I’ve been a huge fan of the Marshall London smartphone in the last couple of years. The richest front-facing stereo speakers on any phone in the world still, in 2017, by quite a margin. (And yes, I’ve used the ZTE Axon 7.) Stereo microphones that can record the loudest band. A grippy and durable outer skin that has never needed a case. Twin headphone jacks with independent volume controls. A high-end DAC for powerful headphone output. A replaceable battery, the list goes on. I reviewed the Marshall London here 18 months ago. And, after an eternity, it’s been updated.
Yu, a subsidiary of India’s number 1 smartphone brand — Micromax — recently launched its first high-end smartphone: the Yu Yutopia. In fact the Yutopia is the first proper flagship from an Indian OEM. Up until now, Indian OEMs have only dabbled in the budget to premium mid-range segment, with no one bold enough to release a phone that is worthy of being called a flagship.
Google introduced a handy ‘Until next alarm’ option in Android with Lollipop and re-introduced it again with Android 6.0.1. However, many Marshmallow and Lollipop running Android device owners are reporting that this feature has mysteriously disappeared for them over the holidays.
At the beginning of June, Motorola confirmed that the update to Android 5.1.1 for its Android Wear-based smartwatch, the Moto 360, had been delayed.
Samsung and T-Mobile have started rolling out the Android 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States. The 638MB OTA update brings with it some much needed bug fixes and usability enhancements to improve the overall experience of using the handsets.
We have already heard a bit about the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus, but today, the folks over at SamMobile are back with some more concrete information about the handset.
Motorola started rolling out the Android 5.1 OTA update for the Pure Edition 2014 Moto X late last month. However, due to some bugs in the firmware, the company has now halted the rollout of the update.
Sony today announced that it will start rolling out the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for its Xperia Z series of devices from July.
Nvidia today announced that it has started rolling out the Android 5.1 update for the SHIELD tablet.