There’s plenty of time to finish your Christmas shopping, especially if you’re on the lookout for cheap, on-contract, high-end Android devices.
As 2012 nears its final days, it’s exciting to look back over the past 12 months from an Android fan perspective and then try to pick out the representative Android smartphone of the year that is about to end.
HTC confirmed back in July that it will upgrade the One XL to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Fast forward to December, it seems the update has now hit the phone in several markets, U.S. not included.
HTC has released an update to their very popular One X. But are all the changes worth the new device? Josh gives his thoughts.
Two smartphones in Australia are getting upgraded to Jelly Bean today; the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Telstra and the HTC One X on Vodafone and Optus. Have you gotten yours?
While Samsung Galaxy S3 owners on Rogers are already enjoying their Jelly Bean treat, those sporting other devices that have been promised the software upgrades aren’t as lucky. The carrier’s latest Android 4.1 rollout schedule reveals that the updates for some phones have been pushed back.
What happens when the relatively newcomer in the Android stage is trying to take on the seasoned player, which admittedly has seen better days, but still got some fighting spirit left? Will the Oppo Find 5 emerge victorious against the HTC One X+? Let’s pit the two and find out.
Chinese website dgtle.com took Sony Xperia TX’s 13 MP shooter for a quick spin, comparing it with the 8 MP cameras of the iPhone 5, 4S, Xiaomi MI-2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X.
PlayStation Certification has been a right reserved for a select few Sony devices. Recently, HTC worked out a deal to get some of their devices PlayStation Certified. Now, HTC is adding three more devices to the list.
It’s been a while since the last time HTC officially tackled the “Jelly Bean situation”, and, with only one phone being currently upgraded (and rather slowly), you can say things aren’t looking good for people still on ICS.