3 Upcoming Android Jellybean 4.3 Smartphones
What’s Next for Android?
With Google’s recent Nexus 5 release featuring Android 4.4 Kit-Kat Smartphone, the world wants to know what’s coming next in the world of Android devices. A number of Android devices are on the way and they will be here just in time for the holidays.
While most feature the Android Jellybean operating system still, compatible devices and that otherwise eligible to be updated after their release will likely be put on the Kit Kat rollout schedule as soon as is possible after their respective launch dates. In any case, the following three Android smartphones are certainly worth waiting for, with or without Kit-Kat.
Motorola Moto G
The Moto G, the highly anticipated middle of the road version of the Moto X has been announced by Motorola and will apparently be unveiled officially on November 13. According to BGR, the Moto G will feature a Qualcomm S4 Pro CPU and a 4.7-inch screen, which @EVLeaks has apparently leaked to the blogosphere already, even though Engadget says the EVLeaks photo is not that of the Moto G. Though Motorola has a sign up available to receive Moto G information, Motorola has yet to release a price for the device.
Sony Xperia Z1 Mini – International Version
The little brother to the Sony Xperia Z1, the Xperia Z1 F, also known as the Xperian Z1 Mini was released in Japan just recently, and an international version is expected to be announced on November 12, says Geeky Gadgets. The global version will come in multiple colors, and sport Android 4.3 Jellybean with the Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage to back it up.
The Japanese Xperia Z1 Mini website states that they’ve achieved “20.7 million effective pixels,” which means the device will sport a 20.7-megapixel rear camera with a Sony G lens. It will also feature a front facing 2-megapixel camera as well.
Oppo N1 and Oppo N1 Limited Edition
According to an Oppo press release, the company is releasing a limited edition of the Oppo N1, which will sell at the same price as the original N1 and feature every Oppo N1 specification as well, including its 5.9-inch HD screen.
The limited edition Oppo N1 will feature the aftermarket Android operating system, CyanogenMod, while the original N1 used Android 4.2 Jellybean. The other awesome feature of the N1 and the LE N1 is that it was the first to feature a 13 megapixel camera, not to mention the first to feature a camera that rotates. The N1 and Limited edition N1 aren’t available yet, but Oppo promises it is “coming soon,” to the U.S. and will be available on Amazon.com.
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