The LG G3 seems to be the center of attention these past days. But while the leaked photos keep on coming, they sometimes generate more questions than answers, like this latest batch spotted from Amazon's German catalog, courtesy of MobileGeeks.
Samsung's customized Android has received a lot of flack, and not without good reason. But throwing the baby out with the bath water isn't exactly a good idea either and Android, especially the vanilla one, sometimes leave some things to be desired. Here are five rather unique features that may make you think twice about thinking that nothing good can come out of TouchWiz.
Security vulnerabilities, especially in software, isn't completely unheard of, but very few are portrayed as being deliberately included for the benefit of certain individuals. Such is the picture that is being painted about a number of Samsung's Galaxy smartphones, at least according to developers of a different kind Android replacement.
Owners of Samsung's 2013 flagships from across the pond should have something to celebrate today. The awaited Android 4.4 update for the Galaxy S 4 as well as the Galaxy Note 3 has been reported to be now flowing out to users in the UK.
Owners of the Galaxy Note 3 on T-Mobile's network have reason to rejoice today. A firmware update has just been pushed out that bears not only Android 4.4.2 but also enhancements to Samsung's custom TouchWiz.
It may sound shocking or even unbelievable, but Samsung might finally be stopping its antics in cheating benchmarking software. This new and more proper behavior is tipped to arrive on devices that will be updated to Android 4.4.
Samsung has officially announced the Chromebook 2 Series. This updated Chromebook will be available in 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch configurations. The specs have some similarities across the board, however there are a few key differences between each of the models. Most notably, the 11.6-inch model has a display resolution of 1366 x 768 with the 13.3-inch model stepping up to Full HD at 1920 x 1080.
Continuing its stream of updates, AT&T has just released another batch of updates to smartphones under its care. But while Galaxy Note 3 owners will find themselves a bit disappointed, the Galaxy S 4 camp will rejoice with the arrival of the long-awaited Android 4.4 update.
A leak from earlier in the week suggested US Cellular was getting ready to begin the Kit Kat rollout for Galaxy Note 3 users. And well, a quick check of the US Cellular Android downloads page is showing the update has begun. Simply put, if you are carrying a US Cellular branded Galaxy Note 3 -- your Android 4.4.2 update is on the way.