The Chinese PC maker is trying to make a name for itself in the tablet segment after its successful run in the desktop and laptop market in India.
The newly announced smartphone from LG is a little strange as its physical buttons are located at the rear. We stack up the smartphone against three other major Android smartphones out there.
Two models of the Galaxy Note 3 have been allegedly spotted on Gfxbench benchmarks adding to the wave of rumours and speculations surrounding the Note 2 successor.
Android’s Jelly Bean has finally managed to oust Gingerbread from its top position to become the most used version of Google’s mobile operating system thereby highlighting another important fact that fragmentation in Android is here to stay.
Micromax unveiled its next flagship smartphone the Canvas 4 at a live event today. The live streaming of the event didn’t go as planned but, we have managed to get hold of the specifications.
Users of HTC One in parts of Europe have reported that they have started receiving a 417 MB Android update 2.24.401.1 and it shouldn’t be long before the entire Europe gets it.
Samsung is yet to officially release the next iteration of Jelly Bean – the 4.2.2 for its Galaxy S3 smartphones but, a test build has already been leaked in the wild and according to reports the build provides a lot many new features – some present in Galaxy S4.
Karbonn’s next smartphone – the Titanium S6 is seemingly the OEM’s flagship device against the highly awaited Micromax Canvas 4 and possibly the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Google has recently released the updated stats for Android through its Platform Versions webpage and from the looks of its popularity of Jelly Bean is on the rise while users are seemingly losing taste of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Intel has managed to get the Android 4.1 OS, aka Jelly Bean, work on its single core Atom chips codenamed Medfield.