LG’s Moto 360 ‘killer’ is out even before Motorola entirely unveils the overwhelming device


Motorola managed to spin utterly a few heads with a Moto 360 smartwatch, an Android Wear device that took a many elementary watch pattern and serve extended it by adding intelligent features. However, while Motorola is nonetheless to fully divulge all a sum about Moto 360, LG is already out with a second Android Wear smartwatch, that also happens to be a Moto 360 rival, during slightest when it comes to design: a G Watch R.

The smartwatch facilities a round 1.3-inch cosmetic OLED (P-OLED) arrangement with 320 x 320 resolution, 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, 410mAh battery and Android Wear underneath a hood.

The G Watch R is also IP67 approved for dirt and H2O resistance, and facilities a “durable immaculate steel frame,” and transmutable 22mm calf skin leather strap.

The device should launch during some indicate in a fourth entertain of a year, with prices nonetheless to be revealed.

The full press recover follows below.

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SEOUL, Aug. 28, 2014 — Following a Jun recover of one of a first-to-market wearable device powered by Android Wear™, LG Electronics (LG) is fast expanding a wearable product offerings with a phenomenon a new Android Wear device — a LG G Watch R during IFA 2014 in Berlin subsequent week. The LG G Watch R is a world’s initial watch-style wearable device to underline a round Plastic OLED (P-OLED) arrangement and utilizes 100 percent of a watch face.

The many eye-catching underline of a LG G Watch R is a 1.3-inch full round P-OLED arrangement that produces overwhelming picture clarity even underneath splendid object and glorious clarity when beheld from any angle. Powered by a absolute 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, a LG G Watch R offers 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM and a durable 410mAh battery. This Android wearable will facilely run all concordant apps permitted in a Google Play Store and with an Ingress Protection Rating of IP67, a LG G Watch R is designed to run for adult to 30 mins in one scale of water.

With Android Wear™ during a core, a LG G Watch R delivers essential and applicable information accurately during a right time and place. With a apartment of LG health and aptness apps, users can also guard their heart rate with a support of a embedded photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor. And a intelligent notifications yield users with critical reminders of missed calls and messages, arriving meetings, events, and internal continue forecasts.

With an artisanal elegance, a LG G Watch R boasts a polished cultured that is suggestive of normal timepieces. Replete with a round watch face, this elegantly crafted Android wearable has classical curves encased in a strong, durable immaculate steel support and carries a apartment of watch faces that are permitted with a elementary hold of a display. Its transmutable 22mm calf skin leather tag also complements a altogether aesthetic, giving it an atmosphere of complicated prestige.

“What we’ve beheld in a year of a wearable is that this is a difficulty that can’t be compared to smartphones and tablets,” pronounced Dr. Jong-seok Park, boss and CEO of a LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Wearables are also accessories and consumers will wish some-more than one to select from. So we wanted to element a complicated pattern of a strange G Watch with a classical demeanour of a G Watch R. Customers can’t go wrong with possibly device.”

The LG G Watch R will be permitted in pivotal markets early in a fourth entertain of 2014. Prices and sum of accessibility will be announced locally during a time of launch. Visitors to IFA can see LG G Watch R adult tighten in Hall 11.2 of Messe Berlin from Sep 5-10.

Key Specifications:
■ Chipset: 1.2GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400
■Ÿ Display: 1.3-inch P-OLED Display (320 x 320)
■ Memory: 4GB eMMC / 512MB RAM
■ Battery: 410mAh
■Ÿ Operating System: Android Wear™ (compatible with smartphones using Android 4.3 and above)
■Ÿ Sensors: 9-Axis (Gyro/ Accelerometer/ Compass), Barometer, PPG (Heart Rate Monitor)
■ Color: Black
■Ÿ Other: Dust and Water Resistant (IP67)

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Samsung unveils Gear S smartwatch. It doesn’t need to span with a phone and it eschews Android Wear.

With a recover date someday in October, it’s one of several inclination to be shown off in Germany, during subsequent week’s IFA.

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Ahead of subsequent week’s IFA trade uncover in Berlin…Samsung Electronics announced a Gear S, a initial smartwatch with 3G. … That creates a Gear S one of a few smartwatches on a marketplace that can act as a stand-alone device.

