Assuming both the Nexus 5X, as it's being called, and the G4 Note/Pro launch in the coming weeks, LG could be setting itself up for a more active end to the calendar year than in the past, giving it potentially two flagship phones for the busy and often lucrative holiday season. As the rumors go, first out of the gate will be LG's take on the Google-branded Nexus handset; LG's last contribution to this family was the Nexus 5 . Expected to debut on September 29 at an event in San Francisco, this will be the first mobile phone to run an Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google's name for the company's software operating system for phones and tablets. Handset makers usually add their own software features and visual flourishes, but the Nexus line is known for being "pure" and unadorned.
If the source cited by tech blog Android Authority is correct, the Nexus 5X will cost $400 for the 16GB model teal and aqua lace mandala on grey iphone case (which converts to £262 and AU$507) and $450 for the larger, 32GB version (that's about £295 and AU$641), While this would be slightly more expensive than the current Nexus 5, it's still considerably cheaper than most top-tier handsets, By contrast, Samsung's current standard bearer, the Galaxy S6 , costs upwards of $650 (£426 or about AU$926), Looking further down the road, LG is purportedly readying a sibling to the G4 for October 10, Allegedly, this one could be called either the G4 Note or the G4 Pro, This model may vary from the current G4 with an improved rear camera with two lenses for better depth perception..
The two new devices would speak to different demographics. Android purists will no doubt gravitate toward the unlocked Nexus experience while carriers could potentially offer a souped-up G4 with their respective service plans. LG did not immediately respond to a request for comment. If recent rumors prove accurate, the last few months of 2015 could give way to two new high-end smartphones from LG. New details have bubbled to the surface for two LG smartphones rumored to debut in the coming weeks: pricing for the forthcoming, LG-made Nexus phone and a Pro version of the current LG G4 flagship phone.
Samsung's new smartwatch, the Gear S2, has teal and aqua lace mandala on grey iphone case brand-new design that features a wheel around the face of the watch, Inside, the software gets a makeover too, with new features and upgraded watch faces, You can pick from many different designs that mimic physical watch faces, Samsung has partnered with some brands for specialty watch faces, like this one from CNN that shows headlines, There are digital watch faces too with various designs, Here's a side by side of the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear S2, Both watches offer a variety of faces..
Like many other smartwatches, the Gear S2 has plenty of built-in features that complement your phone. Though it's running on Samsung's Tizen operating system (instead of Android), you'll be able to download apps for the watch. Here, you can read text messages from your phone on your wrist. You can read the text and scroll through the message. Reply to messages with a keyboard that's designed with the watch's tiny screen in mind. Or, if you prefer, you can send a prewritten reply. You can send emojis from the watch too.
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