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Android 4.3 Features Leaked

Android 4.3 Features Leaked

Google I/O is just around the corner and rumors about the new Android OS are a buzzing like crazy . This past week we discovered the existence of Google’s new OS Android 4.3. Now, if that really is Key Lime Pie is yet to be found out but what we have found out thanks to HTC are two new features coming with the new Android OS. HTC had put up a meeting posting , and had said, they would provide an over view about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Open GL ES 3.0, which they said would arrive on Android devices. HTC’s Dario Laverde later sent a statement to Slashgear that though the meet up woull bring out some surprises they were not claiming unannounced new features in their earlier statement. Whatever the case may be, we do know that these Two features would be talked about there. Bluetooth Low Energy or Bluetooth Smart is used fro heart rate monitors, key finders and multi-sensor kits (temperature, pressure, humidity, accelerometer). This feature has been supported by a couple of Android devices but it not an official part of Android as yet. Open GL ES 3.0 is a graphics setting supported by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processors. This processor is currently found on the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One, and with this new graphics enhancements we can’t wait to see what new games will use its full potential....

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Android 4.3 (Most likely to be Key Lime-Pie) Spotted on a Few devices

Android 4.3 (Most likely to be Key Lime-Pie) Spotted on a Few devices

  Its been almost a year now since Google introduced the world to Android 4.1.1 JellyBean and from that day till now, it has managed to scale up to almost 28% of the total smartphones running on Google’s flagship OS. Now the next big question on everybody’s mind is to exactly when and where will the search giants be unveiling their next big proposed software update to their already existing (and impressive ) line of Android operating systems. There have been rumors flying around about the possibility of the next Android 5.0  code-named Key-Lime Pie which currently being kept under the hoods….Till Now ! Apparently we came across a few Chinese manufactured devices (mostly tablets) along with a few other renowned Google devices including the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and the Galaxy Nexus running on Android 4.3 which in our opinion can very well be Key Lime-Pie which everybody is so anxiously anticipating since almost a year. For now we have just come across the snapshot of a log recently published online that clearly shows an indication of the aforementioned devices running on the upcoming Android 4.3 even though there has been no official word from Google or any of its subsidiaries as yet.   Our genuine guesses tell us that Google just might be readying themselves to reveal the all new Android version at the upcoming three day mega event, the Google I/O scheduled to take place from May 15-17. We’ll be keeping checks on the event and would keep updating you guys but in the mean time if any of you happen to come across a device running on Android 4.3 then do let us know. Cheers...

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Motorola X to have Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor and 3,300 mAh Battery

Motorola X to have Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor and 3,300 mAh Battery

Google I/O 2013 is just around the corner and rumors are flying high about Motorola’s contribution to the party, the Motorola X. Motorola has joined hands with Google, so the Motorola X is rumored to be the next Google Nexus smartphone. Though there are other rumors that Google are launching their Nexus 5, which is a separate device altogether. The Motorola X is rumored to have a 4.8-inch display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, which is the successor to the Snapdragon 600 processor found in the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One. The smartphone will also have a 3,300 mAh battery, previously rumored to be 4000 mAh but according to sources that is not the case. Now to the OS, the Motorola X is rumored to be running on Android 5 Key Lime Pie, but according to sources if the Nexus 5 is being launched then this device would be sporting Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and would be later upgradeable to Android 5. Other rumors include the smartphone being protected with Gorilla Glass 3 and will be water resistant for upto 30 minutes as well.  AS the Google I/O 2013 comes ever so close the rumors will keep on coming and you can be sure Talking Android Phones will be there to tell you all about them. If you all have heard any other rumors then do share with us in our comments section...

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