You can see the photo below from Nestle, when it was posted last week we didn’t really think anything of the photo, but now more evidence has appeared that leads us to believe that Nestle were teasing a new cloud backup system for Android.
The Google Nexus 5 is not exactly Google’s best kept secret at the moment, earlier today we saw a photo of the handset being unboxed, now we have another which was apparently taken in an LG service center in Malaysia.
ZTE has launched three new Android smartphones, the handset all form part of the ZTE Blade Q range and are called the ZTE Blade Q Mini, the ZTE Blade Q and the ZTE Blade Q Max.
The ZTE Blade Q Mini features a 4 inch WVGA display, the ZTE Blade Q comes with a 4.5 inch FWVGA display and the ZTE Blade Q Max has a 5 inch FWVGA display.
We saw a new photo of the Google Nexus 5 earlier today, the handset appears to have started turning up at some retailers in the UK, and now we have some more photos of the device.
The photos below are apparently from Taiwan’s equivalent of the FCC, the third photo shows an LG battery, which would confirm that LG is the maker of the handset.
We are expecting Android 4.4 Kit Kat and the Google Nexus 5 to be released some time this week, either tomorrow or Friday, and now Google has updated a number of their Android apps ahead of the Kit Kat release.
A total of 16 Google Android apps have been updated in the last day, this was first spotted by a Reddit user when 11 apps were updated, now a total of 16 have been updated.
The news of all the potential bids for BlackBerry came after the company announced a $4.7 billion buyout deal with Fairfax Financial, and now according to a recent report, Facebook is interested in BlackBerry.
It looks like we have another photo of the new Google Nexus 5, the latest photo was apparently posted on the Overclockers forum, the person who posted the photo apparently works at a mobile retailer in the UK.
This would mean that some mobile retailer in the UK now have some stock of the new Google Nexus 5, which give more weight to the rumor of the launch date of tomorrow, the 31st of October.
Yesterday the Samsung Galaxy S4 got the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, and now the Sprint Galaxy S4 Android 4.3 update has been released.
The Sprint Galaxy S4 Android 4.3 update bring a wide range of new features to the Galaxy S4, which include support for Samsung’s new mobile security suite, Samsung KNOX and also support for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch.
Google teamed up with Nestle for the latest version of their mobile OS, Android 4.4 Kit Kat, and the two companies have been teasing the OS over the last few weeks, with various photos and video.
Nestle have now released a new teaser video for Android 4.4 Kit Kat, the video came along with the tag line ‘Android KitKat 4.4 – one to enjoy whilst you’re waiting… #magicbreak.’, and it was posted on Google+.
The last thing we heard about the Sony Xperia L update was that it would get Android 4.3 in November, the device shipped with Android 4.1, and the Sony Xperia L Android 4.2 update has now been released for the device.
The Sony Xperia L Android 4.2 update comes in the form of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and it brings a number of new features to the Sony Xperia L.
Samsung launched their new Galaxy Note 3 about a month ago, and now Samsung’s JK Shin has announced that the company has shipped 5 million Galaxy Note 3 devices in the first month.
The 5 million Galaxy Note 3 handset shipped is to the retailer and various mobile carriers, these are worldwide figures, and Samsung did not announce how many of these units have been sold to consumers.
While we see a new Google Nexus 5 rumor every day, there’s still no word from Google about the launch of this not-so-mysterious handset. We’ve seen multiple press renders of the handset as well as its appearance on the Google Play Store and in the inventory system of various retailers. If these weren’t enough for you, the folks at Wind Mobile posted a pre-registration page, which was taken down, revealing the complete specifications of the handset.
Now, evleaks posted another render of the Google Nexus 5 with a caption saying, “Coming to Sprint.” Last year Google Nexus 4 was available of few US carriers including AT&T and T-Mobile except T-Mobile, but it seems things are about to change as the prolific leaker claims that it’s heading to Sprint.