Google I/O: stay tuned for our coverage
posted by Nick T. / Jun 25, 2012, 7:33 AM
Sure, both iOS 6 and Windows Phone 8 did get unveiled earlier this month, yet keep holding on to your hats 'cause the frenzy of announcements has not finished. That is because the Google I/O developer conference begins on June 27, and rumor has it that the tech giant has some pretty exciting stuff to show off.
Google Nexus tablet, anyone? This rumored device will most likely be made official during the Google I/O opening presentation, and the attending developers even might walk away with one. And to spice things up even further, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will come pre-installed on it, if rumors are on the right track.
What else Google has in its magical bag of goodies is not exactly clear yet, but it won't be long until we know for sure. That said, stay tuned for our Google I/O coverage! We will be keeping a close eye on the event as it unfolds and will be reporting everything as it happens.
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hy GS3 lovers ... do not buy it right now ..... may b up coming GS3 will be 4.1 android preloaded.
posted on Jun 25, 2012, 8:09 AM 0
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i really doubt if its coming out later on preloaded with 4.1. whomever has it now will be able to update it. why would half the GS3 out there be 4.1 capable, and the rest not?
posted on Jun 26, 2012, 1:27 PM 0
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No, what he meant was that if you buy one NOW, it will already come with JB with it. For example, if you buy an HTC Vivid from AT&T, it's already pre-installed with ICS, even though it came out with GB.
posted on Jun 26, 2012, 8:39 PM 0
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The sad thing is that ICS is just starting to come to devices, and the next version of Android is about to be released. I'm thinking that Google should stop giving each x.x (i.e. 2.2-2.3) of a version of Android a new name, and only give a name to those that bring significant updates. In my opinion, there's already been a "Nexus Tablet" which was the Motorola Xoom. The Xoom came with the first version of Android optimized for tablets and didn't really have any Motorola specific customizations/enhancements.
posted on Jun 26, 2012, 5:55 PM 0
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