MoDaCo.SWITCH a short while back and while we saw a bit of detail and a screenshot at that time, there is now a video available. But first, MoDaCo.SWITCH will be available for the HTC One and it will allow users to (as the name would imply) switch. In this case the switch would be between Sense and the Google Play edition.
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Google Play edition smartphones have begun shipping as of today. This includes the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4 which are both available from the Play Store. These handsets originally went on sale back in late-June, however as of today they are actually available to ship. As had been, the HTC One is priced at $599 and the Galaxy S 4 is priced at $649.
Jelly Bean, but we're still waiting for it to arrive. After missing in action at Google I/O, it has shown up here and there but nothing has been made official. We've been seeing Android 4.3 a lot lately, and today have one more sighting of the latest OS clearing the Bluetooth certification process.
HTC One fans and owners. He's calling the new feature the MoDaCo Switch, and it will allow users to seamlessly switch from the stock HTC Sense UI software on the One to vanilla Android. Essentially turning your regular HTC One into the Google Play edition.
Google Play edition smartphones running stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The Galaxy S4 and HTC One with plain Android are available for all, but if you already own one from a carrier we've also got you covered. There's already an HTC ROM to make your One stock, and now Verizon Galaxy S4 owners can do the same.
arrived in the Play Store earlier in the week and while there has been rumors of similar handsets from other manufacturers, it now looks as if there may be one coming from Huawei. There has yet to be an official announcement, however Kevin Ho, the president of the handset product division at Huawei has recently been talking about the device.
came available for sale yesterday and it looks like we have already begun seeing some goodies as a result. Earlier in the day we saw the the Camera app and a red phase beam live wallpaper come available for download. While those are a few smaller bits, there is also word of a new ROM based on the Google Edition HTC One.
Google released the completely stock Android 4.2.2 powered Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One "Google Play Edition" phones to the Play Store yesterday, many were excited to see a few neat new things. The devices have a custom (Android 4.3) looking Camera, one which will probably head into the Play Store (like the keyboard) as well as the red phase beam live wallpaper. Today we have both available for you right now.
Samsung and HTC both launched their respective flagship top-tier smartphones on the Google Play Store running stock Android. Originally called Google Edition phones, now the Play Store has them listed as "Google Play editions" and we're learning they might not get the update treatment we all thought.
GALAXY S 4 Google Edition was officially announced. Since that point we have also seen an announcement for the HTC One Google Edition as well as rumors dealing with others such as Motorola, Sony and OPPO.