CyanogenMod 10.1 is the current stable build at the moment, however work has already begun on CM10.2. We have seen some nightly builds released for those looking to begin playing with Android 4.3 (CM10.2) but it looks like that is not the only work coming from the CyanogenMod team at the moment. In short, they have just announced some additional device support.
The officially supported list has been expanded to include a few additional Samsung smartphones as well as a handful of Motorola smartphones. The interesting part here, these aren’t all brand new devices. In fact, it was said that some of these devices have been a “work in progress for quite some time.” The handset being referred to with that comment was the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G (apexqtmo) which was first teased back in October 2012.
That aside, the other Samsung handset is the C Spire branded Galaxy S 4 (jfltecsp). Shifting over to the Motorola handsets and we find the following;
- Motorola Atrix HD (mb886)
- Motorola Photon Q (GSM xt897)
- Motorola Photon Q (CDMA xt897c)
- Motorola DROID RAZR M (xt907)
- Motorola RAZR HD (GSM xt925)
- Motorola DROID RAZR HD (CDMA xt926)
The additional device support will likely be welcomed by users sporting any of these handsets and it looks like there is still more to come. Details coming from the CyanogenMod team also go on to mention how this is “only the first wave” and the will have “more in the near future.”
Further good news for these handsets mention how they are all (with the exception of the C Spire Galaxy S 4) set and in line with CM10.2. As always, those looking for CyanogenMod will be able to download the ROMs by heading to the get.cm website. Once there it is just a matter of choosing whether you want release candidate, M snapshot, nightly, experiments or stable and then finding your handset in the list.