While Google gladly gave us Android 4.2, they failed to provide any official full length changelog. While the Android collective was able to decipher the majority of improvements and features, many wondered what else we could be missing? Well, wonder no more, as Google has released the official changelog for Android 4.2, detailing everything and anything under the Jelly Bean sun.
There’s no denying the fact that HTC has fallen from the good graces of the Android community and gone are the days of its once Nexus One royalty status. As sales, profits, and reputation continue to tank, HTC looks for a Hail Mary pass to get them out of the hole they’ve dug themselves into. That Hail Mary pass is the HTC One.
Yesterday, Wirefly dropped the price of the HTC DROID DNA on Verizon to $49.99 for new customers. Today, Amazon Wireless is doing the same. Amazon doesn’t take too kind to being out-discounted and thus has matched Wirefly’s deal for all new customers.
While you search for what’s new and improved in Android 4.2.2, why not take a quick look at the official Nexus 7 specs listed on Google Play. What’s that? You don’t understand? Well, it appears Google has upped the battery life of the Nexus 7 from 8 hours of active use to 10 hours. This change comes in conjunction with the Android 4.2.2 update.