Top Android news of the week: LG G5, Android Wear, new processor

This week in Android we heard good things about the upcoming LG G5, saw a new processor aimed at Android Wear, and Android Wear is getting an update.
Written by James Kendrick, Contributor

LG smartphone to have always on display

LG is claiming the G5 will have a display that is always on. Battery drain wouldn't allow that to work with the big screen so it must have a second display that shows specific information.

Source: Liliputing

LG G5 to use AMOLED display

LG is not providing specific details about the upcoming G5 phone but sources say it will have an AMOLED display. The G5 wil be unveiled at the MWC.

Source: Neowin


Qualcomm launches new Snapdragon for Android Wear

Major chip maker Qualcomm has unveiled the new Snapdragon 2100 process for Android Wear devices. The 2100 will support LTE and is the first processor from the firm specifically for wearables.

Source: Android Community


Android Wear gets new features in big update

Android Wear device owners will be happy with a major update coming this month. Chief among them are the ability to make voice calls and voice dictation.

Source: The Verge

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