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New permissions requirements for Android TV

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 03:10 PM PDT

Posted by Anirudh Dewani, Developer Advocate

Android 6.0 introduces a new runtime permission model that gives users more granular control over granting permissions requested from their apps and leads to faster app installs. Users can also revoke these permissions from Settings at any point of time. If an app running on the M Preview supports the new permissions model, the user does not have to grant any permissions when they install or upgrade the app. Developers should check for permissions that require runtime grant from users, and request them if the app doesn't already have them.

To list all permissions that require runtime grant from users on Android 6.0 -


adb shell pm list permissions -g -d

RECORD_AUDIO

Apps should generally request as few permissions as possible. Voice search is an integral part of Android TV content discovery experience. When using the internal SpeechRecognizer to enable Voice Search, apps must declare RECORD_AUDIO permission in the manifest. RECORD_AUDIO requires explicit user grant during runtime in Android 6.0. When using the Android TV Leanback support library, apps can eliminate the need for requesting RECORD_AUDIO during runtime by using SpeechRecognitionCallback instead of SpeechRecognizer.

SearchActivity.java

Commit from Android TV Leanback Sample repository.



mFragment = (SearchFragment) getFragmentManager()
.findFragmentById(R.id.search_fragment);

if (!USE_INTERNAL_SPEECH_RECOGNIZER) {

mSpeechRecognitionCallback = new SpeechRecognitionCallback() {

@Override
public void recognizeSpeech() {
if (DEBUG) Log.v(TAG, "recognizeSpeech");

// ACTION_RECOGNIZE_SPEECH
startActivityForResult(mFragment.getRecognizerIntent(), REQUEST_SPEECH);
}
};
mFragment.setSpeechRecognitionCallback(mSpeechRecognitionCallback);
}


When SpeechRecognitionCallback is set, Android Leanback support library will let the your activity process the voice search action instead of using the internal SpeechRecognizer. The app can then use RecognizerIntent to support speech recognition.

If you have an Android TV app targeting API Level 23, please update the app to use SpeechRecognitionCallback and remove RECORD_AUDIO permission from your manifest.

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Paid Newsstand Content Launches In Malaysia And Thailand

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 01:59 PM PDT

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Before getting Google Play content onto our Android devices, Google has to dot its i's, cross its t's, and shake hands with the right people all over the globe. If a country doesn't have access to certain things in the Play Store yet, chances are Google is still jumping through hoops. After all, the company would love for as many people to use its services as possible.

Today we shine a spotlight on Play Newsstand, the section of Google Play where you can get magazine subscriptions.

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Paid Newsstand Content Launches In Malaysia And Thailand was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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How iPhone 6s stacks up against Android rivals

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 01:39 PM PDT

iPhone 6s has arrived. Photo: AppleDespite being identical to their predecessors, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are much-improved in almost every way. But do they have the specifications they need to take on the latest Android-powered smartphones we've already seen this year? Find out in our comparison below, which compares Apple's next-generation iPhones with rivals like the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, the

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Hangouts Updated To v4.2 With Tweaks For Marshmallow's More Granular Permissions [APK Download]

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 01:31 PM PDT

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There's a new version of Hangouts rolling out to devices today, and it's a big jump from 4.0 to 4.2. I know that you're wondering. Does it fix that thing that you personally hate about Hangouts? Nope, that thing (whatever it is) is unaffected. This update is laying the groundwork for Android 6.0.

As you probably know, Android 6.0 will have a new permission system that has apps request access to more sensitive things.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Now Has Its Own IFTTT Channel

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 01:14 PM PDT

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Amazon Cloud Drive is a way to get around storing your stuff on your own hardware. Instead, you can keep it on someone else's. It this case, Amazon's.

IFTTT is a service that automates the way the sites you visit interact with each other. Those letters stand for "If This Then That."

Now the two of them are friends. Amazon has announced its new IFTTT channel for Amazon Cloud Drive. Things you could do include automatically taking photos that people tag you in and saving them into a folder on Amazon's servers.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Now Has Its Own IFTTT Channel was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 01:03 PM PDT

New apps need lovin' too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We've shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with fewer than 100,000 installs. Browse our new Android app picks below and let us know which ones you enjoy.

Google Street View

Google Street View

Description: Explore world landmarks, discover natural wonders, and step inside locations such as museums, arenas, restaurants, and small businesses with Google Street View.

 

 Mirrativ: Live Stream Any App

Mirrativ

DescriptionMirrativ is the first-of-its kind live streaming app letting you broadcast ANY content on your smartphone screen. You can also interact with your viewers in real time.

