Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates to Nexus S phones on select carriers Friday night, but unfortunately earlier in the week the company announced that it was having some trouble keeping 16GB Nexus 7 tablets in stock. As a result, the 16GB Nexus 7s now have an estimated delivery time of 3-4 weeks when shipping from the Google Play Store, so unless you're okay with picking up an 8GB model instead, you might be left waiting for a Nexus 7.
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Nexus 7 tablet started shipping out to all those patient (and some impatient) customers on Friday, but that's only some of the news. Head below for your weekly brief.
Jelly Bean, Galaxy Nexus news, and of course the Galaxy S III. Developers have been hard at work porting Jelly Bean to multiple devices, and we're back for another round-up of all the Android news from this past week. You'll surely want to hit all the links below to ease that news craving.
Galaxy S III here in the US. T-Mobile and AT&T both unleashed the flagship smartphone into the wild, although only in limited supply, and the masses can now enjoy Samsung's latest creation. Next week however will be all about Google I/O. By the end of next week we'll hopefully be talking about Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and beyond.
Galaxy S III again today, as it will be hitting store shelves for the masses in the next few days. Are you buying one? Then we saw plenty of news from Verizon, Google I/O is on the horizon and more.
long-awaited end to Oracle's patent trial, and HTC's EVO 4G LTE has been cleared through customs and away from the litigious hands of Apple's patents. Shipments are arriving to pre-orders now, with a little something extra. That's the best news you'll hear all week.
HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE are both in customs limbo, though HTC has already worked around Apple's software patent. In related news, a Delaware court ordered the sparring companies to enter mediation in August.
all of our CTIA stories here. For a lighter look at the more important bits, check out our CTIA wrapup. Oh, and don't forget to enter our latest giveaway to celebrate the anniversary of NVIDIA's Tegra Zone. There was plenty of other stuff to catch your attention as well, so without further ado, let's get going.
Galaxy S III announcement to talk about. But we'll definitely be talking about that first. Android Community was present at Samsung's London event to bring you all the juicy details, which you can find in our wrap-up feature. Long story short: the Galaxy S III is big, powerful, crammed with custom software... and a little on the bland side as far as design goes.
Google Drive. We've got hands-on impressions and a comparison of competitors for you to enjoy. Also notable this week was Google's return to retail with the $399 GSM Galaxy Nexus on the Google Play Store, and another look at Project Glass courtesy of Charlie Rose.