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Android News 24 December 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. Android 4.3 Is Live for Sony Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and X Tablet Z
The next wave of Sony’s update plan hit the 4 popular Xperia phones and tablets, and the owners of Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and Xperia Tablet Z are all getting the OTA Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update.
Since the update will be rolled out to the mentioned device gradually and the update will hit markets and carriers separately, make sure to check the update notification frequently.
See the new features of Android 4.3 for Xperia devices, from the Sony website.
2. HP To Hit China and India With Budget Android Devices Before the 2014
The huge demands for cheap Android devices in emerging markets like China and India are tempting enough for HP to prepare some cheap Android devices with lower prices by the end of this year. According to rumors and reports, the HP’s new Android handsets will feature a 6 to 7 inches screen, the option to connect to GSM networks, and the reasonable $200 to $250 off-contract price.
3. ASUS to Set a Conference on January 6th to Reveal Yet Another two-in-one Device
“Join ASUS in CES in search of incredible”, this is what ASUS describes its upcoming conference in CES on January 6th. Based on the ASUS’s latest teaser on YouTube, we should expect yet another 2-in-1 device with the option to run both Android OS and Windows OS. There are 2 keys in the video, and we should wait about 13 days to see what ASUS really means by "Green or Blue?” and “One or Two?".