Powered by a Tizen handling system, it has a 2-inch, winding Super AMOLED arrangement [at] 360 by 480…512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of [storage] a 300 mAh lithium-ion battery that lasts dual days…heart-rate guard and UV monitors…Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.  
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And here are a few some-more feeds and speeds from Liam Spradlin:

Dual-core processor…accelerometer, gyroscope, compass…barometer.

3G connectivity on 900/2100 or 850/1900 bands (and 2G connectivity on 900/1800 or 850/1900). Samsung doesn’t give adult any pricing…but says it will be available…”in phases” starting in October.  
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Here’s a new fold on a smartwatch. … It can span with a user’s smartphone, though it can also effectively act as a standalone cellphone. … The interest of Android Wear is controversial – it’s mostly about notifications and a apps aren’t hugely constrained yet. To my mind, a Gear S competence yield a good alternative.

This could be really appealing to those who like a smartwatch thought though don’t wish a information to feed into Google’s profiling engine. The usually transparent downside we can see is that a Gear S will need a possess SIM card.  
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Darrell Etherington does design:

The Gear S’s hardware pattern competence be a some-more considerable feature, as we’re finally starting to see displays that hang around a contours of a wrist, rather than adhering out as a normal prosaic surface.

[It] has HERE navigation supposing by Nokia, as good as Spritz speed-reading. It also includes GPS sensors [and] IP67 dirt and H2O resistance.

[But] how many smartwatches from one association can consumers stand? Especially one formed on Tizen, now that Google has thrown a weight behind Android Wear?  
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LG G Watch R Will Offer A Circular Smartwatch With Android Wear In Q4 2014


LG is doubling adult on Android Wear smartwatch inclination in 2014, with a turn smartwatch unfailing for recover after this year, by a finish of a fourth quarter. The LG G Watch R (presumably a R is for round) will get a correct introduction during IFA 2014 this year, and will underline a world’s initial Plastic OLED display, with a turn face that uses 100 percent of a screen, distinct a Moto 360, that has a cube during a bottom cut out of a shade for a liughtness sensor.

LG’s new smartwatch looks remarkably identical to a normal analogue watch, with a bezel surrounding a face, and LG is claiming easy readability even in object interjection to a P-OLED display. It’ll container a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor from Qualcomm, 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM and a battery rated during 410mAh, that is roughly on standard with a 400mAH energy source in a current, rectilinear G Watch launched during Google I/O this year.

The G Watch R also includes an visual heart rate sensor, that is benefaction on a Samsung Gear Live though absent on a strange G Watch, and supports 22mm watch bands (it ships with a calfskin leather black strap, too). It’ll run Android Wear, of course, and has a gyroscope, accelerometer, compass and barometer built-in. IP67 rating means that it has a same dirt and H2O insurgency as a Galaxy S5, that includes a ability to be submerged for adult to 30 mins in H2O adult to a scale deep.

LG still isn’t revelation us accurately when this will launch, or a pricing and availability, though they’ll be doing some-more press around a launch during IFA Berlin subsequent week, so stay tuned for serve details.

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Free Android Apps Aug 2014: Google Play Store Titles for This Week

There are indeed good new Android apps in a Google Play Store that seemed to slip off underneath a radar. In this news, we’re going to discuss some of a best, mostly ignored, Free Android Apps that we competence wish to check out. Perfect for those who are indeed wearied or unhappy with their benefaction apps. Dig in:

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Game Apps:

Crazy Taxi City Rush – a design of a diversion is utterly elementary though requires inventiveness of hands. The player, posing as a cab driver, picks adult passengers from around a area and delivers them to their destinations during a certain volume of time or reduction to acquire bonuses.

Ice Age: Adventures – desirous by a animation film “Ice Age,” Ice Age: Adventures is a array of nonplus games that we play along with a cheap languor Sid. Brought to we by Gameloft, your design is to rescue other Ice Age animals that are stranded by elucidate a puzzles.

Shoot in a 70′s – this diversion will take football fans behind in time as it presents a diversion during a golden age of a 1970s. Here, players will also be means to learn some engaging story of a past, including hairstyles.

