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Android News  14 November 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:

1. Moto X Little Brother Is Official: Moto G Starts at $179

Motorola just announced (and released) Moo G, as the budget phone with a really competitive and attractive price; The 8GB costs you $179 USD and the 16GB is only $199.

Let’s review what you get for that price: 4.5” 720P display, Snapdragon 400 chipset with a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, Adreno 305 GPU, 1GB of RAM, 5MP/1.3MP rear and front camera, 1,950mAh Li-Ion battery, and Android 4.3 (promised to get the KitKat update within weeks).

While the battery is not replaceable, the back cover is removable and you have plenty of colorful options.

Brazil and parts of Europe (like UK) are now offering the phone and U.S. customers need to wait for the beginning of the 2014 to get Moto X little brother.

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2. Sprint to Launch HTC One Max on November 15th

The biggest member HTC One family will be available on Sprint from November 15th with the price tag of $249.99 on contract.

We are not sure if the finger print sensor or sense 5.5 is attractive enough to win over other competitors like Nokia’s new phablet (Lumia 1520) or Galaxy Note 3, but we are sure it has some difficult jobs to do.

See: HTC One Max Features

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3. Android 4.3 is Now Available for AT&T’s Galaxy S4

It takes 720MB of download to get the Android 4.3 on your AT&T’s Galaxy S4. Other than enjoying the new features of Android 4.3, Samsung Knox and support for Galaxy Gear has been added too.

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