US release of the Moto G.
Tagged: week in review
week for Android users, specifically, for those carrying a Moto X and hoping to get Kit Kat. Motorola is making good on an earlier promise to have Android 4.4 available and those carrying a Verizon Wireless or T-Mobile Moto X received the update earlier in the week. The update recently began arriving for AT&T users as well. Of course, along with the Moto X, Kit Kat has begun arriving for some Nexus device users.
HTC, Facebook and more we have everything you've missed this week in Android news. Obviously the star of the week was Facebook, but that isn't all that happened so catch up on everything you've missed below.
CES coming up early next year that will surely ease many hearts and minds, as well as make a few new smartphone buyers envious of what's coming soon. Below we'll have a quick rundown on some of the important Android news from the past week.
LG Nexus 4 the wait is still a little long, but we're hearing they are shipping at a faster rate as of late to those who have ordered. Samsung had plenty of announcements, and Motorola had a lot of update news. Read on for the full rundown of the past week.
the Samsung Nexus 10, LG Nexus 4, and 32GB Nexus 7 (along with a new HSPA+ model), despite the fact that it had to cancel its Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. Later on in the week, we went hands-on with the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4, before bringing you full reviews of each device on Friday. With each running Android 4.2 out of the box and each packing a number of new features, we're going to have suggest that any Android fan at least give them a look.
Nexus device made their way around, and Google's major Android event scheduled for tomorrow was suddenly cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. Read on for more of this past week's best Android news.
Google, since they had two major bits of news. The first being Google's officially scheduled an Android event for October 29th, so be ready for some Android 4.2 and Nexus news next Monday. Read on below for the rest from Google, HTC, Motorola and more.