Motorola took to Twitter earlier today to plant an upcoming successor to its incredibly popular ultra-customizable flagship smartphone of 2013, the Moto X, in our minds. According to the Google-owned company, the handset will officially be unveiled during a press conference in the ‘late summer’ and is likely to go on sale in the U.S. shortly after its unveiling.
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Oppo continues to tease us with what’s rumored to be the company’s next high-end Android-powered smartphone, the Find 7. Earlier today, the OEM posted an image of a space-centric eclipse on its Weibo account, with a render of the device embedded in the picture, accompanied by the text; ‘Removable battery cover’.
Rovio took to the official Angry Birds Twitter account earlier today to tease the release of a new game, which is said to encompass a ‘big adventure’ and to help us on our travels we’ll be assisted by some great ‘new birds’.
With so many great sites out there, keeping up with the latest Android news, reviews, and how-tos from all of your favorite sources isn’t always easy. But a new app called Android Hub hopes to change by delivering you a daily dose of content from the very best sites all over the web.
When not even your own employees want to use your smartphone operating system, how are you supposed to win over consumers? That’s the question Microsoft is facing after one of its Xbox employees was caught tweeting from an Android as opposed to one of the company’s own Windows Phone devices.
International LG G2 owners are in for a treat over the coming weeks after LG’s official Twitter account for Saudi Arabia confirmed that the device will get its Android 4.4 KitKat update this month. Those in other markets are expected to receive the update around the same time.
Yesterday, HTC officially announced on Twitter that its former flagship smartphone of 2012, the One X+, and its slightly less impressive brethren, the One X, will not be receiving the much-anticipated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update. That’s right, folks. The handsets will remain on Android 4.2.2 and Sense 5 for the rest of their days. This doesn’t come as a huge surprise, when you consider that these devices only received the 4.2 upgrade in late 2013, around the same time that 4.3 was being pushed out.
Ever since Twitter introduced a limit of 100k tokens, development of third-party Twitter clients has slowed down drastically. This is a huge blow to Android’s app eco-system which even after all these years lacks a Tweetbot competitor.
This might change today with the release of Talon for Twitter, a beautiful and feature-packed Twitter client for Android, created by the developer of Sliding Messaging — Luke Klinker.
On Thursday, January 2, a well-know accurate leaker posted a set of “preliminary” specifications on Twitter for HTC’s upcoming M8, which is expected to be the successor to the Taiwanese company’s flagship smartphone of 2013, and just yesterday a familiar developer published a report which has a close similarity to some of the specs that have been brought to our attention over the course of the past few weeks.
It’s been a long time coming, but we are finally starting to see signs suggesting that LG’s first ever curved screen phone, the G Flex, is headed to popular U.S. carriers, AT&T and T-Mobile. Yesterday, a leaked press render was posted on Twitter revealing two new models of the handset, the D950 and the D959, which both appear to have very minimalistic carrier branding.