How to upgrade your phone to Android 4.4 or 4.5 by the end of the year
Updated September 21, 2018 9:37am In case you’ve been keeping up with the Android One phones and tablets, the release of Android 4 on November 7th was the first Android phone to hit the market with a new version of Android, Android 4 KitKat.
Android 4 Kitkat, which was officially introduced in March, was supposed to be the successor to Android 3.2 Jelly Bean.
That was not to be, and KitKat was not an immediate success.
Its first major software update was Android 4 (which was released in September 2017), and many users didn’t like it.
KitKat is the most popular Android OS in use in the United States and has more than 2.3 billion users.
The news of KitKat hitting the market wasn’t great for Android fans.
KitKats software update wasn’t available in any US stores for a few months and its availability in the US wasn’t immediately known.
The same was true for KitKat on the Nexus line of devices.
But KitKat’s arrival did not slow the Android community down.
The Android 4 Android KitKat has been released for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and the Nexus 10.
The first of these devices is a big step forward, and it has been praised by many.
The Nexus 10 is the new flagship device from Google and its predecessor, the Nexus 6.
The Nexus 10 features a 4.7-inch Full HD 1080p display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 16GB of internal storage.
The second of these smartphones, the Google Pixel, has a slightly smaller 4.3-inch 1080p screen, 2.7GHz quad-core processor, 16GB RAM, 8GB of storage, and Android 7.1 Nougat.
The Pixel is also the first phone to feature the Google Assistant, which is now integrated into the hardware itself.
The Pixel is one of the first smartphones to offer a fingerprint scanner, a USB Type-C port, and dual-SIM support.
Google also announced the Pixel XL, the first Google Pixel smartphone, which has a 4-inch display, 4GB of memory, 32GB of expandable storage, a 10-megapixel rear camera, and 1,280mAh battery.
Google Pixel XL price: $1,999, $1-1,599 (with two SIMs) and $1.299 (with one SIM)Source FourFourtwo title How Google Pixel XL can change the way you think about Android devices and Android smartphones article Updated October 13, 2018 10:42am Android phones and tablet are getting bigger and bigger in terms of specifications and price.
And if you’re an Android fan, then the Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel 2 will be just the start.
Google’s Pixel smartphones and tablets have a 5.7″ 1080p IPS display, an 8MP camera, 16MP front camera, 2,800mAh battery, and NFC.
Google has also launched a new Nexus line with a 5″ 1080×1920 display, dual-core Snapdragon 810 processor, a 16MP camera and a fingerprint sensor.
Google will be offering a Pixel phone in India, as well as a Pixel XL in the next few weeks.
Google will also be launching a Pixel in the UK, a Pixel 2, a Nexus 10, a new Google Play Edition smartphone and a Nexus 7.
If you’re a fan of Android phones, but you are looking for something to make your life easier, Google Pixel devices have you covered.
These devices have 4G LTE and NFC connectivity and they will also come with a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and an IP68 water and dust resistant coating.
The Google Pixel 2 is the newest Google Pixel device, but it is the cheapest one in the Google lineup.
It comes with Android 4 out of the box, but Google also added a few tweaks to the operating system.
Google is also launching a new Android smartphone in India called Google Pixel.
The Google Pixel is a premium phone with a fingerprint reader and a 5-inch screen with a 1080p resolution.
Google also released an Android phone with dual SIM capabilities called Pixel 2 Pro.
Google says the Google-designed Pixel 2 smartphone is the first to support Android Pay, a feature that lets you pay for apps and other services using your phone’s Android Pay card.
Google does not officially support Android 4, but the Pixel 2 phones are expected to come with Android 5.0, which will support NFC payments.