Beautiful ultra high-res wallpapers, perfect for your Galaxy S8/S8+, LG G6, Pixel XL, HTC U Ultra, Xperia XZ Premium, and others

Getting tired of your current wallpaper every time you unlock your device? Well, good, for it’s time for yet another installment of our weekly pick with high-quality, extremely high- resolution wallpapers! Just how high-res, you wonder? Well, today’s largest wallpaper is actually over 50 (that’s right, fifty) megapixels in size, which is darn impressive even by the standards set by this column. In fact, you could probably make a huge print out of it and put it on your wall, if you wanted to.

Anyway, not all of the backgrounds included in this selection …


Beautiful ultra high-res wallpapers, perfect for your Pixel XL, Galaxy S8 and S7, LG G6, LG V20, HTC U Ultra and others

High-resolution, and high-quality wallpapers are not the easiest thing to find, especially if you have as many as 1440 x 2560 pixels to fill with information – as would be the case if your smartphone has a QHD display.

The reasons for that are several. Perhaps most importantly, however, it’s just exceedinly easy for wallpaper repositories to simply upscale lower resolution content to make it appear as if it would fit perfectly on your fancy screen, but the reality is that stretching the image takes a ton from the quality. And that’s not what you want if you’re looking …

This is the official Android O wallpaper, get the high-res image here

Google yesterday publicly released the first Developer Preview for Android O, well ahead of its supposed final release this fall, much to the excitement and surprise of fans.

The Android O Developer Preview can be installed on the following devices: Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel C, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Nexus Player. But what if you don’t have one of those or are not willing to flash Android O on it?

Well, you’ll be missing on a handful of new features, but since this is a developer preview that’s not intended to serve as a daily driver for …

New ASUS tablet with high-res display unveiled in benchmarks

Android tablets are a dying breed, but ASUS won’t give up without a fight. A 9.6-inch tablet was outed in the GFXBench database, carrying decent specs for an upper mid-range model. The device is powered by the MediaTek MT8173 SoC, which seems to be incorrectly listed as a “dodeca-core” (12-core) processor. Rather, it’s a quad-core CPU built on a dated 28nm process. On a related note, MediaTek is, indeed, working on a 12-core chip.

The CPU is supplemented by the PowerVR GX6250 graphics unit, hopefully fast enough to power the 2048 x 1536 resolution screen without major hiccups. Added …