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Android 4.3 Hits Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Play Editions

Aug 3 2013, 6:29am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Android 4.3 Hits Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Play Editions
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Google made a gentleman’s promise and it is going to stick to its word of honor. The Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Play editions are going to be getting Android 4.3 update.


A pact had been made regarding certain updates on the Galaxy S4 and HTC One and Google kept to its resolution. An Android 4.3 version will feature on both Google Play editions of the aforementioned smart phones. It has been over a week since the Nexus Series received an update. And now it is going to be these two terrific gadgets that get the service. The Android 4.3 has been labeled as the Jelly Bean and it is truly a wondrous experience in itself. The list of features include: closed consumer profiles, software facilitation for Bluetooth Low Energy as well as Open GL ES 3.0 support system for extraordinary gaming pleasure. Even IR Blaster support is prominently featured among the main highlights. This opens up a virtual cornucopia of capabilities.

The wait is definitely over as Google allows its Google Play editions of the twin sets to feature Android 4.3 update. While the choice of a camera was available on both, some fine tuning also took place regarding both. Already the new Operating System is being caught on the airwaves by the Galaxy S4 as well as the HTC One. This is indeed cause for celebration among owners of these brands. Any news regarding GPS transformations haven’t been received yet though. 

Source: AnandTech

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