December 1st, 2010 by SpiderGroup Blog
Well it has been confirmed at the dinky little 7-inch Android tablet, which it is safe to say probably one of the finest examples of a tablet out there with Android incorporated, news in is that it’s just going to get even better with – software updates.Currently running Android 2.2 (Froyo), the Galaxy Tablet has the foundations to be a very good tablet but with small tweaks here and there with the software updates coming soon, it could possibly just give the tablet more of a reason to buy one.
With the updates coming to the Android based tablet of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) in the pipe-line, the Galaxy tablet has great potential and a great future holding its place in the marketplace thanks to the available updates to these new firmware’s.
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November 11th, 2010 by SpiderGroup Blog
It seems as if a ‘Nexus Two’ or ‘Nexus S’ seems to have been caught in action by the bloggers over at Engadget. Not only do the pictures indicate possibly what the phone will look like but it seems as if – Android 2.3 could be on there.
From the pictures, you can clearly depict a front facing camera for what we can only assume as video calling via whichever application you decide to use through Android Market.
In terms of aesthetically pleasing, the handset seems to be pretty easy on the eye with its black plastic shiny material Samsung have used. Not only this, but on the reverse of the phone, there seems to be one huge lens – we can only assume that this is an improvement upon what was put on the Nexus One.
In terms of what is actually inside the phone, there are no solid details as such yet but with Qualcomm making some pretty fast processors recently; could we be looking at dual-core? Could we have an amo-led screen? Is the battery going to be an improvement?
November 8th, 2010 by SpiderGroup Blog
Alvaro Fuentes Vasquez, an Open Handset Alliance team member, has let it slip on Twitter today that Gingerbread, version 2.3 of Android, will be hitting the Nexus One in the next few days!
It was originally thought that Google wanted to launch Gingerbread with the rumored Nexus Two, which was supposedly going to be produced by Samsung, but the rumored announcement date of today has so far gone by without incident, so one can only presume that the Nexus Two project has been held up, with a release planned for later this year, or maybe into 2011 – who knows.
-For more information go to the original article source here at Zath