News tagged: Developer Edition
At CES 2017, Dell unveiled several new Precision workstations that were available with Microsoft operating systems. Now, the company is offering an option to choose Ubuntu 16.07 LTS over Windows and all models will begin shipping probably later this month.
During the last day of Google I/O conference, Google has revealed some information regarding the Ara Phone. After numerous delays, the company will finally start shipping the developer edition this fall. As for the consumer version, it will be available sometime in 2017.
The Ubuntu Developer Edition of Dell's XPS 13 was available in March for North America and now, the notebook is available in some parts of Europe. It comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux 14.04 SP1 operating system and is available for purchase starting at €1,380.
Dell has just announced the launch of the fifth-gen of XPS 13 Developer Edition Ubuntu laptop in the United States, along with the global availability of the Precision lineup of Ubuntu-based workstations. Both lineups are part of the project Sputnik, which continues to evolve.
Retail versions of HTC One M9 have already got Android 5.1 Lollipop update, but if you are an owner of the Developer Edition model you were out of luck. Today, the company has finally released Android 5.1 Lollipop for the Developer Edition model and is available over the air.
As we are still waiting for the first Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the carrier versions, the company has released Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update for HTC One (M7) Developer Edition. The update still comes with Sense 6.0 user interface and weighs 702.52 MB.
A deal has appeared on eBay for an unlocked version of the Moto X 2013 Developer Edition. The phone is available through eBay with the deal for just $229.99, and that is a massive price drop given that the phone is usually available for $500. The Moto X 2013
Last week, we reported about the Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition for Verizon and that is preparing for a launch by the end of this week. As promised, the company has listed the phablet on its online store and if you want to purchase it you'll have to pay $699.
Verizon will soon be offering a Developer Edition of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4, exclusively in the US. The developer-friendly version of Samsung's phablet flagship is mostly same as the regular one, but with an unlocked bootloader, and cost $663 without a contract.
This year's Moto X will not be available in a developer edition for Verizon customers. Motorola's first Moto X had a developer edition on the carrier, but Punit Soni of Motorola has confirmed on Google+ that Verizon customers will be stuck with the regular version
Motorola announced today that owners of the Moto X Developer Edition, most likely to be a full time Android developer, need not worry about unlocking the bootloader of their phone. The Google-owned company will honor full warranty despite an unlocked bootloader.
A leaked screenshot has revealed the possibility that US carrier Verizon might soon begin offering the Galaxy Note 3 Developer Edition to residents of the country. Back in June, Verizon had launched the Galaxy S4 Developer Edition, so its existence doesn't shock us.
Motorola has launched two new unlocked Smartphones in the US today. Both devices are the coveted "Developer Edition" models which feature an unlocked bootloader out of the box, ensuring that there is no hindrance to Android ROM and software developers.
Motorola bit the "developer edition" bullet, and is planning to launch a 32 GB Developer Edition variant of the Moto X. The phone offers a custom design with "Developer Edition" body markings, is carrier-unlocked, and of course, features an unlocked boot-loader.
The various Amazon vendors offering factory-unlocked HTC One for $850-1180 could soon see a beeline for order cancellations, as the company's US online store listed its 32GB model for just $575, giving you the weapon of choice, even if without an unlocked bootloader.
HTC jumped the "developer edition" bandwagon with a Developer Edition of its HTC One handset. Priced just under $650, and available in limited quantities, it can take SIMs from any carrier, and gives developers an unlocked bootloader to tinker with its software.