Sony Xperia Z has been released nearly a month before the actual device is speculated to launch. This is great news for the open source developer community and it earns Sony some brownie points in the eyes of Android users. Sony has an impressive track record of releasing source code for its developers immediately upon the release of its devices.
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Samsung Galaxy S IV. The model number on the benchmark is SHV-E300S, which is the same model number as the previously tipped Korean Samsung Galaxy S IV. What's surprising is that it looks like the S IV won't be carrying an Exynos 5 Octa processor like the rumors have said, and instead will carry a Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor.
takju Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi), or a Nexus 10, you should be able to update to Android 4.2.2 if you haven’t already. The update should be available through your settings page, but if not, just sit tight.
Samsung Galaxy Note II. With Samsung’s Android devices being the devices consumers opt for, LG wanted to bring a phone into the market that would sway more people into its direction. This information comes directly from LG, who confirmed the information through its Facebook as well as its social website. Right now they’ve only released a teaser of their device, but they promise to reveal more information in the days to come. While it’s great to know that the device will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, we would also love to know where these devices will be released. We’d like to know if this device will be available in multiple countries, or if it’d be only available in South Korea. We’d also like to know which variant of the LG Optimus G Pro we’ll see in the U.S.