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CyanogenMod. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

CyanogenMod. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

CyanogenMod, one of the biggest and best custom ROMs, now officially supports Samsung Galaxy Note 4 handsets connected to Sprint and T-Mobile. The latest builds will let you ditch TouchWiz for a purer, Lollipop-based Android experience.

The backside of the two-faced phone. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

The backside of the two-faced phone. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

At CES 2015 in Las Vegas this week, we got to take a look at the new YotaPhone 2, a unique smartphone from Russia that has a regular AMOLED display on its front, plus a secondary e-ink display on its back. The device is already on sale in the U.K., and YotaPhone has since confirmed that it is also coming to “one of the big four” carriers in the U.S.

Get your Nexus 6 on Sprint this weekend for free apps, games, movies, music, and more. Image: Google

Get your Nexus 6 on Sprint this weekend for free apps, games, movies, music, and more. Image: Google

While it’s still too early to find any decent reductions on the Nexus 6 for Black Friday — it has only been on sale for a few weeks — you could get $50 in Google Play Store credit if you buy the device from Sprint. The promotion will run over the Thanksgiving weekend, starting Friday, November 28, according to a leaked Sprint document.

Nexus 6 is already cheaper on Sprint. Photo: Google

Nexus 6 is already cheaper on Sprint. Photo: Google

Sprint has slashed Nexus 6 prices by $50 less than a week after it began offering the handset online and in retail stores. But don’t worry if you’ve already bought yours, because you’re going to get a refund for the difference.

The Nexus 6 won't be any easier to get hold of for a while. Image: Google

The Nexus 6 won’t be any easier to get hold of for a while. Image: Google

The Nexus 6 has been available to order through Google Play for over two weeks now, but getting hold of one has been incredibly difficult. Google appears to have very little inventory, and when new stock comes in, it sells out within minutes. It should come as no surprise, then, that retail supplies are going to be seriously constrained, too.

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