Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.


Did Google just out the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus as the first device to get Jelly Bean (which is apparently coming “soon”), confirm that it will indeed by Android 4.1 (not 5.0) and give us a small, blurry look at what to expect with the next major update? Yes, yes and it looks like yes.


Thanks to the checkout page for the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus sold on Google Play, we now know that the next major release of Android, Jelly Bean, will be 4.1.

Below is the screenshot showing Jelly Bean in association with Android 4.1. We confirmed the HSPA+ when purchasing the Galaxy Nexus, the final confirmation page lists the device as, “the latest smartphone from Google, soon the first phone with Android 4.1 Jell…”

I was able to view a new icon for the Galaxy Nexus showing a modified Google search bar (the same one featured in the listing for the I/O 2012 app), assumed to be a part of Jelly Bean, lending even more credibility the the accuracy of today’s discovery.

At this point, we had already assumed that Jelly Bean would end up being Android 4.1, and that the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus would be the first device to receive the update. If anything, this is just a little bit of confirmation that we were thinking in the right direction.

Will we see Android 4.1, Jelly Bean unveiled at Google I/O next week? I think we can confidently say yes. As for when the update will actually reach HSPA+ handsets, “soon” could mean anything. Could be during the announcement, could be a month from now. Verizon and Sprint users, who knows how long it could take for your device to finally get the update. Hopefully it won’t be another six months like last time, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see the wait extend into the 4th quarter of the year. Either way, we should know more in just a couple more days now.

More on Google’s Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ :

The phone showed up briefly on Google Play before Google took it down. The blog Droid Life took a screen snap  of the listing, which placed the price at $409.

The listing in Google Play also may confirm reports that Google plans to sell the next Nexus directly, a la Apple. That was also the game plan for the Nexus One in 2010, but Google eventually pulled the plug on that effort because of lack of demand for the $529 model.

Wrist Watch Mobile Phones by Burg Launched in India:


India, New Delhi: Now, make and receive calls, send SMSs and do much more using your wrist watch. Does it sound strange? But now, no more.

Burg, the Netherland-based wristwatch mobile phone brand, has expanded its business in India by opening its flagship showroom in Kirti Nagar Moments Mall, Delhi.

The company introduced some innovative models of wrist watch mobile phones for the Indian market including Burg 9, Burg 10, Burg 11, Burg 12 and Burg 13. The models are priced between Rs 9,000 and Rs 24,000.

Burg launches wrist watch mobile phones in India; starts at Rs 9,000

It is claimed that, with Burg wrist watch mobile phones, one can have access to all the features of a mobile phone, which include making and receiving phone calls, Internet connection through WAP 1.2.1, MP3 / MP4 Player, front-facing camera (with 3x zoom function), video recorder, audio recorder, voice recorder, image viewer, file manager organiser, task list, alarm clock, calculator, Bluetooth capability, phone book up to 500 numbers, micro SD card slot and much more.

In Delhi-NCR, Burg has opened 3 retail outlets in a day. Apart from the flagship store, the two other retail outlets are in Greater Kailash and MGF mall, Gurgaon. Besides, the company already has two stores – one each in Guwahati and Kolkata, opened this week.

There are plans to open 20 outlets of Burg within a span of next one year.

Addressing the media after inaugurating the Burg flagship store in Kirti Nagar Moments Mall, Mr Koen Pieters said, “India is the next focus destination for Burg in its global road map. We will keep introducing our wide range of futuristic products for Indian consumers at their door steps.”

Burg already has a significant presence in Italy, Germany, Russia, Mexico, United States of America, Spain, Chile, Venezuela, Norway and Switzerland.

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