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All other hypes and rumors were crushed when Oppomart listed the OnePlus 3 on their website with a price tag of $369. The product was marked as "out of stock," but it gave away almost everything about the phone with official pictures and detailed specs! You will find the "published" specifications of the OnePlus 3 below.


Display: 5.5" 1080p


Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU and Adreno 530 GPU


RAM: 4GB/6GB (DDR4)


In-built storage: 32GB/64GB/128GB UFS 2.0


16-megapixel rear camera (Sony IMX298) with optical image stabilization


8-megapixel front camera


Fingerprint scanner in the Home button


Support for 4G LTE-FDD and multimode modem


Battery: 3,650mAh with Quick Charging


OS: Oxygen OS built on Android 6.0 Marshmallow



If this turns out to be true (which is very likely), then OnePlus is all set to deliver another stellar product to its customers. However, we think that the $369 price tag is meant for the entry level variant of the OnePlus 3, so if you want the beastly version with 6GB of RAM, you might have to shell out more. Do you like what you see? What do you think the beefiest variant of the OnePlus 3 would be priced at?


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Android M developer preview

 

Google has just released the first Over-the-air (OTA) update to the Android M Developer Preview. Google promised that the M Developer Preview would receive a couple of updates before the software becomes stable enough to be consumed by the general public, you can check the release road-map Here.

 

What's New ?

 

The Android M Developer Preview 2 update includes the up to date M release platform code, and near-final APIs for you to validate your app. To provide more testing support, we have refined the Nexus system images and emulator system images with the Android platform updates. In addition to platform updates, the system images also include Google Play services 7.6.

 

Android M

 

The preview can still only be installed on the LG Nexus 5, Motorola Nexus 6, HTC Nexus 9, and Asus Nexus Player. It comes with the up-to-date M release platform code, as well as near-final APIs.

 

Android M Full Change-log

 

Android M Screenshots

 

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Samsung S5


Malaysian Samsung Galaxy S5 users are celebrating the New Year by having their phone updated to Android 5.0. The update is not yet available OTA, so if you want to update your Galaxy S5 in the country, it means plugging the phone into your PC and using Samsung Kies 3.

 

S5

 

Before you go ahead and update your Samsung Galaxy S5, make sure to leave at least 3 GB of free space available. At the same time, you should have the battery on your handset fully charged. Back up all of the data on your phone.

 

Kies

 

According to Samsung, apps opened for the first time after the update may be sluggish "due to the initial optimization process required with the Android 5.0 OS." Additionally, some apps installed on your Galaxy S5 might need to be updated from the Google Play Store or Samsung Galaxy App Store in order to be optimized with the latest build of Android. And after the update, the amount of system memory on your Galaxy S5 will decline by at least 950MB.

 

Download Samsung KIES 3

 

Update Source

 

 



Two of the biggest Android flagships of 2016 are going to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2016 on February 21 and rumors regarding the two have reached an all time high now. As you probably know already, we are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S7 series and the LG G5. After being treated to a host of leaked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge pictures on the web, we have finally been shown what the LG G5 will look like.


This is the most revealing leak yet as we can clearly see both the back and the front of the LG flagship, which removes any doubt regarding its design elements at least. As seen in the picture, there is indeed a dual camera setup on the back, complete with a dual tone flash and possibly even laser autofocus. A circular fingerprint scanner can be seen right below the rear cameras with volume buttons on the side. If we were to make a guess, we would say that this time around, the fingerprint scanner will function as the power button as well.


The body of the G5 is probably made up of metal, but it is hard to tell until we get a closer look at it. The internal specs of the G5 cannot exactly be seen in this picture, but after months of speculations, leaks and rumors we have a pretty good idea about them. Expect the LG G5 to be powered by a SD 820 SoC, coupled with 4GB of RAM and a powerful battery. The 5.6" 1440p display will sport Android M 6.0 out of the box and will possibly be updated to the latest firmware soon after.


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Sony released the Xperia Z5 series loaded with top notch features in selected regions across the globe. This variant was not available in the US till now. However, the "Sony Xperia Z5 Premium's" unlocked, international variant can now be purchased via Amazon and Expansys.


You should note that the Xperia Z5 Premium available via Amazon and Expansys won't come with U.S. warranty. The retailers have listed both single SIM and dual SIM options of the Z5 handset and both of the variants will support LTE connectivity. But, the handset will work only under AT&T, T-Mobile and other GSM network carriers, as CDMA support is not available.

 

Coming to price, Amazon's Xperia Z5 Premium will cost $733, whereas from Expansys the same can bought for $779.99. The USP of this smartphone is the 4K display resolution of 2160 x 3840 pixels. This device is reportedly the "world's first smartphone" with 4K display.


Specifications wise, the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium will boast a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display. The screen size along with 4K resolution translates to a magnificent 806 ppi pixel density resulting in outstanding viewing experience. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor backed by 3GB RAM. Although currently the OS is Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, it can be upgraded to Marshmallow.


Via Amazon and Expansys-USA



If you own a Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo and you just got prompted for updating your device, get ready to welcome Android M onto your smartphone. Unlike previous years, when users were used to Samsung forgetting the cheaper or older or less popular devices within a very short time, 2016 has been quite a revolution for both the company and its customers in terms of updates. It is once again our pleasure (Courtesy of GSM Arena) to inform that Samsung has now released Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 for the Galaxy S5 Neo in Austria, Germany, Greece, Holland and the UK. It is speculated that the rest of the neighbouring countries will also receive the same within a short period of time.


After you download and install the update on your S5 Neo (preferably via Wi-Fi), your phone's build number should change to G903FXXU1BPD4 and the base Android version should now show Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Popular features like the battery saving Doze mode, Google Now on Tap, individual app permission customization and many others should all be accessible after the upgrade.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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