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5 days ago

Morning brief: Allo, tout le monde, let's talk about the price of a Pixel

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Allo launches around the world, Samsung sets out a timeframe for Note 7 sales in Europe, and Xiaomi has a fancy new camera.

As we count down to the weekend, let's mull over the next major phone launch we're all looking forward to: Google's Pixel handsets. There've been rumblings of a $649 starting price for the smaller of the two HTC-built phones (the 5-inch "Sailfish" model), which seems to suggest both will compete in the premium segment. By all accounts the phone will have the latest internals, Google's latest OS, a unique metal design and, if the HTC 10 is any indicator, a great camera.

So a thought for a sleepy Friday morning: Vlad Savov rightly posits that the Pixels might make life really hard for anyone selling an Android phone around the $700 mark. Among the two most difficult to justify are Lenovo's (criminally late) unlocked Moto Z (unique and modular, but with so-so battery life and camera) and Sony's Xperia XZ (decent, but lacking in pizzaz.) Both great phones, sure, but both running an old version of Android, and both soon to be directly competing with the platform holder with $700 pre-order prices. Google's phones are sure to have their own quirks, but you've got to really want Moto Mod support or a 23-megapixel camera to justify that kind of money.

With the Note 7 facing delays around the world (outside of the official replacement program), could Google's Pixels emerge as the major high-end alternative to the iPhone? It's clear the company is adopting a bigger, bolder marketing strategy than it ever did for Nexus phones. However the whole Pixel thing plays out, it's going to be a really interesting end to the year.

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5 days ago

Half of all recalled U.S. Galaxy Note 7s have been returned to Samsung

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Samsung has hit a big milestone in its U.S. recall of the Galaxy Note 7, but the next group will be tougher.

Now one full week removed from the official CPSC recall of the Note 7 in the U.S., Samsung claimed in a statement sent to Android Central that "about half" of the 1 million recalled phones have been returned. That's a large uptick from the numbers of just a week ago, which had shown that fewer than 20% of Note 7s had been returned despite warnings from Samsung, carriers and retailers.

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5 days ago

Evening brief: Android apps hit Chrome OS and Samsung's Milk Music goes sour

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The day's latest Android news, now with more green battery icons and one fewer music streaming service.

Another day, another evolution of the Galaxy Note 7 recall situation. But this is good news this time around — U.S. Note 7s are getting the new software update that will give recalled Note 7 owners additional warnings about using their phone, and change the battery icon green on new safe Note 7s. Good news all around.

On the other side of things, if you chose to return your Note 7 for a full refund, you can now drop that hefty sum of money on an unlocked Moto Z or Xperia XZ — you'll pay $699 for either one. Or maybe you'll save a bit of money and buy a Chromebook instead — two more models have access to the Play Store in the Chrome OS stable channel

Let's all take a minute to pour one out, as Samsung also finally killed off Milk Music — which let's be honest was probably the best thing to happen at this point. As you collect yourself from that sad news, read on for the rest of the happenings from the day!

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5 days ago

U.S. unlocked Moto Z now up for pre-order for $699, shipping next week

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You now have a choice beyond Verizon if you want the new Moto Z.

The Moto Z was announced to the world back in June. A little over a month later, it (and the Moto Z Force) hit Verizon. Two more months after that, we now have the U.S. unlocked version available for anyone to buy, regardless of their carrier affiliation. The price is $699, roughly equivalent to the price in the UK, which for those following along at home is $75 more than the "Droid Edition" of the phone. And just as a reminder, there's no choice of getting a Moto Z Force unlocked — that huge-battery shatterproof model still remains exclusive to Verizon.

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5 days ago

How to opt out of WhatsApp sharing your information with Facebook

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How do I stop WhatsApp from sharing my information with Facebook? There are two ways!

In 2014, Facebook bought WhatsApp for a whopping $21.8 billion. WhatsApp users everywhere went, "Oh, no. This can't be good." That feeling has finally come to fruition in that WhatsApp will now start sharing your information with Facebookincluding your phone number.

