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The Phones Still To Come From Elephone This Year

Elephone are looking to tackle every level of the Smartphone industry this year with the launch of many new devices at a variety of price points. So let's take a few moments to look at these versatile and disparate devices still to come this year and we may even have a few discount codes for you...

Find The Best Apps With Google’s Categoric Top Charts

The Google Play Store is, for most of us, the main source of applications. That's not particularly surprising since it's pre-installed on every Android smartphone you're likely to get, and counts a huge selection of apps, passing 1.6 million in July. It's hard to have both quality and quantity with that number. There's a lot of...

What Phone Gives the Best Bang-Per-Buck?

Now that the new Nexus phones are available for pre-order and that we know their prices, we can appropriately discuss which smartphone offers the most for the least amount of money. Considering that affordable phones are on the rise and flagships are on the decline, it's not hard to find good bang-per-buck releases anymore. Which...

An Update on Vinli, a Device to Turn Your Car into a Connected Car

There's been a clear, rising interest in connected cars lately (not to be confused with self-driving cars, which are a bit further along the road). This is especially true when it comes to some major tech companies that are new to the automobile business, such as Google or Apple. New companies are also showing up to...

How to Enable 1080p 60FPS Video Recording on the LG G4 – XDA TV

One of the features that was expected of the LG G4 was 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second. However, many were shocked when the option wasn't included on some LG G4s. The device is compatible with 1080p@60fps, it just isn't a selectable option. XDA Senior Member Pfeffernuss has found a way to enable...

Pixel C: Google’s In-House 10.2-In Nexus With Laptop Aspirations

Google announced an entire hardware fleet during today's Nexus event, but the Pixel C stands out as a convertable with roots in multiple dissimilar worlds. On the surface, this 10.2" Android slab with Google branding, the latest OS, and guaranteed updates appears to be a refresh of 2012's Nexus. However, it's the vision and stewardship of a design...

Nexus is Back: Editorial Roundup — Are You Getting One?

Join the discussion by commenting below to let us know what you think about these new phones! Brian Young: Chromecast Audio looks like it has some of the same DNA as the Nexus Q. It isn't premium hardware, but they emphasize that it's streaming as high quality of music as it possibly can to your speakers. Others...

All-New Nexus Phones: Specs, Prices, and Discussion!

Google officially took the wraps off its new set of Nexus devices, along with the new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio. While we almost knew everything there was before the announcement, having official confirmation and announcements puts a rest to all speculations, so let's get to them! Beginning with the LG Nexus 5X, this device comes as a...

Google’s Live Nexus 5X and 6P Event

Today Google will be announcing the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei Nexus 6P as well as potentially a new Nexus player and chromecast. Join us as we take a look at the biggest news. Tweets by @xdadevelopers //

Chainfire Makes Important Announcement About SuperSU’s Future

XDA Recognized Developer Chainfire, a superstar of XDA and the development scene, has just announced that his monolithic SuperSU project will be moving to the hands of Coding Code Mobile Technology, LLC. This marks a new beginning for SuperSU, the most popular and essential root application in existence. In his G+ post, Chainfire discusses why this...

OnePlus 2 XDA Review: Bad Marketing, Mediocre Phone, Great Price

OnePlus finally brought us the sequel to its widely acclaimed OnePlus One. Now, it's time to see if the OnePlus 2 has what it takes to rekindle the flame and reclaim the affordable flagship crown.   In this review, we’ll take an in-depth dive into the OnePlus 2. Rather than listing specs and talking about how the...

Let’s Talk About the HTC One A9

It's no secret that HTC need a win at the moment. Their last few flagships have been met with tepid approval, where their class-leading design and solid software has been habitually let down by a few key points. We've discussed HTC's success and strategy in previous articles, but it remains clear that the One m9...