Samsung confirms: Galaxy SII Jelly Bean update coming in February + MORE

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Sony Xperia ZL poses for the camera in its cool red paintjob Announced at the CES 2013, the Xperia ZL was said to be available in black, white and red, but the latter was nowhere to be seen at the Sony booth. Thanks to XperiaBlog, though, we can now take a look at the passionate-looking ZL.

The Sony Xperia ZL runs on the latest Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset with a quad-core 1…

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Apple ships 52 million iPhones in Q4 2012 Last week we heard plenty of rumors about Apple having cut orders for the new iPhone 5 due to lower than expected demand. While it has gone as far as to affect Apple's stock prices, it may not have been entirely true. According to one analyst Apple were able to ship some 52 million iPhone units in Q4…

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U.S Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets its Jelly Bean treat
Samsung has started rolling out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware update for the Wi-Fi Galaxy Note 10.1 in the U.S.

The build weights 487 MB and is available via OTA and Samsung Kies PC software. To update your Note 10.1 just go to Settings > About device > Software update or just hook up to your PC through USB…

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Samsung confirms:  Galaxy SII Jelly Bean update coming in February
Earlier this month, Samsung Korea posted details about upcoming Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy SII, but soon after the image was pulled from the site.

Now, we have confirmation from Samsung that the Jelly Bean update will start rolling out in February in Singapore, and hopefully soon after to other regions…

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There is not an Android fan out there that can say they didn’t have high hopes for the Nexus 4. Google chose LG, a new avenue for the search giant, and took a large risk with such a small contender in the mobile market. I’ve already discussed LG’s naming conventions yesterday evening’s editorial, but that’s not my main gripe with LG at all…

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Well, that didn’t take long. Just a couple of days after the Samsung SCH-I425 Godiva for Verizon first exposed itself to us thanks to a set of benchmark results, some photos purportedly showing the device in the wild have made their way online. The shots show a Verizon-branded Android smartphone with a set of four capacitive navigation keys on its face, and there’s also a removable battery and NFC support found within…

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