Posts tagged Motorola
The days of porting apps and games for mobile phone are far from over. Wait did I say games? Yes, that’s right the one person shoot game Quake 2 and Quake 3 have been ported to Motorola Droid. From the initial impression, it looks the port is pretty successful. Demo Video after the jump.
Motorola has unveiled the Android 2.1 update plan for its various handsets which of course includes Motorola Droid. The roadmap shown below details Motorola Milestone, Droid, and CLIQ getting the latest Android update. Droid off course will be getting it pretty soon. CLIQ will be getting the most recent Android in Q2 of 2010.
As much as I hate to be the source of bad news, I think you should hear this – Android 2.1 update won’t be making its way to Motorola Droid this week. This sad news was posted on Motorola Forums by Matt, the manager of the forum.
Motorola has been a bit vocal lately, regarding their highly advertised mobile phone, Droid. At the start of this week, Motorola confirmed the arrival of Android 2.1 update during the current week. And now, they have accidentally listed out the features that 2.1 update for Motorola Droid will bring. I say accidentally since they published the essential details firsts and then took the page down. Details after the jump.
A few hours back, we informed you about the possibility of Droid getting Android 2.1 via the upcoming update. Motorola has just confirmed everyone that the update is indeed coming and is one that users of Motorola’s highly advertised product have been waiting for – Android 2.1. Again the social media, infact world’s largest social network, Facebook becomes the source of this significant news.
A few days back we shared with you a couple of images of an Android powered phone that were thought of Nexus One successor, more commonly referred to as Nexus Two. More details have emerged which are on the official lines. Motorola CEO has sort of confirmed the Nexus two.
A few days back, we shared with you the news of Motorola Droid officially getting Flash 10.1 support in the near future. We have got more stuff in relation to that. Adrian Ludwig has come up with a short demo that shows the Flash Player 10.1 running on the highly advertised and commercialized Droid from Motorola. See the demo video after the jump.
It has been just around 10 days since the official launch of Google’s Nexus One and already talks have started surfacing regarding the next version of Google Phone more commonly referred to as Nexus Two. Folks at Mobile01 have done the honors of sharing a couple of photos of Nexus 2 which is called Motorola Shadow. It includes a QWERTY keyboard and a wrist strap as apparent from the image shown below.
Motorola has announced a new phone named Brute i680 which is specifically made to be used and abused in extreme conditions. It meets the Military Specification 810F for dust, shock, low and high temperature, humidity, and other aspects – it can be considered a real tuff and rugged clam shell type of mobile phone. Motorola Brute i680 has a 2-megapixel camera with flash, GPS, a big battery, Bluetooth, and more. (Specifications listed below)
Attention all Motorola Droid owners, it has come to our knowledge that Verizon’s Droid has a security flaw no thanks to a bug found in the Android 2.0.1. Apparently it is affecting only those Droids that are running on top of Android 2.0.1. This bug has a direct affect on the Android powered handset’s screen lock mechanism. Via this bug, a thief can get access to your mobile phone based data even if you have locked your screen. (Details after the jump)