Popular Chinese phone Xiaomi M1 receives a working build of CyanogenMod 10.1, brings Android 4.2.2 and stock Android UI to the party.
Bought a top of the line smartphone a few months back, and now feeling burned by how quickly newer, faster phones have been announced? Well, if you had bought the Sony XTRUD, you wouldn’t have had to deal with that feeling. Why so? Read past the jump!
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S4 Google Edition now available for download [UPDATE: Hands-on video]
SamMobile has on their hands the world’s first build of the unreleased Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS, for the Galaxy S4 Google Edition. Mind you, this firmware comes even before Google officially announces the new version of Jelly Bean to the world.
Whoa, where did this thing come from?!? And what exactly is it? Is it real or just a hoax? So many questions, just two photos and a short list of information that can’t really be verified for the time being.
Made official a few days ago, the latest candidate for the “world’s thinnest smartphone” title, the Umeox X5, continues to be a tough nut to crack. When will it come? How much it’ll cost? What other aces does it have up its sleeve besides the 5.6 mm “waist”?
The imminent demise of the popular Google Reader is near. The nonsensical decision to shut down Google Reader has left many online users wandering all over the internet to find a tool that can be called a “Worthy Google Reader Alternative”. Since the announcement, many developers stepped up and released RSS subscription services to take
Remember the snazzy-looking Newman N3 phone that was furiously making the rumor rounds mere weeks ago? Apparently, that’s not the only Newman gadget incoming, with a K2 in the pipeline as well.
Quite contrary to what the company originally declared, Huawei may indeed be working on an Ascend P6 Google Edition Smartphone.
First screenshots of an early Android 4.3 build running on the Galaxy S4 GT-i9505G Google Edition emerge. The phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 SoC.
Google is rumored to be developing its own Android game console, but can it avoid the potholes that the Ouya fell into?
Well this is interesting. Google looks like they’re reading to dive into a few spaces in consumer electronics from wearable tech all the way to the living room. They’ll even try fixing a past mistake.
More than seven months old and still stuck on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? I’m afraid that’s the ordeal owners of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 LTE have had to go through.
Have you noticed how phone sizes keep growing while tablets shrink by the day? It’s true, just think of Sony’s new 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra “phone” and Fuhu’s 5-inch Nabi Jr. “tablet”.
Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra fascinated us all with its beastly 6.4-inch Full HD screen, enthralled with the promise of Snapdragon 800 heat and enchanted with a massive 3,000 mAh battery, water and dust protection, as well as pencil and stylus support. But it’s probably time to become pragmatic.
Splash… The Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Edition phones, initially believed to receive official Android OS updates directly from Google, will in reality be getting updates from Samsung and HTC respectively… Bummer.
Is T-Mobile on a roll or what? The (still) number four wireless network in the States has ditched contracts not long ago, is planning to launch LTE-Advanced by the end of 2013 and might be the first to sell two very exciting phones – Nokia’s Lumia 925 and Sony’s Xperia Z.
One of the biggest stars of the rumor mill these past months, the nearly confirmed HTC One Mini, abruptly disappeared from our radar a couple of weeks back. But now it’s back and here to stay, as the latest word around the block is its release is happening very soon.
What’s more important for you, owning bleeding-edge technology no matter the cost or getting the best money can buy? If your answer is the latter, you might be interested in the ZTE Imperial, US Cellular’s new exclusive phone.
Looks like the Google Edition Galaxy S4 and HTC One Smartphones have more than just vanilla Android aboard. Here are some of the subtle but noticeable differences between Android 4.2.2 on the newly launched phones and the Google Nexus 4.
Looks like Nvidia’s Project Shield missed its deadline once again as the Tgra 4 based handheld Android gaming console slips for a July launch instead.