With each day that passes by, the LG Nexus 4 becomes more and more ‘boring.’ And by that I don’t mean uninteresting, I simply mean that there are too many leaks detailing the handset well in advanced of its launch.
Verizon has officially announced the 5-month-old HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE is now receiving a new software update. Is it important enough that you should care? For many users, yes it is. The 154MB update file is listed as build 2.17.605.2 and includes several new features and improvements that could make it worthwhile for many Verizon users.
The iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 comparison continues today with a couple of new battles. After we have just showed you that the Galaxy S3 beats the iPhone 5 when it comes to continuous web traffic, it’s time to look at which device wins when it comes to web traffic.
While you’re waiting for the official release date and pricing information for the LG Optimus G, maybe watching the product movie released to YouTube yesterday will help you pass the time.
With (some of) the hype surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5 finally toning down, it’s time to clear our heads, let our egos rest, and try to objectively answer the age-old question – is the new iPhone better than all Android phones?
Following the release of Android 4.1.2 JZ054K factory images for the Nexus 7, as well as for the “takju” and “yakju” variant of Galaxy Nexus a few days ago, Google has posted the factory image for the updated pure Jelly Bean firmware for the “soju” variant of the Nexus S. The Nexus Q also gets its first factory image released.
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If there was one piece of the LG Nexus 4 puzzle still missing, and a very important one for that matter, that was definitely the device’s pricing. No tipster has been bold enough to mention any numbers, despite having what looked like a full spec sheet and a release timeframe on our hands for about a week now. No tipster until now…
Despite the numerous Ice Cream Sandwich firmwares that have leaked over the last couple of months for the Droid Bionic, Motorola – or Verizon – seemingly isn’t yet ready to roll out the official update. Last we checked, Moto said on its website that the Android 4.0 upgrade will still arrive in Q4. Now, there’s more reason to believe that the software bump is about to become a reality.
Sure, the Galaxy S3 Mini is a disappointment because it feels like Samsung is trying to take advantage of the customer by using such a name for a mid-range device. The Galaxy S3 Mini wants to be cool by carrying the same family name as its bigger brother, which also implies it being sold for a higher-than-anticipated price point. And that’s why the crowds are protesting.