When it comes to Android devices, we're all expecting them to be some great pieces of technology. Especially now-a-days. And after the launch of several Motorola devices that sit at the top of the hill (albeit all for one carrier), seeing another device heading to South Korea that fits the bill makes us plenty happy. Today we've got the Motorola Glam, a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen device heading for the SK Telecom airwaves.
The Samsung Galaxy A is a sexy device. It looks better on the video than it does in pictures. And it’s a pretty quick device even though its 1GHZ processor is under clocked to 768. It gets unboxed kind of fast but you get the point.
South Korea is getting a lot of top notch Android devices from many different manufacturers. Samsung has just released their Android powered Galaxy A on SK Telecom today. Although, the CPU is a bit toned down from what we originally thought it would ship with. There’s still no word on how much this will cost.
Rumor have, Samsung is entering the tablet world with a 7inch Android based device. This tablet is codenamed the S-Pad. It will have an AMOLED display, 3G and Wi-Fi. Not much else is known about this rumored device.
If you have a PC or work around them, you should be familiar with McAfee. They are one of the top computer security companies in the world. If you have an Android device on SK Telecom in Korea you will soon be able to download this free Anti-Malware software to your handset.
The HTC EVO 4G won’t be alone in the ranks of Android 2.1 devices with an HDMI output. Pantech plans to release a Snapdragon powered, 2.1 Android device with this feature as well. This phone also packs in a few other surprises that most people would like in their next device.