Android 4.3 update to many of Samsung's flagship devices is experiencing a rather tumultuous and uncertain ride. But while the update for the international model of the Samsung Galaxy S III has been put on hold indefinitely, AT&T is pushing through with the roll out for its customers.
Nexus 5 who might have been slightly disappointed not to see the manufacturer's new KnockOn feature may now have a way to get their fix. That is, if they're willing to take the adventure in installing a custom Android kernel on their smartphone.
smartwatch dream, and the hype, lives on, at least for the creators and supporters of the Neptune Pine smartwatch. Now that its Kickstarter campaign has reached its funding target, the project is now looking towards stretch goals that seek to give its users and even better smartphone, or, rather, smartwatch, experience.
Samsung offered a rather drastic proposal to help improve the situation but was shot down by major wireless carriers in the US.
HTC's high-end smartphones are probably getting a tad anxious with the lack of news about their devices. In a series of tweets, HTC USA is assuring its customers that the much awaited Android 4.4 update, and even the delayed Android 4.3, will be coming to their devices before January 2014 is over.
LG has been showing off the self healing ability of the G Flex smartphone recently. The video they released had the handset being scuffed with a bronze brush in even strokes, which as many decided -- that may not be an accurate real world test. Thankfully though, we have the internet and that means someone is generally going to be willing to step up.
ZTE recently announced the nubia Z5S and Z5S mini, however it looks like there are still some unannounced nubia branded devices. An image of the nubia Z7 has leaked and well, it appears as if ZTE is venturing into the world of oversized smartphones. Details of the handset point towards it arriving with a 6.44-inch 1080p display.
ZTE nubia Z5S had been leaking. Those early leaks were suggesting a handset with a 5-inch display and Snapdragon 800 processor. And well, it looks like that is what ZTE has unveiled. Or, at least part of what ZTE has unveiled. You see, along with the 5-inch nubia Z5S, there was also word of the nubia Z5S mini with a not-so-mini 4.7-inch display.
Meizu MX3, for example, which is possibly the world's first smartphone to sport a large 128 GB internal storage.