Who’d say no to a Jelly Bean treat – even if it’s offered a bit late? If you own the Sprint variant of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, you’ll be happy to hear that your LTE tab will receive Jelly Bean starting today.
Quick, name three Sony smartphones on Ice Cream Sandwich that you think would hugely benefit from a JB upgrade. Does anyone have the Xperia J? Probably not and yet the 4-inch low-ender is being slapped with an Android 4.1.2 software bump.
The LG Optimus G might have only landed in Europe last month, but it has been available in Asia and North America ever since last fall. And it had everything the competition didn’t. Except for Jelly Bean.
With Galaxy S3’s Android 4.1 bump almost fully completed around the world, one would think it’s time for Samsung to start taking care of its more modest Galaxy “stars” too.
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Both the LG Optimus G Pro and the HTC Droid DNA are complete Android powerhouses, but what are the similarities and differences between them?
This is just too confusing. LG is readying the Optimus G Pro (two versions of it, in fact), the G2 is also said to be in the works, while Europeans are only now getting the first-gen Optimus G?
With all the talks about the HTC One, we haven’t forgotten about one of the members of HTC’s original One series, the One S. Here’s some good news regarding Android 4.1 for owners of the phone on Three UK.
We didn’t think Samsung’s “fame” needed a boost, but the Koreans decided to argue with us and unveiled the Galaxy Fame last week, along with the new G Young.
Last week, Sony unexpectedly started serving Jelly Bean to Xperia T owners, though the official announcement only came yesterday. While it’s to be expected that not everyone will get the update right away, we have some good news for folks in the UK.