 

Bing Ads

Bing Ads

Description: Bing Ads for Android helps you stay on top of your Bing Ads campaigns while you're on the go. Keep your finger on the pulse of your accounts and performance data all from your mobile device.

 

ClearLock: Block Distractions!

ClearLock

Description: ClearLock is a productivity app which allows you to block all distracting app on your device in order to let you concentrate and focus on what matters. This will greatly increase your productivity.

 

Adblock Browser for Android

Adblock Browser for Android

DescriptionBrowse fast, safe and free of annoying ads with Adblock Browser for Android. The most popular adblocker for desktop browsers is now available for your Android phone and tablet.

 

Drivemode – Driving Interface

Drivemode

DescriptionDrivemode is a driving app with a "no look" interface that allows you to focus on the road ahead, not your phone, while accessing music, navigation, calls, texts and more. The beauty of Drivemode is that it works in any car, eliminating the need for a pricey upgrade, and it is free.

 

Instadict

Instadict

DescriptionInstadict lets you view a word's meaning anywhere! Just copy the word and shake your device horizontally to get it's meaning. No need to interrupt what you're doing. It also supports full offline mode! Just download the appropriate dictionary from the link below and you're all set!

 

Mastery

Mastery

Description: Mastery tracks how much time you spend on developing your skills. This app allows to gamify your skill development and enhance productivity.

 

ADV Screen Recorder

ADV Screen Recorder

DescriptionADV Screen recorder was designed to be fully featured, without any kind of restritions and without requiring root.

 

 Cocktailer – Cocktail Recipes

Cocktailer

Description: Cocktailer is a simple app created to help you easily find recipes for your favorite cocktails. With a stunning material design user interface, colourful visuals and simple descriptions, it has never been easier to find cocktail recipes as well as discover new ones!

 


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Play Games Loot Drop for Developers

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 12:54 PM PDT

Posted by Ben Frenkel, Product Manager Google Play Games

Launched last March, Player Analytics is already becoming an important tool for many game developers, helping them to manage their games businesses and optimize in-game player behavior. Today we're expanding Player Analytics with two new analytics reports that give you better visibility into time-based player activity and custom game events. We're also introducing a new Player Stats API to let you tune your game experience for specific segments of players across the game lifecycle. Along with those, we're rolling out a new version of our C++/iOS SDKs and Unity plug-in and giving you better tools to manage repeating Quests.

New useful reports for developers

We are launching two new reports later this week in the Play Games developer console: the Player Time Series Explorer and the Events Viewer. We've also made improvements to our player retention report.

Player Time Series Explorer

Ever wondered what your players are doing in the first few minutes of gameplay? What happens just before players spend or churn? The time-series explorer lets you understand what happens in these critical moments for your players.

For example, you carefully built out the first set of experiences in your game, but are surprised by how many players never get through even the first set of challenges. With the Player Time Series Explorer, you can now see which challenges are impeding player progress most, and make targeted improvements to decrease the rate of churn. Learn more.

Customize settings to explore player time series

Select from a list of preset questions

Find out what happens before your players spend for the first time

Select "What happens before first spend" to see what happens just before your players spend for the first time. Time series are aligned by first spend event so you can easily explore what happened just before and after first purchase.

Find out what happens before your players churn

Select "What happens before churn" to see what happens before your players stop playing. In the example below, all the churn events are right aligned to make it easier to compare player time series.

Hovering over events shows you additional details

You can see more details for all event types by holding your cursor over the event's shape. In this example, you can see that "Player 03" spent $4.99 after earning six achievements. Hovering over the achievement shapes will show you which specific achievements were earned.

Events Viewer

Now you can create your own reports based on your custom Play Games' events. You can select multiple events to display and bookmark the report for easy access. Learn more.

Here's an example showing how a developer can compare the rates at which Players are entering contests, winning, and almost winning. This report would identify opportunities to improve the balance of its contest modes. You can then bookmark the settings so you can easily track improvements.

28x28 day retention grid

We added a 28-day-by-28-day retention grid to help you compare retention rates across a larger number of new user cohorts.

Tailor player experiences with the Player Stats API

Stats and reports give you insights into your what your players are doing, but wouldn't it be nice to take action on those insights in your game? That's what the Player Stats API is all about. The Player Stats API lets you tailor player experiences to specific segments of players across the game lifecycle. Player segments are based on player progression, spend, and engagement.

