According to Sam Mobile, the first Android 4.1.2 updates for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus are already live. A number of Austrian owners of the 3G-enabled version (model number GT-P6200) have reported getting the bump over-the-air.
With GS4’s release looming on the horizon, it’s time to take a look at the newest HTC One ETAs for some of the world’s most important markets – US, Canada and Europe.
Unveiled a couple of weeks ago, the Sony Xperia SP is a little less impressive than its Z and ZL cousins, but still fairly intriguing for those of you looking to save a buck and not sacrifice too much.
Likely in response to Samsung’s recent mid-range phone unveilings, HTC has finally taken the wraps off the Desire Q.
As if Samsung’s Galaxy was not crowded enough already, there are two new members of the family that have been made official in China and expected out over the next few weeks.
After it’s become a box-office hit in South Korea, the LG Optimus G Pro is ready to take Japan by storm.. The land of the rising sun has the G Pro up for grabs starting today via NTT DoCoMo, the country’s leading wireless carrier.
Android 4.1 was said to roll out to the Sony Xperia S in “late March” a while ago, but that deadline hasn’t been met. Instead, word around the street now is JB will be buttering up the 4.3-incher “in a few days”.
A light breeze of change is blowing for a little while in the wireless carrier world, with at least two of the four major American “players” looking to go through massive management alterations.
Samsung’s hunger for fame and popularity knows no boundaries or limits, with the Galaxy makers always looking to cover all bases and conquer every single niche of the smartphone market.
Smartphones are not usually like wines, getting better with age, but there is the occasional Android gem that can at least keep up with the times and stay hip for more than 12 months.