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LG Buttonless Fingerprint Sensor

LG Fingerprint

LG is a really innovative company, always coming up with new ideas to try and change the world of mobile phone users. First, they surprised everyone with a curved phone. Then, they released a phone that could swap out different modules. Now, they’ve developed a buttonless fingerprint sensor. While buttonless sensors likely won’t change how phones are used, it just might change the exterior design of cellphones and guide it toward a more minimalistic style.

These days, as most of you know, a flagship phone just isn’t complete without a fingerprint sensor. For example, big names such as Apple, Samsung, and now even HTC have incorporated it as an additional security feature for the phone as well as a mobile payment authorization method. However, having a physical hard key as a home button that doubles as the sensor can sometimes get in the way of the phone’s lines as well as be a bit cumbersome. As reported by LG Innotek, just by touching the device on its glass screen, LG’s fingerprint sensor module, placed 0.3mm underneath the glass, would be able to identify and respond to the fingerprint.

With the module hidden beneath glass, manufacturers have significantly more freedom with the design of phones. This means you can expect sleeker and more minimalistic, as well as possibly more user-friendly devices to be released within the next year. We could also see the release of more devices that are water/dust resistant, because the lack of an extra button could mean easier waterproofing.

A lot of people were quite disappointed at the decline of HTC’s BoomSound speakers, especially since the new HTC 10’s speakers were relocated to the bottom of the phone from the front. Samsung, who boast the now-nearly iconic design with the rounded rectangular home button, may change their design to incorporate a capacitive button to match the apps and return soft keys. Apple is also extremely keen on the sleek, minimal design, so they may also get rid of the iconic home button that’s been present since the very first iPhone.

– Caroline

Xperia Z5 Series

Sony Xperia Z5 Series

Sony has unveiled three flagship phones all at once: the Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact, and–of course–the Z5 Premium. All three phones will feature Android 5.1 Lollipop with Sony’s own version overlaying stock Android. Now, while many people prefer pure Android over any variation, Sony’s skin is not too shabby.

All of the new Xperia Z5 phones follow the traditional design of a rectangular shape with rounded corners and large protruded camera lens on the top corner. Of course, the three new phones of the Z5 series follow the order from smallest to largest, and are all water and dust resistant. The Z5 Compact has a 4.6” 720p display, perfect for consumers who miss the small phone world amidst the sea of huge phablets. The Z5 places itself in the category of average sized phones with its 5.2” IPS 1080p, display while the Z5 Premium is a phablet with a 5.5” display that has an extremely high pixel resolution at 3840×2160 with 808ppi pixel density.

The water resistance of the phones no longer require clumsy flaps, which is a huge improvement over the Z3s. The style and design also seem received a minor upgrade, with subtle differences such as different corners and power buttons.

Xperia Z5

All three phones share the same 1/2.3in 23MP rear snapper capable of 4K video recording. It alleges the ability to focus in just 0.03 seconds, 5x Clear Image Zoom, and 8x Digital Zoom with a 24mm wide angle G Lens. The front cameras are lenses with 5MP with a 25mm wide-angle–so everyone can be in your selfie. Front cameras really have improved over the years, as you can now record in full HD video, too. It even has video stabilisation!

While the smaller versions of flagship phones often mean sacrificing power and other specifications, these three phones share more than enough features for all three of them to be called flagship devices on their own. They all share the same powerful Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor, 32GB of internal storage, and expandable external memory through microSD cards. The Z5 Compact features 2GB of RAM while the Z5 and the Z5 Premium both have 3GB of RAM. The extra GB of RAM may not make much noticeable difference when the phones are in use, because the extra screen estate of the Z5 and Z5 Premium utilises the RAM much more efficiently for multi-tasking.

The phones also vary in battery size, but this is likely to account for the difference in phone and display sizes. The Z5 Compact’s battery has 2700mAh capacity, while the standard Z5 has 2900mAh, and the Z5 Premium phablet has its appropriately sized 3430mAh capacity.

Xperia Z5

All three phones are single SIM phones. Other than minor internal and external hardware upgrades, Sony has simply improved upon already fantastic phones. The best part about the Z series is that they provide viable flagship options for people who want phones of all sizes. Especially for anyone who is looking for a nice compact phone that fits in one hand, there really isn’t any other real competition to the Z5 Compact.

Prices and specific date availability have not yet been announced, but it’s rumored to be released sometime this Fall. Tell us your thoughts about Sony’s Z series in the comments below!

