HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition may not updates from Google
Do you know why Google Nexus not call these new teams? Well, I give you an idea … The teams receive updates Nexus unchanged from the parent, and it happens that neither the One nor the Galaxy S4 could take them directly from Google servers. This might sound like a big disappointment for those who expected a 100% pure … Although quite close.
This was confirmed by various media devices that currently have to be revised. When looking at their versions of Kernel could see that do not correspond to the nomenclature Google products usually have, and, on the contrary, are more similar to those they bring to their products both manufacturers.
It may sound like a quibble, but it would explain the One still supports Beats Audio, and both products have particular minor modifications Android 4.2.2.
What would that mean? Basically, by not leaving Google servers, updates could be at the mercy of the manufacturer. They would have to provide the Software for these devices, which could mean that – albeit very brief – there would be something out and not receive new versions of Android at the same time that the blood children of the big G.
Something that could be resolved only if Google requires Samsung and HTC have special software prepared for distribution at the same time they deliver really pure Android versions to other teams Nexus.
If you are ok with this, then you can be on your way to get your new phone Google Edition. If not, hang in there and think again. That does not hurt.Android, Google, Google Edition, Google Nexus, HTC One, Kernel, Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S4, Software