Android 4.4 KitKat is now running on 1.1 percent of active Android devices, roughly a month after it was made available.
Xolo may not have any fancy ongoing Black Friday promotions for its crowd-pleasing smartphones, but the OEM that’s close to snatch Samsung’s Indian mobile crown has bargain hunters more than covered with a brand new dirt-cheap handheld.
Google has released the latest Android distribution numbers, and things are looking up, with Jelly Bean now running on more than 50 percent of devices.
The multiple iterations of Android Jelly Bean gained market share steadily in the last month, according to the latest Android platform distribution numbers released by Google.
While the G2 was undoubtedly the biggest star of yesterday’s LG New York event, being also probably the coolest Android phone around, a more modest mid-ranger was also (quietly) introduced as part of the press conference that wrapped up less than 24 hours ago.
Google has made all Play Store-equipped Android devices running Gingerbread or higher more secure by making the malware scanner feature a part of Google Play Services, an app that is installed automatically on all Android 2.3+ devices.
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.
Virgin Mobile USA, one of Sprint’s prepaid subsidiaries, may not have a reputation for selling the cream of the Android crop, but when it comes to budget-conscious devices, the network is almost unbeatable. The latest such phone to be up for grabs via Virgin is the Samsung Galaxy Ring.
Vodafone UK has earlier today unveiled one of the most modest Android smartphones in the world, which just happens to be one of the cheapest as well. Read on for the full pricing details and the thing’s (lackluster) spec sheet.
Just as hope started to fade away, AT&T users of the original Samsung Galaxy S2 (model number SGH-I777) are being treated to the much awaited and oft-delayed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
Following Optimus F7′s US Cellular release, LG is preparing to make another mid-range smartphone available on an American carrier. The F3 will thus go on sale on June 14 via Sprint for an affordable $30 with 24-month contracts.