Posts Tagged ‘Android 4.2’

Some of the largest players in the game are all holding scheduled press events over the course of the next seven days in an attempt to get their products and services noticed by the tech hungry public. Apple will be taking to the stage first on October 23rd to introduce us to the new miniature iPad, followed closely by Microsoft on October 25th to refresh our memories on Windows 8 and the Surface tablet. To end the month, Google will be holding their own Android event in New York that looks likely to bring some very interesting announcements, on the same day, Microsoft is holding a Windows Phone 8 launch event too.

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I’m not sure whether it’s down to the fast-moving nature of technology, or our insatiable requirement as tech enthusiasts to be presented as something new, but whenever a new product – hardware or software – hits the market, it seems no sooner do we become acquainted with our new bit of kit than we look ahead to what’s coming up next. Thus, with Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 having begun trickling out to the Samsung-manufactured Galaxy Nexus among others, it’s only fair we turn our attentions to the upcoming dose of Android – 4.2 – right?

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Whenever a friend asks me to recommend them a smartphone, one of the first questions I ask is if they’re a fan and a regular user of Google’s services and products – Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, Chrome etc. If they are, I point them towards an Android smartphone like the Galaxy S III or Galaxy Nexus. This is because the apps for these services work best on Android.

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While only a very tiny fraction of Android smartphones are running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, rumors and reports of the next version of Google’s popular mobile platform are starting to emerge online.

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