November 19, 2013

Motorola announced the Moto G a budget friendly Android smartphone

Motorola, in Brazil, has announced the Moto G. By where and how the device looks the Moto G is aimed for those who wants to own a smartphone that can give great performance sans the hefty price. In fact, Motorola will be selling it at just $199 for the 16GB version and just $179 for the 8GB version. The Moto G will be sold in Brazil and Latin America this week while other countries/regions like the US, Europe, India, and the Middle East will get it next year in January. For other regions, the Moto G will be sold in 30 countries with 60 partners by 2014.

November 1, 2013

The Google Nexus 5 with Android 4.4 KitKat

Finally! One of the most waited devices for this year, the Google Nexus 5! Officially made official by Google, of  course, the LG-made Nexus 5 is the first and currently the only smartphone to run on Android 4.4 KitKat. The Nexus 5 is also Google's first smartphone to sport a Full HD display which will go head to head with most, if not all, other flagship Android smartphones currently selling in the market. For the first time, I believe, Google has made something that will truly compete, specs-wise, in the Android world unlike the other Nexus smartphones prior to this which had not-so-at-par specs when put beside a competing flagship smartphone from a different OEM. 

Google announces Android 4.4 KitKat

Google timed it for Halloween! They have at least two treats for all of us. One is what you see above, yup! Android 4.4 KitKat is now officially official. It has been but today we now know what the latest version of Android has to offer. If Android Jelly Bean is about a smooth platform, Android KitKat is all about memory optimization. That means that KitKat is expected and is built to run on a hardware with just 512MB of RAM. But it is not just that. We all know what Googlers can give us right? They stuffed Android KitKat with as much features as they can like Wallpapers are now in fullscreen which means that your wallpapers will extend through the notification bar and system buttons and whatnot.