Android News 13 January 2014 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
- Samsung May Reveal Galaxy S5 in London in Mid-March
- Android 4.4.2 Test Firmware for Galaxy Note 3 Leaked
- T-Mobile Offers Nexus 5 For Free on a 2-Year Contract
1. Samsung May Reveal Galaxy S5 in London in Mid-March
Well, the rumors about the specifications of Samsung’s new flagship are kind of the same with little changes, but the rumors about the launch date varies widely from as early as January to as late as April or May.
Mid-March is the latest suggested date for Galaxy S5 unpacking event, and @flapic believes, based on a “reliable source confirmation”, the event will be held in London sometime in mid-March around the same time as Samsung unveiled Galaxy S4 last year in New York.
Keep checking the “Everything about Galaxy S5” to be the first to know about the confirmed Galaxy S5 launch date.
2. Android 4.4.2 Test Firmware for Galaxy Note 3 Leaked
Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 have been the most important Samsung’s phones in the 2013, and no surprise both will be treated with the latest Android version, KitKat 4.4.2, in the near future.
After leaking the test firmware for Galaxy S4, now it is the time for Galaxy Note 3 to get the Android 4.4.2 update via this test firmware.
Other than some overall performance improvements, being faster and some small changes in the TouchWiz, there aren’t any significant changes and you can update your Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005) AT YOUR OWN RISK by clicking the source below.
3. T-Mobile Offers Nexus 5 For Free on a 2-Year Contract
Nexus 5 needs no introduction and everyone knows how great it is, both in performance and price. T-Mobile has cut the retail price of Nexus 5 to $396 for the 16GB version (Which is still about $50 pricier than purchasing from Google Play Store), and $0 down for a 24 months contract with $16.5 monthly payment.