LG G5 benchmarks, HTC One M10 dates & more – Pocketnow Daily

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– Sony Xperia Beta Program brings early Marshmallow to older hardware http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/10/sony-xperia-beta-program
– Samsung customer service presentation shows off TouchWiz on Android Marshmallow http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/10/samsung-touchwiz-android-marshmallow
– HTC One M10 now tipped for April 11 debut in London, different branding http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/10/htc-one-m10-april-11-london-different-name-rumors
– HTC One M10 only expected out stateside in May, ‘One Watch’ a little earlier http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/11/htc-one-m10-may-us-release-one-watch-earlier
– Microsoft to cut dozens more mobile positions in Finland http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/10/microsoft-cut-jobs-mobile-finland
– LG G5 benchmarked, no surprises found http://pocketnow.com/2016/02/10/lg-g5-benchmark

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Sony Xperia Beta program, and how it can help you get Marshmallow on legacy devices. Then we talk about the complete opposite,…

43 Comments on LG G5 benchmarks, HTC One M10 dates & more – Pocketnow Daily

  1. There's no reason they can't offer a phone with 2 Micro SD Card slots, dual sim, 6GB RAM, 128GB eMMC or better class, arblaster, swappable Graphene batteries and all of the bells and whistles, but they're playing us like idiots and half the cost, but we keep shelling our hard earned money out so why should they budge? We used to boycott to get prices down and it worked! We are suckers for punishment, so be it!

  2. Jaime doesn't understand that every single OEM marshmallow device has been having problems since day 1 ask any XDA developer making ROM's. Seriously…Would you rather have a shitty experience with the software or would you like a close to bug-free and usable experience?

  3. G4 is an awesome phone. I have been using it since it was available and i still believe that is is the best 2015 phone. However it does have shortcomings. Speaker on the back, lack of fingerprint sensor, Adreno 418 are some of the things that need to be improved. Volume buttons on the back, leather back and curve display and the things i wish they kept but we know will not happen. Long story short, looking at what we know will happen not sure what i would keep from G4. Probably the camera but that should be better right?!

  4. There's actually nothing about the G4 that I care to keep. Just sold mine and it's tough because I used to love the G series and would always defend it, but they simply got left behind and needed to start over from scratch.

  5. How is no one complaining about progressively larger screens that become ridiculously awkward to handle with each year's flagships? I don't know about you, but I was pretty comfy with screens around the 5 inch mark and now we're heading towards the phablet era of flagship, in which you have to buy a phone that big in order to own the best specs (unless you buy an iPhone). Why do manufacturers think last year's phone wasn't big enough to meet their customers' demands over and over? And if it's to be able to fit all the new, improved components that require more space inside, then why even trying to improve them more than they are improved and instead not focus on other aspects like better UI, better apps, better signal or headphone audio quality? I don't know, details that never receive as much attention?

  6. I have been using a lumia 830 for over a year now, and I don't feel the app gap that much cause I have a nexus 9 but my lumia hasn't let me down once, just 2 months back Google's official OTA bricked my nexus… that's right Google's own update bricked it and they had to change the whole motherboard. so reliability wise Android ain't that breezy either. as a phone, as a camera phone lumias are still very relevant

  7. i love windows
    its on my xbox
    my pc
    my phone
    my tablet

    BUT the phone version is actually rubbish
    Im using Lumia 640 now woth windws 10 and the only ringtone i am able to choose are the ones that come with the phone, there are alot of other issues but that is one thing im almost sure everyone does when they get a new phone, set their fav song as a ringtone.

  8. The only reason I still own a windows phone is because I don't have the money for a good phone and my parents won't buy me a new one

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