The HTC Thunderbolt has been the buggiest handset released by HTC in the last year and a half. The handset was updated from Froyo to Gingerbread, but many doubted it would see an official Ice Cream Sandwich update after HTC decided to scratch the HTC Desire HD from the list.
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Now that Google has released the Nexus 7, and rolled out updates for the Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.1, we’re already looking forward to what’s next. We’re fairly confident the next big update to hit Android will be known as Key Lime Pie, but when will we finally see it?
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Looking to get a head-start on the IFA announcements from the major Android players, Acer has unveiled two new Android 4.0.4 powered handsets – the Liquid Gallant and Liquid Gallant Duo. Both handsets are identical, save for a second SIM card slot on the Liquid Gallant Duo for those who simply can’t ... Read More »
If you we’ve been hoping for a refreshed Sony Xperia S with a more powerful processor that could compete with the Samsung galaxy S III and the HTC One X, you’re probably not going to be happy with the new Sony Xperia SL. We’re heard rumors about a refreshed Xperia S for some time, but we definitely were not ... Read More »
HTC got roughed up by the blogging community when it announced that it would not update the HTC Desire HD to Android 4.0. Since the internal hardware of the HTC Desire HD is similar to that of the HTC Incredible S (which did receive the update), we were initially a bit perplexed by HTC’s decision.
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A handful of popular Android devices released over the last two years are all either seeing updates today or preparing for updates in the near future. There’s everything from minor security upgrades to major updates to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.
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A week after releasing the Android 4.0.4 update for the AT&T HTC One X, HTC is now releasing the update for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 powered HTC One X in Europe. While the underlying version of Android may be the same, some of the new features and bug fixes are slightly different since ... Read More »
Announced today on the official CM blog, Android 4.0 based CyanogenMod 9 stable builds will be released for a handful of devices tonight.
For months now, developers from all over the world have been joining forces, working together towards a mass release of CyanogenMod 9. Some two and a half months after the Read More »
The most talked about new feature to come out of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has to be Google Now, Google’s answer to the virtual personal assistant craze. Unfortunately, there’s only a couple of devices officially capable of running Jelly Bean and using Google Now at the moment, and outside of officially-updated devices, only those who ... Read More »
Three different Android devices are making headlines today thanks to major updates in the works. According to the latest news and rumors from around the web, Droid 4 and Xperia P users should get ready for an update to Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0, while Galaxy S III users can rest easy knowing Jelly Bean ... Read More »