MWC 2016 Posts on XDA

XDA/Android Podcast Ep.14: “S7 Has Arrived, Water Your Thoughts? OnePlus X Giveaway!”

The XDA/Android podcast will bring you the best news each week from the perspective of the XDA team, r/android mods, admins and users. Each week you can find our latest episode here, on Youtube, Pocketcasts and on your favorite podcast app through the RSS feed: http://www.buzzsprout.com/49234.rssIn this episode, the team discusses Daniel’s Galaxy S7 hands-on...

The G5’s Modularity has Lots of Potential, but it Needs to get Better Friends

The LG G5 and Galaxy S7 look to be the culmination of a pair of trends I’ve been closely examining for a while in both LG and Samsung phones, a dramatic shift in UX design that is what I think will make 2016 so interesting. Whereas Samsung decided to simply fine-tune the experience they delivered with...

Mobile World Congress Announcements: Galaxy S7, LG G5, Xperia Z is DEAD!

It's Friday, February 26, 2016, and Jordan talks about what happened this week over at XDA-developers.com. Most of the news this week was from Mobile World Congress. There were many items announced including the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and the Xiaomi Mi 5. Those stories and more are discussed, so check out...

Sony Xperia Agent Concept Demo at MWC 2016 (Move Over Alexa)

We got hands on with the new Sony Xperia X line at MWC 2016, however that’s not the only neat item from the event. XDA TV Host TK shows off Sony’s quirky Xperia Agent personal assistant. This item is still in the concept stage, but could it replace Amazon’s Echo? Check out this video and leave...

App Drawers: Are They Necessary? MWC 2016

From MWC 2016 we have seen the future of mobile and for Android appears to have a lack of app drawers. The LG G5’s newest interface lacks one, but it can be enabled by changing the theme. Many other new devices are missing it as well. XDA TV Host TK asks the question: Are app drawer...

honor Interview at MWC 2016

While the initial excitement of all the new releases is starting to die down, there is still a lot to see at MWC 2016. We’ve already showed you the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the LG G5 app drawer, the Huawei MateBook, the Sony Xperia X line and a demo of Ubuntu...

Jide Remix OS Hands On & Demo at MWC 2016

We’ve covered a lot of hardware at MWC 2016 but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t any software announcements. Jide, the makers of Remix OS which runs on the Remix Ultra Tablet or the Remix Mini hardware, has announced that they are officially releasing Remix OS for PCs as well. XDA TV Host TK got hands...

Samsung Knox Customization Hands On & Demo at MWC 2016

Our coverage is from MWC 2016 is still going strong. XDA TV Host TK found some interesting initiatives from Samsung. While Knox may be a bad word to us enthusiasts, but businesses love the features. In this video TK shows of some of Samsung’s interesting Knox Customization initiatives. Check out this video to learn more. In case...

Hindered Return: Android 6.0’s “Adoptable Storage” Not Supported by LG G5, Galaxy S7

We're excited for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5. Both the phones arguably stand neck to neck with each other, and there's no doubt that they are one of the best phones you could purchase in the near future. If you are due for an upgrade in the next few months and happen...

Samsung Connect Auto Hands On & Demo at MWC 2016

MWC 2016 is not just about mobile phones, and Samsung has demonstrated that with their announcement of the Samsung Connect Auto. The Samsung Connect Auto is a dongle for your car that has a cellular connection and connects to your cars’ OBD port. The information gather is than displayed on an app and, if available,...

Xiaomi Mi 5 Hands On at MWC 2016

MWC 2016 is in full swing, but there are still announcements being made. Xiaomi has announced the Mi 5, So far we showed you the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the LG G5 app drawer, the Huawei MateBook, the Sony Xperia X line and a demo of Ubuntu Unity 8 and convergence. XDA TV Host TK got hands on...

Xiaomi Launches the Mi 5 — All You Need to Know

Xiaomi, one of the more controversial OEM's around but someone we still respect for making cheap, affordable and still great hardware, put down its own horse in the flagship race with the launch of the Mi 5 at MWC 2016. Xiaomi's previous flagships have all been value for money devices, promising some top of the line...