Motorola G7 Power Review

For $250-$300, the excellent battery life is worth it alone, but the Moto G7 Power turns out to be quite a good all around smartphone as well.
Samsung Galaxy S9+ review

Samsung Galaxy S10 model numbers are confirmed

We already have the model numbers for all three Samsung Galaxy S10 models that are going to come in the first quarter of 2019

Nokia 7 Plus lauded, on track for Android Pie next month

It gains praise from Expert Imaging and Sound Association for best consumer smartphone and gets a timeline for real Android Pie.

Samsung Gear smartwatch users are not so happy with Android 9.0 Pie

Samsung Gear smartwatches are having issues with beta versions of Android 9.0 Pie, but we have heard that the solution is close

Set your calendars for August 20th to welcome Android P

We have strong reasons to believe Android P will come in August thanks to a very reliable source

Android P Developer Preview 5 is final step before formal release

Android P has reached the end of the trialing pipeline and is set to be released within the next several weeks. What will be the treat name?

Huawei P9 lite could be updated to… Android Pistachio

So, the Huawei P9 lite mini won’t be getting Android Oreo, but maybe the Huawei P9 lite (2017) will get Android… wait, Pistachio?

Android P Developer Preview 4 released behind schedule

We are nearing release of the next version of Android and this update’s a little bit late. But at least we know that the platform is spreading its wings.

YouTube picture-in-picture mode to be available on all US Android Oreo devices

The feature has gotten out of its YouTube Red premium range and is spreading to all Android Oreo devices in the United States.

Qualcomm optimizing Snapdragon 845, 660 and 636 for quick Android P integration

Those three chipsets are featured on several of the non-Google phones that are eligible for the Android P beta program, which explains a lot.

Global private DNS in Android P and a new navigation mode

It’s not just about security while internet browsing, but also an iPhone X user interface motif that might get imported to Android P, according to some conspiratorial monitors.

This year’s ‘dramatic’ Android redesign is internally dubbed Pistachio Ice Cream… for now

Android Pistachio Ice Cream may or may not be the name of Google’s next big OS upgrade. But notch designs will be natively supported either way, according to a very reputable publication.

AOSP updated with first signs of Android P Developer Preview

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza WHAT? Code for the “future” has been appended to the AOSP gerrit and it’s taking us to the next level.

For Google, Android P starts here and now

We may go from Android 8.0 straight to Android 9.0 over the next year if what’s being talked about deep in the AOSP gerrit pans out.