The Korean tech giant might have prepared more than what we could imagine -- eight devices, so far.
If September, which saw the record launch of two new iPhone's, was Apple's month, then October is shaping up to be Google's turn to reveal its vision for mobile devices in 2014 and beyond.
If rumors are correct, than we are only a few weeks away from the unveiling--or maybe even the launch--of the Nexus 6, Google next flagship Android smartphone.
Another photo surfaced today and was posted by Android Police, this time showing an alleged Nexus 6 'in the wild,' as someone used it to browse the web during a commute. This photo all but confirms the latest rumors about the new handset, like it's monster size and similar build to Motorola's Moto X (2014).
More photos surfaced over the weekend and today reportedly showing the next Nexus handset from Google, the Nexus X.
So, if you were one of the unfortunate iPhone users who upgraded to iOS 8.0.1, you're going to want to uninstall that update--fast.
It's been almost a year since Google released the Nexus 5, its Android-powered flagship phone made by LG, and it's been over a year since a new Nexus tablet was released (ASUS' Nexus 7).
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Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active model SGH-i537 on AT&T's network can finally fully connect with the Galaxy Gear smartwatch thanks to the recently-released Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the device.
It wasn't too long ago that Motorola revealed that Android 4.4.2 KitKat was imminently arriving for the budget-friendly Moto G smartphone in the United Kingdom, and it looks like the upgrade can now be snagged over the air.
Sony Xperia V owners can now join other Xperia owners as proud recipients of a leaked Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build ahead of its official release.
Sorry HTC One X and One X+ owners, it looks like Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is the end of the line. HTC confirmed that the two devices will not be upgraded to Android 4.3 or higher, ending months of speculation.
In a surprise move, however, the popular South Korean electronics manufacturer began pushing out Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the Galaxy Note 3 phablet.
The HTC One's next big update is going to be Android 4.4.2 KitKat (along with Sense 5.5 for those in the United States), and according to one well-known HTC modder, there's going to be plenty more in the future for the device.
In the half year that the Sony Xperia C has been out, the handset hasn't received a single firmware update, but that's all changed now. Sony has now rolled out the first firmware update for the Xperia C.
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