Leaks, leaks, leaks. And also rumours. Samsung’s upcoming flagship has been the topic for a lot of those, and yet everyday something or the other keeps on popping out every day. From a rumour claiming the Galaxy S8 will have a super fast facial recognition to some claiming it will feature a 1000fps slow motion video capture, now that a Sony Xperia has 960fps slow-mo video recording, there’s been a lot of wild ones. But admist that, we also got some very welome leaks such as the Galaxy S8 icons leaking online. Continue reading “Download : Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked Stock wallpapers”
LG announced the LG G6 earlier at the MWC event in Barcelona. The device features a metal and glass design bringing back the old LG Optimus G days, and an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio. But there is one thing that shall always remain usual for Android devices and that is customization. We love to customize, even if it is just changing wallpapers and Android lets us. Continue reading “[Download] LG G6 Stock Wallpapers”
OnePlus has launched the OnePlus 3T which is a souped-up version of the OnePlus 3. More speed and more battery life come to the best smartphone value of the year. It now comes with the Snapdragon 821 processor and a bigger battery, improved EIS and better front camera. Dash charging is available on the OnePlus 3T as well.
The new model comes in two colors — the attractive “soft gold” of the 3 and a new “gunmetal” dark gray — and has an option for 128GB of storage in addition to 64GB (128GB is exclusive to the gunmetal color). It will be available for purchase in the US starting on November 22nd and in Europe starting on November 28th. The other difference is the 3T’s price: it starts at $439 for the 64GB version and goes to $479 for the 128GB model, an increase of $40 to $80 over the outgoing OnePlus 3.
Android features all sorts of customization, from icons to themes. The brave of you also jump into the waters of XML editing and flashing experimental visual tweaks. It’s safe to say that we all love Android customization, and it remains one of the reasons we pick the platform over any other mobile OS. With Android, your phone can truly be yours because you’ve got full control over the tiniest of its details, as well as an immense repertoire of available launchers, icon packs, and themes. But perhaps the most essential part of an Android launcher is the wallpaper.