Either intentionally or accidentally, HTC has just revealed its latest phablet for China: the One E9+, and is the first device from the Taiwanese OEM to come with a Quad HD display.
Android 5.0 Lollipop comes with some major under the hood enhancements that should theoretically improve battery life. However, things have been exactly the opposite for users who have updated their device to Lollipop.
In a blog post today, the CyanogenMod team revealed today that nightly builds of CM12.1, which will be based on Android 5.1, is expected to start rolling out after a week or so. The team is currently cleaning up their codebase after merging the latest AOSP release of Android 5.1 after which the nightlies will start rolling out.
Despite Samsung claiming that it has toned down TouchWiz on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, the handsets come with 56 apps pre-installed. For comparison, the Galaxy Note 4 only comes with 50 apps pre-installed.
OnePlus will not be able to live up to its promise of releasing the Lollipop update for the One by the end of this month.
TWRP a.k.a TeamWin Recovery Project — one of the most popular custom recoveries for Android devices — has received an update to v188.8.131.52. The new version of the recovery does not come with any major new feature or changes, but does feature a lot of minor improvements that will greatly improve the experience of using the recovery.