Here are some examples of what you can do with Player Stats API:

  • For highly engaged players that just aren't spending, you can show them special bonuses that are aimed at recruiting others to play instead of spending
  • For your most prolific spenders, you can provide occasional free gifts and upgrades
  • For users that haven't found their stride in your game, you can show them a video that directs them to community features, like clan attacks or alliances, that drive deeper engagement
  • For players that have been away from the game for a while, you can give them a welcome back message that acknowledges impressive accomplishments, and award a badge designed to encourage return play

The Player Stats API is launching in the next few weeks.

C++/iOS SDK and Unity Plug-in updates

iOS support for Play game services just got a lot better. This update includes improved CocoaPods support, which will make it easier to configure Play game services in Xcode. This also means you'll have a much easier time building for iOS using the Unity plug-in as well.

The latest build of the C++/iOS SDKs is now built on the new Google Sign-In framework, which adds support for authentication via multiple Google apps, including Gmail and YouTube. More importantly, if a player does not have any applicable Google apps installed, the Sign-In framework will bring up a webview within the app for authentication. Opening up a webview inside the app, instead of switching to a separate browser instance, makes for a much better user experience, and addresses a top developer request. For more on the new Google Sign-in library on iOS, check out this video. Learn more.

Improved Quests

Quests are a great way of engaging your players with new goals, and with this update we have made managing Quests easier with the introduction of repeating Quests. You can create Quests that run weekly or monthly by checking the repeating quest box. This will make it easier for you to engage your players with regularly occurring challenges. Repeating Quests will be launching in the next few weeks.

If you have previously integrated Quests, you can easily convert them into repeating quests by following two easy steps.

1. Go to Quests section of developer console, and open up an existing Quest. Click the copy Quest button at the top of the page

2. Scroll down to the Schedule section of the Quest form, check the "Repeating quest" box, select between monthly and weekly quests under "Repeats", and leave the "Ends:" field set to "Never". After hitting save, you are done! From then on, the quest will run weekly or monthly until you decide to end it.

Google Play game services (GPGS) docs and SDK downloads


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YouTube Kids Gets Chromecast Support And Custom Passcodes To Block Kids That Know How To Read

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 12:44 PM PDT

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YouTube Kids is like YouTube... but for kids. Okay, it's not the most difficult concept in the world. Neither is the urge to take a video streaming to your tablet and make it bigger. With the latest version of YouTube Kids, your little one now has that option. Chromecast support has arrived.

It's joined by a feature your kid may not be as excited for. Google has included the option to create custom passcodes for accessing parental controls.

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YouTube Kids Gets Chromecast Support And Custom Passcodes To Block Kids That Know How To Read was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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[Update: Now On Google Play] Minecraft Pocket Edition v0.12 Adds Controller Support, Five Player Cross-Platform Multiplayer, And More

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 12:14 PM PDT

  • The Play Store version you've been waiting for has arrived. Our latest free update includes the Nether and all its inhabitants, enhanced weather effects, cross platform play with Windows 10 Beta

Minecraft

Minecraft Pocket Edition updates are often filled with minute changes that you have to be familiar with the game to understand. Version 0.12.1's changelog includes a number of these tweaks. For example, there's "Ocelots!

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Verizon adds XX-Large plan with 18GB of shareable data

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 12:05 PM PDT

With shake-ups happening all over the wireless industry, Verizon recently got on board and revamped its plan set-up to simply be the Verizon Plan, which includes unlimited talk, text and a shareable amount of data for a set price depending on how much data you purchase. Then, you pay a monthly charge per device on the plan, with a $20 charge for smartphones and $10 or $5 charges for things like tablets and smartwatches.

The company's largest data option was 12GB for $80/month, with an extra $15/GB after that. Now, Verizon is adding an even larger option of 18GB of data for $100/month, giving customers an extra 6GB of data for just $20 more per month. It's good to see that Verizon is listening to customer feedback and adding the larger plan option that many have asked for, as $15/GB gets pricey pretty quickly.

Which carrier are you using?


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Amazon is no longer selling the Fire Phone

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 11:57 AM PDT

It was a long time coming, but Amazon has finally burned through the last of its Fire Phone inventory. The company revealed the Fire Phone in summer of 2014 with much talk about its unique features, such as a 3D UI based on how you looked at the phone. Sadly, the Fire Phone didn't deliver on expectations, with too many gimmicks combined with a high price.

After taking a big hit with the lackluster Fire Phone sales, Amazon tried to move through its inventory with loads of sales and price cuts. It tried cutting the price down to $0.99 on contract with AT&T and this summer, it dropped the off-contract price to $159. That final price cut seemed to do the trick, as many picked up the Fire Phone in large part due to the fact that it came with a free year of Amazon Prime, a $99 value.

