Google is busy in Texas for the annual SXSW event and today they've been giving lucky attendees a glance at Project Glass. After we saw some footwear powered by Android this weekend, today they've shown off the Mirror API and tons of apps designed and built for Google Glass. Things from New York Times, Evernote, and much more.
Project Glass. It wasn't really a surprise as we were all hoping to see the device here at IO, but not in this fashion. Google's own Sergey Brin showed up wearing them, and had a little treat for us too.
before we have a full review up, yes? Perhaps some examples of how the cameras look on front and in back? Why, that just happens to be what we've got whipped up for you here! On the front you're going to see a photo of the 1.3 megapixel variety, but you'll find when you work with the phone that there's no option (natively) to take video with that camera - you're only supposed to be using that for video chat. On the back, a massive 8 megapixel camera photo and 720p captured video. Plus a bonus!
Team Whiskey very closely, a well known development team that reaches out to XDA Developers. Our staff has installed their Trinity v1.3 ROM and can vouch for its stability in every area of functionality. This is Team Whiskey's latest release and has proved some amazing quadrant scores in comparison to the stock ROM on the Nexus S. You can clearly see how much higher the Trinity ROM + Kernal's CPU score is compared to stock. The voltage was also increased from the standard 1.2V to 1.4V. When the voltage is pushed higher, the memory increases as well. As we know, quadrant scores aren't everything. We need our smartphones to be extremely reliable and would prefer them to be as fast as possible. That's why we decided all of our visitors at Android Community deserve a true tour of an overclocked Nexus S. The below video displays the fastest phone we have yet to cover. [vms bdedde4ec2cfad051558] [Via Team Whiskey]