The next-generation Galaxy Note 3 seems remarkable addition in series, a new AnTuTu benchmark result has shown the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 even provide a few detail, so it’s been confirmed that the third-generation phablet will arrive soon to home, it’s expected to be launched in 2013 Samsung IFA event. AnTuTu benchmark shows that Galaxy Note 3 scores no less than 27914 in AnTuTu.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have GT-N7200 model number, it’s worthy to remember that GT-N7200 device has already been spotted in EXIF data.
This AnTuTu result doesn’t only confirm Galaxy Note 3 but also upcoming Android 4.3 version that has been rumored unveil in June 10, this result shows that the Galaxy S3 will come with Android 4.3 out of box, when phone comes to specs life, it’ll include a 1600MHz processor that could be the recently lunched Samsung Exynos 5 Octa.
Samsung is might be trying to cover various portions of mobile market with various GS4 variants as the phone has been rumored to get multiple brothers and each of them will offer a special feature like yesterday we got the waterproof version of cute Samsung Galaxy S4 known as Galaxy S4 active. Not a while Samsung updated their WatchON app, the latest version brought bug fixes and support of new devices that are expected to launch soon in near future, take a look on below screenshot and you’ll notice support of many upcoming brothers for Galaxy S4 that has not been launched yet even Samsung hasn’t provide any release date, Samsung will hopefully arrange a healthy family of their flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone in the line of Galaxy S series, I’m really excited to see upcoming Galaxy S4 devices that are following:
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Mega
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Active
Google did exactly a great a job with recent IO13 session by helping development section, however there was no release of new version of Android but Google tease us with Android Key Lime Pie, it seems that last conference was especially arranged for developers as Google told them how you can develop a good app, there’s was an element eating Key Lime Pie, it’s a new lovely way to tease Android’s users
Samsung will hopefully develop a healthy family of Galaxy S4 as it’s already been rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will get various brothers including the Galaxy S4 active that already has been rumored to come with water resistant. We have a few leaked Galaxy S4 mini shots now that seems enough to fit the bill, these Galaxy S4 active photos suggest us a large-screened smartphone.
As you can notice that the Galaxy S4 active features onscreen keys, one image confirms that the Galaxy S4 active will have GT-I9295 model number and even it confirms the CPU chip that is 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU. GSM Arena’s report suggests a 5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display.
The 2012 flagship Galaxy S3 is about to receive the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware update (reportedly in June) as SamMobile has just managed to leak it, this update brought plenty of handy features and most of them were reserved for the Galaxy S4.
As I said so many features are ported from the GS4 such as the lockscreen with multiple widgets, screen modes, daydream, driving mode, improved Notification Center, improved voice controls, white background for gallery mode, smart switch widget and more. To be honest, this firmware doesn’t include all of Galaxy S4 features but the official firmware may bring them.
A new report claims that Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for HTC One is about arrive in a few coming weeks.
The HTC One drives the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean as for but a new report claims that HTC is going to update phone to Android 4.2.2 soon in near future, according to an insider we’re just a few weeks away from update. HTC One’s competitor Galaxy S4 already comes with Android 4.2.2 out of box, so HTC One users are worried about it.
The Sony Xperia Z smartphone has already been received the AOSP firmware officially and now Sony’s 10-inch tablet is following the same term (U.S is currently taking pre-orders of tab), Sony has just announced that they are bringing update Sony Xperia tablet Z AOSP stock firmware, it’s great news for development community as now they’re able to obtain hacks a bit easily.
Sony is bringing the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for Sony Xperia tablet Z but it’s also worthy to note that it’s not suitable for daily use and even it may miss a few features of ROM. Here we must say that it’s at least enough to taste the latest Android version and developers should appreciate.
The white Nexus 4 has already been spotted in the wild of Android for many times, it was expected to be released at Google I/O but Google disappointed us, however the phone just made an appearance and a new report claims that it will hit the Google Play Store on June 10 even running the next version of Android – the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Android 4.3 was also expected on I/O event but resources are suggesting that Google just want to demonstrate their ability to roll out new services and APIs without the support of latest firmware, we don’t have enough information about next Android version but it will hopefully bring something very interesting.
When it comes to smartphones, there seems to constantly be a hotly-anticipated model. For fans of Apple the moment they could buy a new iPhone 5 last year would likely have been a pleasing one, as it had been widely talked about for a considerable period of time.
Users of handsets such as the iPhone 4 and 4S would perhaps have been keen to see what differences – and improvements – the manufacturer managed to make with the latest version, while for others it might have provided the ideal excuse to make the switch.
Technologies have made education very advanced, Google is now also following the tech trend for education as they have announced Google Play Education services officially at their Google I/O conference, it’s like a platform that is suitable for both, teachers and students.
Google Play for Education is a hub where you can find education apps recommended by educators, you’ll be able to buy education-related contents. Student can directly push apps to hub, even teachers can use many education tools to share contents on their students’ tablets. Software will be listed depending on subjects.
So the rumor was real, Google has announced their own Google edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 and it’s almost same as was rumored, this new Google’s GS4 runs stock Android Jelly Bean operating system. The Googler Galaxy S4 is totally unlocked as the Nexus 4 is, it support the LTE for AT&T and T-Mobile. It would have 16GB of free storage space, however we’re disappointed with the price tag that is still $649, it’s really not a budget-friendly smartphone. The Google edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 will hit the Google Play Store on June 26th.
One interesting about the phone that we expect, Google will hopefully prompt their Galaxy S4 variant with their future Android updates in no time as they updates the Nexus series. We don’t have any word about the removable battery and SD card space, but we hope the phone will have them.
Are you a gamer? Well! We’ve got very good news that can force you to jump because of happiness, Google has just announced their new Google Play Games service at Google I/O event, this latest gaming platform comes in wild in the form of many new APIs and interesting thing about service is that Google is going to unveil the APIs for iOS devices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and the web that is great for a better cross-platform gaming experience.
The Google Play Games services do offer a cloud save portion to save your valuable data and keep you updated with it anywhere you are as it enables you to sync game saves on different devices, you can share public leaderboards, achievements, matchmaking, and multiplayer. Google+ social network is supporting the the leaderboards and matchmaking for multiplayer, which means this new service can improve the huge amount of Google+ service users.
Google is already working on Play Games Services with many game developers to give you a better gaming experience such as Miniclip, Glu, Omni, Noodlecake, Gameloft, and more.
So you’re itching to get your hands on the new Google Play services? Well! No you need to wait for a long time as Google is pushing out the Google Play Games services today on all Android devices, this latest service support Android 2.2 or above . We don’t detail about iOS and web as for. But we hope it’ll happen very quickly.