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  18 November 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:

1. Huawei To Produce Device with True Octa-Core Performance

According to the latest Xu Xin Quan, Huawei President, blog post, Huawei is working on the next version of the Ascend P6 and the main feature of P6S will be the true octa-core CPUs which means all 8 cores will process and function at the same time.

There are no more details and we should wait to see when P6S will be announced.

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2. Nexus 10 Will be Made by LG?

We all know Nexus 10 wasn’t as successful as its little brothers (Nexus7s), and Google hasn’t yet an nounced the new version of the first generation. There are still some doubts about the manufacturer of Nexus 10 2 and Samsung, Asus and LG are most probable ones.

According to some leaked images from Telefonica, the tablet has been made by LG and will be priced at £299 for the cellular version, and the unknown source believes that November 22th is going to be the announcement date.

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3. Another Jelly Bean 4.3 Firmware for Note 2 Leaked, So Close to the Final Build

According to SamMobile sources, one of the final builds of Jelly Bean 4.3 firmware for Galaxy Note 2 has been leaked, and we can conclude two things: The final firmware will not have any new features or major improvements, and the release date is so close.

We are expecting to see the update rollout officially in the next coming days, and if you don’t want to wait longer, click the source below and update your device at your own risk.

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