Tonight we have some hot news for you. The T-Mobile Nexus 6 is seeing delays, a new Gear S commercial arises and Android Wear 5.0 details leak.
AT&T and Sprint are all ready to launch the Nexus 6 this week. We originally thought T-Mobile would too, as the phone was set for a November 12th launch, but Magenta has just announced they will have to be late to the party. The device is scheduled for launch by November 19th now.
Opinion: This is pretty sad news for T-Mobile users. A week more seems like months in the tech world. At least you know some details, though. Whatever happened with the Verizon version?
Samsung has just released its first Samsung Gear S commercial, a 30-second video that goes through some of the main features on the smart watch. These features include navigation, calling, email and more.
Will this convince you to purchase the Samsung Gear S? Probably not, but it will definitely catch new customers’ eyes.
Opinion: The commercial, quite honestly, seems very dry. It’s simple, fast and very technical, but it does manage to relate the device to your daily routine. Other commercials put these devices out to be some futuristic, unaccessible products.
The Android 5.0 Lollipop update is not exclusive to smartphones and tablets, guys. In fact, it’s even coming to Android Wear smart watches. New leaks and rumors have emerged, stating these updates will start showing up in early December.
What is Android Wear 5.0 Lollipop all about? Well, there are many improvements in tow. The coolest is probably that battery and storage details will now be specified in the app, information that was hidden in the past. There will also be improvements to watch faces, and the ability to recover dismissed cards is said to be in the works.
Opinion: This seems to be a major update to Android Wear, and it seems to be coming fast! Of course, it helps that manufacturers are not putting heavy skins in their user interfaces. All Android Wear devices are essentially the same, which will definitely speed up the update process. For more details you can check out our friends at Phandroid, who got the information from private sources.