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Android News 18 December 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. Motorola Finally Offers The Long Waited Customization Option: A Wood Back
After numerous rumors, the wood back (Bamboo) is finally available as one of the many customization options for your Moto X and you can make your Motorola phone even more unique.
The delivery is set to be on January and you can get the Moto X with Bamboo, for $199 with a new two-year contract with 3 major U.S. carriers: AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.
2. Sony Z Ultra GPE Gets the Android 4.4.2 Update
Sony Z Ultra is the last Google Play editions and Nexus devices to receive the Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and the case of updating is now closed, as the 444MB update is being rolled out.
Other than adding the new features of Android 4.4.2, the uninstalling issue, security bugs and Google Now voice commands problems have all been fixed.
3. Android 4.3 Update is Now Available For the AT&T Galaxy Note 2
Good news for Galaxy Note 2 owners with AT&T carrier: The Android 4.3 update in now being rolled out OTA and other than adding the obvious Jelly Bean 4.3 features and Galaxy Gear support, the Premium Suite adds the following features to your device: PEN.UP, Group Play 2.5, Multi-Window (Note 3 Version), Camera – Shot & Sound, Group Messaging, Samsung Link (Preload), New Easy Mode, Samsung Apps, Knox.
You just need to site relax and check for updates from the software update menu.
4. Verizon Pushes the Android 4.3 to HTC One Device
As expected, the Android 4.3 update is now ready for Verizon’s HTC One, and you need to download the 469MB update to upgrade the device’s OS to Android Jelly Bean 4.3 and the Sense to its latest version. Check the PDF file from Verizon’s support to get to know more about the benefits of this new update.
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