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.
Development never stops in the Android community and there’s always something new to tinker with. It’s time for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3 SGH-T999 users to try and enjoy Google Now–the fastest and easiest way to search for information on the Web; that is, with the use of your own voice. No need for some rush typing when you are driving or doing something else. Just say it and Google Now will find it for you in an instant. Credit goes to the ever-innovative members of XDA Developers who were able to make a way to install the Google Now app…
While we’ve known since may that 4G LTE was a possibility for the ASUS Padfone 2, as of Friday, it’s official. The device was just approved by the Global Certification Forum (GCF), and it is now known for certain that the ASUS Padfone 2 will be LTE-compatible.
If you have had your eye on a Samsung Galaxy S3 with Verizon Wireless but were holding back because the Pebble Blue and Marble White were not the colors that you were looking for you may be in luck. Well, in luck assuming you are going to be happy with the handset in black or brown. We suspect more users would prefer the former as opposed to the latter. But at the same time, it is nice to have the option. The details are official. At least to the point where they have been posted and are coming direct from…
What could Odin, a Norse mythology major god and the ruler of Asgard, have to do with Sony, the Japan-based multinational conglomerate known to us Android geeks for the Xperia line of smartphones? That’s the million dollar question we’re all asking ourselves after hearing that Sony’s 2013 flagship phone could be codenamed “Odin”.
The One X might not be as popular as the Samsung Galaxy S3, but, when you get it for free, that’s not important. What is important is that, by going to Amazon Wireless and signing up to a new 2-year AT&T contract, you will be able to purchase the HTC One X in either gray or white for just $0.01.
It shouldn’t take long now for the official Android 4.1 update to hit the HTC One X, but if you feel like you simply can’t wait anymore there is one way to flash a rather stable unofficial Jelly Bean port on your phone.
October is looking like a very hot month for Google and its Nexus devices. The company is rumored to unveil Android 4.2 – which is believed to be just an incremental Jelly Bean update rather than a full blown Key Lime Pie upgrade – that will be found aboard a variety of new Nexus devices.
Word on the street is that Google will announce a new incremental Android update when unveiling this year’s new Nexus-branded handsets, Android 4.2, which is apparently still going to be called Jelly Bean. And it looks like the new software version has already been spotted in server logs by Android Police.
Motorola and Intel’s joint venture, the RAZR i, is slowly making its way into more territories. After its initial release in the UK, the RAZR i now finds itself in a new market, Brazil. This device will be the exact same device that we previously saw during Motorola’s and Intel’s event in London last month.