Tag: Android 4.4 Kit Kat

Android 4.4 speculated to have new location settings features

As the expected unveiling of Android 4.4 KitKat draws closer, rumors, tips, and theories about the new version of the Android operating system are...

Android 4.4 screen grabs offer early look, tip upcoming features

It looks like another Android 4.4 Kit Kat leak has surfaced. This latest leak is arriving as a series of images and as such,...

Android 4.4 could give you the ability to customize the theme of your device

If you’re a bit concerned with those grey icons we’ve been seeing pop up on Android 4.4, you may not need to be. Myce,...

Android 4.4 Kit Kat build KRS74H spotted in leaked log files

If the rumors play out as we are expecting, Google will be announcing the Nexus 5 and offering some additional details on Android 4.4...

Nexus 5 boasts impressive graphics performance in benchmark

We're hopefully just counting days before the expected announcement of the highly anticipated Google Nexus 5 smartphone in October. In the meantime, we'll...

Android 4.4 KitKat October release confirmed by Nestle

Google might be keeping a somewhat tight lip about its plans for the launch of Android 4.4, but they can't prevent its partners, or...

Nexus 5 rumored to be the LG D820, Snapdragon 800, 5-inch display seen in...

A few days ago we spotted what could possibly be the new Nexus 5 smartphone in Google's Android 4.4 KitKat video. Now it seems...

Android 4.4 name announcement brings candy related spoofs from Kit Kat

Google attracted quite a bit of attention earlier this morning when they dropped the name for an upcoming Android release. We are referring to...

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Google Assistant updates, improvements announced at CES 2020

Google usually makes major announcements during the Google I/O which happens May of each year but it's taking advantage of this year's biggest tech...

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review: a few steps shy of...

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