Droid Daily 1/24/13: Carbon, Exynos 5 Octa, Nexus 4 and More


Sony Lists Xperia Devices for LTE


Today, Sony put up a roadmap of their Xperia Devices that have or will have LTE connectivity. And the only one for the US was on AT&T and was the Xperia TL which is already available on AT&T.


Samsung Shows off the Exynos 5 Octa Processor, again


Today, Samsung showed off some up-close and personal images of the Exynos 5 Octa processor that they announced at CES earlier this month.

Nexus 4 Heads to Korea

Google Nexus4
Google Nexus4

The Nexus 4 is after all coming to Korea. And it'll be available on SK Telecom and Korea Telecom starting February 1st.


Galaxy Note 2 Multi-Window Updated Delayed in Canada


Bad news for our Canadian friends. It looks like the Galaxy Note  update that will include Multi-window has now been delayed until early February, although that's not that far away.

Carbon Backup Beta 3 Gets released

The new popular backup solution, Backup, created by Koushik Dutta, is now in beta 3 and works on non-rooted devices. It should be hitting the Play Store very soon too.


New Kickstarter Tier, Gamestick


There are many new Android gaming consoles looking for your attention. The newest is Gamestick. And it has already surpassed its Kickstarter goal and have been working to extend their goals.

LG Optimus G Pro Heading to South Korea



Looks like the LG Optimus G Pro now has a release date, it's supposedly heading to South Korea in March, and heading to Japan later on. We already know it'll be available on NTT DoCoMo in Japan.

GroupMe gets updated to v4.0


The popular Group messaging app, GroupMe has been updated to version 4.0. This new version includes a whole new UI, along with better support for Android tablets. You can grab GroupMe from the Play Store.