Amazon has now listed the Fire Phone as currently unavailable with the disclaimer that it doesn't know when it will be back in stock. That seemed final, but an Amazon spokesperson has confirmed that the company has indeed sold out of its stock of the Fire Phone, with the final units being sold at the end of August.

Goodbye, Fire Phone. You were naught but a candle in the wind.


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Samsung expected to offer Galaxy S7 with two different display sizes

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 11:39 AM PDT

Galaxy S7 could be much bigger than the Galaxy S6. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of AndroidSamsung's efforts to reverse its declining smartphone sales could see it launch the Galaxy S7 with two different display sizes, according to a new report. Alongside a 5.2-inch option, which would be ever so slightly larger than the Galaxy S6, Samsung is also expected to launch a massive 5.8-inch option. Asia Today, citing sources familiar with Samsung's

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Latest HERE Android Beta Update Lets You Share Not Just Where You're Going, But The Route You Will Take To Get There

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 11:14 AM PDT

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Since arriving on Android the HERE app has been a solid alternative to Google Maps. Each update brings something new, and as usual, beta users get the goods first. Today's new feature is the ability to share your route with other people.

HEREbeta2

When viewing the detailed overview of your trip, a share button at the bottom will let you shoot this information over to someone else. This way they don't have to guess which way you're going or how long it should take.

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Latest HERE Android Beta Update Lets You Share Not Just Where You're Going, But The Route You Will Take To Get There was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Google+ Updated To v6.3 With New Icon To Match Google's New Logo [APK Download]

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 10:44 AM PDT

ap_resizeWe got new app icons almost immediately after Google announced a new logo last week, but not Google+. It's been languishing with that old icon. Well, it steps into the future today, like it or not. Google+ v6.3 has the new round icon from the web. That's it right above.

So is there anything else going on in the new Google+ app? Maybe. We're still looking, but there's nothing really sticking out for us yet.

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Google+ Updated To v6.3 With New Icon To Match Google's New Logo [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Learn Marshmallow development with 14 hours of training for under $25 [Deal]

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 10:39 AM PDT

e0616777a9f197f841f7b9f5e3bb4906b59e6af8_main_hero_imageConsumers are ready to reap the benefits of Google's latest Android boost, and it's time you give the people what they want. With this highly-rate course, you'll learn to utilize Java to build amazing apps for the latest and greatest operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow. And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you pay just

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Amazon finally puts the Fire phone out of its misery

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 10:02 AM PDT

Good riddance, Fire phone. Photo: AmazonThe Amazon Fire phone is no more. After a series of heavy discounts, Amazon has finally shifted all of its Fire phone inventory (or so it claims), and the retail giant has made the wise decision not to build any additional units. The Fire phone has been a disappointment from day one. Amazon combined uninspiring specifications with its own Fire

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 08:42 AM PDT

Blizzard Gives Battle.net Authenticator A Much Needed Visual Revamp In Version 2.0

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 08:12 AM PDT

Battlenet

Two-factor authentication is a good way to protect your Internet accounts from the bad guys. Rather than relying solely on a password, you require an additional code sent to your phone via a text message or app. Google offers this to secure your email account, and Blizzard does the same. And it's smart—you didn't spend all of your teenage and young adult years playing World of Warcraft just to watch someone screw around with your character.

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Blizzard Gives Battle.net Authenticator A Much Needed Visual Revamp In Version 2.0 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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HTC Android Wear smartwatch back in play

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 07:32 AM PDT

After failing to deliver an Android Wear smartwatch in 2014, a new rumor claims that HTC is working on a new smartwatch. Codenamed Halfbeak (named after a fish, like most other Android Wear devices), the HTC smartwatch is said to feature a 360 x 360 round display, giving it the same resolution as the second generation Moto 360. The size of the display and other internal specifications are still unknown at this point, but the HTC Halfbeak should feature the same Snapdragon 400, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage, which are common in nearly all Android Wear devices.

We don't know when HTC will release its first smartwatch, but it's conceivable that the HTC Halfbeak could show up on store shelves just in time for the holiday shopping season.

Do you thin HTC's design team will deliver an Android Wear device that can compete with the likes of the second generation Moto 360 and Huawei Watch?


