Yesterday evening, Mo Versi, Vice President of Product Management at HTC, officially announced that the company will not be able to meet its self-imposed 90-day deadline for the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update.
LG is renowned for packing the market’s latest and greatest display’s into its flagship smartphones, so you’d think it would come as no surprise to us when we heard that the G4 is rumoured to be the first handset to deliver a 3K panel with an eye-watering total of 600 pixels-per-inch.
In an investor relations meeting this afternoon, Google admitted that supply chain issues were the reason for the company not meeting the Nexus 6’s strong public demand when the handset first launched in November, 2014.
Google has just announced that it will launch the Nexus Player in Japan at the end of February for ¥12,800 ($108).
If you live in Canada and own an HTC One (M8) on either Bell, SaskTel, or WIND Mobile, you may want to check your device for an update as we’ve obtained several reports from readers on these carriers who are now receiving the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update.
Looking to pick up a Nexus 6? If so, today’s the day you should place your order as T-Mobile is currently offering a $48 discount with every purchase of the handset. This deal applies to both 32GB and 64GB variants of the device, but they have to be anodized in the Midnight Blue colorway.
Microsoft has today launched its Mobile Office Suite for Android. The package, which consists of Word, Excel and PowerPoint is free to download, create and edit files, but users will have to pay extra to unlock advanced functionality.
Google has just updated its Chrome Beta for Android application in the Play Store. The upgrade doesn’t bring much to the table in terms of added functionality, but it does include support for pull-to-refresh, in addition to the usual handful of bug fixes and stability improvements.
If you’re still trying to get your hands on an Inbox invite, we’ve got some good news for you. Google is guaranteeing everyone who emails them before 9AM PST on Friday, January 30, an invite.
Last week, a report surfaced online claiming that Qualcomm’s brand new Snapdragon 810 chipset has been suffering from some major issues with its internal cooling system, resulting in overheating.