– Caroline

Android Accessibility: How to Use Android if You’re Disabled

Android Acessability

Unlock the World With Android Accessibility

The world seems to be getting bigger every day, and for most of us, we carry it in the palm of our hand. But smaller devices can create problems with access for people with disabilities. Android accessibility tools can unlock the great big world, with just a few small adjustments and add-ons.

Hearing Impairment

For those who see the world in vibrant color, but have trouble hearing using the Captions function in the Android Accessibility area is the answer. You can set the font type, size, and color, to make it easy to read.

Overcoming Sight Issues

Android has a wealth of features to assist those with limited or no sight. The small text and strange contrasts onscreen can create problems, especially for the elderly as they use devices to connect with family, friends, and the world around them. Large Text, High-Contrast, Color Inversion and Magnification gestures all work to bring the digital world into sharper focus.

The first two are pretty self-explanatory, but Magnification gestures are a real boon. Users can triple-tap the screen to automatically zoom in, hold and drag to move the screen around and use pinching motions to shrink things back down when they’re ready. Color inversion will switch the text and background colors which often makes it easier on the eyes when you’re reading a large quantity of text.

For users who are fully blind, there are features like TalkBack, Braille Support, and Text-to-speech output. Combining these features allows those without sight to get much the same experience as their sighted counterparts when exploring news articles, reading emails or chatting in a text. TalkBack is the screen reader built into the Android platform that will read out whatever text is on a website. Most developers these days even include text tags for images and other visual media that text readers will pick up and include to enhance the experience.

Text-to-speech is also an included feature that can be switched on under the Android Accessibility options. You can set the speed of reading, the different engines that will drive speech synthesis and even the voice you’ll hear from your phone. Google and device manufacturers all have their own engine for this, but you can also get different ones with different features from the Google Play Store.

Braille support is an add-on feature that lets you use your smart device in conjunction with a refreshable braille display. The program coordinates your braille output with your device’s TalkBack feature, allowing you greater flexibility in how you communicate with your device and with the world.

Android Accessibility even has an option for those who struggle with color blindness that makes it hard to distinguish certain color schemes online. The color correction feature has three options, two that deal with red-green color correction and one for blue-yellow color correction. This feature is still pretty new though, so if you have trouble with it, send in your feedback and be patient. The kinks will get worked out as the program gets used more.


One of the most challenging areas for accessibility with smart devices is for those with motor skill challenges. As devices get smaller, using them becomes harder for users that have limited mobility in their hands. In addition to the Magnification gestures that also help in this area, Android Accessibility has several functions that increase access for those seeking an easier connection.

The simple onboard features are: power button ends calls, auto-rotate the screen, the Accessibility shortcut on the main screen and the ability to set the Touch-and-hold delay to respond to the natural speed you use to tap. In combination, the settings for these various features will allow many users to interact quickly and effectively with their smart device.

But, for some users, a simpler interface is required. The switch access feature allows you to connect your device to one or more switches that control the behavior of the device, bypassing the sensitive and small touch-screen, and eliminating the frustration of hitting the wrong items.

The Industry

As technology and connectivity grows, more and more website developers are turning to programming and content that is more accessible to everyone. The latest teaching in the industry of online development and marketing includes careful consideration of providing accessibility for those with physical impairments. This mindset is incorporated from the very beginning of the planning phases for online environments and carries all the way through to the end.

Web developers and companies all want to provide ways for every person to get fully engaged with the world around them, and new technology is providing wonderful opportunities to make that desire a reality. Android and Google are on the leading edge of those efforts.

The world is getting bigger and smaller every day. Don’t settle for staying disconnected due to impairment. Unlock the world with the Android Accessibility options that work best for you.

Unlock the LG G5

LG has finally released the long anticipated G5. It is available in silver, titan, or gold. It has 32GB of internal memory and can be externally expanded up to 200GB via microSD card. The LG G5 has a 5.3″ IPS LCD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and ‘Always-On’ display. It also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 8MP front-facing camera. The device uses a quad-core processor, 4GB RAM, and Adreno 530 – making it one of the top Android devices on the market right now. The G5 also supports Quick Charge 2.0. Once unlocked, the device can be used with compatible network providers.

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Unlock the Unlock Metro PCS Kyocera Hydro Life

Kyocera released the Hydro Life for Metro PCS in August 2014. It was released running Jelly Bean OS and cannot be upgraded. It has 8GB of internal memory and can be externally expanded up to 32GB. The Hydro Life has a 4.5″ IPS LCD touch screen, 5MP camera, 720p video recorder, and a 2MP front-facing camera. This device also uses a quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, and an Adreno 302. The phone itself is IP57 certified; water-resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes, and salt, dust, rain, and thermal shock resistant. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible GSM service providers only.

