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Monthly Archive: December 2013
Back at the end of October, we talked about Android becoming a mobile superpower...well, not exactly, but close. Anyway, Samsung is the latest manufacturer we hear from, that wants to slowly drop the Redmond OS in favor of the much hotter Android platform. Google’s open source OS; Android, is becoming a must have for many, and that's something that cellphone makers see as an opportunity to get more revenue. HMC Investment Securities analyst Greg Noh, said that Samsung will use Windows Mobile on just 50% of their handsets in 2010, that's down from 80% this year. Not only that but, Greg estimates that only 20% of Samsung handsets will use the WinMo platform by 2012. Well, so far, Samsung has not confirm or deny these claims. But we can be sure of one thing, the exodus away from Windows Mobile is a fact. Not just from Samsung and Palm, many believe others will follow, unless the Redmond giant begins to do better, much much better on the WinMo platform.
reported that Motorola sold roughly 100,000 DROID handset during the first weekend of its launched. Have you gotten yours yet? Our reviewers on AndroidCommunity and SlashGear seems to like the handset and gave two thumbs up. Thoughts?
TV spot that pitted the new Motorola DROID against the iPhone, well, iDon't phone, was a big hit. Well, if you like the Verizon campaign against the iDon't phone, boy, are you going to love the new TV commercials for the Motorola DROID.
Saygus VPhone V1 smartphone that showed up on this site last Thursday, after clearing out from the FCC. If you remember, the pictures that the FCC had of that phone were a lot less than spectacular. This time is different, Saygus came up with some better looking images.
Verizon DROID by Motorola, good for you! But people in Germany are getting ready to get some DROID love too, in the form of the Motorola MILESTONE of course. Lets not act surprised, after all, we already knew that O2 Germany was getting ready to launch the new Motorola Android smartphone. Soon, the GSM version of the DROID, the Motorola MILESTONE will be arriving to Germany, and O2’s site in that country is already telling the world about it. The MILESTONE is now being listed on said site for the price of €549.99 ($816). Now, from what we can tell from O2's Germany site, the MILESTONE is available to order now. But, when will it ship? Well, we’re not sure, but if we belive the rumors, it should be really soon. One interest bit of info on O2's site is that the MILESTONE comes with an 8GB microSD card, and, as we all know, the Motorola DROID on Verizon comes with a 16GB card. Why the MILESTONE has half of the GB as the Verizon DROID? We don't know, however in the MILESTONE’s case, Western Europe mapping data for use with Motorola’s own MOTONAV turn-by-turn directions comes preloaded on that 8GB microSD card. If you live in Germany - or even here in the US - and want to know more about the Motorola DROID/MILESTONE, read our AndroidCommunity full review by clicking here.
on Rogers site and have fun watching the videos below. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUb21PdRutM&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHsIKYidkTY&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]
Motorola DROID or the HTC Eris, and love music, than you might have notice that Slacker Radio came to the Android Market. The other new thing for Android users today is that Adobe released a mobile version of Photoshop.com for Google's Android.
Motorola DROID from Verizon. But also, a day that a lot of people are saying will mark the beginning of the update problems with the Android OS and the different devices running on it.