Tag "Jelly Bean"
Install the yet-announced version of Android on the standard Samsung Galaxy S4.
The new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build has been spotted on a Samsung Galaxy S4 and looks to be fully functioning on both the standard model as well as the
The HTC One Nexus Edition, which arrives on June 26, will pick up an Android 4.3 update in the weeks following its release. A tweet from oft-accurate HTC ROM developer
Well, this is certainly interesting. A list of HTC devices expected to receive Android 4.3 updates has surfaced before Google has even confirmed that such a version of Android exists.
An LG Nexus 4 running Android 4.3 has been spotted a mobile conference taking place in Thailand this week. As you can see from the images here the Nexus smartphone
The HTC One is set to receive its Android 4.2.2 update in the very near future, according to trusted tweeter @LlabTooFeR. A number of tweets over the last few days
To the dismay of a few of us, Google I/O 2013 did not reveal the much-rumored white version of the LG Nexus 4. Okay, so not officially, bit was here.
A new LG smartphone has been spotted on Sprint’s website, potentially leading to a successor to the LG Optimus G. Found with the model number LS980, the handset looks to run
Android 4.1+ Jelly Bean has moved ahead of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in terms of popularity among versions of the platform. That said, both still trail the Gingerbread build
Samsung announced on Monday that the new generation of Samsung Galaxy Tab will arrive starting in May. Known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, the 7-inch Android tablet will come
Verizon’s latest member of the Jelly Bean club is the Motorola Droid Bionic, reports the carrier today. The Android 4.1.2 update begins rolling out in phases starting on April 15
Huawei is not the leading smartphone brand in the world, but they do have a tendency to introduce phones that can hang with the best of them. Take for instance
The Google Now (Google Search) app for Android 4.1 devices or later has been updated to include a number of handy features. As you’ve guessed by the headline, you can
Nearly one year after it was announced, Android 4.1+ powers one out of every four Android devices. The monthly developer dashboard figures are out and it shows that while Jelly