A new rumor indicates that Google will launch two phones in 2016 as well just like they did with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P in 2015. However, the more interesting tidbit is that both the phones might be manufactured by HTC.
Google Nexus One which is also known as the grand father of Android phones and Google’s first Nexus device get’s updated to Android 2.3.6. Last update which Nexus officially received was of Android 2.3.4, now Google has decided to skip 2.3.5 and jump directly to 2.3.6. Well I have not updated my Nexus One yet as it is on CyanogenMod and I am sure they will be including Android 2.3.6 in their next nightly. The update does not have anything in particular except dome bug fixes. Follow the instructions below to manually update if you haven’t received the update yet.
The Online TV site Hulu Plus has finally made it to Android. There are loads of people who love to watch TV on the go with their android devices, and with display of these devices ranging from 4.7” to 3.8”, it would be a real pleasure. So Hulu has finally decided to roll out Hulu Plus application for Android devices.
We recently showed you a screenshot of an unknown device and we told you that it’s the prototype version of the next Nexus device. As Andy Rubin also confirmed that there will be a new Nexus device in future. We already know that it will be the first one to future Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich, but what else is under the hood. Continue reading “Rumor: Google Nexus 4G specs leaked”
Last year, Google launched two devices under their Nexus brand. First one was the Nexus One, which is still one of the sexiest phones and it was the first phone to feature Android 2.1. Then later last year, Google and Samsung launched the Nexus S, which offers Pure Google experience and first device to feature Gingerbread. Continue reading “There will be a new Nexus in future, says Andy Rubin”
Nexus S was Google’s first phone to come with Android 2.3, and after a long await, the first Google branded Android phone has got the gingerbread update. Finally. Continue reading “Nexus One Getting Gingerbread Update , Nexus S NFC support gets improved”
Nexus one got an OTA (over the air) update to Android 2.2.2 . And no, this is not a major update. This update brings in some security and bug fixes. No Gingerbread for the Nexus One owners yet. The update is expected to fix the long standing SMS bug in Android. Continue reading “Nexus One gets an OTA update to Android 2.2.2, Not Gingerbread !”
When Google officially launched Gingerbread, we heard that Nexus One is getting it already, but the rumors were totally false. Now Google has finally confirmed it through their official Google Nexus account that Google Nexus One will receive Android 2.3 in the coming weeks. Continue reading “Confirmed: Nexus One receiving Android 2.3 in coming weeks”
Google is said to be rolling out the Gingerbread update to Nexus One owners. This is definitely a great news for all the Nexus One owners who were eagerly waiting to try out the Google’s latest OS on their powerful smartphone.
Google recently announced its first Android 2.3 powered smartphone, the Nexus S. On the other hand, Google is said to be rolling out the Gingerbread update to Nexus One owners. According to the guys at Engadget, few Nexus One owners are reporting that they have already started receiving the the much awaited Android 2.3 update. This is definitely a great news for all the Nexus One owners who were eagerly waiting to try out the Google’s latest operating system on their powerful smartphone. Continue reading “Nexus One Getting Gingerbread Update Already? Update – Not Yet”
You may have seen the first shot of the Google Nexus S, which is rumored to be the first device to run Android 2.3 a.k.a Gingerbread, it’s manufactured by Samsung and Engadget posted the shots, and now Engadget is back again with some new screenshots, but this time it’s not the Nexus S. Continue reading “Samsung second Gingerbread device leaked, Samsung Galaxy S2?”
[The Image above is not real] These days, the hottest news on the web is about the Nexus Two. Rumors has it that Samsung is going to launch the second Google Experience device on November 8th. Well, first we thought it’s fake and just another rumor, but now folks over at Gizmodo Continue reading “Nexus Two is real, Gizmodo goes hands on”
A few days ago, we told you that Samsung is holding an event in New York on November 8th, where Samsung will announce a new Android powered device. We didn’t have any information on the device, but now rumors are on the street that Continue reading “Rumor: Samsung to launch Google Nexus Two”
Google removed the Nexus One from the Google/phone site a few months ago, but that doesn’t mean the Nexus One is dead. It’s still in USA as a developer phone, and you can get it from Google if you are a developer, and Vodafone UK and KT Korea is still offering the Nexus One. Continue reading “Mobilicity Canada launches the Nexus One and Blackberry Curve 3G”
Nexus one got OTA update FRG83 which updates the Android Version to 2.2.1. The OTA update is 3.9mb in size. The OTA update comes with important bug fixes and security patches. The notable security fix is Google have disabled the one click root in Nexus One. The OTA update is having issues with swype and other third party keyboards. This update is only for those running the latest version of Android 2.2 (build FRF91). Continue reading “Nexus One Updated to Android 2.2.1”
I saw some of the people dropped the T-Mobile G2, because they think that the 800 MHz processor in it is just a one slow processor. As I said before that the processor in G2 is a next generation processor, and it’s better than the 1 GHz processor in Nexus One, and now I have a Continue reading “T-Mobile G2 benchmark result leave Nexus One behind”