Earlier today we heard that the U.S. Galaxy S3 versions will only get their Jelly Bean updates in 2013, or at least most of them, but now we have an official press release from Samsung to shed more light on the upgrade process in the region.
Sony has failed to meet expectations so far in the Android smartphone market. According to CENS.com there are plans afoot to change that. They claim that Sony has announced a smartphone sales target of 50 million for next year.
Samsung is in full damage control mode after failing to honor its initial promises of getting Jelly Bean out for the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S3 “very soon” after the IFA unveiling of the GNote 2, but things are still not looking great.
Those who are keeping track of the legal tussle between Samsung and Apple will not get their climactic ending just yet, as the International Trade Commission, the agency who has a say in stopping devices from being sold in the U.S. in the event of patent infringement, has once again postponed the result of its investigation.
You can always count on the industrious and superbly skilled community of independent Android devs to do what carriers and manufacturers are unable to, and now a bunch of new Motorola phones have made the first step towards entering the magic world of frequent custom ROMs, kernels and firmware updates.
Sony Mobile has announced the upcoming availability of the Xperia T, the James Bond phone, for those in Canada. The handset will arrive beginning in November and with multiple carriers to include Rogers, Bell, Mobilicity, MTS and Videotron.
Fly like a butterfly, sting like an HTC! How about that for a publicity slogan for the newly unveiled, but long rumored HTC J Butterfly “phablet”?
There finally is substantial good news to report on the Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean updating process. Several users are reporting being served with large quantities of “butter” on their phones in France, Spain, Romania and Austria, although for the most part the upgrades seem carrier restricted.
With Samsung continuing its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update across Europe, we’ve received information that will not go down too well among owners of the flagship phone in the States who have been at the edge of their seats waiting for the buttery smooth OS to arrive.
Are you planning to stay for an extended period in Japan in the near future? If the answer is yes, you may want to take note of what KDDI will have in store soon. Alongside the HTC J Butterfly, the Japanese carrier said that it’s bringing LG’s latest flagship offering, the Optimus G, to its customers.