Dummy units and renders are cool and all, but there’s nothing like getting a good look at a phone in its actual skin.
Those surprises should come to light this August as the company is rumored to be revealing the devices a bit earlier than normal, with the latest rumors telling us that August 13th is a date to keep an eye on. Not long ago, it was tipped that Google could come up with a new design for the software home button that is featured on devices that don’t have a physical counterpart. By now, you’ve probably spent a good enough time catching everything there is to catch in Pokemon Go. Moans and groans around the world were heard when Niantic started bringing the hammer down on great third-party Pokemon GO companion apps like these. The latest version of the Android Wear app is notifying users of the Together watch face that Google will officially be shutting it down on Sept 30th, along with the reason why they’re doing it.
HTC is taking a break from Robert Downey Jr’s services to indulge in some baseball fun with Robinson Cano, a world class second baseman hitter for the Seattle Mariners. Someone at a makeshift pitcher’s mound tossed a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, an iPhone 6 and an LG G3 at Robinson Cano, and he proceeded to obliterate them into pieces with his baseball bat. Well, HTC is actually smashing their own phones, and there’s not a single peep to be had.
Verizon’s XLTE (LTE-Advanced) network upgrades are moving faster than ever since the initial launch with the wireless carrier announcing that more than 50 new markets have been added to the list today. XLTE delivers up to double the bandwidth of Verizon’s previous deployment, giving you a faster data connection and less congestion in crowded areas. Verizon proved with their initial 4G LTE rollout that they had the innate ability to reach a wide range of people in an extremely short amount of time, and they’re proving they can do it all over again with these latest upgrades coming in at breakneck pace. The beta already brings some rather significant goods for those of you on the latest version of the Xbox One dashboard preview.
You’ll also be able to thumb through your DVR content from your device and start playback, something that required the use of your existing cable or satellite remote before.
More control over Xbox One, their TV, and set-top box, including setting new recordings and watching recorded content from their DVR, all from a tablet or smart phone.
The new DVR features will be facilitated through a new remote control user interface that mimics that of a cable box’s. LG has issued its response to the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 in the form of the LG G4, a phone that sees efforts focused on the features that most impact everyday use. With the G4, LG intended to eschew the rectangular shape we have come to expect from smartphones, carrying over elements of the curved design of the far more ambitious G Flex 2. A removable backplate means users can swap from one to another to change the look of their G4 on the fly, and LG has plans to sell all options separately.
LG has opted to stand pat with a 5.5-inch QHD display, the same size and resolution as the display featured on last year’s G3.
What you can expect are colors that pop and hues that are more true to life in comparison to technology like the Super AMOLED displays Samsung has come to rely on. Our perception might be somewhat skewed after too much time with the almost cartoonishly vibrant displays of Samsung’s Galaxy line, but if your preference is for such exaggerated imagery you could potentially view the G4’s display as a let down.
The LG G4 features an interesting mix of hardware being the only 2015 flagship device so far to employ Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 processor, a hexa-core SoC comprised of a dual-core ARM A57 CPU paired with a quad-core ARM A53, which offers 64-bit support. In comparison, both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 take advantage of quad-core processing with an Exynos 7420 and Snapdragon 810, respectively.
Benchmark scores reproduced here indeed suggest the phone underperforms when pitted against the competition, but a string of somewhat arbitrary numbers doesn’t tell the full story. LG and Qualcomm made it a point to discuss how closely they worked to optimize the Snapdragon 808 for use in the G4, the result being a device that should still perform well despite hardware with a little less sizzle. Real-world performance was as it should be with no noticeable lag when navigating software and launching apps. Launching the camera and snapping off a few photos took mere seconds, cycling between apps was effortless, and the G4 deftly handled the demands of graphics-intensive gaming.
Though the G4 includes 32GB of onboard storage, fans of expandable memory will be glad to know the LG has not abandoned MicroSD support. In general, the G4’s auto mode churns out impressive images on its own, but a retooled camera interface gives photographers the tools they need to adjust shooting parameters on the fly with its manual mode. The most prominent addition is Smart Bulletin — a homescreen pane showcasing a series of widgets like LG Health, the music player, and calendar. Beyond these additions, the G4 also includes an improved Smart Notice widget that incorporates data like weather, location, and stored events to offer predictive suggestions, tips, and more, much like what we expect from Google Now.
