by Jaime Rivera | April 5, 2013 9:53 AM
Yes, Sprint is the next lucky carrier to get the HTC One on pre-order as of today. If you're either on Sprint or considering moving towards their unlimited data, there's actually a deal for new customers that make this proposition a lot more enticing. Existing customers can get the HTC One for the usual $199 plus a two-year contract for the 32GB model, and no, there's no 64GB model in Sprint sadly. Now, if you're a new customer, there's a $100 discount on the HTC One with their new "bring your number" deal. You end-up paying only $99 for the handset, after you sign the contract of course. ...
by Jaime Rivera | April 4, 2013 8:22 AM
It's finally here, slowly that is. After almost a full month since Sprint launched their Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to the LG Optimus G, the software update is now reportedly reaching AT&T customers. Sadly we haven't been able to confirm this officially, as AT&T hasn't sent out any press notifications about it. What matters is that some customers are already reporting that it is arriving to their devices. LG really surprised us last October with the Optimus G. None of us here had any positive things to say about the company until this device was released. LG proved they had ...
by Stephen Schenck | December 11, 2012 12:34 PM
Samsung's been busy preparing Android 4.1.2 updates lately; we just saw an early ROM leak for the company's Galaxy Note late last month. While the original Note has yet to see that update officially launch, owners of its successor can now start enjoying Android 4.1.2 themselves, with news coming in that the update's distribution has begun for some international versions of the Galaxy Note II. Both the regular international Galaxy Note II, model GT-N7100, and the LTE version, model GT-N7105, are seeing Android 4.1.2 updates arrive. Samsung lists a number of changes present in the update, ...
by Anton D. Nagy | November 29, 2012 3:38 AM
Android 4.1.2 was spotted with the occasion of an Android 4.1.1 test firmware leak for the Samsung Galaxy Note (the first model). Now those who can't wait a minute longer for the official refresh can download a leaked test ROM for the original phablet which contains Android 4.1.2. The firmware is N7000XXLSA and it's the first 4.1.2 leak for the Note, however, it lacks S-Pen features which will probably be implemented later, towards the final release. This build is JZO54K as of November 20; it's a pre-release ROM so expect bugs alongside a lot of entries in the change log. Some of these ...
by Anton D. Nagy | November 7, 2012 5:09 AM
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box and the Galaxy Note will soon see its official update -- after the S III has gotten its refresh and the S II is expected to be in the game as well. There's an Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean ROM leaked for the original Note with build N7000XXLS2 and dated October 9. However, there are already traces of the original Note running build N7000XXLS7 which is based on Android 4.1.2, with TouchWiz Nature UX on top of it. Chances are that the original Note will skip Android 4.1.1 altogether and be updated directly to Android ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 15, 2012 3:07 PM
Last week, Google pushed Android 4.1.2 live, integrating its changes into the Android Open Source Project. The initial distribution of 4.1.2 arrived as updates for Nexus 7 tablets, and in the days that followed, we saw Google add some new 4.1.2 factory images for other hardware. There's a time and a place for installing one of those, but most users were looking for updates that would bring them to 4.1.2 without having to start from scratch. Luckily, it looks like there was only a short wait before Google got to releasing the new Android for some of its Nexus phones, with reports now coming ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 10, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new rumors of a Nexus 4 as the probable name for Google's future Nexus device, along with a probable launch date. We then talk about Google's plans to bring trial subscriptions to their Play store. Then we go through the confirmation of a Microsoft Office service for iOS and Android along with a probable release date. Android 4.1.2 makes the news again, now for the Galaxy Nexus. We end today's show talking about the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, and the reasons why you shouldn't care about it. All this and more after the break.
by Jaime Rivera | October 9, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we begin talking about the LG Nexus G's recently leaked photos, the HTC DLX and its possibilities of being another Nexus variant, and a Samsung 10.1-inch tablet in the works for the Nexus program. Then we talk about the release of Android 4.1.2 and its benefits tot he Nexus 7. We later go through the Windows Phone 8 launch pre-order dates that were recently rumored. Then we talk about ClassicMap, which is a Google Maps alternative for iOS 6. We end today's show by talking about some expected delays for the iPad Mini. All this and more after the break.
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