Google has released new data that indicates Kitkat is now making its chocolaty charm on 33.9% of Android devices. How soon will Lollipop topple it?
Having decided to forgo Kitkat just a few weeks back, Huawei has decided it’s USA Ascend Mate2 will indeed be receiving Lollipop in the first half of 2015.
A quick look at the major accomplishment Google has achieved with Android, from a naming perspective, complete with a sweet visual.
Android version breakdown data has been released and KitKat and Jelly Bean rule the chart, comprising over 80% of all builds. What will happen after 5.0?
Released only a few months ago, Huawei just announced that its Ascend Mate 2 phablet will not receive a KitKat update. Comments on the OEM’s website tell all.
We want to make the best out of these cheap Android One smartphones. This is why Google has just released the Android One KitKat kernel source.
KitKat, the latest version of Android, is gaining ground, now running on almost a quarter of all Android devices, while older versions such as FroYo and Gingerbread are on the decline.
The ZTE Open C is ZTE’s second smartphone designed specifically for Firefox OS. But the good news is that the device can also run Android 4.4.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 users were starting to lose hope by this point, but Verizon has finally come around and given their phablet users a good taste of KitKat.
Recently, Chitika’s ad network released their own statistics showing that 37 percent of devices in North America used their site with KitKat installed. In April, just 10 percent of phones browsing Chitika’s ad network ran KitKat. Chitika’s statistic show that Samsung devices have the most KitKat users while Google phones were the first to get the latest update.