Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

When it comes to smartphone displays, LG likes to be a step ahead of its rivals. It was one of the first to offer a 2K panel in last year’s flagship G3, and it may well be the first to deliver a 3K panel with a mind-blowing 600 pixels-per-inch with the upcoming G4.

Is the Galaxy Tab S about to get a big brother? Photo: Samsung

Is the Galaxy Tab S about to get a big brother? Photo: Samsung

Samsung tablet fans could be in for a treat this year with a super-sized version of the company’s Galaxy Tab S seemingly on the horizon.

An Galaxy Tab S Pro has been spotted in Samsung’s own update notes for the latest release of the Milk Music app, hinting at the impending release of a Super AMOLED slate with a display likely more than 12 inches in size.

Google couldn't make the Nexus 6 fast enough. Photo: Google

Google couldn’t make the Nexus 6 fast enough. Photo: Google

Google has admitted for the first time that supply chain issues with the Nexus 6 meant it simply could not meet such strong demand for the device when it made its debut back in November.

CFO Patrick Pichette said that the handset had been “very well received,” but it’s not that Google’s forecast wasn’t ready for that.

Let your phone log you into Chrome. Photo: Acer

Let your phone log you into Chrome. Photo: Acer

Remembering login passwords is (almost) a thing of the past when you combine your Chomebook with an Android. Thanks to Google’s handy Smart Lock feature, you can now unlock your notebook simply by placing your smartphone nearby.

The official OnePlus ROM. Photo: OnePlus

The official OnePlus ROM. Photo: OnePlus

Based on the seemingly cryptic teaser, we expected the OnePlus “back to basics” announcement to involve something made of metal, but we were wrong. Instead, the company today announced its own OxygenOS ROM for the One, which will almost certainly replace CyanogenMod later on.

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