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Claims that five Google Nexus-branded phones are in the works for simultaneous release later this year got a fresh layer of credibility today, setting the scene for a smartphone battle royale in the closing months of 2012.
According to last week’s report from Talk Android, the five devices will be manufactured by Google’s five key Android partners, namely: Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG and Sony.
All handsets will purportedly feature the unadulterated, vanilla version of Android for which the Nexus brand is known and will showcase the forthcoming Jelly Bean OS iteration.
Today, more details have emerged of Google’s plans. An insider familiar with matters down at Mountain View claims that the phones will drop on November 5th - a date that marks five years since the Android platform was unveiled.
Should the site’s information prove correct, it would set up a cut-throat battle with the iPhone 5, which is scheduled for launch in October, for market share in the final quarter of the year.
Opening up the Nexus brand to multiple manufacturers would also mark a sea change in Google’s approach to the Nexus range.
Previously Google has brought only one Nexus device to market per year, with manufacturing duty granted to a single preferred partner.
The shift is thought to be partly aimed at cutting down on the fragmentation problems that have plagued Android from very early on. These have been caused largely by manufacturers’ custom skins which have created delays when phone makers’ attempt to update handsets to newer versions of the OS.
Crafty hackers have cobbled together a version of Google’s newly release Android 4.4 KitKat for 2010’s Nexus One and its successor, the Nexus S.
The Big G has only released the new operating system for its most recent Nexus devices, leaving owners of the Nexus One and Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus stranded on older editions of the software.
However, members at XDA developers have created an unofficial update that works on the first Nexus handsets. Unfortunately, it’s lacking certain key functions, with no screen shot skills and issues with the camera.
Google has previously bragged about KitKat’s ability to work on older devices with RAM as low as 512MB. But despite the Nexus One having precisely that amount of RAM, the search giant has decided against offering an official bump.
KitKat’s rollout has begun to gather pace, with HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 owners due to get the update in early 2014.
Samsung’s much-hyped Galaxy S5 could be launched as soon as February, if a new report from the tech giant’s native Korea is to be believed.
ET News claims that Samsung is looking to unleash the device ahead of the first anniversary of the Galaxy S4, which falls next April. Recent rumours have suggested that slow sales of that handset may have caused Sammy to bring forward plans for its new flagship.
Interestingly, the report serves up some juicy new morsels about the phone. Word is it’ll come in two variants: One a metal-chassis packing effort with a flexible screen; the other a plastic model with a regular display.
Specs-wise, both phones will come loaded with a blisteringly fast octa-core processor, Android 4.4 KitKat, 3GB of RAM and a 5-inch display. The same report claims that Samsung could launch the sequel to its Galaxy Gear smart watch at the same time.
Production of the Galaxy S5 will apparently ramp up at the start of the New Year, with a potential release at or around Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona next February.
Samsung’s Android 4.4 update schedule for its current-gen and previous-gen flagship phones has leaked online, with the first handsets set to get on board early next year. `
According to what we’re told is an internal memo sourced by iTech Addict, the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 are in line for a bump to the latest KitKat version of Android at some time during January.
If you’re still rocking a Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Note, you’re looking at a much longer wait, though. Samsung doesn’t intend to start rolling out Android 4.4 to these kits until March or April.
Before you get too excited about the upgrade, it’s worth mentioning that these dates most likely apply solely to Galaxy handsets bought off-contract and SIM-free.
Those of you who bought your Galaxy smartphone on a monthly contract will probably have to sit on your hands a while longer while your carrier performs tests on the new software. And ensures that KitKat works with whatever bloatware they’ve squirreled away on your slab of cellular joy.
As well as a rethought dialler and redesigned icons, KitKat brings with it an all-new Hangouts app, with SMS integration, and various, non-specific performance optimisations.
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Windows Phone fans can look forward to a glut of Nokia-branded smart devices before the Finnish firm completes the sale of its mobile division to Microsoft.
‘Sources familiar with Nokia’s road map’ have told The Verge that there will be half a dozen new products on show.
While details on all of these are as yet unclear, it is known that Nokia will be outing its 6-inch Lumia 1520, putting itself up against Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3.
The phone is believed to pack a 20-megapixel camera, using Espoo’s PureView tech.
