Google nexus s is out.
Looks like a minor upgrade of the Samsung galaxy s.
The processor did not change, still 1 ghz hummingbird.
A little disappointed they did not put in the upcoming Samsung dual processor chip.
hey fellow Andriod CSers, i've finally laid hands on the htc desire hd.
as i'm new to andriods, any advise on which essential apps i should download first or any hints/tips will be very much appreciated.
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A short preview given by Andy Rubin(Android Founder) on a tablet made by Motorola and running Honeycomb. From the video, the UI looks totally redesigned and slick. and also looks a lil'bit Windows-like. Nonetheless, looking forward for Honeycomb. And there is a new Google Maps and new Gmail interface...
I just bought a Galaxy 3. My first Android phone.
Come back and read on the net that the GPS don't work very well.
This mean, Nexus One should get the update to 2.3 first, while the rest wait for updates from their respective phones maker.no hard minimum processor requirement for Gingerbread
okay....so i made the jump back from the G1 to iphone to a samsung galaxy tab now...
Viva la BootLace! It allows you to run android on the iPhones as a dual-boot. So you can finally load a proper OS on the fruity phones!
Had my phone Samsung Galaxy S for about a month...
Rooted and flashed with Doc Froyo 7.6.2 and speedmod k10i 256hz
Still enjoying the Android experience over my previous iPhone 3GS....
Maybe the repeated delay in release of the higher end android tabs is because of manufacturer trying to ensure compatibility with Honeycomb rather than Gingerbread.
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man, there is so much to catch up to for android... really out of the loop since i moved to iphone the past year
i want to theme my g-tab.... whats a good theme software to use?
any pro's and cons for adw launcher and launcher pro?
rashkae's recommendation for helix seems interesting...
-ADW Launcher allows you for to resize your widgets to your liking, and it works pretty well for most widgets. LP also allows this, but only in the paid version
-ADW has theme support (I don't believe you can install themes in LP as easily as ADW)
-LP has super smooth scrolling (at least for my phone, ADW does not scroll quite as smooth)
-LP has some really nice widgets like messaging, Facebook (I believe you can update your status and see your friends' status updates from the homescreen which is really nice) and calendar but all these widgets require the paid version
Basically, these launchers allow more customisation, and should work faster and smoother than the stock launchers (especially non-Sense launchers like Touchwiz)
Just to check.
Does all the HTC Desire, be it AMLOED or Super LCD has a colour cast on the screen?