Displaying items by tag: Marshmallow

BlackBerry's new DTEK50 may be the world's most secure Android smartphone, as the company claims, but there's no real indication of when it will reach our shores.

Published in Mobility

Remix, the Android OS that works on desktop computers in a similar way to Windows, yet gives full Android app compatibility (including MS Office), is now based on Marshmallow.

Published in Home Tech

Crafted to look like a flagship smartphone with its metal unibody, the HTC One X9 offers some high-end features while omitting others like a fingerprint reader or HTC’s Ultrapbixel-Equipped camera.

Published in Mobility

Android devices that aren’t Google’s own Nexus devices always take a while to get Android OS updates, but for S6 and S6 Edge users they’re here at last.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 02 May 2016 17:06

BlackBerry PRIV now a big softy

BlackBerry’s PRIV on Android now runs Android Marshmallow 6.0 – a great update to an interesting, secure smartphone.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 00:11

HTC 10 in OZ: $1099 from 3 May 2016

$1099 is the magic price point for some of the Android flagships, with HTC’s new 10 no exception. Here’s where you can get it from on 3 May 2016 and where to pre-order.

Published in Mobility

No, it’s not HTC’s new Windows 10 Mobile, but instead, the Android-based successor to last year’s M9, and like competing flagships, it’s impressive.

Published in Home Tech

No Australian prices or availability yet, but LG’s secret is out: a ‘modular’ smartphone and companion ‘LG Friends’ designed to outclass Samsung, Apple and everyone else.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 30 November 2015 09:52

LG G4 Marshmallow Aussie update very soon

LG has started rolling out its new Android Marshmallow update to European markets. Australia is not far behind.

Published in Mobility

LG’s new hope to replicate smartphone sales success with the Nexus 5X has finally arrived at in-store retail across Australia.

Published in Mobility

Google has finally decided to go big with its product launches, showcasing its two new flagship Nexus phones, while giving demos of Android Wear and Android Auto - and we have it ALL on video.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 08:31

Motorola to end Android add-ons

Motorola’s pledge to make pure Android smartphones will see it drop a range of customisations as it prepares to upgrade most of its 2014 and 2015 models to Android V6.x Marshmallow.

Published in Mobility

The world’s first Android 6.0 OS Marshmallow phone is the LG Nexus 5X, with USB-C port, fingerprint sensor, 4K video and more, shipping late October.

Published in Mobility




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