Droid Daily 2/27/13: HTC One S, Galaxy Note 10.1, Qualcomm, and More

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HTC One S Jelly Bean Update Arriving Tomorrow…

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For those on Bell Canada. Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean is on it's way and should start hitting your device beginning tomorrow. Complete with Google Now, Project Butter and more Jelly Bean goodies.

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News Republic App 3.0 released

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Today Mobiles Republic Launched News Republic App 3.0 which is now optimized for the iPad (eww), Android and Windows 8 tablets, which is always a good thing to have another tablet-optimized app around.

Yota Devices Reaches agreement with Qualcomm

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So it looks like Yota devices will be featuring some Snapdragon goodness pretty soon. The YotaPhone is the first phone with a display on the front and back. The one on the back is a 4.3-inch E-Ink display.

Galaxy Note 10.1 Hits US Cellular

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Today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 became available on US Cellular and does indeed have 4G LTE. But I wonder if the logo on the back is as big as Verizon's 4G LTE Logo on the back of their Galaxy Note 10.1?

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Experiment with Firefox OS on your Xperia E

Thanks to Sony, there is now an experimental build of the Firefox OS for the Xperia E. So if you own an Xperia E, go ahead and check it out.

EE Launches in 9 more Towns Across the UK

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Today EE launched 4G LTE in an additional 9 cities in the UK. Including Barnsley, Chorley, Coventry, Newport, Preston, Rotherham, Telford, Walsall, and Watford.

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MetroPCS Widens Rich Communications Services

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Today, Metro PCS announced that they have widened the Rich Communications Services to all North American Carriers. That includes things like WiFi Calling.

 

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