The Nexus 10 has been a bit of a question mark as of late, and we all are wondering when the new version will be upon us. Right around the time the Nexus 5 was released, the Nexus 10 was listed as “out of stock”, and then we waited for an announcement of the next generation Nexus 10, as well as who is making it.
Rumors about a Nexus 8 tablet have been circulating around for a few months now, and now it looks like we might actually see this new tablet this Summer. According to IHS Technology, the 8.9 tablet is set for production this July or August. Here is the real kicker: HTC might be making this Nexus 8 tablet. How long have I been begging for an HTC Nexus device to come back to us? They even stated that this tablet will not be budget friendly, because they are shooting for the stars in specs. Who strives for great hardware? HTC. I am really liking that idea, and I am hoping this is not a bunch of silly rumors.Been an Android nerd since the G1 days. I believe I hacked and flashed that phone into dust.
The Nexus 5 was made to be played around with and nowhere is that fact more evident than in the number of custom ROMs available for the smartphone. Now another one joins the ranks, bringing along with it a so far rare feature: HTC 's custom Sense UI, version 6. The HTC Sense 6 is barely out the door, making its debut with the HTC One M8 last month.
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Since introduction, the Nexus 10 has been one of the better tablets on offer. Top to bottom, it’s one of the better tablets around, and sales proved as much. Even with a fairly steep $499 price tag, the Nexus 10 sold well, and has been listed at various stages of “unavailable” for quite some time. That’s changes, as the device is now listed as “coming soon”.
Today right on top of Google’s first Android Wear push, LG has revealed that they’ll be releasing an LG G Watch. This device will make use of Google’s Android Wear software, based in Android with a number of Google-specific abilities. This includes working with Google Now and the "OK Google" keyword right out of the box. This device will make for a simple entry point for developer to get in on the wearables world, working with Google and Android rather than having to take an extra step with systems like Samsung’s SDK for Gear.
For the last two years, we’ve all be witness to two of the best value smartphones the Android world has ever seen, the Google Nexus 4 and Google Nexus 5 . Both were amicably manufactured by LG , though it’s not quite clear how the financials were divided up between Google and LG behind closed doors.
A new update is out today for the Nexus 5 on Sprint . This update version ( KTU84F ) brings about various bug fixes, and also enables the device to work on Sprint’s Spark LTE bands 26 and 41. Sprint ’s update page states that the update will be released over-the-air in stages and may take several days for delivery. This update is expected to fix several issues including the bug that causes massive battery drain while using the Nexus 5′s camera . You can manually check to see if you have the update waiting by going to ‘Settings’, tapping ‘About Phone’, and then selecting ‘System Updates’, or you can just patiently wait for your update to arrive. Sources: ( Sprint ), ( GSMArena
There’s nothing like a good April Fool’s joke to make you lose hope that something impossible could be possible. Today it’s inside Google’s new Maps Pokemon video, showing here a dual-screen Nexus device - or at least two Nexus 5 smartphones being held up one next to the other for some dual-screen Pokemon action. It’s been a long time since users started wishing for Pokemon on mobile devices outside the Nintendo ecosystem.
The ManDroid Show is here my friends. It has been a crazy week for me this week, and some changes are going to happen when it comes to video content. An HTC Nexus 8 might be on the horizon which is something to be excited about. Oppo launches the Find 7, and in two versions.
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