Releasing a mid-range phone with on-board Ice Cream Sandwich in November 2012 wasn’t exactly Samsung’s smartest move, but at least the Koreans are making amends to Galaxy Express buyers relatively fast.
You know how Mondays are usually pretty slow news days in this little technology world of ours? Well, not today. And we mostly have Sony to thank for that.
LG managed to piss everyone off during 2012 with sluggish ICS updates, very few JB bumps (none?), empty promises and just poor all-around software support.
Be honest, you weren’t really swept off your feet by Kobo’s Arc when the budget 7-incher went up for sale last fall, were you?
After introducing the Grand S during CES, the Grand Memo at MWC, the Grand X Pro sometime in between and after leaking out the stunningly cheap U935, you might have expected ZTE to take a breather and chill for a while.
Following the arrival of Jelly Bean on its next of kin, the Electrify M, the same Android 4.1.2 upgrade is now rolling out to the Electrify 2.
It was only a week ago we heard the first reports of Jelly Bean rolling out to the humble J, with the more impressive TL getting the same butter treatment a couple of days back.
Does anyone remember the entry-level Galaxy Fame handheld Samsung introduced last month? To be frank, we kind of forgot about it too, what with all the GS4 hoopla currently going on.
Although some Xperia TL users on AT&T reported getting the smooth and buttery Android 4.1.2 bump ever since two weeks ago, the carrier has only made the upgrade official earlier today.
Samsung’s Android success story started with a little phone called the Galaxy S2 two years ago, so it makes sense for the Koreans to still care about their first “big thing”.