Wednesday, March 9, 2011
HTC released yesterday all facts about their new Google Android flagship device: the HTC “Hero”. Also it combines all sources of informations like twitter,facebook,email, instant messaging on the desktop in easy to use applications which look really nice. The UI seems quite fast for all the new effects. The phone will be available for 500Eur without a contract. If you need a new mobile contract, you have to get one @ T-Mobile Germany or E-Plus Germany. Our recommendation is to get a contract from T-Mobile since they have the best network in whole germany. One of the biggest differences about this android phone is, that the user interface was redesigned by HTC to a so called “Sense” UI. “Sense” allows users to modify and personalize the home screens with tons of sexy widgets.
To get more technical details, the phone has the following features on board:
[How to Android] You have probably read many technical reviews of the new nexus one phone, so we decided to write an everyday usage review to give you more detailed information about what this phone is like to live with every day, and whether or not all the essentials work like they should.
[Android Apps] This android can spice your photos with the application. Send Photos with a personal, artistic Touch! (a bit like Photoshop/ColorSplash for iphone)
- Different Effects for your Photo such as black&white, Sepia Color or Blur.
- Easy to add/remove Effect, move, and zoom with your fingers
- Directly send Pictures
Monday, March 7, 2011
New Android Tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab.Samsung's plans to create the Galaxy Tab Google Android tablet can't come as much of a surprise at this point, but today's announcement at IFA 2010 marks the first time we're seeing official specs from the company.
When Google releases Android 3.0, a.k.a. "Honeycomb," it's going to be optimized for tablets, and it's going to have strict hardware requirements, PC Mag reports.
PC Mag spoke with Bobby Cha, managing director of Korean electronics company, Enspert. Cha says Honeycomb with require dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 chips.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
[Android Games] Google Android devices have increased in most popularity the number of apps available for the platform has rocketed.
And that means more free Android games. There's a lot of junk out there, but fortunately, there are gems within the junk.
We've worked our way through a whole load of Android games to reveal the ones you should download to your phone.
[Android Device] Samsung Galaxy S the Google Android smartphone segment keeps getting stronger, and the Samsung Galaxy S looks set to be a key player in 2010. We've got to hand it to Samsung with its Galaxy S line. Coordinating the launch of a single family of devices across all four national US carriers (plus a regional or two) is a feat very rarely accomplished, and usually reserved for really unique handsets that those carriers wouldn't be able to effectively source from anyone else; HTC's Touch Pro2 is a prime example of that. Add to that the murky issue of exclusivity periods...