OVERVIEW: maybe Jelly Bean to HTC One S, new Twitter for Nokia mobiles and an update for the Nexus 7. Welcome to Thursday’s mobile and techoverblik.
Every day is flourishing piles of news, speculation and rumors about the development of tech, mobile and smartphones, and it can be extremely difficult to keep the overview.
Below you will find a number of small news from other media, which gives a quick status on the development right now, for you who are busy.
In every story there is a link to the original source that you can follow if you want to read more details on the subject.
HTC is planning perhaps a unique tablet
HTC Flyer, HTC’s Android tablet, has been an extremely limited success. But it holds no manufacturer from trying again.
Our site writes that HTC is on the road with another tablet that was supposed to hit the UK market. A spokesperson has HTC has said that there will be a tablet, with unique “selling points”.
There are no specs out, but it is expected that the device runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Small OTA update for Nexus 7
Google’s tablet which is manufactured by Asus, Nexus 7, has already been updated.
Several media, among other things, our site, reporting that a bug-fix update with the version number JRO03D currently rolled out.
After installation, there is no visible changes immediately on Nexus 7.
Perhaps Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on HTC One S
In Australia mobile operator Telstra expects that there will be Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out to HTC One XL (LTE version of HTC One X) and HTC One S.
Although HTC in Denmark will not say anything about the plans for the Jelly Bean, will therefore like to publish what Telstra knows.
Telstra writes no release date for the update on the website, but merely that HTC is preparing the update of the devices.
Windows 8 coming on 26. October
Well three years after its release of Windows 7, Friday 26 February. October 2012, is Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 8 ready for consumers.
The information comes from our site.
Windows 8 is awaited with great excitement as the system offers a tighter integration between Windows Phone smartphones and tablets like Microsoft Surface.
New Twitter app for low-spec Nokia mobiles
Although both Symbian and Nokia’s own Series 40 platform no longer gets the big attention, is there anyway to report on smånyheder.
Nokia has released a new Twitter application for mobiles with Series 40 operating system. The new Nokia devices running for example, Asha on this system.
Twitter for Nokia can be downloaded for free via Nokia Store.