With first impressions on the table, we’re already pretty impressed with what LG has done with LG G6. The bezel-light flagship brings a lot of impressive aspects to LG’s primary lineup, and clearly, interest in the device is pretty strong. The company has just announced that there have already been 40,000 pre-orders for the phone.
Now that we’re in the final stretch before the Galaxy S8’s official reveal, leaks are coming out faster than ever before. We’ve already learned a lot about Samsung’s upcoming device, and just last night there was a brief hands-on video leak. Today, though, we’re getting another new look at the phone, this time hinting at a previously unknown feature.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks have basically turned into a pour at this point, and the latest addition to the collection is a new video showing both the front and back and phone — and a look at the “Do not leak info” sticker on the back…
How to enable the app drawer on the Honor 6X with EMUI 5.0
Despite its flaws, the Honor 6X is a surprisingly solid mid-range device. Its biggest flaw, though, is the software layer. Out of the box, the Honor 6X runs on top of EMUI 4.1, which is an undeniably poor experience, especially in the western world. Thankfully, that’s changing, and it solves a lot of problems with the phone. So, here’s how to enable the app drawer on the Honor 6X with EMUI 5.0…
In this week’s top stories: Google Pixel 2 is coming later this year, our best look yet at Galaxy S8, hands-on with LG G6, YouTube TV launches, and much, much more. expand full story
When Android Wear 2.0 was released, it had improvements across the board, but it also came with its own version of the Play Store so that users could easily download and use apps on their wrist. The thing is, applications built for Android Wear just aren’t that great, at least, not yet. So, if you have a smartwatch, do you own it mainly so you can check notifications or so that you can run applications?