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.
I know, you all want the almighty Xperia Z and feel like going for the ZL would mean making a compromise. But if you look closer at the ZL and decide it’s the very close next best thing, you’ll be psyched to hear the thing is due out in Canada on April 2.
Users of the HTC One S under Bell and Virgin can now upgrade their phones to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
Samsung Mobile Canada announced on their Facebook page the availability of the Android 4.1.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 on the Bell network. Other networks can expect the update over the “coming weeks.”
Well, what do you know. The (virtual) ink didn’t even get to dry off our latest Sony Xperia Z availability update post and we already have something new to report.
Sony got a lot of kudos and congrats after unveiling the Xperia Z and ZL at CES, but if there are people that have reasons to be angered with the company these are most likely living up north.
With Bell giving out the “end of life” sentence to the Galaxy Nexus way back in October, we wouldn’t have expected a lot of stock to remain unfinished going in 2013.
The wait for Jelly Bean for Samsung Galaxy S3 owners in Canada is over. Though it isn’t scheduled to come until December 3, the Android 4.1 software update has hit the handset early.
In spite of several reports that said the contrary, you can, in fact, use LTE on the Google Nexus 4. We’ve shown you a video as a proof, and the thread on XDA-forums where the news first broke is full of people that managed to activate LTE on their Nexus 4.