HTC released an official statement on the status of the Android 4.2 for the HTC One. While no timeline was offered, the statement clarifies that the update is indeed coming to the HTC One soon.
In this Back to Basics edition, we take a look at the history of Android, each major version, and what you should know about each one to buy a good Android device.
Good news for users of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 – your phone is getting a Jelly Bean update as we speak! More in the rest of the article.
It took Sony longer to deliver the Xperia S Jelly Bean update. But now, after a bit of a long wait, it’s finally here.
The much anticipated Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Ace 2 GT-I8160P model has gone live in Germany, with other regions set to follow suit shortly after. Read on for more details!
Bell and Rogers Samsung Galaxy Note users should be happy to hear that their devices are currently getting updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Just as Telus has promised, some Jelly Bean goodness is coming in your direction, provided you’re using a Samsung Galaxy Note. Read the article for more details on getting the update.
With 38.5% of Android users still running Gingerbread is it time to re-consider the fragmented Android ecosystem, or is the OS stronger than ever due to a wide range of supported devices?
According to Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii, the next version will be 4.3 Jelly Bean, and not 5.0 Key Lime Pie. There are several reasons leading to this conclusion, the first of which involve server logs.
An unconfirmed report is claiming that the HTC One X’s update to Android 4.2.2 in June will be the last it gets, meaning that it won’t receive Key Lime Pie.