Droid Daily 10/18/12: Starbucks App gets Updated, LG Optimus 4X hits Wind Mobile, Droid Razr HD Developer Edition Now Available, and More

Starbucks app gets updated, brings Android 4.x UI

We love to see app updates like this. Where developers are bringing the Holo UI to their app, also know as Android 4.x UI. New in this version is also My Starbucks Rewards. Starbucks is available for download on the Google Play Store now. Source

LG Optimus 4X now available on Wind Mobile in Canada

The LG Optimus 4X has made an appearance on Droid Daily two days in a row now. Today Wind Mobile released the LG Optimus 4X onto their network. You can pick it up for $199 on contract, or $549 full price. Source

Newman N2 is $240 with a Quad-core CPU, 13MP camera, and a 720p Screen

Want a awesome quad-core device without the huge price tag? The Newman N2 might be what you're looking for. It's a 4.7" device that goes for about $237 off-contract. And hey look it has soft keys! Source

Upcoming New La Fleur Devices by Samsung

It looks like Samsung has plans to introduce new La Fleur editions for the Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy Ace DUOS, Galaxy S DUOS, and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Sammobile has the full story, hit the source link for more information. Source

Droid Razr HD Developer Edition Now available for $599

We all know that Verizon isn't going to allow unlocked bootloaders, so instead Motorola has developer editions of their new Razr lineup that are not available on contract and have no warranty. The Droid Razr HD Developer Edition is on sale now for $599. Source

Acer launching an Intel Powered smartphone before the end of 2012?

Looks like Motorola isn't the only manufacturer working with Intel to bring Intel powered Android phones to the market. It appears Acer is working on one as well. It's expected to launch before the end of the year. No word on whether this one will hit the US or not. Source

Official: Verizon getting Google Play Carrier Billing

A tweet today from the Google Play Store Twitter's account confirmed what was rumored this week. Verizon is the last US carrier to get carrier billing in the Play Store. This means you can now buy up to $25 worth of stuff from the Play Store and charge it to your bill. Source

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