10 reasons for having pre-Android phones that nobody under 20 will believe

As yet there’s no further information on the discharge, like when and how much, but if you’re searching for an attention-grabbing fresh smartphone within the next three months, the LG G Flex will be accessible through T-Mobile, Sprint and at&t on the Spark LTE network in the approaching months. As we get more specifics on the release we’ll be certain to inform you.

Millions of people are already using MORECAST, because of its unparalleled reliability, intuitive design and pinpoint-precise forecasts and weather details. Available in a lot more than 20 languages, MORECAST is a truly global weather app. With a current Play Store rating of 4.4 stars, it’s the only weather application you’ll ever need. Try it out for yourself.

The Nexus 5 camcorder was created for easy point-and-shoot operation, and while that’s great it doesn’t suit everybody: its maximum shutter velocity isn’t very long and which means it struggles a bit in poor lighting conditions. HDR+ mode helps a little and the flash can cast a bit of a glow in close-up shooting, but there’s no replacement for good lighting.

Motorola unveiled its next era of Moto G at IFA 2014 and has made a decision to fore-go any difficult naming conventions and keep the name the same. While the true name could be the same, the hardware within the updated version of the device is certainly different. How different, you ask? Have a look at our comparison of the original Moto G and the Moto G (2014).

CyanogenMod, arguably the Android community’s favorite ROM, released the 12th edition of its M build for CM 11 last year. Bringing bug fixes, improvements, and all new features to its Android 4.4.4 codebase, modders are feeling pretty pleased. But now Android 5.0 Lollipop is here, so what’s the status of the brand new CyanogenMod update, CM 12? Upgrade: After announcing that the CyanogenMod CM12 build is on its way, we’ve right now learned that support provides been added for the LG G3 international, Nexus 6 and Android One (the latter only on CM11).

The LG View Urbane LTE features 1 GB of RAM, double the amount compared to various other smartwatches of the this past year or so. The rest is relatively equivalent: Snapdragon 400 clocked at 1.2 GHz and 4 GB of on-board storage space. The interface seemed flawlessly responsive and quick during my time with it, and that extra RAM can help things in the functionality stakes certainly.

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