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ZTE Grand S: The 5″ Smartphone That’s Set To Impress

ZTE Grand S: The 5″ Smartphone That’s Set To Impress

Announced at CES 2013, the ZTE Grand S is the new high end smartphone that the Chinese company wanted to deliver to consumers, may be later this year and show that it can design and made beautiful looking mobile device. About the ZTE Grand S ZTE Grand S is one of the devices that is part of Grand Series,  a collection of high end smartphones made by the company. This one is the first of line that... »

HTC To Release Android 4.1 Device – the One X+

HTC To Release Android 4.1 Device – the One X+

After many, many leaks and rumors, HTC has finally revealed its newest Android handset as the One X+. While the general look of the device is quite similar to the original One X, it has received a few cosmetic and decent internal changes. The phone itself looks a lot sleeker (and better looking than Samsung’s Galaxy S III in my opinion) with the three capacitive keys in red and a more ble... »

Oppo reveals the world’s first 1080p smartphone, runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Oppo reveals the world’s first 1080p smartphone, runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Last week, Oppo (a chinese phone manufacturer, previously known to have showcased the world’s thinnest smartphone) unveiled the world’s first smartphone with a 1080p display. Yes, that’s right, a 1080p display (1920 x 1080 px) which is commonly found on HDTVs is shrunken into a 5-inch display on a phone that also packs some serious specs. According to Tom’s Hardware, it fe... »

ASUS Transformer Pad 300 gets Jelly Bean update

After teasing users on Facebook a few days ago, ASUS updated their Facebook page in less than 12 hours to announce that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OTA update has been released for the Transformer Pad 300 (TF300) series. It’s great news to hear this because this is the first Non-AOSP tablet to receive the latest OTA Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update (Motorla Xoom was the first AOSP tablet to get... »

Adobe Flash removed from Play Store, but here’s a way to get it back

Adobe Flash removed from Play Store, but here’s a way to get it back

  Adobe Flash was really, believe it or not, a major selling point to pick an Android device over a device running iOS or WP7, when it had announced back in 2010 that all devices running Android 2.2 and up would be able to support Flash. Today this is not the case, as Adobe previously announced it would no longer be supporting the platform after Android 4.0, and Google silently emphasizing it... »

Samsung Galaxy S3 To Get Jelly Bean

Samsung Galaxy S3 To Get Jelly Bean

The Galaxy S3 is an excellent mobile phone, I actually have this phone myself, but having used Jelly Bean on my Nexus 7 tablet over the last month or so, I’m disappointed to see that the Galaxy S3 currently comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as standard. Well, my disappointment has been lifted. Yesterday it was announced on SamMobile that there is an official Jelly Bean test firmware ... »

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the HTC Dream

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the HTC Dream

The HTC Dream was launched late 2008 on T-Mobile (as the G1 in the US) and the UK as the world’s first official Android phone. It originally ran Android 1.5 Cupcake but now developer jcarrz1 from XDA-Developers has ported CyanogenMod 10-(based on the AOSP code of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean) on the oldest Android device hardware possible! It is pretty buggy and laggy (Cellular radios and Rotat... »

Nexus 7 gets overclocked to 1.64 GHz all thanks to Trinity Kernel

Nexus 7 gets overclocked to 1.64 GHz all thanks to Trinity Kernel

The Nexus 7 is Google and ASUS’s latest (and cheapest) 7-inch tablet running the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean build. The NVIDIA Tegra 3 it’s rocking is known to be very powerful and fast, but now it’s even faster with a new kernel from Morfic, the Trinity Seven. This new  kernel provides a lot of backend improvements compared to the stock kernel the Nexus 7 ships with by default including ... »

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