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All smartphone manufacturers send new software updates to their devices via OTA (Over The Air) at intervals. The newer a device, the more frequently it gets software updates. These OTA updates sometimes bring new features and bug fixes, and sometimes they bring major OS upgrades. Whatever devices we might own, we...

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There was a time when even the very thought of owning a wearable tech was enough to excite us. Things have quite changed now and we have different gadgets like the Google Glass and smartwatches from OEMS like Sony, Samsung, LG, Pebble, Motorola and others. LG is one of the greatest...

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Modern smartphones feature stunning displays powerful processors and gigs of RAM. Having spent lots of money on a digital gadget, users have all rights to expect fluid and fast performance from the device they own. In most cases, our phones perform fast as long as they are not loaded with...

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iOS & Android are the two most incompatible operating systems. They have always been kind of strong contenders standing against each other, but why should the users suffer from this conflict. Imagine, you now somehow appreciate the open-source nature of Android and the extent to which it can be...

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After the huge success of the Moto series of Android smartphones by Google, the manufacturer decided to release the LTE enabled variant of the Moto G. The smartphone has ruled the market over time and turned out to be a strong opponent to others with its outstanding configuration in...

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When talk about lag issue with reference to a smartphone or tablet, it simply denotes to the time lapse between an action by an user and the reaction or response by a device. Usually, the lag issue on a phone or tablet is caused by insufficient processing power but in...

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Whatever brand or mobile device you go for irrespective of operating system, you will find bloat apps on all of them. The term bloatware refers to the preinstalled apps that come with a mobile device or computer. Bloats are usually injected by hardware manufacturers or OS vendors and are...

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  And here it is available for another device, and once again for an LG make. Previously, it was ported unofficially to the Nexus 4 and wrote a guide to Install Android L Developer Preview on Nexus 4. This time, we have come up with the LG Optimus G E975, which...

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The Desire 816 is one of the latest in the desire series. It is a mid-range but highly functional handset with features that are generally not affordable in this price. Its amazing hardware config includes a Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Cortex-A7 processing unit, Adreno 305 GPU, 8GB internal...

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The Grand 2 is the successor to the previously released Galaxy Grand. It covers up several reported drawbacks of the Galaxy Grand and brings a all round better hardware configuration, which includes Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, 1.5 GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, Adreno 305 GPU, 5.25 inches capacitive...