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All posts tagged "Android 4.2"

  • On Android 4.2 and why Google should’ve waited

    I get that people want the latest and greatest on their handsets, I am equally guilty of this, however, Google’s recent update to Android really boggles my mind. Android 4.2 was recently pushed to Nexus devices across the globe and all was well, for a day or two. Then the bugs started to emerge, and there are a bunch of them. I hate to admit that Google fluffed the release, but it did. Here’s why. Seen it all I’ve used every version of Android since 2.1 and every single incremental update, which 4.2 is, has had little niggles. In the latest...

  • Android 4.2 JellyBean: The rundown

    It’s that time of year again, when a select few Android nerds the world over get excited for the latest and greatest from Google, and even though I’ve only been using 4.2 for a short time, I can honestly say that it is fantastic. Sure, there will be battery woes, luckily I have a charger and a USB cable, of course there will be niggles, I’ve already found a few of those too, but is the Android team breaking ground and innovating? Unquestionably, yes. Okay, so that intro pretty much cements my Android ‘fanboy’ status and I’m okay with that,...

  • Nexus 4 specs leaked, runs Android 4.2 Jellybean?

    Engadget are reporting that British phone retailer, Carphone Warehouse, has released details on LG’s latest smartphone, the Nexus 4. With the device rumored to make to make its debut at Google’s Android event on 29 October, we were a little weary about phone retailer’s claim. On further inspection however, the website looks pretty legit. The fact that this retailer has prematurely disclosed images of the Nexus 4 is no real news, with The Verge having already posted leaked images of the device a couple of weeks ago. What is interesting though, is the specifications listed for the device....