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The Developer edition of Galaxy Note 4 will come with an unlockable bootloader. Photo: Samsung

The Developer edition of Galaxy Note 4 will come with an unlockable bootloader. Photo: Samsung

Just like every other device that hits the Verizon networks, the Galaxy Note 4 also comes with a locked down bootloader, which makes gaining root access and flashing custom ROMs on it a challenging task. 

Android L on the Nexus 5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Android L on the Nexus 5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Can’t wait to get your hands on Android 5.0 Lollipop? You’re not the only one. But if you’re a Nexus 4 owner, you don’t have to wait. An unofficial Lollipop ROM is already available for the device, and almost everything works as it should.

Brits will have to wait for the Nexus 6. Image: Google

Brits will have to wait for the Nexus 6. Image: Google

If you’re an Android fan living in the U.K. like me, you’re probably itching to know when you’ll be able to buy Google’s new Nexus 6. But according to a reliable source who is familiar with the search giant’s plans, we’ll see nothing before December.

The Nexus 6 makes the 5-inch Nexus 5 look tiny. Image: PhoneArena

The Nexus 6 makes the 5-inch Nexus 5 look tiny. Image: PhoneArena

Some have suggested that Google has ruined the Nexus smartphone by equipping its latest model with a giant 5.9-inch display, and based on these size comparison images, it’s not difficult to understand that argument.

The Nexus 9's official Keyboard Folio. Photo: Google

The Nexus 9’s official Keyboard Folio. Photo: Google

The Nexus 9’s interesting new Keyboard Folio may be “coming soon,” according to Google Play, but you can already pre-order yours through Amazon. The retail giant says that delivery will take place on launch day — November 3 — and it’s offering Google’s official Nexus 9 Magic Cover as well.

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