Tag Archive: Nexus


Deal of the Day: LLOYD Flex Case for LG Nexus 4

Made from shock absorbent and scratch resistant TPU, this flexible case provides great protection for the LG Nexus 4 from day to day use and drops. The back of each case features a large portrait of Lloyd surrounded by a glossy, easy to grip exterior.

The LLOYD Flex Case is available for just $ 2.95, 85% off today only. Colors include black, clear, smoke and green.

Save 20% on all other Android accessories during our 4th of  [Read More...]

htc volantis macro shot

We’ve seen HTC Volantis/Flounder/Nexus 9 (whatever you want to call it) leak on several occasions. First we’ve seen the render of the device plus a revealing list of specifications, after which a document leaked containing the codename “Flounder”. New rumors are in, this time courtesy of a trusted leaker, @evleaks (as was the mentioned document).

This time around we get an alleged  [Read More...]

android-l-developer-preview

Android L preview is hot at the moment. Everyone is talking about it and we can’t wait for Google to release it when it’s done, hopefully this Fall. Google released Android “L” preview for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) only, but there seems to be hope for Nexus 4, first-gen Nexus 7 and a Nexus 10.

Thanks to Android Police we managed to find  [Read More...]

While the Android L preview isn’t intended for daily use, there are plenty of us who want to have a peek at the source code. In a few hours, we’ll be able to as it’s populating right now. You can check the list of devices on the Android Git repo page.

HTC Volantis Nexus 9 “Flounder” leaks yet again

nexus 9

Having seen no reference of a new Nexus tablet mentioned at Google I/O, hope was deflated that the various leaks we’d seen about the Nexus 9, or even the Nexus 6 and Nexus 8, were false claims.

However, it seems the codename of what is believed to be the Nexus 9 is still cropping up. Courtesy of @evleaks, a document has been leaked showing off the  [Read More...]

These HD clear screen protectors are custom designed to protect your Google Nexus 7 (2012)’s display while giving you an ultra-clear, high definition look to your device. Durable and scratch resistant, the TruTouch sensitivity gives these custom protectors a more natural feel on your touchscreen.

The LLOYD HD Clear Screen Protectors are available for just $ 4.95, 80% off today only. Includes 3 per package, too!

Find more great deals on all Android accessories at ShopAndroid.com

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First Impression: Android L On My Nexus 5

Android-L-Preview

Yesterday during the Google I/O keynote, Google announced the latest version of Android, simply named L. The actual name for the latest OS version has yet to be announced, but earlier today, Google released the Developer Preview. Needless to say, once I saw it was available, I sat down and installed it on my Nexus 5. As of right now, with the Developer Previews for  [Read More...]

Black HTC One M8, yellow Nexus 5 on the horizon

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OK, call me boring but I like my smartphones to look understated and elegant. So when it comes to choosing what color I want my hardware to be I will always go for the black option. Lately we are seeing many manufacturers turning towards bold or fancy colour schemes for their devices.

@evleaks has uncovered a pic of what could be a black HTC One M8  [Read More...]

Preview of next Android version lands alongside SDKs

As promised during the Google I/O keynote yesterday, Google has released developer preview builds for the next version of Android — currently known only as Android “L” — for developers to test on the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013, Wifi-only). The system images are available now through Android Developers site, linked below, though you’ll need to know your way around a command line to flash them onto  [Read More...]

The Nexus device program isn’t going away

A continuing point of discussion, rumor, idle speculation, is the future of the Nexus device program. Android Silver is potentially on the horizon but according to Dave Burke, head of Android engineering and the Nexus program at Google, who was speaking to ReadWrite, that doesn’t mean that Nexus devices will be killed off.