All eyes may have been on the Google Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread announcement yesterday, but that didn't stop Motorola from busting out a prototype tablet running the next version of Android — 3.0 a.k.a. Honeycomb.
As if we didn't already know that the Google Nexus S was going to be announced sooner or later. Well, if you've been holding out for a shiny new Android smartphone with the latest 2.3 Gingerbread software, then today's your lucky day — the Google Nexus S is official.
Although Korea's Galaxy Tab has recently stolen some of the limelight from the iPad, Japan's Woow Digital is hoping to capture some of the touch tablet mania with its own device called The One.
We all got our first glimpse of the PlayStation Portable phone in October and now there's a video circulating around that shows the device is at least real. Gamers have waited six years for a PSP phone, let's just hope Sony Ericsson is poised to reveal it next Thursday.
This is supposedly a leaked image of Motorla's upcoming Olympus, a Tegra 2 phone that will run Android. In other words, it's the next big, honkin' powerhouse phone.
There will soon be some new players in the quickly-growing field of Android-based tablets, as Acer has announced a plan to start shipping both a 7- and 10.1-inch tablets next April.
The current state of smartphone hardware looks like this: touchscreen phone with a 5-megapixel camera, LED flash, 720p HD video recording, minimum 8GB internal storage, 512MB of RAM and a 1Ghz mobile processor. LG's leaked flagship smartphone known currently as "Star" will likely lead the way to a new standard for smartphones in the next year or two.
Last week, the Internet got a blurry look at Google's next flagship Android smartphone, the Nexus S. Google's CEO Eric Schmidt announced yesterday that the smartphone will come pre-loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The coming update will let future Android smartphones essentially become credit cards.
Apple fanboys love to one up Android owners by pulling the old "We have more apps than you" line all time. iPhone owners have been enjoying Netflix on their devices since the summer. Netflix for Android was last heard to be "coming soon" in August. It won't arrive until early next year.
Do you have an old iPhone 3G that you still use and are curious about switching to Android? Well, why not load it up with Android to see if you like it before signing a contract? There's a new way for you to install Android on your iPhone 3G without even having to plug it into a computer.