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The look of the device seems all normal until you notice what appears to be wood grain on the massive rear panel. What's up?
Marble skins have launched at dbrand's store and the company is offering 30 percent off those skins and any others you want to buy until Thursday.
Google has never allows OEMs to add smartwatch skins to Android Wear, and we can't help but wonder if that's a good thing or not. What do you think?
There are a number of ways to customize a phone. If you're into natural fiber solutions, the folks at Toast sent over a new real wood skin for the LG V10.
It's only January and we won't see a new phone (of the flagship variant) for several months - but that won't stop us from making our "old" phone feel new!
Sony is conducting a near-stock Android experiment, which is great for users and for Android. We wish all OEMs would pick up this mantle. Here's why.
A good way to add personality to your phone is by applying a theme. In recent years, doing so has been easier said than done - but that could be changing.
OEM skins are everywhere. Which one is your favorite Android skin? Our editors sound off and look for your input as well. Check it out here.
Want to protect your phone from scratches and scuffs but don't want a case? Watch our review of the dbrand iPhone 6 skin to see if it fits the bill!
The dbrand Nexus 5 skin highlighted in our giveaway is just one of many vinyl variants available from the company. Learn how well they work in our review!
For our 2014 Nexus 5 giveaway, we're partnered with dbrand to offer not just a 32GB Nexus 5, but also five precision vinyl skins to customize it. Enter now!
Samsung's Android UI, or "skin," has never won many popularity contests. Read our speculation on what the company might bring to the table in TouchWiz 6.
Facebook debunked rumors that they were producing a Facebook phone citing their inability to reach a significant percentage of their userbase that way. They they unveiled their plan which will be just as limiting, but will not require hardware.