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Your Galaxy S6 has features you didn't know about. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Your Galaxy S6 has features you didn’t know about. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung has baked a long list of hidden features into its latest version of TouchWiz that aren’t available by default on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge — such as call recording, Wi-Fi calling, the ability to schedule text messages, and support for VoLTE.

But if you’ve already rooted your handset, you can enable them manually.

A photo taken by the LG G4. Photo: LG/Colby Brown

A photo taken by the LG G4. Photo: LG/Colby Brown

Based on the specifications LG has already confirmed and a few unofficial leaks, we know the company’s upcoming G4 is going to be pretty special. If taking great photos is important to you, it could well be your next upgrade.

The photographs below were all taken with the G4’s new “professional grade” camera, which has a 16-megapixel sensor and f/1.8 aperture — and they are jaw-droppingly good.

You can now draw emojis on Android Wear. Photo: Google

You can now draw emojis on Android Wear. Photo: Google

Google is rolling out a massive Android Wear update that hopes to greatly improve the way we use our smartwatches. It finally brings support for Wi-Fi and a new app launcher, and also adds gestures, the ability to draw emojis, and more.

Nokia is to return to the smartphone business. Photo: Nokia

Nokia is to return to the smartphone business. Photo: Nokia

Almost a year since it sold its smartphone business to Microsoft, Nokia is preparing to launch new phones for 2017, according to sources familiar with the Finnish firm’s plans. Details are scarce for now, but it’s likely the devices will be powered by Android.

Invites are dead. For now. Photo: OnePlus

Invites are dead. For now. Photo: OnePlus

OnePlus is killing off the controversial invite system for its debut One smartphone as the device celebrates its first birthday. The device can now be purchased by anyone, at any time.

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