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Android News 06 November 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. US Cellular Galaxy S4 to Get Android 4.3 Update on November 8th
According to an internal US Cellular leaked documents, the OTA update will be rolled out on this Friday (November 8th) for Galaxy S4 to add the Galaxy GEAR support and Android 4.3 features to the device. So, if you own a US Cellular‘s Galaxy S4 make sure to check the Phone Update menu to receive the OTA Android 4.3 update.
2. Moto Maker Gets Available for T-Mobile Moto X Too?
Yesterday we told you about the availability of Moto Maker for Sprint customers on November 11th , and now according to @evleaks tweet, T-Mobile customers will be able to use the Moto Maker website to customize their own Moto X, starting from Friday.
3. Real Flexible Devices Promised to Come by 2015
Galaxy Round and LG G Flex are the 2 smart phones with flexible screens, but if you read the review you would notice there is no real flexibility in these phones and the screens have a fixed curved arc. Now, Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh Hyun announced that they are going to bring fully-foldable screens some time in 2015 and it seems announcing Galaxy Round is just the beginning of these flexible devices journey.
4. HTC UK Released the HTC One Android 4.3 Update
While these days most the Android news is about Android 4.4 and its features, HTC UK announced the availability of Android 4.3 as well as Sense 5.5 for the UK HTC One. Other than the system improvements, Blinkfeed have had some new features, and Music, Video, and Sense TV has updated their interface.