With the high-end Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD still not ready for their releases, Motorola seems to be focused on making the mid-range Razr M and I available for as many tech users as possible.
In case you happen to own one of the first Intel-based Android handsets out there you’ll be happy to hear your handset is about to receive an important Android upgrade. We’re talking about the Lava Xolo X900, which can be updated officially to Ice Cream Sandwich. Sure, we get that you’d like to play with Jelly Bean instead, but at least you’re leaving Gingerbread world.
There were hints that the Galaxy S3 with 64GB onboard storage would be available in October. If the idea of having a total of 128GB memory on your phone – since the the Galaxy S3 supports up to 64GB microSD card — excites you to no end, you’ll be pleased to know that several outlets have started offering the elusive variant of the Galaxy S3.
Ever since the Optimus G was in its rumor phase, rumors began surfacing regarding the upcoming Google Nexus smartphone. Here’s a roundup of what to expect from the rumored upcoming LG Nexus smartphone with Android 4.2 on board.
We reported a week ago that those in South Korea can expect to see Jelly Bean arriving on October 9th. Well, that day is here my friend and Samsung has officially announced the update for the Galaxy S3 for the Korean market – specifically for the SHW-M440S model – on its website.
It looks like Samsung has found the perfect recipe for a blockbuster Android smartphone in the name and shape of the Galaxy S3. A recent tweet from T-Mobile acknowledges the Samsung Galaxy S3 as the best selling device to ever reach its physical and virtual shelves.
Looking to buy a new Motorola tablet or smartphone in Germany? Good luck with that. You can thank the Microsoft patent battles against Motorola for the lack of purchase options being offered. In order to comply with injunctions against it, Motorola made the decision to pull most of its current inventory.
When it comes to smartphone screen size, there seems to be a few different camps. Some of us belong to the “bigger is better” faction, others believe the sweetspot is somewhere between 4.1-inches and a 4.9-inches. Then there are those that want 4-inch and smaller designs.
Last week Android Authority caught wind of some new information from @evleaks that suggested T-Mobile was preparing to release the LG Optimus L9. Today we have official word that T-Mobile is bring the budget handset to its network this fall.
We all know that Samsung has scheduled a U.S. media event on the October 24 to announce the second coming of the Galaxy Note in the region. Moreover, the Android manufacturer has already confirmed that no less than five American carriers will launch the Galaxy Note 2 by mid-November, although we don’t have release dates for any of them.