Droid Daily 11/9/12: Pulse, Samsung Captivate Glide, Sony Xperia Advance, and More

Pulse upgrades to version 3.0, brings new features

A favorite among news apps, Pulse, has just gotten a major update. It's hit version 3.0 bringing plenty of new features, and a slick new UI. Check it out on the Play Store.

Unlocked Sony Xperia Advance now available in the US

The Xperia Advance a.k.a. Xperia Go, is now available to the US via Newegg for just $249.99 unlocked. It features a 3.5" display, 1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, Android 4.0, 5MP camera, it's also dust and water resistant.

Samsung Captivate Glide getting Ice Cream Sandwich on 11/10

For those of you that bought the Samsung Captivate Glide on AT&T, you'll be happy to know that you should be receiving Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0, starting tomorrow.

Motorola RAZR MAXX hits Alltel

Alltel, today, started selling the year-old RAZR MAXX for $129.99 on contract and $499.99 off contract. While the device is a year old, it's still a great device.

Sony Xperia T prices for Rogers leaks

The Sony Xperia T is headed to Rogers, Canada. But so far we have no idea the prices for it. Today a leak is showing that it'll cost $99 on a 3-year contract and $524.99 on a month-to-month plan.

DROID RAZR HD and DROID RAZR MAXX HD updates coming next?

Today Motorola and Verizon started rolling out Jelly Bean to the DROID RAZR M. Which is pretty fast for Motorola, and the RAZR M becomes the second Verizon device to have Android 4.1. So the RAZR HD's should be coming up next right? Sure looks that way.

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