I'd be ok with multiple device in the NEXUS lineup, anything for more choices and stock android.
The beginning of Chrome/Android merging? Imagine if android updates were handled in a chrome format, always up to date. One can hope anyways.
Vanilla only, I'll add my own toppings.
Now if only we could get TMO off of their collective laurels
As a TMOUS ONE S owner I wont hold my breath for this t ever happen, if the feet dragging on Jelly Bean is any indication. Cant blame HTC for trying however.
Price is way off, that said its a good looking machine.
At the listed its a nor go for me, anyways I still have my CR-48 from the beta which is still going strong. If the Play Market would hurry up and get the Samsung Chromebook restocked I would gladly buy 2 of them as gifts.
Or T-Mobile releasing 4.1 for the HTC Ones S, honestly I've have given up on both companies.
If true, a cross platform release like this with a "flagship" device might just be the pill to cure HTC's recent issues.
I've been playing for about a month now. Its added an interesting element to my weekend bike rides, I find that I am riding in different areas and seeing new things just to seek out portals to hack.
My point is there was no announcement from Google. Im pretty sure they arent letting manufacturers annouce their flagship devices now.
Google announces new Nexus devices, not the OEM's. I'm guessing this is an incorrect rumor.
I'm guessing this rumor is wrong, unless Google has decided to let OEM's announce the new Nexus devices, which would fly in the face of all of their past announcements.
Patiently waiting for this. The One S has been one of my favourite android phones to date.
I'm pretty sure Google is optimizing Chrome for touch this year. If I had to guess I'd bet that Chrom/Android will eventually merge into a whole new OS.
I dont think twice about tethering without paying an extra fee to do so. Carriers get enoughas it is, I should be able to use my data anyway I see fit.
Had a really relaxing morning with my daughter and girlfriend. Enjoyed the wonderful weather down here in SW Florida. Ended the day going out to see Les Miserables. All in all a good day.
Throw my name in the hat, fingers crossed.
Really liking the last couple of days. Good luck to everyone available for this.
For tablets its ASUS all the way, still using my TF101 on a daily basis and am completly happy with the support and build quality.
Phones, I am ann HTC fan. Have been since the G1. The nexus ! was brilliant, and am currently using the HTC One S. Cannot beat the build of these phones.
1 year ago in reply to Favorite android OEM and why?