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The Galaxy S7 was released by Samsung earlier this year in March. It is available in black, white, gold, or silver. It is also available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, which can be externally expanded up to 200GB. The Galaxy S7 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and ‘Always-On’ display. It also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera with a 2160p video recorder. This device supports Samsung Pay (for MasterCard and Visa), Quick Charge 2.0, and wireless charging. The phone itself is IP68 certified; water-resistant up to 1.5 meters and 30 minutes.

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Samsung released the Galaxy S7 Edge in March of this year. It is available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, and in black, white, gold, or silver. The device supports external storage, up to 200GB via microSD card. It has a 5.5″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and ‘Always-On’ display. The S7 Edge also has a 12MP camera, 1260p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera with a 2160p video recorder. It uses an octa-core processor and 4GB RAM for optimal efficiency. This model supports Samsung Pay, Quick Charge 2.0, and wireless charging. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible networks worldwide.

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HTC 10

HTC 10

It’s official: HTC has dropped the ‘M’ moniker from their flagship phones. The newest edition to HTC’s lineup is called the HTC 10–nice and simple, like the phone itself. After the M9 was unable to rouse as much enthusiasm as HTC had hoped, they decided to take a few chances and make some changes.

To begin with, they didn’t actually change too much in terms of the phone’s exterior design, so its shape and style still remind us of the M9. The phone is still encased in a metal unibody, but it now has chamfered brushed metal edges that should make it a much better fit in your hands. The front of the phone shows significant rounding at the corners, which looks a little dated because it looks a bit like the original iPhone.

The display has been boosted in terms of quality and size. It now features a 5.2” display with 2K resolution at 2560×1440. If numbers are anything to go by, the screen should look absolutely fantastic. Past HTC One devices have had on-screen capacitive navigation buttons, but HTC has brought the softkeys down below the display, similar to Samsung’s Galaxy phones. In the middle of two softkey buttons is the home of the long awaited fingerprint sensor. Videos of the fingerprint sensor in action show that it seems to work a lot like the Samsung and iPhone versions, with a live animation showing how much of a fingerprint has been detected or saved. HTC fans who have been lamenting for several generations of the HTC phone about the lack of fingerprint sensors will be rejoicing, especially because the technology imbued will allow users to place their fingers onto the sensor rather than swipe it, such as the primitive technology of the Galaxy S5’s sensor demanded.

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Unfortunately, specifically because of the fingerprint sensor and the softkeys, HTC’s famous Boom speakers will be relocated to the top and bottom of the phone, rather than sitting on the front of the phone, facing you. Those who pined for the fingerprint sensor will see it as a necessary casualty. For customers like me, though, who absolutely love the quality of the front-facing Boom speakers, fingerprint security is just not worth it. I suppose we’ll have to see how well the fingerprint sensor actually works before we can make our final judgement. If it proves to work flawlessly, we might just change our minds.

Fortunately though, we’re also given a microSD card slot. When even Samsung has had the sense to put one back into their flagship phones, it’s no surprise that HTC chose to keep it around. Besides, with the gorgeous display, users will likely want to load it up with lots of videos and photos. Speaking of photos, the camera MP has dropped from 20MP in the M9 to just 12MP. However, we’re hearing that despite the decrease in MP, the quality overall has increased significantly. We don’t have a device for a hands-on review of the camera right now, but we’re certainly excited to try.

If you have a lot of the regular micro USB cables, you’ll either have to leave them behind or get an adapter, because in an effort to “future-proof” the 10, HTC has given it a USB Type-C. An adapter might not be the most convenient if you charge your phone regularly, but because it has a battery capacity of 3000mAh, you might not have to. Still, it would be convenient to carry one around in your purse or wallet for those just-in-case times.

The HTC 10 should also feature Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM for plenty of processing power to fully utilize the extra screen estate. It’ll come with a variation of 32GB or 64GB of internal storage (which is fine, because we can always add more with the microSD card slot).

Is the HTC 10 missing something you really wanted to see? Are you as disappointed in the change in speaker location as we are? Let us know in the comments below!

