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RT @AbuyasLife: So GS3 and GN2 are getting KitKat by the end of Q1. I've always wondered why Samsung devices are so popular.
At the Nokia event. Nokia is launching new devices today. The Ashas. 500, 502, 503
Downloading KitKat for Exynos Note 3 (SM-N900). Since I don't have the device, I'm shopping for testers. Any takers?
I wish some people could tell their story to everyone. Somebody said what about the ease of use of WP devices?
Including the Lumia 1020? "@Mwirigi: Nokia is going to have a grand sale on Friday. 50% off on all devices."
Now we have a clear picture of which devices will be getting KitKat.
"@__Shish__: @echenze kitkat? :)" Relax, it's just out, not yet on non-Nexus devices but soon
If you're using a Samsung device with Android 4.1.2 or greater don't bother with the new Android 4.4 email app. Whatever you have is better.
Making Android to be a much better experience on older low specced devices & all entry level Droids is an assault on someone's recent gains
Aye @AbuyasLife I guess some fellow engineer at Google was listening to your little rants about Android and low end devices. Satisfied now?
Meanwhile, where they are able to access GP devices, they're sold out. Didn't take an hour. Jesus!
Guys in almost all of Eastern Europe can't access Google Play devices too. Some in Western and Central countries too are locked out.
If we could access Google Play devices in Kenya, I would have already placed my order for a white Nexus 5. Sadly we can't. :-(
LG G Pro Lite Dual. Who is incharge of naming devices at LG? Seriously? All that long name? Ha!
... where the first computing device most kids see first when growing up is not a traditional PC but rather just a small cellphone?
Lessons learnt from the Nexus 4. And that's why it will be a long time before you see HTC make a Nexus device again. Supply vs demand.
The device maker can always intervene and influence availability outside the traditional Play Store targeted markets.
LG is completely hands-off as far as the Nexus devices it makes for Google are concerned. Not aggressive at all.
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