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This week we went hands-on with the new HTC U Ultra , reviewed the Sprint -exclusive HTC Bolt , and rounded up the Android OEMs that update their phones the fastest. Here’s the news of the week!
HTC U Ultra hands-on: a major change for HTC HTC has just revealed its new flagship smartphone, the U Ultra. Here’s everything you need to know about it!
HTC Bolt review Are faster data speeds enough to make the HTC Bolt worth your pretty penny? Let’s find out in our HTC Bolt review!
Which Android manufacturer updates its phones the fastest? After tracking Android Nougat update performance for the last six months, we can now reveal the fastest – and slowest – OEMs for updates.
Power draining apps: what’s happening and what you can do about it If you think that an app might be draining your smartphone’s battery, here a look at the possible causes and what you can do about it.
LG G6 will have the world’s first QHD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio The upcoming flagship will come with a 5.7-inch QHD+ (1440 x 2880) screen featuring LG’s in-TOUCH technology.
A look at the billion-install club: the most installed apps With over 65 billion apps installed on Android devices, here are the few that have over 1 billion installs each. The most installed apps of all time.
HTC U Ultra versus the competition: who wins in the hardware battle? The HTC U Ultra seems to share a lot of features to other supersized Android flagship phones, but does it have what it takes to be the very best?
How the iPhone’s reveal 10 years ago changed Google forever Apple first announced the iPhone 10 years ago today, but that reveal turned out to be a game changer for its biggest rival, Google.
5 flagship features that mid-range phones need in 2017 Mid-range smartphones could do with a shot in the arm in 2017, so here’s a list of features we want to see from manufacturers this year.