– Caroline

Galaxy Note 6 Rumors

Note 6

Based on previous release dates, the world should be getting ready to embrace the next Galaxy Note phone soon. When Samsung first released the Galaxy Note, the world thought the company had gone off its rockers. Who would want a phone that big? How would you even talk on it? Would you need both hands to hold it? Surprisingly, though, despite all the criticisms that the Note received, it proved very successful with mobile-phone users and have even grown to become one of the most anticipated phones each year.

While some may say the Galaxy Note 4 was the most successful in the Note line, others argue that the Note 5 takes the cake. This leaves a lot for fans to hope for in the Note 6. There were some great features in the Note 4 and some even better ones in the Note 5, but if Samsung were to combine those into the Note 6, it might just become the best phone of 2016. Because we’re still so many months away from its release, here are some of the more reliable and realistic rumours that we’ve gathered together for you.

Samsung didn’t change the size of the Note 5 as the successor to the Note 4, so it makes us wonder whether they think that 5.7” is the perfect size for the massive phone. With Samsung’s latest trend of releasing two phones at once, however, it’s possible that Samsung will release a 5.7” version of the Note along with one that has a 6” display. It should also have 4K display.

Having finally been able to incorporate water and dust-resistance into a phone made of metal and glass (Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge), it looks like the Note 6 should also be IP68-certified. If it’s going to follow the S7’s footsteps, we’re hoping that Samsung will also give the Note 6 a microSD slot to expand memory. When the Note 4 came out, it had the biggest battery capacity, rated at 3,200mAh. We’re hearing that it could come with 4,000mAh of battery capacity to keep up with the new screen and display. It could also sport anywhere between 6GB to 8GB of RAM, which would make sense given that we’ve heard it is going to come with a dock to turn the phablet into a hybridized laptop.

If you hear anything else or want to see something specific in the phone, let us know in the comments below!

When will it be coming out?
Given previous releases, our best guess is between August and October

What’s new?
So far, rumours suggest a bigger battery, expandable memory, update processor, 6GB or 8GB of RAM, water and dust resistance

Biggest change?
The possibility of a docking station that would enable customers to use the phone as a hybridized laptop

– Caroline

The Definitive Guide to Android Marshmallow

The release of Android Marshmallow 6.0 brings with it several new features, adjustments to existing features, and other exciting changes. What follows is a detailed overview of the new features and changes you will receive with this update and a list of when various cell phone manufacturers will be releasing it.

New Software Features


The new Doze feature is designed to improve your phone’s battery life. When your phone has been still for a certain period of time it will automatically go to sleep to preserve its battery. However, even while dozing alarms and notifications still work.

App Standby

App standby is an additional battery-life saving feature. When apps haven’t been used for a while they are put to sleep meaning they don’t draw on processing power, memory, or network data. There is also a whitelist so you can keep programs you need to remain active from going to sleep.


Native tap functionality is an enhancement to Google Now. With Tap you can pull up information anywhere on your phone no matter what you’re doing without having to close an open application. For example, if a friend mentions a restaurant via text messaging you can pull up Yelp and read reviews without leaving your text messaging application. To access it all you have to do is hold down the home button at the bottom of the screen.

Fingerprint Recognition

New bio-metrics have been added to Android with this update. This means your fingerprint can be used instead of a password to unlock your phone and sign into various apps such as the Play Store and Android Pay. Some phones already support this function natively such as the Galaxy Note 5.

New Hardware Features

USB Type C

Marshmallow also supports the new USB C standard which allows for faster charging, faster data transfer, and the ability to have your phone charge other devices. Because this is hardware related the phone itself it has to have proper USB C ports to use the new cables and adapters.

MicroSD Safety

Aside from microSD cards now being fully compatible you now have the option to format them for use with one specific device. This means that when formatted to your phone a microSD card is unreadable in any other device which increases data security.

Changes To Existing Features

Android Pay

As noted above the Android OS has received the ability to read your fingerprints with the Marshmallow update. This means to use Android Pay all you have to do is unlock your phone with a tap and scan your purchasing information at an NFC compatible terminal.

Improved Voice Control

With the Voice Integration API developers can now add voice controls directly to their apps. This means your phone and your apps are better integrated for voice commands. This allows you to tell your phone to open an app and for the app to do a specific thing all in a single statement.

App Permissions

Permission management for apps have been improved in Marshmallow. Previously app permissions were all or nothing selections. With these changes you can now specify what information you do and do not share with your apps. Also app permissions are not set until you open an app for the first time, previously you set them while downloading an app.

Volume Controls

Volume & audio controls are now more detailed with separate volume controls for various phone functions. This includes ringtones, alarms, phone calls, and music all having their own distinct volume slider.

