Android 4.0 will bring a wealth of UI changes and help the G9 series compete with other tablets after the holidays.
Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY wasn't nearly as popular as many thought it would be, but now there are a few rumors and details going around showing we might be seeing a newer, faster 4G LTE version hit the streets from Verizon. The original wasn't the famed device we expected and had pretty mediocre specs to go with those mediocre sales.
4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will arrive and today Motorola has made the process even more clear. They stated the DROID RAZR would see ICS early next year and also unlock bootloaders, but we've heard that chime from them before. Today Motorola breaks down the process but I'm not sure how I feel about the news.
22 new markets and another list will be activated on November 17th, today they've just announced another round of upgrades coming in mid December.
Ice Cream Sandwich as we speak and are trying to device and determine their upgrade plans. We can expect many of their newer device will most likely receive Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, otherwise many users will be angry and they don't want to relive the Desire Gingerbread debacle.
190 million, but that didn't make any distinction between late-model, high-end smartphones and the lower-end phones that have been filling out carriers' line ups lately. According to analyst firm In-Stat, the number of low-end Android phones (under $150 USD unlocked) alone will jump to 339 million over the next four years, spurred on by Android's flexibility and other mobile operating systems' lack of competition in the space. But that isn't necessarily a good thing for everyone.
reports on the OTA update, bringing the new Android Market to Honeycomb and more, and today Verizon has made it official and posted the update details and changelog information.
HTC's Facebook page.