If you’re wondering how the buttery smooth Jelly Bean will run on the device, check out the video (in Vietnamese) that one lucky owner of the Xperia TL has uploaded.
Amazon is selling the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S3 with a two-year contract for just $79.99. The phone is available for $199.99 on a two-year contract at AT&T’s own stores.
There’s plenty of time to finish your Christmas shopping, especially if you’re on the lookout for cheap, on-contract, high-end Android devices.
If you’ve got an AT&;T Samsung Galaxy S2 in your hands, then you’re going to want to check for the latest software update that’s available for it through Samsung Kies.
HTC confirmed back in July that it will upgrade the One XL to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Fast forward to December, it seems the update has now hit the phone in several markets, U.S. not included.
We can always rely on Samsung to make the kernel files for its smartphones and tablets available for the masses, sometimes even before the device hits the market. The latest source codes for a trio of Galaxy devices have now been uploaded on Samsung’s Open Source website.
We talked about the Jelly Bean soak test for AT&T’s Motorola Atrix HD a few weeks back. It looks like the beta test went smoothly, as AT&T has announced on its website that the Android 4.1 software upgrade for the phone is now ready to be served for all.
XDA member itsmikeramsay has released unofficial CM10.1 ROMs for Galaxy S3 owners on T-Mobile and AT&T handsets. Whilst there are still some bugs to be worked out, it’s a great start for users looking to run Android 4.2 on their S3.
Two weeks ago, we saw the international 3G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (GT-P7300) finally got their Android 4.0 package signed, sealed, and delivered. If you own the device on AT&T (SGH-i957), we’re happy to report that the Ice Cream Sandwich update is now available for your tab.
Google’s Nexus 4, also known as the Optimus G’s younger LTE-less brother does pack LTE support under the hood, or at least some of the required components, although don’t expect Google to turn it on at any point in the future.