Word Highlighting

Highlighting text is now more intuitive. When selecting words the option to cut, copy, or paste selected material now appears as a floating menu as opposed to at the top of the screen on the toolbar.

Chrome Enhancements

Chrome’s tab management has been improved for mobile devices. These Custom Tabs allow websites to customize the toolbar and menu of your browser tabs with website specific features and options.

App Linking

Marshmallow has made the operating system better about reading links. This means the phone will automatically detect if a link should open in an app or go to your web browser. This will cut down greatly on ‘Open With’ pop up messages.

App Backup & Security

Backup & security features can now be made automatic and also backs up data allowing for full cloud-based restoration. Also included with backup is the ability to remove all passwords and network connections such as WiFi, cellular data, and Bluetooth.

Software Security

Regular security patches are now monthly and your phone lists the date of its last security patch under the ‘About Phone’ menu. Also encryption of data is enabled by default and Smart Lock manages passwords and ties them to your Google account for increased security.

User Interface Updates

  • Settings Shortcuts now have enhanced icons showing what each setting does to be displayed in the cog widget. Previously all settings shortcuts had the same icon.

  • The Lock Screen saw a minor update with a voice control shortcut replacing the dialer shortcut.

  • The Voice Control Search has a new look with four dots floating and then changing into a voice readout waveform as you speak.

  • The App Drawer has been redone and is now a virtual scrolling list. Also added is a scrubber bar on the right-hand side that allows you to jump to specific letters in the alphabet. At the top of the app drawer is an area that lists commonly accessed apps, predictive apps, time of day usage, and so on. The search bar is also now permanent and easily accessible by voice as well.

  • Easier Uninstall when dragging app shortcuts you now have the option to uninstall the app completely added alongside pre-existing options such as information and remove.

  • System UI Tuner this feature allows you to make slight changes to the UI. These include quality of life features such as a battery percentage, a customizable quick settings menu, and removing or adding icons in your status bar such as Bluetooth or NFC indicators.

  • Improved Internal File Manager the internal file manager has had its user interface redesigned to make it easier to read and use.

  • RAM Menu RAM now has its own dedicated menu labeled Memory.

  • Improved Animations and New Emoji animations are improved as you move through the operating system giving a feeling of a polished user experience. Also 200 default emojis have been added and the rebranded ‘Flappy Bird’ easter egg returns with updated marshmallow graphics.

The Current Update Cycle

The time frame of your phone updating its operating system to Marshmallow depends on when your phone’s manufacturer decides to release the update. As such Android Marshmallow will be releasing at several different times depending on what cellular device you currently own. Here is the current release schedule for several major manufacturers.

Google has already updated their entire Nexus line with Android Marshmallow. The Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C, and the entire range of Android One devices have all received the Marshmallow update. Newer models such as the 5X and 6P launched with it already installed.

Samsung has updated much of their Galaxy line already. The Galaxy 6S, 6S Edge, and Note 4 can all update to Marshmallow. The S7 and S7 Edge come with it preinstalled. For 5S owners, updates are currently starting to appear in Korea but nowhere else yet. The Note 5 and S6 Edge are expected to receive future updates however, nothing has been reported so far for the S4, Galaxy Alpha, or the Note 3.

HTC has been rather slow with their release cycle. Currently, The HTC One M8 and One M9 are currently receiving updates. The One A9, One E9, and Desire Eye have also been announced. HTC announced a list of cell phones slated to receive this update back in September 2015 but no further information has been made available.

Sony is updating much of its Xperia line with the current models the Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact, Z5 Premium, and Xperia Z3+ all receiving updates. Other phones will be receiving Marshmallow as well and Sony has released a full update list on their website.

LG has not released much information concerning updates to their current phone releases. The LG G4 has already received the Marshmallow update and the LG G5 was released with it already installed. While many of their phones meet the requirements for updating officially nothing has been released by LG.

Motorola has been proactive in getting the majority of their current model lines updated. The 2014 and 2015 lines for the Moto X and Moto G will see updates as will the Moto MAXX, Moto Turbo, and the Droid Turbo.

Huawei has announced updates for many of their recent releases in China. The full 14 phone list can be seen here. However, they have not clarified an overall release time frame for these updates or when phones in other parts of the world can expect to see them.

BlackBerry recently made the change to the Android platform with the BlackBerry Priv. Currently, they are working on getting Marshmallow released for the Priv however, there is no current release date announced.