Major Manufacturers like Samsung, Acer, Sony, Asus, Lenovo, Huawei etc. have recently announced their upcoming tech products including the Android Smartphone, Android Wears and more. Most of the products are not even available in the market. However, XDA-Developers, a major mobile software development community, has made sure that, they be ready when the users get their hands on these products. Now, the forums are available for many new and upcoming Android Smartphones and Android Wears.

Forums for Smartphones like Acer Predator 6Lenovo ZUK Z1Huawei Mate S are now available. Also, Forums for The Xperia Z5 Series from Sony have been made available by XDA which includes the Sony Xperia Z5Sony Xperia Z5 Compact and the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium. XDA not only supports mobile phones but also serves the users of the Android Wears with their forums. Hence, forums for Asus ZenWatch 2 and Samsung Gear S2 are live at the moment.

With XDA forums you can get general information about devices, ROM upgrades, technical support, Q&A, and reviews of device applications and accessories. Moreover, you can get the latest support or even develop custom software for your devices. The site’s main purpose is discussion, troubleshooting and development for Android, Windows Phone, WebOS, Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS and Tizen phones and more.

XDA-Developers is one platform to discuss and develop support for Android Smartphones with ROMS, Kernels, apps and more; which brings together users and developers from all over the globe at one place. So if you already possess an Android mobile phone or watch, or planning to get one, then get excited, because the support for your device is already available through forums.

Manufacturers of mobile phones and smart watches were zealous about announcing their products at the IFA. If you have missed anything about the IFA and the products announced by major manufacturers around the world, then you can still get updated with the IFA 2015 archives from DroidViews.

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