Meet Oukitel K10000, the smartphone that gives up to 10 days of battery life on a single charge, thanks to 10,000mAh battery. Here are the details.
Pepsi's first smartphone, P1, is now official. Powered by Android, here are the specs, price and release date info that you need to know about this new budget-friendly smartphone.
Samsung Electronics has today officially introduced the world to the rumored Galaxy View, a device that the company says will "deliver an unprecedented mobile entertainment experience by streaming video and media content on the largest Android mobile device available on the market". In short, the South Korean company has built a whopping 18.4-inch tablet that it hopes will appeal to consumers around the globe who are passionate about consuming content from streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube.
BlackBerry's frequently speculated "Venice" smartphone has once again been catapulted into the public domain thanks to a number of high-quality leaked images. The beleaguered smartphone manufacturer is attempting to turn its fortunes around and make an impact in the smartphone market with an Android powered device, codenamed Venice. There had been some debate as to whether or not the handset actually existed, but these latest images not only seemingly confirm its existence, but also corroborate previous reports on how the device will actually look.
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update changelog and release date for Nexus 5 has been revealed. More on this is detailed below.
Could Google be making the jump from Android 5.0 to 5.2 for the latest Android devices, including the recent Nexus lineup? According to a recent spotting, a Nexus 5 has just been seen running Android 5.2 Lollipop. Head over the jump for further details on this development.
Android 5.1 Lollipop update for select devices released. Complete details on features and everything you need to know can be found right here.
Three months since its release, Android 5.0 Lollipop is running on almost less than 0.1% of devices which received the update, says Google itself. For those who have been following Android closely since it was first released, this news shouldn't be too surprising. More on this right after the jump.