Speaking of Google Now, the great thing about the G4 is that its interface is relatively unobtrusive and allows much of what we love about Lollipop to shine through. While the battery capacity hasn’t increased since the G3, battery life is improved thanks to optimization spanning software and the phones Snapdragon 808 processor. A removable battery is convenient for power hogs who need the security of a backup, but the G4 lacks built-in wireless charging, a feature found in the Galaxy S6 and starting to see a surge in popularity. Taken individually, features like the camera, display, and design of the G4 are quite impressive, if not tops among it smartphone peers.
Overall an incredibly solid performing from LG that meshes great hardware, beautiful display, and powerful camera to make it a must-consider device for new phone shoppers. Granted, we no longer have much of an option – unless we want to personally turn off those 4G radios. According to a recent J.D Power study, 4G users are much less satisfied with their devices, in terms of battery life. But even after considering these factors, devices connected to battery draining networks are improving substantially in this department. These arguments leave us wondering just how much the 4G factor affects the customer’s satisfaction. A new device by Google that seems to be in testing around the Mountain View campus, you say? Thankfully that day has finally come for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

Unfortunately there doesn’t appear to be any plans for Samsung to introduce an Edge variant of the Note 5, which is probably why the S6 Edge Plus exists.
You also know that it’s getting much more difficult to play the game without purchasing in-game upgrades. As much as most of you want to believe the company is the big bad wolf, their reasoning is neatly summed up with 1 telling image. They did it in full, smooth and crisp slow motion video, though obviously not with the lackluster camera sitting on the rear of the HTC One M9. Remember when OnePlus held a contest asking you to “smash the past” in order to win one of their phones and everyone crucified them? Is that a product of subconscious OnePlus hate or do people simply not care about a company’s actions if they’ve already proven themselves? That brings the full roster to more than 300 cities with XLTE (you can find the full list here).
Verizon already has a pretty sizable list of devices that are capable of receiving XLTE speeds, including recent heavy hitters such as the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Let your eyes wander below for the full list of the newest cities added to the mix in case you’re curious. Do you want to test out some great new features that are coming to Xbox One’s SmartGlass apps soon?
For starters, you can now browse your OneGuide listings from the app, and have your TV switch to a channel as if you were using an actual remote. This will work for people in Europe and Canada who have their TV connected to Xbox One via HDMI-in.
The commands will likely be transmitted over the network to the Xbox, which will use the Kinect to issue the commands to the cable box. You can find it in Google Play, but remember that it’s a beta and there may be some unknown issues lurking about.
While the phone ultimately feels a bit too familiar to last year’s LG G3, the G4 holds serve with its 2015 counterparts and offers compelling improvements in the areas of design, display, and camera.
First introduced with the G2 and honed with the G3, the button placement does take some getting used to for the uninitiated. That should be appealing to consumers with personalization on the mind, and means buyers won’t feel any regret over the version of the device they initially choose. Our initial reaction in many ways was similar to the experience with that phone, but LG has made improvements that do make a meaningful impact.
The tones generated by the G4’s display are more representative of what the eye sees in nature, but often images can seem a little washed out. Graphics processing is handled by an Adreno 418 GPU, and the processing suite is paired with 3GB of RAM. Even the predecessor G Flex 2 from earlier this year sports the 810 chipset, leaving some to wonder if the G4 is a step back in terms of processing.
Extra removable storage is especially useful for those wishing to take advantage of the 16MP camera’s RAW image capabilities. These combine to offer a camera that excels in nearly any lighting condition, including those dreaded lowlight situations. The G4 offers up finely detailed shots with little fuss, and strikes a fairly even balance of color, light, and shadow. LG has further improved the look and feel of their user experience over the G3, giving us an interface that stays quite true to the Material Design roots of the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS that ships with the device.
