CNET will be on the ground on Monday, reporting and explaining every new twist and turn. Join us live! You can also follow us on Twitter. Editors' note: This post was originally published October 26 at 3:09 p.m. PT. On Monday, Microsoft makes Windows Phone 8 OS official, and pulls back the curtain on even more features. We'll bring you live updates from the event. With Windows 8 launched and the holiday shopping season upon us, the time has come for Microsoft to show the world all that Windows Phone 8 can do.
If you have spotted Jelly Bean popping up on your One X however, let us know in the comments, and don't forget to mention which country alien iphone case you live in too -- it might help fellow One X owners track the mysterious software's release, Bear in mind this update is probably only for unlocked models, so if you bought your One X from a network you'll have to wait for it to send its own version of the new software, As well as delivering the latest version of Android, the update will come packaged with Sense 4+, a new edition of HTC's custom 'droid skin, Despite the popularity of raw-Android Nexus devices, Sense is still one of our favourite manufacturer-meddled interfaces, so I'll be interested to hear thoughts from owners on the new version..
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is unlikely to be cutting-edge for long. Google was expected to reveal details regarding Android 4.2 at an event today -- along with a first official glimpse at the LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Nexus 10 -- but unfortunately the New York-based event has been cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. Have you spotted Jelly Bean on your One X? Is HTC delivering updates fast enough? Tell me in the comments or on our Facebook wall. The cutting-edge software is reportedly rolling out now in Europe and Asia, bringing Sense 4+ along for the ride.
This price makes Telstra's tablet one of the cheapest to offer mobile data in Australia, being AU$200 cheaper than alien iphone case a 16GB Wi-Fi plus mobile iPad, Perhaps most impressive, the Telstra 4G Tablet comes with a 6900mAh battery and nine hours of promised video playback, according to Telstra, This is nearly the same sized battery as the one in the Motorola Xoom 2, which we reviewed earlier in the year, although this doesn't guarantee comparable battery performance, The real concern for us is the weight of the tablet, At 670 grams, the Telstra 4G Tablet is a bit heftier than the Xoom 2 and other more comfortable tablets, It is the same weight as the new iPad, though, and plenty of people are comfortable carrying those around, so perhaps it isn't too great of a consideration..
Below is a Telstra-made video of the tablet in action. Watch for Telstra's answer to Apple's "swipe to unlock" patent. Telstra plans to put a new 4G tablet on its shelves tomorrow, taking on Apple's iPad with its own, self-branded model. Telstra plans to put a new 4G tablet on its shelves tomorrow, taking on Apple's iPad with its own, self-branded model. The Telstra 4G Tablet (not just a description, but its official name, too) will be on sale from 30 October, with an AU$480 price tag. For the money, you get a 10.1-inch tablet with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and 16GB of storage, with the option to expand this with a microSD card. It runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, with no word yet on whether a Jelly Bean upgrade is in the works.