Tagged: Ice Cream Sandwich
MetroPCS already offer a few different Android smartphones from ZTE, but it looks like they'll soon be getting another one to add to their lineup. The device pictured below has leaked over on Twitter by @evleaks, and looks to be a rather mid-range smartphone headed to the regional carrier soon.
@evleaks have been quite busy this week, and now have released another image for us all to enjoy. This time around we sure don't have any specs or details, but can clearly see a nice smartphone and on-screen navigation buttons.
Pantech has never been a major leader in the Android handset business, they’ve been a relatively good choice when it comes to budget devices. The company’s newest smartphone, the Flex, is Pantech’s first attempt at making a real contender while still keeping the price on the down-low. It’s available now on AT&T’s network for just $20 after signing a two-year contract. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and a large 4.3-inch display -- all of which are crucial ingredients to a powerhouse device. However, since specs aren’t everything, we have to dig deeper into the Pantech Flex to see if it can compete with the likes of HTC, Nokia, or even Samsung. Let’s see how it fares.
Samsung Captivate Glide through AT&T, then you'll probably like this next bit of news. AT&T has announced that the long-awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update will be available for the Captivate Glide starting tomorrow, November 10. Of course, it's now been over a year since Android 4.0 was released and there are even a few devices running Android 4.2 these days, but who's really keeping track of that stuff anyway?
Nexus 4, and they released their new flagship device, the Optimus G, just recently on AT&T. However, LG isn't just about the high-end game. They came out with a set of mid-range Optimus devices throughout the summer, and their latest one is the Optimus L9, which was released through T-Mobile on Halloween. We ended up getting our hands on one and decided to run it through its paces to see if it's worthy of the $79.99 price tag. Let's see how it fared.
Viper 4G LTE we have some good news this afternoon. The LG Viper 4G LTE is set to finally get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich starting today, and it will be arriving for all users over the next few weeks. The Now Network has just green lit the update and it's rolling out as we speak. More details below.
Jelly Bean, and the solid growth of Ice Cream Sandwich.
LG Optimus L9 - the new handset has officially launched at T-Mobile. The L9 doesn't fetch too steep a price, which makes it a good choice for those who need a decent handset on the cheap. Make no mistake, the L9 isn't going to be burning up the benchmarks, but it should be a suitable device for those who don't need to have the latest and greatest.
US Cellular is primed to get a brand new Motorola handset, this one called the Electrify M. As the name implies, it isn't all that different from the popular DROID RAZR M, and to make things even better, it'll be compatible with US Cellular's 4G LTE network. It's also relatively inexpensive, provided you sign a two-year contract and take advantage of a $100 mail-in rebate.