If you don't want Facebook getting ahold of your WhatsApp info, you can opt out in one of two ways.

Here's how!

Note: We're approaching the 30-day limit to opt out of WhatsApp's new privacy policy, so if you haven't done so already, now is a good time to do it.

How to opt out of sharing your WhatsApp information with Facebook in the WhatsApp terms of service

When WhatsApp updates, you'll have to agree to its terms of service all over again, but before you tap agree, you can read more and opt out of sharing your information.

  1. Launch WhatsApp from your home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap the upward arrow in the bottom right corner to read more.
  3. Tap the checkbox to opt out of sharing your information with Facebook.

    Launch WhatsApp, tap the upward arrow to read more, tap the checkbox

If you go looking for the Share my account data option in your settings afterward, it won't be there, since you've already opted out.

How to opt out of sharing your WhatsApp information with Facebook if you've already agreed to the new terms of service

If you've already tapped "Agree", you can still opt out:

  1. Launch WhatsApp from your home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap the more button in the top right corner. It looks like three vertical dots.
  3. Tap Settings.

    Launch WhatsApp, tap the more button, tap Settings

  4. Tap Account.
  5. Tap the checkbox next to Share my account info.

    Tap Account, tap the checkbox next to Share my account info

Now you're opted out and Facebook isn't getting your phone number, and won't share any information with its parent company to influence the ads you see.

Questions?

Let us know in the comments below!

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6 days ago

Which smartphone camera do YOU think is the best?

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We're putting the latest and greatest smartphone cameras to the test — but this time, we want you to tell us which one you like best.

There are a lot of great smartphone cameras out there these days, no matter your preference of operating system. As is our custom, we've put together an extensive photo comparison of each of the major players, but we're doing it a little differently this year.

Instead of us snapping photos, comparing them, and telling you which we prefer, I want you to tell us which photo you like best. Below, we've snapped images with four recently-released smartphones with high-end cameras — but we're not telling you which pictures came from which phone.

The images below have been randomized for every question — and we've stripped their EXIF data, too, so no cheating. We took every picture with the phone's primary camera app and automatic settings, shooting hand-held, just like most users snap photos today.

Which smartphone takes the best photos? We want your help: Pick your favorite for each section by selecting the radio button above each image, then hit the Submit Survey button. (You can also blow up the photos to full resolution by clicking on them directly.)

Next week, we'll compile our results and announce the smartphone champion as picked by our readers — so stay tuned!

If things aren't displaying correctly for you, try accessing the survey directly.

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6 days ago

Best Android Phones 5.2 Inches And Under

If you're looking at this page, it's because the right smartphone for you is the one that fits perfectly in your hand.

Best overall

Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7

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Unless you've been living under a rock this past year, you know that the Galaxy S7 is the biggest hit of the year. The flagship smartphone features a stunning metal-and-glass unibody design that's both water resistant and comfortable to wield. On the inside, it's fueled by top-end internals, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. It also offers solid battery life and an impressive rear-facing camera that you can confidently utilize as your primary shooter. Best of all, the Galaxy S7's screen is a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, so even though it's a smaller screen, you'll still get stunning, TV-like quality from the dullest of YouTube videos.

Perhaps the only drawback of the Galaxy S7 is that it doesn't run the latest version of Android just yet. Nougat has yet to be optimized for Samsung's flagship devices, but it's coming.

Bottom line: If you're looking to adopt one of the best compact smartphones available, get the Galaxy S7.

One More thing: This highly-rated device is available at all four major carriers in the U.S., but if you'd rather live dangerously and contract-free, Samsung offers an unlocked model that also works overseas.

Why the Galaxy S7 is the best

A powerful, compact, water resistant little package.

Samsung has spent generations attempting to perfect its Galaxy flagship. There's still some work to be done, but the Galaxy S7 is considered the best incarnation of Samsung's flagship smartphone yet. Just look at the features: Powerful innards that support the Vulkan API and virtual reality; a water-resistant shell for the accident prone; a fingerprint sensor for added security, an expansion slot for more media storage;, and a high-quality camera that's good enough to leave your DSLR at home. The Galaxy S7 does everything you need a smartphone to do.

