The LG Viper 4G LTE has a small update coming according to Sprint. Relax, it's not Jelly Bean. It's actually even better, as the update addresses LTE network acquisition improvements. This means that your Viper 4G should find and connect to LTE towers better, improving the data connection (and as a secondary, the battery life).
While an update that isn't full of bells and whistles, or a full on OS version update, isn't very exciting, they are pretty important. Keeping the phone working the way it was advertised is the best thing any of the manufacturers can do for us. If we want more, we can handle that ourselves.
The Reno 5 Pro 5G is here, and it delivers a great overall package in the mid-range segment. With a sleek 7.6mm chassis along with a gorgeous 90Hz AMOLED screen, powerful hardware in the form of Dimensity 1000+, 65W fast charging, and Android 11 out of the box, the Reno 5 Pro 5G ticks all the right boxes.
Samsung's latest flagship launched this week, and while there is an awful lot to love in the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra, no product is perfect. Here's where the S21 strikes gold and where it just struck dirt.
The LG Stylo 6 is an all-around solid device from LG, without trying to do too much. There's an almost bezel-less display to go along with three rear cameras found above the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Once you have a Stylo 6 in your hands, it's time to grab a case to protect your investment.