Samsung might be looking to take advantage of Android 4.4 KitKat’s unique optimizations for low memory devices, with more than half a dozen mid to low-end Galaxy family members apparently due for chocolaty software updates in the future.
The final and stable release of CyanogenMod 10.2.0 is now available for supported devices, as the last and final major build based on Android 4.3.
Android 4.4 KitKat is now running on 1.1 percent of active Android devices, roughly a month after it was made available.
HTC’s next-gen flagship device, supposedly codenamed M8, has been fully detailed following its first benchmarking visit at AnTuTu and seems to carry a bittersweet spec sheet.
The Google Play Edition variant of the HTC One has begun receiving an update to Android 4.4 KitKat.
According to an alleged Samsung internal roadmap leaked to the press, the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 are to unsurprisingly score Android 4.4 updates the first in the company’s line-up, sometime in January 2014, followed soon after by the S3 and Note 2.
After going on record with concrete Android 4.4 KitKat update plans for a raft of spanking new devices currently running Jelly Bean, Sony has turned its attention to a few older and more technically modest gadgets, indirectly confirming they’re also due for software bumps.
Google-owned Motorola is moving mighty fast with Android 4.4 updates, rolling out the chocolaty new KitKat OS to the Verizon Moto X as we speak and working out the kinks of the OTA for close to a dozen other handhelds.
Debunking every single rumor between late last year and yesterday, an LG-made second-generation Nexus 10 has been pictured by two sources seemingly unconnected. Furthermore, the tab has been allegedly listed for a short while on a British online retailer with a full spec sheet.
In spite of HTC’s recent financial struggles and the brand’s descending relevance in the high-end smartphone landscape, the Taiwanese are not ready to call it quits just yet, having a pretty encouraging “M8” handheld in the pipeline.
Motorola has different plans for different markets in regards to Moto G’s rollout, as countries like Brazil and India are reportedly scoring the cheap powerhouse in a dual-SIM flavor, whereas Verizon US will be pairing the single-SIM with prepaid plans come Q1 2014.
The latest Android 4.4 software update is now available for both Nexus tablets.
There are only two days left until Motorola will make its spanking new Moto G official and the low-cost version of the Moto X is pretty much an open book following previous spills of information and two fresh tidbits.
When Google took the wraps off Android 4.4 KitKat, Galaxy Nexus owners were disappointed that the device wouldn’t be getting the newest version of the OS.
With Android 4.4 KitKat officially official, fully detailed and available already on a number of Nexus devices, it’s only a matter of time until gadgets not running stock versions of Google’s OS will also be bestowed upon the honor of savoring the latest chocolaty software treat.
It’s no longer a mystery in many ways smaller, more portable tablets are doing better than “full-sized” 10-inchers, at least as far as the Android landscape is concerned, but what is the perfect size after all? Is it seven inches a la Google’s Nexus 7?
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.
Following a genuine rumor overload that was cut short almost a little too late, Google Nexus 5 cravers are unsurprisingly faced with an availability news overload less than 24 hours after the phone’s glamour-free formal intro.
It’s been a few hours since Android 4.4 KitKat was (finally) made official, and Motorola and HTC have already confirmed that they’ll be updating select devices to the latest version of the OS.
How much hype is too much? We’re probably about to find out, as we’re in the midst of a genuine rumor overload starring possibly the worst kept secret in Android history, Google and LG’s Nexus 5.