Unfortunately, Samsung's version of Android also comes with a few quirks, as well as extra apps you might find redundant alongside Google's own offerings. And the Galaxy S7 often comes bundled with hoards of bloatware, depending on your carrier, and you're not always guaranteed to be running the latest version of Android. But if this is your big purchase for the year, you can be confident in the fact that you made the right decision in terms of hardware and software offerings, especially since the Galaxy S7 offers one of the best smartphone cameras on the market.

Best "Not Samsung" phone

HTC 10

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HTC's had a rough couple of years with its flagship line, but the HTC 10 is a step in the right direction. This aluminum, unibody device is as fashion forward as it is comfortable to hold. Its 5.2-inch Quad HD display is the right size for most hands, and it's equipped with a 12-megapixel rear-facing Ultrapixel 2 camera, as well as a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with OIS, so your selfies will be in focus, too.

The HTC 10 also offers BoomSound Hi-Fi, which the company worked on in conjunction with Dolby, and there's even an amp built in to the headphone jack. The HTC 10's Android interface isn't bad either; HTC's Sense UI is pretty vanilla compared to years past, and you can customize the interface to your liking with themes.

Bottom-line: The HTC 10 is a viable flagship alternative for anyone who is looking for something just as capable as a Samsung device but without the chintzy software.

One more thing: Although the 10 does not have all the bells and whistles as Samsung's devices—like water resistance and wireless charging— HTC does offer Uh Oh Protection, which covers broken screens, water damage, and even switching carriers.

Best affordable phone

Nexus 5X

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If you're looking for a device that's easy to cradle, but you don't want to break the bank, consider one of Google's Nexus devices. The Nexus 5X is a pocketable, 5.2-inch device with a 1080p LCD display, a solid 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 2700mAh battery. It runs on a Snapdragon 808 processor with 2GB of RAM and its rear-facing fingerprint scanner is faster to use than most smartphones that have it embedded on the front. And though the Nexus 5X doesn't sport the most forward-thinking chassis design, it does come in a seriously attractive mint blue color.

Bottom-line: The Nexus 5X is the best choice if you want a smaller Android phone that will receive consistent software updates for at least another year.

One more thing: You can purchase Nexus Protect for an extra $69 to help cover any device malfunctions and accidental damage for two years.

Best under 4.7 inches

Xperia X Compact

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Bet you didn't think we'd offer up a Sony smartphone as a choice, but the Xperia X Compact is worth the consideration—especially if you're looking for something that's under five inches. Inside, the Xperia X Compact runs on mid-range Snapdragon 650, 3GB of RAM, and a 2,700mAh battery. It's equipped with a 720p IPS display, though that's all you really need from a 4.6-inch screen. It also supports Quick Charge 3.0, so that you can quickly charge it up during your layover, and it offers a solid 23-megapixel rear-facing camera with laser autofocus.

Bottom-line: The Xperia X Compact is great for anyone who's been grumbling that smartphones are just too big in this day and age.

One more thing: The Xperia X Compact will officially launch in the U.S. on September 25.

Conclusion

Folks, if you're looking for a compact smartphone that's got as much power and capability as the laptop on your desk, the Galaxy S7 is the way to go. It has all of the latest features you want wrapped up in a water resistant shell that's somewhat impervious to life's little accidents. And it's a mere 5.1 inches, which makes it comfortable enough for a variety of hand sizes. But if you're not entirely keen on going the Samsung route because of its not-stock Android software, we've also offered up a few other choices for your consideration. We won't let you traverse this journey alone.

