Update: Carphone Warehouse has also started selling the LG G3 online, with all three color variations available for purchase with next-day delivery. Original story follows.
Can't wait till next Tuesday to buy the LG G3? You're in luck, as UK retailer Unlocked Mobiles has started selling the device ahead of other outlets like Amazon. The retailer's website lists the G3 as being in stock and eligible for next-day delivery.
The Gear Live — Samsung's first Android Wear smartwatch is official, announced at Google I/O and available from today on the Google Play Store for $199. If you're wondering about exact hardware specs, we've got full Samsung Gear Live hardware details waiting below.
As part of its Google I/O 2014 conference, the company has released a new video that shows how Android will soon find itself on many devices, including televisions, smartwatches and cars in addition to smartphones and tablets.
HTC just dropped us the following on its plans for updating to the still-unnamed L release of Android: Updates will start within 90 days of getting the code from Google for the HTC One M8 and M7, and other phones will follow.
One of the major features in the Nokia X2, aside from the improved hardware, is the introduction of Nokia's software platform 2.0, which is based on a fork of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. However, it looks like the new platform will be limited to the Nokia X2, as Microsoft has confirmed that earlier devices in the Nokia X family will not be compatible to receive the update.
As rumored, Huawei announced a new high-end smartphone today called the Honor 6. It's boasting a 5-inch 1080p display, 3 GB of RAM, and a Kirin 920 octa-core processor made of four A15 cores and 4 A7 cores which Huawei thinks compares to the Snapdragon 805. The Huawei Honor 6 runs Android 4.4.2 with their usual customizations on top.
HTC's mid-range Desire 610 may soon be available on AT&T, if a leaked render posted by @evleaks is any indication. Announced at the Mobile World Congress in February, the device is currently available in Europe for EUR 333 ($453).
Microsoft today announced the Nokia X2, the successor to the original X released by Nokia, as was previously teased with Nokia Conversations blog post. Priced at just €99, it's an affordable Android smartphone for targeted markets. The 4.3-inch display with Nokia Glance is joined by expandable internal storage, dual-SIM support, as well as apps and services from Microsoft.
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