With Blackberry 10.2.1 you can not only run Android APK files directly in BB10, you can also apparently have access to the full Android UI by simply installing a 3rd party launcher.
The AT&T HTC One X is ready for its big Sense 5.0 and Android 4.2.2 update, which is expected to start roll out on Wednesday 29th January.
Now that Motorola’s roll out of Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the Moto G is safely underway the company has published the kernel sources on the popular open source project site SourceForge.
An online video made by YouTube user Ashton Tekno gives us our first look at the Sony Honami, albeit only in software form, with a new ROM for the Xperia Z.
HP has now officially launched the Android-powered HP SlateBook x2 tablet PC in its own US web site. How soon is the actual release?
It’s roughly the same look and feel, but 4.3 is noticeably faster, even though it’s still called Jelly Bean. It snaps through web pages faster, and navigating through normal phone functions are also smoother.
The United Kingdom is the latest region to receive the Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One. A spokesperson for HTC has also indicated that the update will hit Asia sometime this week as well.
The Sony Xperia Z could get its Jelly Bean 4.2.2 update as early as mid-July, according to Australian carrier Telstra’s update roadmap.
Are you still thinking about whether to get the HTC One, the Samsung Galaxy S4, or just wait? We’d like to show you what owning the HTC One is really like.
HTC has indicated that it is considering options for existing HTC One owners who may prefer a stock Android experience over the Sense UI.