Best overall

Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7

See at AT&T See at Sprint See at T-Mobile See at Verizon See at Amazon

Unless you've been living under a rock this past year, you know that the Galaxy S7 is the biggest hit of the year. The flagship smartphone features a stunning metal-and-glass unibody design that's both water resistant and comfortable to wield. On the inside, it's fueled by top-end internals, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. It also offers solid battery life and an impressive rear-facing camera that you can confidently utilize as your primary shooter. Best of all, the Galaxy S7's screen is a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, so even though it's a smaller screen, you'll still get stunning, TV-like quality from the dullest of YouTube videos.

Perhaps the only drawback of the Galaxy S7 is that it doesn't run the latest version of Android just yet. Nougat has yet to be optimized for Samsung's flagship devices, but it's coming.

Bottom line: If you're looking to adopt one of the best compact smartphones available, get the Galaxy S7.

One More thing: This highly-rated device is available at all four major carriers in the U.S., but if you'd rather live dangerously and contract-free, Samsung offers an unlocked model that also works overseas.

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6 days ago

What to look for when buying a pair of Bluetooth headphones

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Buying accessories like Bluetooth headphones can be frustrating, but we can help.

There are so many different Bluetooth headphone models from different companies — and of course, they all claim they are the best — and so many different opinions that it's easy to feel lost and end up buying something that doesn't work for you. And they aren't exactly cheap, which can make it a costly mistake.

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6 days ago

Sony's new Xperia XZ hitting the U.S. for $699 on Oct 2

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This is unfortunately the price you're still expected to pay for a Sony phone.

Sony's latest flagship, the Xperia XZ, has made its way out in some regions around the world and is now ready to hit the U.S. as well. Starting on October 2, you'll be able to pick up an unlocked Xperia XZ for a hefty $699 from both Amazon and Best Buy, among other partnering retailers.

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6 days ago

The Uncertain brings post-apocalyptic adventure to NVIDIA Shield Android TV

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"Unlike humans, we robots think logically and act rationally. Therefore, we will never destroy ourselves."

The Uncertain is a sci-fi adventure-puzzle game set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity has wiped itself out and only robots remain. Developed by Russian indie game developer Comon Games, The Uncertain Episode One: The Last Quiet Day boasts pretty amazing graphics and set pieces as players explore and discover the story as they play. It officially releases today for the NVIDIA Shield Android TV, and is available from the Google Play Store for $14.99.

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6 days ago

The LG V20 is coming soon, and we have an IOU for one Android Central reader!

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The LG V20 ditches its tough-feeling exterior for something a bit more svelte, and adopts most of the software experience developed for the G5. At the same time, it carries on from the V10 by keeping its larger display and removable battery, while also doubling down on robust camera capabilities, top-end audio and extra features. It is, of course, the first phone shipping with Android 7.0 Nougat as well. You can check out our preview of the LG V20, and then come back here to enter to win one before you can even buy it.

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6 days ago

Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors For Honor 8

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Protect the glass on your Honor 8 with these tempered glass screen protectors.

The Honor 8 features a crisp 1080p 5.2-inch display that you'll want to protect from scratches and drop damage. Tempered glass screen protectors are hands-down the best way to protect the glass on your phone.

The issue here, along with screen protectors for many other phones, is with the slight curve along the edge of the Honor 8's screen. You'll never quite get full screen coverage with a Tempered glass screen protector on a curved screen. Even still, investing in a $15 screen protector on day one could save you from having to shell out to replace a cracked screen sometime down the line. Silver lining to the lack of edge-to-edge protection, they should pair well with all sorts of cases for your Honor 8.

With that disclaimer out of the way, here are some of the best options for protecting your Honor 8 screen — and even a bonus protector for protecting the glass on the back!

Nillkin H+Pro Anti-Explosion Tempered Glass Screen Protector

This screen protector from Nillkin comes with everything you'll need to clean your screen and get a perfect application the first time. It advertises itself as "anti-explosion" (insert Note 7 joke here), which means that even if (or when) the screen protector shatters, the shards won't go everywhere thanks to a thin film along the surface. A good feature to have considering the precision cutouts near the top the front-facing camera and ear speaker.

With 9H hardness and 2.5D edging to provide maximum scratch protection and comfort, and an oleophobic coating to help prevent fingerprints and other dirt, this screen protector will keep your Honor 8 looking good.

