Common_636, 01 May 2013When it comes to phone design, whether its from nokia, samsung, sony, htc, ZTE, LG etc. i act... more"if it aint broke, dont fix it"
have you heard that one?
Now, over the time, even tho its not "broken", it is tiresome... they sold millions using the same design, just like everybody else (ex. samsung). now its time to make another modification. (not change, modification to the same design that got you the millions devices sold)
So does that mean the N1 has a second life from Gingerbread to JB or KLP? I do hope so...might be time to dust up the best made Nexii despite its age.
we all know that most of the new updates can run on older devices just look at all the custom roms out there eg:4.1 on samsung p1000 ect,its just the phone manufactures who once they feel theirs no money left to be made from that device they push it to one side to make way for the next money earner that they roll out...
finally developers did it for mobile OSes ios.bada.android.512mb ram should be enough.its not a race of hardware it about consumer satisfaction... yuss and hope this rom brings good battery backup in smartphones otherwise ..battery rip..
If you guys think that there'd be any chance that older devices will get 4.3, chances are we'll get it via custom roms. If Android is indeed optimizing later iterations for underpowered devices, then we're seeing a great performance boost for current flagships and greater compatibility for older devices. Lower app sizes, optimizing RAM, extended support for older devices.
If a single-core 1GHz processor and just 512MB of RAM phone can run on 4.3, then my dad's Sam Galaxy GT-S7562 can run on it too. Lets hope there will be an update for it and that it will be smooth ^^
Really?? My Galaxy Nexus i9250 JRO03C yakjujp is currently stuck with Jelly bean 4.1.1 the heck!
Apple fanboys must be very frustrated because they do not have influence over Apple. Whatever Apple offers, they must accept. So they still have to see with 4" display with a very slow dual-core processor with just 1 GB RAM the most.
Anonymous, 01 May 2013what is that apple webkit next to nexus 4. Android uses Webkit code to power their browser. Webkit was developed by Apple, so that's why you see Apple's name. It's not an iPhone running Android in case you were wondering.
Anonymous, 02 May 2013Android fanboys need to pray hard in order to see a new Android version in their specific mode... morewhat do u mean by "Some day"? have u ever heard Nexus device? i think you have to pray Hard for your prehistoric iOS. LOL!! just help yourself to ease the pain by find a brick and smashed it. Good Luck crApple Fanboys!
So KLP is 4.3 not 5.0
Hmm... this things reminds me of 2.1 era when 2.1 went up to 2.2 froyo & 2.3 GingerB. it did change the name entirely. so it is possible name changes from Jelly Bean to KLP by only 0.1 ver number.
Rabid Rotty, 01 May 20131G/512 nah something is wrong there. Otherwise the Nexus One and the Nexus S would be at 4.2.2... moreMaybe one of the developers put it on their phone, doesn't mean the public will get it.
Android fanboys need to pray hard in order to see a new Android version in their specific models…some day.
These people who say Android OS lag are Apple Fanboys.
In fact the latest Android OS Jelly Bean 4.2.2 is buttery smoother than iOS.
Anonymous, 01 May 2013what is that apple webkit next to nexus 4. WebKit is a layout engine integrated into Chrome web browser.
Anonymous, 01 May 2013what is that apple webkit next to nexus 4. It is the web browser engine. The most popular web browser engines are Gecko and Webkit