Surgeon Simulator (paid: £3.99) – a renouned blood-splattering medical simulator diversion from Bossa Studios now on Android. The diversion is all about you, personification a certain surgeon handling “the world’s unluckiest patient” like transplanting eyes, teeth, kidneys, etc. You also have to make certain that your studious gets out of a handling list alive.

Productivity Apps:

Define – Define is one of a newest offline dictionaries for people on a go. It has a singular underline wherein we can find a floating symbol on your phone’s shade that allows we to fast entrance a dictionary. It has an offline database of over 100,000 difference and their analogous definitions.

BunkMaster – is an app that is expected dictated for students who wish to guard their attendance. It will let we record your assemblage and during a march of time, a app will uncover we information statistics of your submit information by approach of cold cake charts or graphs. It also has notes, reminders and a homescreen widget.

BrightNotes – is an app that brings behind a old-school approach of note taking. BrightNotes has a Google Now like cards blueprint that gives we a choice to sync your records with Dropbox or GDrive. It’s sleek, easy to use, and brimful with basic user interface.

The Art of Thinking Clearly (paid: £1.49) – a renouned book with a same pretension is now on Android. The app is packaged with essential, real-life advices concerning decision-making, money, socialization, etc.

New Google Nexus Leak Confirms 192-Core, 64-bit Apple Rival

Last Sep Apple Apple caused a stir when it announced iOS 7 and a concomitant iPhone 5S would support 64-bit operation. The pierce to this many faster design gave it a burst on 32-bit rivals Android and Windows Phone and brought Apple’s products in-line with desktop and laptop-class computing. But now Android has held adult and might good go speeding past.

 

No reduction than 3 inclination lead a charge: a teaser, a trickle and an central announcement. Interestingly all come from HTC HTC and a one that will achieve by distant a many headlines is the new Google ‘Nexus 9’ inscription – also dubbed a ‘Nexus X’ – that will do conflict head-on with a iPad mini .

 

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Nexus operation judgment – picture pleasantness of Bob Freking

 

Nexus 9 – Busting With Power
Following on from a hugely renouned Nexus 7, a Nexus 9 has popped adult on a CPU-Z benchmark detected by TKTech (below). It reveals HTC is approaching to embankment Qualcomm Qualcomm for a Nvidia Tegra K1 chip that clocks in during a large 2.5GHz regulating Nvidia’s exclusive 192-core Kepler GPU architecture.

 

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Nexus 9 hardware trickle pleasantness of TKTech

 

On paper a K1 is a conspicuous chip. It supports adult to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, shade resolutions adult to 4k and a headlining 192-core GPU is “supercomputer class” Nvidia claims. The association also boasts that a K1 is 1.5x some-more appetite fit than rivals and with an appetite sucking 2560 x 1600 pixels arrangement approaching to be congested into a Nexus 9′s 8.9-inch arrangement it will need to be. An central betray is approaching in October.

 

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Nvidia Tegra K1 processor

 

Read more: Nexus 5: After Three Months Of Use, It’s The Best All-Around Android Phone

 

Octa-Core Value
As for a phones, many seductiveness here lies with a 64-bit teaser HTC has shown off forward of IFA subsequent week. The phone in a teaser is approaching to be a HTC ‘Desire 820’, a large 5.5-inch smartphone that stairs nearby phablet domain and will competition a 13 megapixel camera, 1.5-2GB of RAM and and a chipset set to follow in a footsteps of cheaper octa-core sibling, a ‘Desire 616’.

 

HTC 64-bit Teaser

HTC 64-bit Teaser

 

HTC has also rigourously announced a ‘Desire 510’, a midranger with a 4.7-inch display, like we design from a 4.7-inch various of a iPhone 6. The 510 will use Qualcomm’s initial 64-bit chip – a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410. Don’t get too vehement elsewhere nonetheless as a 854 x 480 display, 8GB of inner storage, 1GB of RAM and 5MP camera are distant from slicing edge. Still it is approaching to be bill accessible and will offer 4G.

 

HTC Desire 510

HTC Desire 510

 

64-bit Android Promise
Why a remarkable rush of 64-bit Android handsets? Because Google Google finally folded in iOS-matching 64-bit support into a arriving Android L (likely to be called ‘Android 5.0’). But what gives Android a intensity to unexpected rush past iOS in this regard? In a word: RAM.

