Dual SIM Galaxy Note5 already on pre-order

August 17th, 2015   decode  Android, Android 5, Android 5.1, Android 6, Android M

Samsung isn’t taking its time with releasing the dual SIM version of the Galaxy Note5 and is already accepting pre-orders. The info comes from the Philippines, but we’d expect all markets to follow soon – of course, the ones where the dual SIM Note5 is…

Oukitel U6 won’t use Helio X20 chipset

August 17th, 2015   decode  Android 5, Android 5.1, Android 6, Android M

The dual-screened Oukitel U6 has been around for a while, there’s even a hands-on with it out there, but the parent company still hasn’t nailed down the hardware. We received info that the rumored MediaTek Helio X20 will be left for the U6 Pro version,…

Sprint lets you keep switching to the newest iPhone for $22 per month

August 17th, 2015   decode  Apple, iOS

Today Sprint has announced a new “revolution” intended for those who are big iPhone fans. The gist of the new iPhone Forever plan is this: you get the newest iPhone for free, then start paying $22 per month. And when a new iPhone launches, you…

Android M now is officially called 6.0 Marshmallow

August 17th, 2015   decode  Android 5.1, Android 6, Android M

Android M is now officially called Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Google’s new mascot is now welcoming photographers near the Android HQ building in California. Android M was unveiled during Google’s annual I/O conference last May and is expected to become publicly available this fall. The next…

LG G Pad II 8.0 slate quietly goes official

August 14th, 2015   decode  Android 5, Android 5.1, Android M, LG

LG launches an updated LG G Pad II 8.0 slate in South Korea. The first look through its specs sheet reveals minor upgrades over its predecessor, but once we dig deeper we found some interesting new features. The G Pad II 8.0 packs the same…