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J&D Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Honor 8

Two screen protectors are better than one, because it's always good to have a backup in case your primary takes the brunt of a fall.

It's hard to find significant differences between screen protectors, but J&D's tempered screen protectors feature a cutout along the top that goes under the camera and ear speaker. That's either a positive or negative feature depending on your perspective — either you don't like that there's less screen coverage, or you appreciate that there isn't a tiny bridge of tempered glass around the ear speaker that will likely be the first part to break. Both protectors included here come with hydrophobic and oleophobic screen coating and the standard 9H surface hardness you'd expect from a tempered glass option. When you consider the cost and the fact you get two screen protectors for under $10, this is a great deal.

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Ultimate Shield Black Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Ultimate Shield's tempered glass offering for the Honor 8 features a colored border at the top and bottom especially match whichever color of the phone you own. We've linked to the black option below, but it also comes in blue and white as well. The kit includes a microfiber cloth, wet cloth, and dust stickers to ensure you get a perfect installation. Cutouts around the camera and ear speaker along with a window around the Honor logo at the bottom should help with lining things up during installation.

Based out of the UK, Ultimate Shield boasts free shipping worldwide on all orders.

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SANMIN Tempered Glass Back Protector

Given that the Honor 8 features glass on the front and back, you're playing with fire if you don't put a case on it. However, many people simply prefer the 'naked' look for their phone.

With the SANMIN Tempered Glass Back Protector, you can add some extra protection to the back glass of your Honor 8 without having to compromise the sleek look and feel of your phone's design. At just .33 mm thick, this is an ultra-thin sheet of glass that features cutouts around the fingerprint sensor and the cameras and flash. Just like the tempered glass protectors for the screen, this won't exactly reach to the very edge of the curved back panel of glass, but it will prevent fingerprints and dirty smudges with it's oleophobic coating. Paired with a screen protector on the other side, your Honor 8 will be secretly protected from cracks and scratches.

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Protecting curved screens

As we mentioned, tempered glass screen protectors can't go edge-to-edge on phones with curved glass screens. Given the choice, which do you prioritize more: sleek style, or rugged durability?

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6 days ago

This is the safe Galaxy Note 7's new green battery icon

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This is what your new Note 7 will look like after the update.

Here it is, folks. As promised, after receiving a new Galaxy Note 7 yesterday — with a battery from a different supplier — Samsung is rolling out an update to all Note 7s, pre- and post-recall, separating the haves from the have-nots.

Specifically, my Note 7, the one with the new, safer battery, has a green battery indicator in place of the traditional white, which Google has forced on all manufacturers since Android 4.4 KitKat. Ironically, before then, all Samsung phones shipped with green battery icons.

Samsung received special dispensation for the change from Google itself due to extraordinary circumstances.

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6 days ago

Magnetique on Gear VR: Immerse yourself in a comic book

Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be inside a comic book?

VR allows us to experience the world in a completely new fashion. Unlike the past where places you'd never traveled were available only in photographs, or movies, now you can feel like you're actually there from within VR experiences. So it makes sense that comic books aren't exempt from that. Magnetique brings you inside the comic so that you can look around and feel like you are actually inside the story instead of reading it off of a page, and we've got all the details.

Read more on VR Heads

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6 days ago

Save $100 on a Nextbit Robin for a limited time!

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Get yourself a minty cloudphone on the cheap.

For a limited time, you can pick up the Nextbit Robin for just $199, a savings of $100 from its regular price. The unlocked phone has a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of local storage that is merged with 100GB of cloud storage. Why cloud storage? Well, the phone can intelligently decide which files and apps you aren't using frequently and move them to the cloud in order to save you local space for the stuff you are using and brings them right back when you need them.

Whether you are looking for a new phone for yourself or a family member or a backup to have around, you won't want to miss this deal. You can pick between the midnight and mint colors. We've seen the price jump around the past few months, and this sale brings its back to its lowest price yet.

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Nextbit Robin

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