But the real excitement centres around the Lumia 2520. Nokia’s Windows tablet has been hyped for years, pretty much from the minute Nokia revealed it was working with Microsoft.
How the slate will stack up against the iPad and Nexus 7 remains to be seen. Microsoft’s new Surface 2 slate is out on the same day as the Nokia event, suggesting Redmond is plotting a concerted attack on the tablet space as Christmas approaches.
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Eye-poppingly colourful shells, Windows Phone’s live tiles and exclusive services certainly mark Nokia’s Lumia range out from the slew of smartphones adhering fast to the 'black slab' school of design and post-iPhone user interfaces consisting of rows of apps.
But for all the good notices taht the likes of the Lumia 900 garnered in the tech press, Lumia kits are yet to find favour with the mass market in anything like the same way as Samsung Galaxy handsets or the iPhone.
Can the Lumia 925 buck the trend and crack the mainstream? Find out in our review.
One of the most oft-heard criticisms of some earlier Lumia smartphones is that their plastic builds made them feel a bit cheap. Not so the Lumia 925.
Presumably in response to those catcalls from reviewers, the Lumia 925 features a robust metal frame while retaining the range’s hallmark polycarbonate plastic rear.
That means that it feels premium. But it also means Nokia hasn’t bulked up the handset unnecessarily, with the Lumia 925 coming in at a fighting-fit 139g.
Fire up the Lumia 925 and the phone’s 4.5-inch, 1280x768 resolution AMOLED display impresses from the get-go too. More of which later.
Newcomers to the Windows Phone OS that powers the Lumia 925 might be put off by its unfamiliarity. Don't let that happen.
Although Microsoft’s live tiles design deviates from the iOS-alike layout that once seemed set in stone, it’s actually a great operating system and one that's really easy to pick up.
The blend of metal and plastic gives the 925 a two-tone look at the rear, which may or may not butter your muffin. For the record, we like it.
Squarer than most smartphones, the Lumia 925 features three on-screen pressers at the foot of the screen, namely: back, start and search. All of which will be familiar if you’ve used any kind of Windows Phone before.
The device also packs three buttons on the right, taking in a volume rocker, a dedicated camera button and ‘sleep/wake’.
At 8.5mm thick, this is a lot thinner than the 10.7mm Lumia 920 and is much more comparable – if not quite as svelte - as the likes of the iPhone and Samsung’s top-end Galaxy kits.
Nokia vice president Bryan Biniak has issued a barely concealed attack on Microsoft, saying it needs to work harder on getting the best apps onto Windows Phone if it wants to sell more smartphones.
In an interview with IBTimes, Biniak said: “We are releasing new devices frequently and for every new device, if there is an app that somebody cares about that's not there that's a missed opportunity of a sale.
"We are trying to evolve the cultural thinking [at Microsoft] to say 'time is of the essence.' Waiting until the end of your fiscal year when you need to close your targets doesn't do us any good when I have phones to sell today."
Biniak went on to add: “It's not just about the hardware, it's about the tools that are on the hardware. You can't sell a phone without the apps, you just can't."
Nokia is certainly not lacking when it comes to hardware. Its new 41-megapixel Lumia 1020 has been widely heralded as one of the best camera phones ever.
But with Microsoft offering a mere 165,000 smartphone apps compared to Apple’s 900,000 and Google’s millions, it seems Espoo may continue to struggle to compete.
Nokia is readying a new NFC and Bluetooth-packing accessory that it reckons will stop you from ever losing your keys again.
Dubbed Treasure Tag, the small device will work with Espoo’s Lumia smartphones. Word is that it’ll pair with a specially designed app, which will allow you to see exactly where the tag is at any given time.
The small, stamp-sized device comes with a special loop so it can be attached to a set of keys or a bag.
What’s more, it’ll play nice with Nokia’s LiveSight mapping platform, allowing you to see where it is whenever you fire up your handset’s maps app.
You’ll even be able to use it to find your phone if it’s lost, by simply pressing down a dedicated button which will make the phone beep if in range.
Rumour is the Nokia Treasure Tag will be out ‘in the coming weeks’. Hopefully it can help to chivvy along sales of the new Lumia 1020.