The Galaxy S4 and HTC One with Nexus user experience have sent shockwaves through the Android community. But which phone should you buy on June 26th? Stick around as we analyze the two smartphones so that you can make the right decision.
We look at back at this week in Android – the white Nexus 4, Moto X, the HTC One Google Edition and more.
In this Friday Debate, we try to answer the age old question – which is better, stock or skins? Each camp has some good arguments, but ultimately it may be just a question of taste. Still, that probably won’t stop anyone from arguing.
A known HTC developer revealed on Twitter that the HTC One Nexus Edition would be updated to Android 4.3 a few weeks after its launch.
HTC has indicated that it is considering options for existing HTC One owners who may prefer a stock Android experience over the Sense UI.
Earlier today we learned that the HTC One “Google Edition” is coming in late June. There is a lot to love about the HTC One GE, but there is also some sacrifice, such as losing some of HTC’s special features and software.
Google’s Sundar Pichai just announced the long rumored HTC One “Google Edition” – the device will run Android 4.2.2 AOSP and will be available starting June 26.
The mythical HTC One Google Edition may see an extremely limited release at launch. Read on to find out what we know.
In this Friday Debate, we discuss the new Google Edition Android flagships and what they mean for the Android ecosystem. Join us in the comments.
New reports indicate that the HTC One Google Edition would be unveiled at some point in the coming weeks and launch only in the USA. Read on to find out more details!