ZTE Grand X LTE smartphone running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What we have here a device similar to the recently announced Mimosa X, and it runs on the new Qualcomm processor with LTE in a single chip, one of the first of its kind. Check out our hands-on below.
Monthly Archive: June 2013
Ice Cream Sandwich update news is appearing this afternoon. While all the hype as of late has been about the Galaxy S III, it's older smaller brother the Galaxy S II is finally getting Android 4.0 ICS over on AT&T. They have two models, and this is the standard 4.3-inch original SGSII, not the Skyrocket. More details below.
Gameloft have finally released the official gameplay trailer for Asphalt 7: Heat -- and it looks awesome. We've seen a few screenshots and video from E3, but now it's finally available for iOS and will hit Android on the 25th.
Jelly Bean will be the next iteration of Android. We'll probably know for sure come next week at Google IO but lets look at the details.
Nexus Tablet and if we're lucky -- Project Glass. Just in time for Google IO (since it's all about developers) the Android Developer's site has been completely redesigned and it looks awesome. Oh, and is that a Nexus tablet I see next to the Galaxy Nexus? Let those rumors start in 3,2,1..
DROID Bionic is getting some slightly good news today. While we are still awaiting the official update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich it looks like the folks from Motorola are getting close. Personally I think the Bionic should get updated before the RAZR, but that's just me. Today however the near-final Android 4.0.4 build has leaked and is available to all.
Galaxy S III has arrived stateside and those on the T-Mobile network can run to your nearest store and pick up the new flagship device, or it should be arriving in the mail shortly. Sadly Samsung appears to be having a bit of a product vs demand issue and almost all carriers are having to make adjustments, and T-Mobile is one of them.
announced that it is beginning to roll out the latest software update for its Xperia S smartphone. The new update will bring new media applications and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich to the mobile phone. Among the new features the update will bring you are Walkman, Album, and Movies applications.
Swiftkey, has just left its beta tag behind and as of right now is finally available to everyone in the Google Play Store. We've talked about SwiftKey 3 here plenty as we're big fans of the newest version out. Head below for more details, screenshots, video, and download links.
Google Maps is continuing strong today with an announcement that their live traffic updates and info is being added to 7 new countries across the globe, and being expanded and improved in another 19. With more than 900,000 Android devices activated daily we're happy to have Google Maps and all its options.