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Samsung offers free test drive for iPhone users thinking of switching

The lines in the Android vs iOS battle (with some Windows fans demanding to be let in as well) have always been clearly drawn. It is rare to find people who can say, “Yeah, I like both and can easily work with either”. It’s either you’re an Apple fanboy or an Apple hater who thinks Android is the best thing since sliced bread. But of course the other side would always want to draw some over to their side. Samsung is now offering a 1-month almost free test drive for their new products for iPhone users for just $1.

Install Xposed Framework on your LG G4 without custom recovery

Ok, so anyone who has plans of using Xposed Framework to spruce up your Android device’s OS will know that installing it would be a pain in the nether regions. It’s difficult enough to install via custom recovery (and root is required) that most people won’t bother. Unless you have an LG G4, where the installation just involves flashing the framework file. It’s that easy. Who knew?

Lenovo rolls out cheapest 4G Android phone in India, calls it A2010

One of Lenovo's biggest markets is India and so the company regularly brings new phones to the country. As an emerging market, there is a large demand for affordable phones that still deliver good specs and features. Recently introduced is the A2010 smartphone that features a 4.5-inch FWVGA screen, 1 GHz quad-core MediaTek SoC, 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, dual SIM support, 4G LTE connectivity, and a 2000mAh battery.

ZUK and Cyanogen make partnership official

Cyanogen recently claimed that it has more users than BlackBerry and Windows Mobile combined and with more than 50 million users now. We're a bit skeptical about this claim for many reasons but looks like the company is determined to make it really big in the tech industry. After officially partnering with Micromax in India and with Microsoft with a more solid “strategic partnership” for Android devices, we're learning that Cyanogen has also made its partnership with ZUK official.

Boost Mobile intros new ZTE Warp Elite

ZTE USA has recently announced the arrival of the Warp Elite handset in the country via Boost Mobile. The new smartphone under ZTE's Warp series can now be purchased online for only $179.99. If you're looking for a not so pricey phone yet still have good specs, consider the Warp Elite because it offers a large vivid display, impressive cameras, and a sleek design that doesn't compromise on style.

New HTC flagship to be called the HTC O2, SD820 inside

There have been worrying signs for HTC regarding the sales of their current flagship, the HTC One M9 – mainly, they’re not selling a lot of it. There’s just not enough interest generated for the flagship phone that they released early in the year, and that’s cause for concern financially for the Taiwan-based outfit. This is why rumors of a new, redesigned flagship from HTC came out, possibly to be announced this October, and now they say it will be named the HTC O2.

Speed Test: LG G4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Brutal drop tests are welcome even if they are heart-breaking to watch because we can still learn a thing or two from them. For those Android fans who are only interested in how fast new smartphones are compared to others, rely on speed tests. As for the Galaxy Note 5, the new premium flagship smartphone was recently compared with the LG G4.

New software update for Galaxy S6, S6 edge brings S6 edge+ features

The Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5's launch got the Samsung fans asking if the new features of the two new flagship phones will also be available on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. We never doubted about the possibility and we knew it was just a matter of time before Samsung makes the features available on the two older devices.
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