Google today updated its monthly Android Distribution numbers for May. The data shows that the latest version of Android — Lollipop — is now running on 9.7 percent of Android devices out there.
OnePlus co-founder and CEO Carl Pei today announced on Twitter that the Cyanogen OS 12S update for the OnePlus One has received certification from Google today, and it will start rolling out in the next few days.
Google’s monthly Android version breakdown for the period ending April 7 is now available, and things are looking good for the company’s latest and sweetest flavour of Android.
Last year, Samsung made a great comeback with the Galaxy Note after launching a series of unimpressive handsets, including the Galaxy S5. Despite being made primarily from plastic, the Galaxy Note 4 comes with a metallic mid-frame that greatly improved its in-hand feeling and build quality.
Sony today announced that it has started the worldwide rollout of the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, and the Z3 Tablet Compact from today.
Android 5.0 Lollipop comes with some major under the hood enhancements that should theoretically improve battery life. However, things have been exactly the opposite for users who have updated their device to Lollipop.
OnePlus will not be able to live up to its promise of releasing the Lollipop update for the One by the end of this month.
At last year’s Google I/O conference, the company officially unveiled Android Auto, the in-car system meant to compete with Apple’s CarPlay system (at least a little bit).