAT, the ability to move apps to and from SD card, along with fix for reboot on SD Card removal.
Flagships aren't the only devices that get phablet-sized displays and LG proves that with the LG Ray. The device is aimed at the budget segment with its RUB 15,000 ($232/€215) price point and comes with a 5.5" 720p LCD display, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, 16MP rear camera, 8MP front camera and the Mediatek MT6592M octa-core SoC clocked at 1.4GHz.
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