Good, nay great news, Droid DNA owners enviously looking up to HTC One users rocking such awesome, so far exclusive features like BlinkFeed. A massive, two-part software update is rolling out your way, bringing with it Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and HTC’s goodie-packed Sense 5 UI.
The rumor whirlwind surrounding the imminent Sony Xperia Z1s got a little out of control for a moment there, then it was oddly completely silenced, and now is back at full throttle. Only it’s best if you forgot everything you “knew” about the Z1s, since ultimately the phone could be something else entirely.
Don’t mean to be cocky, but we knew this day was coming ever since August. The only thing we, or rather our sources, got (narrowly) wrong was the ETA.
Well, well, well, what have we here? It’s the Taiwanese version of the spectacular cross between Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and its other top dog, the Galaxy S4.
We don’t know a whole lot about this, but it seems Google might be planning an Android 4.4.1 update in Chromecast which will allow Android devices to mirror a TV screen. Welcome to the future, folks!
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I’m a minimalist by heart, so small, powerful, or multi-function devices tend to grab my attention to at least take a peek. With the growing number of mobile devices and accessories, you’d guess right that I’m almost always checking something out. External storage and external battery packs are quite popular, for good reason. Mobile lifestyles more »
On our sister site, TeleRead, Chris Meadows has long lamented the lack of an iPod Touch alternative on Android. He’d speculated earlier this year that a cheap Android phone might be the way to go, and recently he took the plunge and bought one. He also got rid of his iPad and is now a straight Android user.
Google unveiled the Android 4.4 KitKat, which was designed to run on older devices with low-end specifications and with RAM as low as 512MB. After this news, a majority of people hoped that manufacturers will update their low-cost devices to the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. Unfortunately, there’s no such news from any OEM, but a leaked internal document mentioned Samsung will update several of its old devices to Android 4.4 KitKat.
The age of the physical QWERTY keyboard-toting handhelds is long gone, despite BlackBerry’s best efforts, however that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t expect a retro-looking little gizmo to pop up here and there from time to time.
Recently, Oppo announced that its flagship Oppo N1 with a rotatable camera will hit the shelves in global markets including America and Europe starting December 10th for $599.
We’ve seen several leaked images of the Verizon Nokia Lumia 929 in the past few weeks. The leaks intensified this week when we spotted Nokia Lumia 929 with Verizon branding from Mexican shores.