There are so many weblogs and websites which cover news about Android OS and Android devices, and if you search the term “Android News”, you will definitely get surprised by the search results. But how can you make sure the publishing source is trusted, and how can you find the news about your favorite devices among so many other news?

Here in AW Center, we added “News Digest” articles to inform you about the latest important Android news all over the world, from trusted sources. These news include: Official announcements, Gossips, General news, Reviews, Statistics, and more..

Android News  05 December 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:

1. Another Release Date for Galaxy S5 Suggested: Late April

While there are so many rumors indicating Q1 2014 as the release date for the Galaxy S5, Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) believes that Samsung is preparing to launch its most advanced device sometime in late April, and not in February or March.

Since the source of news is not well-reputed, we didn’t add this news to our Galaxy S5 Roundup Article, but sometimes it is good to hear some new dates for the Galaxy S5.


2. Amazon Offers 50GB of Free Cloud Storage, As You Buy Select Devices

When we here “Select Devices” we think of limited devices with limited availab ility, but for a company as big as Amazon, “Select Devices” means more than 120 devices including Galaxy S4, LG G2, Moto X, DROID MAXX, Galaxy Note 3, HTC One, Nexus 5 and so many more.

The promotion is as simple as it looks: Buy your phone on contract (U.S. carriers branded) and get 50GB of free cloud drive storage which is valid for 12 months.

See the Offers at Amazon


3. Sprint Moto X Soon To Get Android 4.4 KitKat

AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and recently US Cellular have all updated the Moto X to Android KitKat and the good news for Sprint customers is that the update is getting so close to the wide rollout, as the soak test is available for some customers.

In other words, Motorola and Sprint are doing the final test on some limited users to fix the bugs and rollout the update as soon as possible

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