• LG V40 ThinQ Now Available From AT&T, B&H Photo, Sprint, T-Mobile & Verizon

    29 days ago - By Android Headlines

    In short: After opening pre-orders for the LG V40 ThinQ last Friday, the device is now available at all of the carriers, with the unlocked model available through B&H Photo. This means that you can order your V40 ThinQ and have it delivered within a day or two, instead of waiting a week for the device. However, you do miss out on the pre-order bonus that LG was doing, which included the DJI osmo Mobile 2. But you do still get the SanDisk 256GB Micro SD Card, which is still a nice bonus to get with the LG V40 ThinQ.
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    Over at AT&T, you can pick up the LG V40 ThinQ for $949.99 outright...
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  • YouTube Music for Android drops play FAB, adds shuffle button to albums & playlists

    YouTube Music for Android drops play FAB, adds shuffle button to albums & playlists

    29 days ago - By 9to5Google

    Last month, YouTube Music finally rolled out streaming and download quality controls. Google's latest attempt at streaming music is now tweaking the albums and playlists UI to make it easier to quickly start playback and shuffle.
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  • Verizon tops video streaming quality tests, AT&T comes last

    Verizon tops video streaming quality tests, AT&T comes last

    29 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Now that we have covered the Verizon vs T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint state of 3G, 4G, and every other carrier network "G" in terms of coverage, download speeds, latency, uploads, stability, and so on, it's time to get detailed breakdowns by types of usage.
    Research and network testing firm OpenSignal does exactly that with its latest "Overall Video Experience: USA" report, covering the June-September 2018 period. In it, it measures the performance of carrier networks when it comes to streaming the all-important mobile video, from YouTube to Netflix, and everything ...
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