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16GB Nexus 7 UK price cut ahead of Google Event

Rumors are around that Google will launch a 32GB Nexus 7 Tablet on Monday, UK retailers have lowered the price of the 16GB model. The 8GB tablet with the price of £159 can possibly disappear. And Curry’s has reduced the price of the 16GB version to £189, while Comet has reduced it to £179.

Google has been selling the same product with higher storage for £199 but the official pricing may change on Monday.

The company seems like they will be introducing a 32GB version and may be a 3G enabled version of the device at there ‘Playground’ even on October 29.

Via: Techradar

Samsung Galaxy Camera coming to AT&T

Samsung’s new Galaxy Camera will be available to US customers through mobile network AT&T. The 16-megapixel camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean when it arrives, and the carrier notes that it will support 4G connection.

The Galaxy Camera is a hybrid between a camera and a mobile phone this device will come with:
- A quad-core 1 GHz processor
- 4.8-inch screen
- 21x optical zoom.

The price of the device has not been set by the US mobile telecom company AT&T but there is no need to worry as it will soon be revealed in the upcoming weeks.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: The Verge

TomTom for Android goes live on Google Play

TomTom turn by turn navigation app has finally gone live in the Google Play Store. This service will offer free mapping updates for life.

The key feature on this app is the offline maps, the user will be able to drive from one point to another without the need for data connection.

This mobile app as usual is not free and will cost £30.99 for UK/Ireland maps, £39.99 for Western Europe, $37.99 for the USA and $49.99 for Australia. The app is also available for New Zealand, Turkey, Greece and South East Asia these version come in different price ranges.

These prices are still introductory prices, so unless you buy it now you may have to pay extra at a later time.

Via: TechRadar

Sony Xperia P rolling out Android 4.0 update

Ice Cream Sandwich has been gradually rolling out for Sony’s Android devices throughout the summer, and the company has confirmed that it is now the Xperia P smartphone’s turn to enjoy Android 4.0.

Users can expect the full Android 4.0 experience, including;

- New lock screen
- Updated settings menu
- New multi-tasking controls and more

Sony has added its own touch to the Ice Cream Sandwich with the Walkman, Albums and Movies media apps.

The update is ready for the Xperia P handsets, it will be out for the users over the next few week depending on their carrier and region. When the update is available update message will automatically prompting users to download over Wi-Fi, or through a PC or a Mac.

Sony says that next in line for the Ice Cream Sandwich update are the Xperia U, Xperia Sola and Xperia Go handsets, though there is no date yet for when the update is expected to be released.

Stay tuned for more updates

Via: TechRadar

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 2 factory photo confirms larger screen

The image shown above shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have a bigger display than its previous version. The photo above reportedly comes from a disassembled factory unit, leaked by an individual.

The original Samsung Galaxy Note has been dubbed a “phablet” and a smartphone-table hybrid due to a huge 5.3-inch screen. The new Galaxy Note 2 screen will be a larger 5.5 inch screen. With a bigger screen the Galaxy Note 2 will be sort of a miniature tablet, despite it being a smartphone in all but size.

With a large 5.5-inch display which means it is the largest smartphone ever released. The Galaxy Note 2 might not fit in your pocket, but comes with all the advantages of a tablet’s larger screen. The extra space will mean that Samsung will include impressive components such as an overclocked 1.6 GHz Quad-Core Exynos (Found in some versions of the S3). The Galaxy Note 2 could also have a 12 or 13-megapixel camera, if the rumours are to be believed.

Stay tuned for more updates, release dates etc.

Via: TechRadar

Adobe Flas app says goodbye to Google Play

Adobe has announced it is the end of the Flash app on Google play, with further updates for the plug-in set to be available only to those who have the app downloaded on their phones.

Adobe announced back in November 2011 that it would not support mobile going forward, which meant Android 4.1 Jelly Bean would not have flash support.

Adobe put up a blog on August 15 confirming the Flash app would not be available through Android’s app store.

“Devices that do not have Flash Player already installed are increasingly likely to be incompatible with Flash Player and will no longer be able to install it from the Google Play Store after August 15,” explained Adobe.

Stay tuned for more updates.

From: TechRadar




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