Though Sony already has a wide array of choices for budget-focused Android enthusiasts, the recently unveiled Xperia E managed to grab our attention with two tiny details – its low, low price, but mostly the running of 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Everybody loves pioneers and road-openers, so you can imagine EE’s brave first UK venture into the high-speed 4G jungle has been welcomed mostly with excitement and enthusiasm.
The redemption page for Google Play Store gift cards has gone live in the UK version of the Play Store but there’s still no way for UK users to buy the Gift Cards.
UK’s EE has announced that it will launch the 4G service in 17 new cities and towns by March 2013. The carrier is also upgrading the 3G network in the country to DC-HSPA+.
Google has confirmed that it’s bringing the Play Store’s selection of digital magazines to UK customers, with the service expected to go live in the evening of December 12. Although you can already browse through the available titles now, you can’t buy anything yet.
The UK-based Storage Options has been testing the Android waters for quite some time now. Having previously released some Android powered tablets, Storage Option is yet again expanding the list of “options”.
Finally putting the weary minds of many Nexus 4 owners at ease, we’re now hearing reports that the black bumper for the latest Nexus phone is on its way to some lucky UK customers.
Yesterday we told you that the Nexus 4 would again be available for sale in the UK and Germany after 5PM local times, and it looks like interested buyers almost immediately purchased the available units.
If you live in Germany or the UK and tried to get the Nexus 4 from the Play Store to no avail, you now have another chance. Users in the two countries that signed up for updates related to the Nexus 4 have received an email from Google informing them that the coveted device will go on sale again, today December 4, at 5pm local time.
After being hit by a series of bad news in the past months, it looks like Sony Mobile can end 2012 on a good note. The Xperia maker has snatched the title of the second best-selling Android manufacturer in the UK from HTC.