What, did you survive Black Friday? If you bought a new smartphone on sale or are looking for tips for your current one, check out the most read articles of the week on AndroidPIT. We made a comparison between Moto G and Nexus 4 to know if the price difference of the two handsets is also reflected in the performance and hardware characteristics. Read on and see if it is worth investing a little more or not. The rumors weren't out of the podium either, and the Samsung's supposed list of update dates of their main devices for the KitKat caught the attention of our readers. Also, you can know how to get out of the controversial app of
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Motorola surprised a lot of people by launching Moto G, a smartphone below market price that delivers the experience of a pure Android. Nexus 4 is a smartphone with specifications high end It is also offered at an affordable price, but at a cost-effective price in the country it is not the same as in Europe or the USA. So what is the most advantageous deal: Moto G or Nexus 4?
The iTechAddict website had access to a Samsung document that would show the distribution date of the Android 4.4 KitKat update for a number of devices. If the document is true, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 owners will receive KitKat as early as January 2014, while Galaxy S3 and Note 2 will be updated between March and April 2014.
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What's worse: the delay in upgrading the OS or delivering a bugged OS? Of course no one wants one, much less the other. However, manufacturers and Google will have to review some decisions, since, after problems with the GS3 and GS4 update, now it's time for Nexus 4 users to complain about the update to KitKat 4.4.
Last week Samsung issued an official statement about the issues with the Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 update. Now it's time for S4 owners to report problems with Jelly Bean 4.3. Dear Samsung, the time has come to better test your updates before distributing them, don't you think?
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