Posts tagged Android
We have good news for Nexus S users who have become annoyed with the random reboot issues. I just headed over to Google Mobile Help Forum to see if there was any update on this horrible issue and update was what I found. According to a Google employee, the proud makers of Android have got grip of the issue and will be rolling out a fix for it very soon.
Folks we have a situation here. HTC yet to be announced phones have entered the leakage train. Hot on the heels of the appearance of the Taiwanese manufactured Gingerbread flagship device, we now have yet another unnamed HTC device making a surprise and uncalled for appearance.
Well Well Well, what we have here. Remember the rendering of HTC’s Flagship Gingerbread device we shared with you folks the other day? Well that handset decided to make itself prominent well before HTC would have liked. A guy by the name LIMIX got hold of this handset while waiting for a Taipei metro system.
Just when we thought that SMS bugs in Android are part of the history, we have yet another SMS bug to share with you guys. I suppose the only good thing about this bug is that it’s not as critical as the previous one which sent messages to the wrong recipient at its own will.
The topic of Honeycomb for smartphones just got a whole lot confusing. Last time we touched this topic, we shared with you the good news of Google making Android 3.0 smartphone friendly. But this time, we have the other side of news. According to a Google representative, Honeycomb is for tablet PCs only.
HTC folks have been mum about their tablet plans. Digitimes seems to have acquired the knowledge of what the Taiwanese intend to do in the Tablet field. According to the publication, HTC’s first tablet will be called HTC Flyer and will go live in March.
OLED-Display folks have gotten their hands on a YouTube video which according to them is the official teaser video for the Samsung Galaxy Tab successor, Galaxy Tab 2. Is this the real video? See the video after the break and decide yourself.
Google has rolled out Android 2.3.2 for Nexus S users. The update happens to be of the minor nature since it is only 600 KB in size and takes the build number from GRH78 to GRH78C.
When Google announced Gingerbread in early December, Nexus One users were expecting to get the official Android 2.3 update as early as new year which didn’t happen. The only thing Google said on this matter was that it will go live in the coming weeks back in December. Yes I know that’s too many weeks for your liking. But we have some good news. According to ComputerWorld, Android 2.3 update will be rolled out for the first Android developer phone very soon.
If there is one thing I learned from Samsung with their Galaxy Tab launch, it has to be that old Sammy really knows how to create anticipation and excitement around upcoming products. The electronics manufacturer has posted a teaser of an image at their official site Samsung Unpacked which hints at the mobile phone giants getting ready to unveil Galaxy S2 at the Mobile World Congress in February.