 

While a efficiencies of iOS meant Apple has nonetheless to supply an iPhone or iPad with some-more than 1GB of RAM, a advantages of 64-bit come with 4GB of RAM and up. Given many reward Android inclination have 2GB of RAM and an augmenting series (such as a Sony Sony Xperia Z2 10.1-inch inscription and OnePlus One smartphone) already have 3GB, Android looks some-more prepared to gain on a faster instruction set increased residence space 64-bit can provide.

 

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Android L 64-bit support proclamation – picture pleasantness of blogs.barrons.com

 

Until afterwards for both Apple and Google 64-bit is critical as a unifying design between mobile and desktop products as Apple looks to combine iOS and OS X apps and Google has already shown off skeleton to pier Android apps into Chrome OS.

One again Sep looks set to be a trulyfascinatingmonth.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update Spotted

It appears that during slightest one conduit is formulation to recover a still unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat refurbish in a entrance days adding even some-more poser to a conditions that already includes a scheduled Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.3 KitKat release during one carrier.

In June, Google rolled out dual code new Android 4.4 KitKat updates directed during rebellious Android 4.4.2 KitKat problems. Android 4.4.3 KitKat initial landed in a commencement of Jun and it delivered a series of large time bug fixes and cosmetic changes to a dialer and a People focus found inside a Android handling system. A few days later, Android 4.4.4 KitKat overwhelmed down and delivered a essential confidence fix.

Since then, we’ve seen manufacturers hurl out Android 4.4.3 KitKat updates with a Android 4.4.4 repair on house and Android 4.4.4 updates with a Android 4.4.3 bug fixes on board. And while some manufacturers have been delivering updates to comparison devices, Samsung, a world’s largest Android manufacturer, has remained comparatively silent.

The Samsung Galaxy Android 4.4.4 KitKat and Android 4.4.3 KitKat conditions has gotten engaging over a past month. It started when Vodafone Australia suggested a devise to hurl out a Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.3 KitKat update. Shortly after that, Samsung announced a all new Galaxy Alpha with Android 4.4.4 KitKat on board. And afterwards recently, we saw a Android 4.4.4 KitKat refurbish for a Galaxy S5 LTE-A emerge forward of a arrival.

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Today, we’ve speckled another Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, this one during Australian conduit Optus, a conduit famous for releasing Android refurbish information good forward of time. The conduit says that a Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat refurbish has been authorized and that Samsung will recover it in a entrance days.

The conduit does not offer any specific recover sum nor does it exhibit what’s on house this ostensible Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat update. It usually suggests that it’s entrance during some indicate in a nearby future. It’s critical to note that a conduit does make a eminence between opposite versions of Android 4.4 KitKat so this does not seem to be a typo.

This Galaxy S5 refurbish intensely engaging given Vodafone Australia’s stream skeleton and given that we simply haven’t seen any other carriers endorse a Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat for arrival. Again, Optus is typically forward of a bend when it comes to announcements so it’s probable that we’re still a small ways divided from a arrival.

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If a Galaxy S5 does get Android 4.4.4 KitKat, it won’t be a usually Galaxy device using Google’s new software. The new Samsung Galaxy Alpha, set to arrive in September, will be using it out of a box and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is approaching to run possibly Android 4.4.3 KitKat or Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Both updates have been speckled in benchmarks for a arriving flagship yet it’s not transparent that it will run.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch date is set for Sep 3rd and it’s there that we could potentially hear some-more about Android 4.4.3 KitKat or Android 4.4.4 KitKat for comparison phones. In a past, Samsung has used a theatre to announce a program ascent plans. Last year, for instance, it announced a Android 4.3 Jelly Bean skeleton during a Galaxy Note 3 announcement.

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Android 4.4.4 KitKat and Android 4.4.3 KitKat aren’t a usually Android updates Samsung is neglecting. The association still hasn’t suggested any sum about a Android L update, a Android 4.4 KitKat deputy that’s rumored to be entrance out someday after this year. Android L is available in beta form right now though a renouned refurbish still doesn’t have a petrify recover date.

Samsung typically offers dual years of program support that means that phones like a Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 3 should all get Android L updates down a road.

Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update Breakdown (August)

In June, Google pushed out an intensely critical Android 4.4 KitKat update in a form of Android 4.4.3 KitKat, a bug fixer for Android 4.4.2 KitKat problems. In a weeks given a arrival, we’ve seen a Android 4.4.3 KitKat release make implausible swell and here, we take a demeanour during what took place in Aug and what’s arriving in a future.

Back in November, Google rolled out an Android 4.4.2 KitKat refurbish to a Nexus inclination that delivered opening enhancements, new features, fixes, and more. In a weeks given that hurl out, Android manufacturers have pushed out Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates of their own, finish with singular device-specific fixes and features.

Android 4.4.2 KitKat was and is a plain Android refurbish though it’s also a injured one. In a months between Nov and June, Google was operative on an Android 4.4.3 KitKat bug repair refurbish that it hoped would exterminate many of a Android 4.4.2 KitKat problems that had jumped adult during Android users in both 2013 and 2014. In early June, Google deployed Android 4.4.3 KitKat for a initial time and as expected, it did repair a lot of a vital issues with a company’s Android 4.4 upgrade.

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Since that day in June, Android 4.4.3 KitKat and a fixes have landed for a series of Android devices. In Aug alone we’ve seen Android 4.4.3 KitKat widespread to several large name smartphones, bringing bug fixes and singular enhancements along with it. The Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish hurl out is still really active and as with any active update, there are sum drifting around left and right.

Here, we wish to summation all of a critical Android 4.4.3 KitKat sum that emerged in a month of Aug and take a demeanour during where a refurbish is streamer in a future. Aug was a bustling month for Android 4.4.3 KitKat though a hurl out is distant from over. Here’s how it all breaks down.

HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update

Let’s get this out of a approach first. HTC is, as of right now, still a usually vital manufacturer rolling out Android 4.4.3 KitKat (with a Android 4.4.4 KitKat fix) instead of Android 4.4.4 KitKat. That might not change.

Like a associate Android manufacturers, HTC has produced a solid tide of Android 4.4.3 KitKat updates in a month of Aug including HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 KitKat upgrades for users around a world. In a United States, we recently saw a refurbish pierce out to a T-Mobile HTC One M8 and a ATT HTC One M8.

The ATT HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish indeed started rolling out today following only a few stairs behind a T-Mobile HTC One M8 update. Sprint’s HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish rolled out several weeks ago.

We also saw a HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish start attack general variants a integrate of weeks ago and that hurl out is surpassing nicely. HTC’s hurl outs are a small indeterminate and pointless so those though conduit branding are going to wish to sojourn studious as a association works to broach updates around a world.

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Point is, a association make some large strides this month as it works to get a flagship upgraded forward of a Android L refurbish that it has betrothed to HTC One M8 users around a world.

As for a remaining HTC One M8 updates, HTC says that a Verizon ascent will pull out during some indicate in and around mid-September after testing. A specific date isn’t know. The association says that it ran into a GPS emanate that it indispensable to work out and it won’t be releasing a refurbish until that problem is solved.

Owners on carriers outward of a United States will wish to check in with their carrier. We’ve seen a series of general updates authorized in new days so we design that many updates are removing tighten to release.

HTC One M7 Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update

HTC is also rolling out a Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish to a HTC One M7. We saw a update land for a general indication progressing this month and that’s a good pointer for those with unbranded inclination around a world. Again, hurl outs are delayed and indeterminate so HTC One M7 owners will need to sojourn studious as HTC works by a ascent processor.

Carrier-related HTC One M7 Android 4.4.3 KitKat updates have been a small slower. Australian conduit Optus claims that a refurbish has been authorized and that it will hurl out before a finish of a month. Fellow Aussie conduit Telstra says that a refurbish is in contrast though that it skeleton to pull it out soon. And Vodafone Australia claims that it recently strike a obstacle that requires a delay.

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To put this into viewpoint for HTC One M7 users around a world, we’re substantially only a few weeks divided from a attainment of a infancy of HTC’s One M7 Android 4.4.3 KitKat updates. HTC and a conduit partners have finished an superb pursuit of gripping users in a loop and pulling updates out in a reasonable volume of time.

We have a really good feeling that that trend will continue as we pull into September.

