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 – 28 September 2013 – 11:30 GMT:
1. Beats and HTC Are No Longer Partners
Beats buys back $265 million to end its partnership with HTC and we shouldn’t expect Beats logo at the back of HTC new devices anymore (both Android and Windows phone devices).
2. Android Tablets Sales Surpass iPad Sales for the First Time in Q2 2013
iPad is not the only tablet loved by users any more. Statistics show that for the first time in Q2 2013 Android tablets could overtake iPad sales, but the revenue is the same and equal for both. The competition gets hotter after introducing the next generations of both iPad and iPad Mini.
3. HTC Butterfly Specs Leaks: 5.2 inches Full HD screen, Snapdragon 800, Waterproof
HTC One Max took all the attention with its Fingerprint recognition Technology, but rumors say the new version of HTC Butterfly is equipped with a 5.2 inches Full HD screen powered by the powerful Snapdragon 800. The release date for this waterproof device is expected to be January 2014.
4. Android Jelly Bean 4.3 for Galaxy S3, S4 and Note 2
While the 4.3 Jelly Bean update for HTC One has been rollout in a couple of days ago, Samsung specified October as the month to rollout JB 4.3 for Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 2. It seems Canada and US customers should wait until November to get the update.
5. It’s Official: Samsung sold over 40 Million Galaxy Notes
Do you remember the negative reviews for the Note 1 back in 2011? Well, statistics show that customers couldn’t disagree more by buying 10 million units of Galaxy Note I and 30 million units of Note II. What do you think about the Note III?