Plenty of us have had our Nexus 6 for about a year and a half. People are still buying it, but October 2014 seems like it was a long time ago. So, how is the battery holding up?
One of the things we (you, me and everyone on the internet) hear a lot is that a phone with a non-replaceable battery won't last very long. Slowly but surely your battery capacity will diminish and finally stop charging. Charging cycles, electrical ions and all sorts of other things are provided as evidence that unless you can swap your phone's battery, you'll regret it soon. There's certainly some truth in these conversations, but are things blown out of proportion? It's impossible to sort fact from fiction on the Internet.
We can't validate opinions on either side, but we can ask the people who have been using a big phone with a big battery for a long time how things are going. So tell us!
Google accidentally leaked the Android 11 beta to some Pixel owners
Instead of getting the June 2020 security patch, some Pixel owners were treated to a leaked build of the Android 11 beta. Here's what it looks like.
Shadow of Death 2 is what a mobile 2D hack-and-slash should be
For this week, we're taking a look at the Early Access sequel to the popular Shadow of Death. This 2D hack-and-slash is tons of fun, easy to pick up and play, and just generally a great time killer.
Everything you need to know about the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro
The newest OnePlus phones are here. Whether you want to read our full review, get familiar with all the specs, or anything else in between, here's everything you need to know about the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro!
Connect your phone to Android auto with the best USB-C cables
Android Auto is an absolutely necessity when you’re driving, regardless of whether its up to the store or for a long vacation. These cables will ensure that your phone stays protected, and charged, no matter what.