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Android News 04 December 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. LG G Flex Hits Singapore and Hong Kong This Week
LG officially announced that their curved flexing device will hit Singapore and Hong Kong markets this week, and other markets and regions will join these two key Asian markets in the late December.
The pre-order will be available for Singapore customers at December 8th, and Hong Kong customers will have to wait 5 more days (December 13th) for the G Flex sale.
2. US Cellular Started Rolling Out the KitKat Update for the Moto X
US Cellular is the next carrie r to roll out the Android KitKat 4.4 update for the Moto X, starting today. Other than adding the new Android version features, there have been some improvements to the Moto X features such as imaging, active notifications, touch less controls, and Motorola assist.
3. HTC November Revenue Announced; Still Disappointing
HTC reported $522 million revenue for November, and although it is 3.2% more than October, but the revenue dropped about 27% compared to same period last year.
We are not much optimistic about the December revenue, as HTC has not released any completive product since HTC One, we can’t think of HTC One Max as a life saver though!
4. HTC One mini banned in the UK
When was the last time good news surfed the web about HTC? It was quietly a long time ago, we guess. After reporting the disappoint revenue for November, a judge in UK has banned HTC to sell HTC One mini in the UK due to violating one Nokia’s patents.