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It’s finally official, LG Optimus G Pro, rumored for a long time and now it’s here. Japanese carrier announced it’s spring lineup of Android devices and LG’s Optimus G Pro is one of the devices announced. LG Optimus G Pro has 5-inch 1080p Full HD display, 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 3,000mAh battery and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. There’s also similar specs to it’s predecessor like 2GB of RAM, 13MP camera on the back, 332GB of internal storage and LTE. Optimus G Pro arrives to Japan in April, but there’s no information about when it’s going to be launched in other countries.
Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo just announced line of Android device, and the most exciting device must be NEC’s Medias W. The NEC-made handset is a foldable smartphone with two 4.3-inch LCD displays. The device is also packed with 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP shooter on the back, 16GB of internal storage and built-in microSD slot. When you open the device the screen size expands to 5.6-inch diagonally, thanks to the two displays. Thanks to the two displays, apps can be used independently or together to provide more space. The device comes with Android Jelly Bean, and it’s expected to be launched in April in Japan. There’s no official word yet when or will it hit international markets.
Owners of unbranded Galaxy S3 in Australia can feel free to celebrate as Android 4.1.2 Update has started to roll out. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is currently available only via KIES, and there’s no word when the update will be available via OTA. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean brings many new features to Galaxy S3 smartphone, such as, ‘Premium Suite’, which brings ‘multi window’ functionality, but there’s also bug fixes, also Exynos exploit is fixed and the so called ‘sudden-death’ is fixed also. If you have unbranded Galaxy S3 device and your region is Australia, head to the KIES and download the update.
Sony is believed to announce thin and waterproof Xperia Tablet next week in Japan. It’s believed that NTT DoCoMo will be first carrier to add this tablet to their device lineup. Xperia Tablet Z has 10.1-inch 1,920-by-1,200 display, quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and 8MP camera on the back. Device is very thin, only 6.9mm and the body is also waterproof. Xperia Tablet Z don’t have as much pixels as iPad 4 or Nexus 10 has, but it sure is good competitor with it’s thin and waterproof body. There’s no pricing info released yet. Check out the full specs list after the break.
Samsung’s is going to add yet another size version to it’s Galaxy Note lineup. Samsung GT-N5100, will come in 2 versions GT-N5100 3G / WiFi version, and GT-N5100 WiFi version only. It’s also now confirmed that the official name is going to Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Galaxy Note 8 has 8-inch 1280×800 TFT (Super Clear LCD) display, 5MP camera on the back, 1.3 MP front camera, 2 GB RAM, 16Gb or 32GB of internal storage + Micro SD slot, and it comes with hefty 4,600mAh battery. The 8-inch Galaxy Note will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It also has S-Pen with all the latest functions. Samsung will unveil the 8-inch Galaxy Note in Mobile World Congress on February. Key specs after the break.
If you are one of those Samsung Galaxy S2 owners, you’re going to be very happy in February. Samsung is reportedly releasing Android Jelly Bean update for Galaxy S2 devices in February. According to the report from GSMArena, Samsung spokesperson told to Cnet that Galaxy S2 smartphone will get the Android Jelly Bean update in early February in Singapore and it will be launched in other regions soon after. The update will arrive to GT-I9100, and also to U.S variants i777 (for AT&T) and the T989 (for T-Mobile). Samsung has recently also told that Galaxy S2 device has shipped more than 40 million times since it’s launch on April 2011.
AT&T Galaxy S3 owners can be happy campers today, as carrier announced that they are beginning to push Android Jelly Bean update via OTA. AT&T Galaxy users have had the opportunity to download and install the update since December, but it was only available via KIES. The Android Jelly Bean update is now available via OTA, but you need to have a Wifi connection. It’s much better to update you smartphone via OTA, and those who hasn’t even realize that there was update ready via KIES since December.