Android Headliner: Why Is Microsoft Interested In Backing Cyanogen?

Thursday was an interesting day. If you missed the news which landed Thursday afternoon (PST), it was surprising news. Before we get started though, it is important to remember that the news is still only at the rumor stage with nothing being officially confirmed. Although, the rumor did come from quite a reliable source and […]

Android How-To: Remove and Replace the OnePlus One StyleSwap Back

When the OnePlus One was announced one of the defining features of the phone was that the back was removable and could be swapped out with any number of back covers that were going to be made available. From the get go you could choose from Sandstone Black, a dark grey back with a rough […]

Rogers ups their Wireless Connection Fee to $20

Rogers’ new CEO Guy Laurence introduced the new Rogers 3.0 plan back in May 2014 and since then he has been putting this plan into action, so it will be a while before his leadership can be fully evaluated. However, carriers, like Rogers, really make me laugh when they try to convince us that when […]

The iPhone Is “Terribly Boring” According To HTC’s Jeff Gordon

We’ve seen a number of companies announce business numbers this week and we here at Android Headlines have devoted a fair amount of website pixels towards covering this. Credit where credit is due, Apple have sold almost 75 million iPhones between October and December across the world. That’s more than one per person in the […]

Featured Review: ZTE Grand X Max+ for Cricket Wireless

ZTE has been packing a serious punch with its phones lately.  They’ve made some record growth in 2014 with a 94% growth rate year-over-year from 2013, and it’s all thanks to the quality of phones they’d released throughout the year.  Moving into 2015 ZTE looks to take the US market by storm again, releasing another hot […]

The Retail Box Of Vaio’s Upcoming Smartphone Gets Showcased

Vaio isn’t exactly a brand that we hear much about in the smartphone space. Sony actually sold their Vaio share to the Japan Industrial partners a while ago, and it was reported that they intend to launch a Vaio-branded smartphone in 2015. This thing was expected to launch in January, but it seems like that […]

Android Photography Tips – High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Camera sensors on phones have come along way in just the last handful of years.  Once upon a time it was a marvel to have any sort of camera on your phone at all, much less one that could even be considered remotely good quality.  Nowadays we nitpick every little thing about the image quality […]

U.S. Cellular Lowers Prices On Some Simple Connect Prepaid Plans

U.S. Cellular is tweaking some of the prepaid plans, lowering prices and offering more for less. Their basic Simple Connect Prepaid plan is now only $40 and offers unlimited minutes, data, and messaging. That doesn’t get you high speed data, so you’ll probably want to upgrade to at least the $45 plan that includes unlimited […]

T-Mobile Crashes Super Bowl Party With Creative Marketing

T-mobile is set to shake things up during the big game on Sunday. According to the companies recent, “Issues and Insights blog,” (Source link below) they have a lot planned this year in an effort to take on AT&T and Verizon and their huge advertising budget. With ideas that fresh, different, and smart; T-Mobile is […]

LG G Pro 2 Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Update Now Rolling Out In South Korea

Once again, Android 5.0 (Lollipop) seems to be in the news. We heard just a short while ago that HTC had announced they will unfortunately, be missing their self-imposed deadline for pushing Lollipop out to the HTC One M8 and One M7 devices. As such, those particular device owners will have to wait a little […]