This week debuted with controversy around the Chromecast, continued with a bevy of pre-IFA leaks and teasers, and some great Nexus news. But the event that got everyone talking was Hugo Barra’s surprise move to Xiaomi.
The Moto X is here, and we’re going to see just how well it stacks up against the Google Nexus 4! Can the Moto X rise above average in this versus? Find out in our review.
The Nexus 4 is arguably one of the finest Android smartphones ever made, and it is now available at a shockingly low price point. In India the Nexus 4 has a cult like following with a huge demand despite the higher prices than the US. At a price that’s better than what most consumers have to pay to sign a new contract that locks them in for two years, the Nexus 4 is an unbelievable value. If you’re on the fence about the latest crop of super high end 1080p devices, then worry not, for the Nexus 4 could be…
Factory images and binaries for the latest Android 4.3 versions (JSS15Q and JWR66Y) for the Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus are now available to download.
A new rumor says that an LG G2-based Nexus 5 will be launched at some point in October featuring Nexus 4-like affordable pricing.
The first Android builds starting with the letter K (presumably for Key Lime Pie) have been apparently spotted running on the Nexus 7 and Nexus 4.
The Moto X has already been branded as a midrange phone. However, the device actually did fairly well against the latest flagships in the specs department.
Kris is answering questions about the LG G2′s price, when the Galaxy S4 Android 4.3 update is coming and much more in this installment of AA Q&A.
Officially, the Nexus 7 (2013) features a Snapdragon S4 Pro system on a chip. A closer analysis reveals however, that the chip is very similar to a Snapdragon 600 proc, save for slightly lower clock speeds.
Android 4.3 is now out and it brings a lot of fun features. A feature that’s been hidden is the Permission Manager. We’ll tell what it is and how it works.