The Xperia Z1 Compact is the first non-Nexus device to be updated to Android 4.4.4, ahead of even the Xperia Z2, Sony’s current flagship phone.
The Android 4.4.4 update comes less than a month after Android 4.4.3 was rolled out, making it one of the quickest updates Google has ever pushed out.
Samsung is rolling out the latest version of Android to quite a few of its devices today, including two of its flagships in the US and the largest phone in its lineup.
The update brings the latest and greatest version of Android to Sony’s early 2013 Xperia lineup.
Samsung is expected to update a slew of its mid-range and high-end handsets to Android 4.4 KitKat by June.
The update is rolling out to the international variant of Samsung’s second-generation phablet flagship.
The KitKat update brings the controversial smart glasses to the latest version of Android and adds a slew of new features.
The April update for Nvidia’s handheld game console brings an upgraded operating system, better controller-mapping software, and other substantial features.
Android 4.4 adoption more than doubled over a one-month period ending April 1st.
LG’s yesteryear flagship is now being treated to the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update across the globe.
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z could soon get a considerably improved successor, details of which heave leaked online ahead of Mobile World Congress.
Jelly Bean grows while Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich cede market share.
A new rumor suggests that Samsung’s 2012 flagships, the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, will start receiving their Android 4.4 KitKat updates by the end of March.
The LG G2 will start receiving its KitKat treat outside South Korea by the end of January, at least in Saudi Arabia.
Samsung has reportedly flipped the switch and begun rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the LTE variant of the Galaxy Note 3.
The Nexus 5 is one of the most powerful phones on the market, and is vastly more affordable than its competition. Here’s a look at how it stacks up against some of the more popular high-end phones on the market, and why it just might dominate the market.
Following a video Google released yesterday, which was simultaneously an ad for the upcoming Android 4.4 ‘KitKat’ and a good-humored parody of Apple’s Johnny Ive, Nokia’s German branch released a somewhat less subtle jab at Google on its Twitter account.
Well, Google just put the kibosh on all the speculation about Key Lime Pie. The next Android version will instead be called KitKat, kicking off a new tradition of naming Android releases after chocolates as total Android device activations cross the one billion mark.