The flagship Android battle is about to get a bit more competitive.
The LG G4 is launching this week. The rollout will begin in Hong Kong, followed by releases in Turkey, Russia, and Singapore. LG says that there are around 180 carriers and retailers that plan to offer the G4 and that eventually the device will be available in “most of Europe, North America, CIS, Southeast Asia, Middle East/Africa, and South/Central America.”
When it comes to you U.S. folk, well, you’ve still got a few weeks to wait for the LG G4. LG has confirmed that the G4 will launch on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon, but so far all we know is that Sprint and U.S. Cellular [...]
According to GforGames.com, it has reports from Korea that Samsung plans to release a new Galaxy Edge in the second half of this year before the Galaxy Note 5 Edge makes its appearance.
The news is not all that surprising considering the fact that Samsung had to ramp up production of the S6 Edge from one to three million units per month due to the demand. In addition, supposedly, the company plans to continue increasing production until it achieves 10 million units manufactured per month by the end of the year.
It’ll be interesting to see if Samsung can meet these goals when the Note 5 is rumored to have a three-sided panel. It certainly has experience with releasing [...]
Back when Microsoft first introduced the Windows Phone, the company claimed that it would handle the process of updating the operating system.
Five years later, it seems like they actually mean it.
A blog post on the Microsoft Ignite blog post about Windows for Business announced:
Here at Microsoft, we take our responsibility to keep Windows secure seriously.We follow up on all reported security issues, continuously probe our software with leading edge techniques, and proactively update supported devices with necessary updates to address issues. And today, we’re announcing this continuous update process applies to all Windows 10 devices, including [...]