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Polaroid is preparing to launch an Android powered digital camera at CES 2013 in early 2013. The information was published by the Imaging Resources and Executive Director of Polaroid, although he has not confirmed anything more than the real existence of the camera.
According to the previously leaked materials, the device has a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, 18MP sensor, built-in WiFi capabilities and will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
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Nova Launcher is a highly customizable performance driven launcher replacement based on the stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich launcher.
- Custom Grid
- Configure the rows and columns to fit all your app and widget needs
- Scrollable Dock
- Keep all your favorite apps on the dock, with up to 7 icons per page and up to 3 pages
- Scroll Effects
- Enjoy eye candy when scrolling your desktop and drawer
- Infinite Scroll
- Never be far from your favorite page, loop through your desktop continuously
- Folder Icons
- And much more…
Please note that Nova Launcher requires Android 4.0.1 or higher, it does NOT run on Gingerbread ROMs!If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
Thanks to GSM Arena we’re able too take a look at the Galaxy S Duos – device, which looks a lot like the Galaxy S3, though this actually makes a lot of sense – after all, it’s just natural for Samsung to try and make their budget-friendly devices more popular by making them look more like their top-selling (and most powerful) smartphone – the Galaxy S3. The Galaxy S Duos (otherwise known as S7562), though, is is quite a lot more modest in terms of hardware specifications: it features a 4″ display with a WVGA resolution, a single-core Snapdragon MSM7227 processor, running at 1 gHz and 512MB of RAM memory.
It also has two cameras – 5MP main one and a VGA front-facing shooter for video calls, 4GB of built-in memory and is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – overall there’s nothing special about this phone, but on the other hand it’s main feature is supposed to be the dual-SIM card support – something, which can make your life a lot easier, if you normally need more than one phone. The Galaxy S Duos is expected to be released in India before the end of this summer. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
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The IFA 2012 convention for consumer electronics is about to begin in the end of this month and we’re expecting a lot of companies to reveal their new products there. It seems, though, that the debut of Archos’ (a French electronics company) new generation of mobile gadgets is going to be held just before the IFA – the company has just uploaded a photo on their Facebook page, which appears to be showing their new tablet series – the Archos G10 xs, which is going to be revealed in about three weeks.
On the picture we can clearly see, that the tablet is going to be one good-looking piece of technology and according to the pre-release information, we can expect it to be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and to feature a mini-HDMI port, a microSD card slot and a connector for plugging in an exterion keyboard – something, which Archos hopes will help them battle the giants, such as Asus. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was revealed back in February at the mobile congress, but the Korean company decided to release it a little bit later in order to make the technical specifications a bit more appealing. Well, they seem to have done just that – the tablet is going to hit the market very soon and the The Brave Post website have managed to get a hold of the final version of it and are able to confirm the supposed specs – the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is going to feature a quad-core Exynos processor, running at 1,4 gHz and it also offers a staggering 2GB of RAM – quite a lot better than the original dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM.
The rest of the device has remained the same – the design, the screen (with its 1280×800 resolution) and the software, which it’s going to run on release – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. There have been some interesting tweaks to the software, though, such as the ability for the tablet to be used as a speaker for you smartphone or even the ability to send and receive messages on your tablet, instead of doing it from you phone. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
Ouya is a project for a minimalistic gaming console, which is based on Android and is (supposedly) far more appealing than a high-end tablet or smartphone, though it has similar specifications. The creators of the console are currently collecting fund via Kickstarter and, despite the fact that they only need $950 000, they have already received more than $4 million – people are genuinely exctied about this project. The idea behind it is actually quite brilliant – Ouya is going to be quite a powerful gaming machine – the specifications include a Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, as well as a USB 2.0 port, HDMI out, WiFi and Bluetooth connections and, of course, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
This though is not the best part – there are actually a couple of those: first, the price – at $99 this console, which is on par with the most powerful smartphones (which cost about $500 SIM-free) is going to be very affordable – something, people won’t even have to think about whether to buy or not. The other great thing about the Ouya is the fact, that it’s aimed at hackers – developed from scratch to be tinkered with. It uses only standard screws and rooting it doesn’t void your warranty (it’s actually encouraged) so you can do whatever you want with it both on a hardware software level. It’s expected to hit the market in March 2013. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
Some interesting photos were spreading around the web recently, showing a mysterious Samsung device with a QWERTY keyboard and running Google’s mobile platform. As it turns out, though, its premiere was not all that far ahead into the feature – in fact, the Korean giant just revealed the smartphone officially. The device, which is called the Galaxy Chat, is going to be the first Samsung device to feature both a QWERTY keyboard and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Among the other features are a 3″ capacitive display with a QVGA resolution, a 2MP camera, MicroSD card slot and the standard connection capabilities – Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi. Overall this is a budget device, though Samsung haven’t forgotten to equip it with a range of useful applications, such as Game Hub, Allshare Play, S Planner and others. The Samsung Galaxy Chat is going to hit the Spanish market by the end of this month and is expected to be released in the rest of Europe soon after. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
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HTC have finally released more detailed information, concerning the update schedule for their Android smartphones. As you probably know, this update (to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich that is) is highly anticipated by most users, so it’s good to know HTC are working on it. Sadly the news aren’t all good – there are some devices, for which an update to the latest version of Google’s mobile platform hasn’t been planned, but than again that’s only natural – a company, which makes so many different models, can’t provide an update for all of them.
Most of the devices, which aren’t going to get the update are, of course, in the low-end of their line. Devices, such as the ChaCha, Salsa, Wildfire S and so on. Sadly the owners of the Flyer, EVO View 4G and the Jetstream willl also have to make due with the current version of the OS, on which their device is running. Now for the good news – the smartphones, which are going to receive the update are (almost) all going to do so in a matter of weeks or 2-3 months, tops. You can find detailed information for the update for your device on the official HTC website: http://www.htc.com/www/help/android4faq/?cid=android4blog B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
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We have already told you about the HTC Golf a couple of times – a device, which is expected to be released as a successor to the company’s budget smartphones, such as the Wildfire. As it turns out the phone is going to be released with another name – the Desire C, at least according to the unofficial source of GSM Arena. This has also been confirmed by the device catalog of the Portuguese division of Vodafone for May, which includes not only the name of the model, but also its technical specifications.
As most people had expected, they’re not very impressive, but than again we are talking about a budget device with an expected starting price of about €200 for Europe. The display, which is 3.5″ in diagonal, has a resolution of 320×480 and the processor is just a single-core 600 mHz one. The camera is 5MP and there is even 4GB of in-build memory. Most important of all is perhaps the software it runs on – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The device also has quite a big battery – a 1230 mAh one. There is still no official release date for the HTC Desire C, but judging by its appearance in Vodafone’s catalog, it’s probably going to hit the market quite soon. B. A.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here