Another carrier branded Galaxy Note II is getting an update. This time around the update is rolling out to AT&T users and the update as a whole will likely sound familiar as we recently saw it arriving for T-Mobile users.
We recently learned that Verizon and HTC were just about ready to begin rolling the Android 4.3 update to One users. The news the update had been approved came by way of Executive Director of Product Management at HTC who posts
Big news from Sony last week was the addition of a Google Play edition Z Ultra. This week we are once again hearing from Sony, but this time around they are talking updates for previously released devices. In this case, Sony has
Last we heard Verizon and HTC had delayed the Android 4.3 rollout for the One by a month. Unfortunately, as that news came back at the end of October, that means those carrying a Verizon branded HTC One have already waited longer
The Galaxy S III is far from the newest device on the market, but at the same time, it isn’t one that Samsung and the carriers are done with just yet. In fact, T-Mobile has just begun rolling out an update. The update is
T-Mobile has yet to formally announce, however according to some users reports, it looks as if they have begun rolling out an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The update is coming over-the-air and arriving as Android 4.3
C Spire Wireless launched the Galaxy S 4 back in July. The handset arrived with Android 4.2.2 and while an update to 4.3 was expected in time, the specific timeframe remained a mystery. But, it looks like the update has begun
The Android 4.3 update has been rolling out for those with a US Cellular and AT&T branded Galaxy S 4. And as of today, it looks like the same Jelly Bean update has begun for T-Mobile users. The carrier has the update
While many Android users are looking for updates to Android 4.4 or 4.3, there are still plenty of handsets that will be getting updated with older versions of Android. In this case we are looking towards Sony and T-Mobile.
Today we’ve been introduced to Motorola’s national and international strategy for taking command of the growing mid-tier smartphone market with the smartphone called Moto G. This device is set to be priced at a cool