Other HTC Devices

We still haven’t listened anything about Android 4.4.3 KitKat updates for HTC’s other inclination including a HTC One Max, HTC One Mini, and others. Rumors have suggested that HTC is formulation Android L updates for all of a 2013 and 2014 inclination so it could be that a association will simply opt to burst to Android L and bake a Android 4.4.3 KitKat fixes inside that update. It looks like HTC will be doing that for a U.S. HTC One M7. It’s not approaching to get Android 4.4.3.

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If Android 4.4.3 KitKat is on a approach for some of these devices, don’t design it to arrive any time soon. HTC will roughly positively give owners some kind of heads adult about a skeleton though now that we’re in no man’s land between Android 4.4.3 KitKat and Android L, it could be a few days or even weeks before it reveals a future.

Other Android 4.4.3 KitKat Updates

Only one another vital Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish flush in a month of September, a Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.3 KitKat refurbish for Vodafone Australia. The appearance was, and still is, really interesting given that Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Europe and Galaxy Note 4 are all approaching to run Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

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Things got even foreigner currently when associate Aussie conduit Optus announced skeleton to recover a Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 KitKat refurbish and not an Android 4.4.3 KitKat update. The conditions is strange, to contend a least, and given that Optus says that it perceived approval, we design to hear some-more about a destiny of Android 4.4.3 KitKat and Android 4.4.4 KitKat in a nearby future.

LG still hasn’t committed to possibly refurbish and Motorola and Sony are both committed to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

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The HTC Desire 510 is a initial for Android, make-up a 64-bit chip. It comes in a budget-minded package, however, as a rest of a phone’s specs are resolutely mid-range.

The HTC Desire 510 uses a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor. It also comes with a 4.7-inch, 854×480 screen, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. The Desire 510 includes a MicroSD label slot, VGA front-facing camera with a rather insignificant 5MP back shooter. Unlike other new bill phones to get announced, however, it does support LTE connectivity.

The phone will come to “select carriers” in a US, yet no launch date is set. Parts of Europe and Asia will also see a phone when it goes on sale.

Apple finished a dash when it introduced a iPhone 5S as a first smartphone to go 64-bit. While some analysts questioned how most advantage there would be to such chips when Apple announced a 5S, a attention is charging full speed forward in this direction. Just being 64-bit doesn’t make a chip faster, though some other changes to a ARM pattern that come along with a 64-bit chips should be of benefit. Regardless, a Snapdragon 410 is a bill chip, and isn’t going to overtake a best 32-bit chips on a marketplace today.

Google announced this year that Android L, a arriving chronicle of Android, will support 64-bit processors. While a Desire 510 is a first, pattern some-more to come, generally once device makers get some-more knowledge building for Android L.

The HTC Desire 510 is a pointer of another certain trend for a Android ecosystem: phones with good peculiarity in a bill category. LG recently announced multiple L Series phones and a G Stylus phablet, that launch with Android KitKat, follow a pattern of a flagship G3, and have sufficient specifications for good performance.

When Android launched KitKat, one of a settled goals was to safeguard it could run good on a different operation of devices. If this continues to materialize, a most ballyhooed fragmentation should have minimal impact on a standard smartphone owner.

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Forget the OnePlus One — there could shortly be a mint Cyanogen-enhanced Android phone entrance that will blow other Android phones away. Per Engadget, Cyanogen and a puzzling startup called Nexbit have announced that they’re operative together on “something unequivocally cool,” nonetheless they never mention what that “something” indeed is. There are some really good reasons to consider it’s going to be a torpedo new Android phone, however.

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The biggest reason to consider this is that Nextbit boasts a clever register of talent that’s been poached from Amazon, Google and HTC, highlighted by former HTC exec Scott Croyle. For those of we who don’t recall, Croyle spent several years leading HTC’s industrial pattern and user knowledge teams and was a male many obliged for designing HTC’s beautiful hardware for a acclaimed HTC One and HTC One (M8) smartphones.

Despite carrying all of this top-notch tech talent, Nextbit is still being really decorous about what it’s indeed formulation to do. As Engadget points out, a website simply says that “the destiny of mobile is only removing started” and that “we’re building a groundbreaking record that will take it to a subsequent level.”

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