Posts tagged Android 2.3
Not so long ago, Netflix rolled out the Android version of its app. The bad side to this launch was that it didn’t work with all Android devices and had a short supported devices list. As always, XDA Developers has changed the whole landscape. Yup, the app has been modified to work on a larger number of Android devices.
When the iPhone 4 (sans the white iPhone 4) was found guilty of suffering from the antennagate issue, we knew from that moment onwards any new smartphone that goes live would be subjected to the death grip test. Galaxy S II was no exception and was put under the same signal drop test. And as mentioned in the post title, Sammy’s latest Android sensation, just like its predecessor doesn’t suffer from the signal loss problem. Video proof awaits you after the jump.
XDA Developers continue to surprise us with Android ports and hacks. What has been ported this time? Well, Galaxy Tab owners will be pleased to know that the all new Touch Wiz 4, that Samsung is shipping with the super fast Galaxy S II, has made its way to the aging Galaxy Tab.
Gingerbread hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for Nexus One users. First, they were made to wait forever for the promised Android 2.3 update and now we hear Android Guys reporting of Gingerbread bringing voice call headaches for the N1 users.
The recently announced HTC Sensation which was previously rumored and disguised as HTC Pyramid is today facing it’s biggest rival Samsung Galaxy S II, the world’s thinnest Smartphone, which according to Samsung Press Release will go live in UK on 1st of May 2011.
Not a good read if you live in US and were planning to get your hands on Samsung’s Gingerbread flagship device, Galaxy S II. But here is what you need to know. Based on the information given by Samsung VP Paul Brennan to MobileSyrup, it seems that the Galaxy S successor will be hitting US in the second half of 2011.
HTC today unveiled to the world it’s latest flagship Android device, HTC Sensation. And as always, HTC has rolled out the first official promo video for the gigantic handset which you can see after the break.
UK based fans of HTC will be pleased to know that the Tablet they have been waiting for is finally available for purchase. HTC Flyer, which happens to be the first Tablet from the Taiwanese, is now available for pre-order at the very popular Carphone Warehouse.
Sprint, the first carrier to bring 4G connectivity to America has unveiled their latest Android phone sensation and it is the previously leaked HTC Evo 3D. The Gingerbread powered smartphone is one which is hard to ignore as you will find out after the break.
With the high profile CTIA event nearly upon us, the news (courtesy AndroidandMe) of HTC Evo 3D specs leaking out doesn’t come as a major surprise. Having said that, the leaked specs of HTC Evo 3D look really amazing and will be of special interest for the HTC loving fans.
Note: The image shown above is of HTC Pyramid. HTC Evo 3D is expected to look like this, that’s why this image has been used.