The LG G2 became official just yesterday, with LG taking the wraps off a quite impressive handset. That has us wondering, could it get the GPe treatment? Apparently not, at least according to an LG PR spokesperson.
Wishing Verizon supported the Google Play Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4? Now you can have the next best thing, a ported Google Play Edition ROM! Read on to learn more.
This week on Android Authority On Air the hot topic was Google Play Edition devices. The Android community seems to be split down the middle on this one. Is the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition all that it’s cracked up to be? Let us know what you think.
The arrival of the Google Play Editions of the Galaxy S4 and HTC One wasn’t without controversy. In this week’s Friday Debate, we talk about the Google Play Edition, and what they mean for the world of Android.
The One is a grand slam for HTC, and the Galaxy S4 is a healthy progression for Samsung’s feature lineup. What if those were Nexus devices?! The world wondered aloud, and looked crossly in the direction of LG’s subtle buzz generator.
Google has released the GPL licensed source code files for the Google Play Edition handsets, however the binary drivers or the factory firmware images aren’t being published. This has raised some interesting questions about how new versions of Android will be released for these phones.
If you thought the version of Android installed on the Google Play Editions of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One would be identical to AOSP, think again.
As expected, the big day has come! You can now get your hands on the Google Play Edition of the HTC One or Samsung Galaxy S4 – directly from Google Play. Read on to learn more!