Nexus 7 is the hot tablet in the Android world right now and while there are some decent improvements in terms of the specs, that doesn't mean your older model Nexus 7 will instantly turn into trash. Then again, some of those older model Nexus 7 tablets have been suffering from serious lag issues in recent months.
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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean yesterday and we are already beginning to see some third-party custom ROMs come available. While there are plenty of options available when it comes to ROMs, we suspect many think of CyanogenMod. That being the case, it seems the question many CyanogenMod users were likely wondering about has already been answered.
Android 4.3 yesterday. They detailed the changes that could be expected and even said the update would begin rolling out to Nexus devices that same day. And in addition, Google released the Android 4.3 factory images. The catch with all this, there is one Nexus branded device that has once again been snubbed in terms of the update.
Android 4.3 announcement from Google, Sony has offered some details in terms of which devices would be getting an update. So far there is talk of six Xperia devices getting the update to Android 4.3. And coming in addition there was also mention of some Android 4.2 plans as well as some plans to have devices jump from Android 4.1 to Android 4.3.
Android 4.3 will be limited to tablets, but it should be welcomed by those sharing that tablet with others.
70 million Android tablets activated. Of course, that number ties directly to the first topic that was discussed -- the new Nexus 7.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean earlier today during the 'breakfast' event. While they detailed the changes that one can expect with this update and mentioned how the update would begin rolling out to Nexus devices today -- there is also another aspect. That other is the release of the factory images and it looks like they have recently landed on the Google Developers site.
Nexus 7, Google also properly unveiled Android 4.3. In a bit of good news, they also confirmed that Android 4.3 would be rolling out to devices starting today. But before you begin refreshing the Nexus device you have in your hand -- continue through this post to see what goodies can be expected.
Galaxy S 4 Google Play edition smartphone ships with Android 4.2, however it looks like the release of Android 4.3 is just around the corner. Of course, we are expecting Google to make the official announcement next week. That event is also expected to bring details of the Nexus 7 2, but for now it is all about Android 4.3 on the Galaxy S 4 and a second (newer) build has recently been posted on xda.
event planned for next week. That event is scheduled for July 24th and speculation is pointing towards an official unveiling of Android 4.3 and the Nexus 7 2. We have seen plenty of rumor and speculation about both items recently, however it looks like the former has been leaked. Yes, Android 4.3 has leaked and the build is available for the Nexus 4.