According to the Korean press DDaily, Samsung will be sticking with the same three button layout design as the Samsung Galaxy S III. You can’t really blame Samsung considering all the Galaxy S III devices they’ve sold since launch (which is a lot!).
Yesterday, Wirefly dropped the price of the HTC DROID DNA on Verizon to $49.99 for new customers. Today, Amazon Wireless is doing the same. Amazon doesn’t take too kind to being out-discounted and thus has matched Wirefly’s deal for all new customers.
While you search for what’s new and improved in Android 4.2.2, why not take a quick look at the official Nexus 7 specs listed on Google Play. What’s that? You don’t understand? Well, it appears Google has upped the battery life of the Nexus 7 from 8 hours of active use to 10 hours. This change comes in conjunction with the Android 4.2.2 update.
LG has been releasing some pretty lame teasers made to get us excited about what they have in store for Mobile World Congress this month. While we’ve seen leaks, heard rumors, etc., we’ve been patiently awaiting word from LG on what exactly it is they’ll have for us. Well, now we know, as LG has officially taken the lid off the next generation of Optimus L series devices.