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Samsung already paving the way for smartphones with 6GB of RAM

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 07:09 AM PDT

Samsung's new 6GB RAM chip is coming soon to a smartphone near you. Photo: SamsungSamsung has begun mass producing new memory modules for mobile devices with a whopping 6GB of RAM. The new chips are up to twice as fast as the DDR4 DRAM employed by modern desktop PCs, and 20 percent more energy efficient than previous Samsung RAM modules. Smartphone makers this year began introducing flagship devices with 4GB of

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Samsung introduces new DDR4 RAM that can go up to 6GB

Posted: 09 Sep 2015 06:49 AM PDT

Though things have improved in recent times, the mobile phone world is still caught in a massive specs race. As a result, manufacturers are continuously looking for ways to pack more into their devices. Samsung has just introduced a new DDR4 variant of RAM that will allow the company to do just that.

The new RAM is properly known as 12 gigabit LPDDR4 mobile RAM, signifying its speed and designation as RAM for mobile phones. The new RAM currently offers the highest mobile RAM speeds available, as well as energy efficiency and a design that allows it to fit in devices that currently have 3GB RAM. The new 12 Gb DDR4 RAM will come in two package options of 3GB or 6GB of RAM, making Samsung the first to come up with a mobile option for 6GB of RAM.

The new RAM will likely be found in devices beginning next year, though Samsung hasn't yet given specifics on a release date. With the new speed and size options, next-gen flagships will likely have incredibly powerful multi-tasking capabilities, placing them far ahead of the current crop.

We'll keep you posted on when this RAM can be found in devices.


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Play Store v5.9 Begins Preparation For Android 6.0, Adds Support For Fingerprint Readers, An Uninstall Manager, And More [APK Teardown + Download]

Posted: 08 Sep 2015 08:26 PM PDT

Play-Store.v5.9

A late afternoon update to the Play Store just hit the scene. While we've only witnessed a single new dialog box in the live app, there are plenty of things standing out from a teardown. Preparation for Android 6.0 is clearly a big part of this release as signs pop up for support of the new optional permission model and fingerprint readers. There is also an uninstall manager in the works for those times when you've run out of space.

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Play Store v5.9 Begins Preparation For Android 6.0, Adds Support For Fingerprint Readers, An Uninstall Manager, And More [APK Teardown + Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Moto 360 (2nd Gen) Now Available For Pre-Order

Posted: 08 Sep 2015 08:17 PM PDT

Moto 360 Pre-Order

 

If you're itching to get your hands on one of the new Moto 360s then you might want to mosey on over to BestBuy as they currently have the hot new smartwatches up for pre-order.  Prices vary depending on model so here is a breakdown:

The release date is set for November 15 so even with the pre-order you'll still be waiting a little while.  If you do pre-order, however, there is a chance you could get it a little early as pre-ordered devices have been known to ship out early.

[BestBuy]

Moto 360 (2nd Gen) Now Available For Pre-Order is a post from: Android in Canada Blog

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Here’s A Beautiful Side Shot Of The Nexus 5X

Posted: 08 Sep 2015 07:00 PM PDT

Nexus 5X Side

 

We've gotten a good number of looks at the upcoming Nexus 5X already but here's an angle we haven't seen much of yet.  The guys over at Android Pit received this beautiful side shot from a source who allegedly has a Nexus 5X in hand.  While it doesn't seem like much it does fill in a few more gaps.

As you can see, the devices volume and power buttons have been moved to the right hand side.  This is in contrast to the original Nexus 5 which housed the volume rocker on the left hand side of the device.  The devices left and right edge are also allegedly angled slightly to allow the device to fit more comfortably in the hand.  Speaking of those edges, the source stated that the frame is "probably not" going to be made of metal but they wouldn't outright confirm that fact.

The one design choice that this picture highlights that some may not be too happy about is the camera hump.  While I don't overly have a problem with camera humps on some of our devices these days, it is a contentious issue for prospective buyers.

Still no official word from Google as to when we'll see the new Nexus' officially unveiled but hopefully it's coming up soon!

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Here's A Beautiful Side Shot Of The Nexus 5X is a post from: Android in Canada Blog

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Review: Motorola Moto G (2015)

Posted: 08 Sep 2015 07:00 PM PDT

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For some years now, Motorola has proven the more affordable end of the market doesn't need to be flooded with sub-par devices. The original Motorola Moto G (2013) bucked the trend of having specs which typically attracted a much higher price point than it did and while the falling Aussie dollar over the years has prevented the Moto G from being as impressive in price than it is in other markets, it's nevertheless been a compelling range for Motorola Australia in marking its return to the Australian market.

The third generation Moto G (2015) in Australia does away with the standard 8GB model with 1GB RAM for the better equipped 16GB variant — of which 10GB was available out of ...

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