Google today announced that it is expanding its Android One program to other neighboring regions of India — Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The company had unveiled Android One and the first batch of devices from Indian OEMs at an event in September earlier this year.
While Xiaomi is known to frequently rollout software updates for its devices, the company takes its own sweet time in updating its devices to the latest version of Android. There are multiple reasons behind this, including the fact that Xiaomi’s MIUI framework and skin are extremely complex, and require a lot of effort to be rebased for a new version of Android.
The idea was to write the review of this newish Inateck accessory while away for the weekend, yet I forgot to take it with me. Or did I? Wait a moment, nestling in between the pages of a magazine… I’d brought it after all! You see, the ‘Ultra Slim’ lives up to its name, being well under half a centimetre thick, incredibly light, futuristic, dustproof, virtually waterproof – and it works flawlessly too.
Earlier this month, Google started rolling out the Lollipop update for all Android Wear watches. The update introduced a number of new features and enhancements, including Theater mode, an official API for custom watch faces, and more.
Google has started pushing a newer build of Lollipop — Android 5.0.2 — to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). It has also pulled the Android 5.0.1 factory images for the 2012 Wi-Fi Nexus 7, and replaced it with the one based on Android 5.0.2.