The two Google Play Edition phones are now receiving a security update that first hit Nexus devices in late August.
The two Google Play Edition phones, which run stock Android, are currently being updated to Android 4.3, a little over a week after the launch of the new version.
The HTC One Google Play Edition is available to buy, and we’re going to show you just how well it performs against the original One, the aluminum handset that invoked a lot of discussion among the Android community. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Developer Paul O’Brien released a video demo of his upcoming MoDaCo.SWITCH tool for switching between the stock Android ROM and the Sense ROM on the HTC One.
Folks over at XDA have managed to flash the Google Play Edition HTC One’s bootloader and recovery to a regular HTC One, bringing the handset one step closer to a full GPE conversion.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 isn’t the only device that got the Google Play Edition treatment. Indeed, HTC got a slice of the pie, too. Enter, the HTC One Google Play Edition. Curious to know more? Find out in our review.
Right on schedule, the Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One handsets have begun shipping out from Google, so keep an eye out for your tracking number.
The HTC One Google Play edition smartphone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean has been spotted with the Bluetooth SIG. Read on for more details!
This week, we got a bunch of contradicting rumors about the Note 3, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and SmartWatch 2 landed, the Google Play Edition phones stirred some controversy, WSJ spilled the beans on Google’s plans for the rest of the year, and Android 4.3 leaked in all its glory.
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.