It is accessed by swiping to the far right (the same place you might find Samsung’s Briefing pane or HTC’s BlinkFeed). When opened, Event Pocket will present a variety of items culled from your Facebook events or nearby points of interest, allowing you to drag and drop them directly to your calendar. 12-14 hours of uptime seems to be a reasonable expectation with an average gauntlet of messaging, web surfing, light gaming, and some video consumption. As a package, however, there still seems to be something missing from the overall presentation. Android (and other) devices have not exactly provided users with the best battery performance. The fact is that once I turn off 4G and rely on 3G networks, my battery life almost doubles. While others (like HSPA+) are more of an enhanced 3G and provide a more energy-efficient experience. We are seeing devices like the Motorola DROID RAZR Maxx, with a whopping 3,300 mAh, and much longer battery life. In an attempt to better understand the phenomena, it would be great to see how our readers see this subject. If you know how Nexus codenames work, you’d know that the Google team has been exceptionally fond of fish and other water-bound creatures in the past. The S6 Edge Plus, in particular, is indeed looking a bit bigger than the originals that launched earlier this year. Thankfully, a newly-leaked animation shows it’s not as bad as we thought it would be. Even older devices such as the DROID line, the LG G2 and many other flagships from last year can enjoy the increased speeds.
Fire your XLTE-capable device up and give it a try if you happen to be in an area drenched in the new coverage. Now you can, thanks to the launch of a separate Xbox One SmartGlass beta over at Google Play.
The G4 most definitely borders on the phablet designation, and even those with long thumbs will likely have a hard time reaching all corners of the screen.

Ceramic has the feel of a premium material and promises good durability, but leather with stitched accents seems to be the look LG wants the G4 to be know for.
It’s display that is easily viewable even outdoors on a bright and sunny day, and it offers sharp, clear images on par with other Android flagships. The camera’s ability in poorly-lit environs was indeed impressive, though you should expect these shots to still lack a certain quality found in more ideally illuminated pictures. Within manual mode, one tap enables the ability to save images in RAW format (an uncompressed file offering more data and detail) for later editing and processing. Colors are bright and fun while icons and interface elements take on a flat, paper-inspired look. The idea is nice, and there is some use in quickly accessing certain widgets, but in this iteration Smart Bulletin feels a little half-baked. With even more spare usage you might push into a second day before needing to recharge, but this would be a rare case for most users.
While there is this sense that LG could have pushed harder, it is also difficult to find much to complain about with what the G4 ultimately presents: a phone worthy of consideration as one of the best to launch in 2015 so far, though perhaps not THE best.
It is safe to assume that a good percentage of the surveyed population may not know the difference.
A recent Chromium bug report has tipped us off to the existence of an unknown Google device. One variant of the Nexus 7 was codenamed Grouper and the Nexus 5 was codenamed Hammerhead in case you didn’t know. There’s a handy in-app option for reporting issues, so be sure to exercise that option if you happen to come across anything. Depending on the app or situation, the G4 is often difficult to operate with one hand, a trade-off any phablet user should be well aware of. We’ve seen other manufacturers experiment with the idea, from simulated and faux leather to the real thing, but LG really pulls it off here in a selection of colors. They have also included a color spectrum sensor that works to bring out the most lifelike colors in the images it captures. Standard Android battery saver modes can be set to kick on when power runs low in order to shut down unnecessary services that speed battery drain.
But, are users willing to stick to 4G until battery technology improves, or would they simply stick with 3G devices until then. Most recently released LTE devices almost match (or surpass) the battery life of last year’s 3G devices.
For good measure the laser autofocus of the G3 returns, offering speedy refocusing for subjects in close range. But I have grown accustomed to the idea of using my Powerbag, extended batteries, external chargers and constantly charging. The latter currently holding its position among one of the most discussed topics in the industry – What is real 4G? For example, you may not be interested in installing a screensaver, wallpaper, etc from the pack. Akrapovic Morsus – Dark Windows 8 ThemeA vision of perfection in titanium, stainless steel, and carbon fiber, the Morsus is a high-end custom motorcycle from the manufacturing company founded by Slovenian racer Igor Akrapovic.
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