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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+: here are our unboxing videos

Sunday, April 9th, 2017

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have arrived in our newsroom, and we've created an unboxing video just for you. See everything in the package here.

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The most connected man on Earth shares his thoughts on wearables

Saturday, April 8th, 2017

We spoke with the most connected man on earth, Chris Dancy, about the future of wearables and how to take control of our health data and turn it into wellbeing.

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How to use Google Maps on Android Wear smartwatches

Saturday, April 8th, 2017

Need help figuring out how to get Google Maps to provide you with navigation on your Android Wear smartwatch? Here's how to get turn-by-turn directions.

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How to use your Android phone as a remote control

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Android is a versatile system that can allow you to do a whole lot of things, and controlling your TV is just one of those. There are even some apps that don't need IR.

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Lg InTouch Max

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

The LG InTouch Max (also known as the LG GW620, the LG Eve, and the LG Etna), is the first Android powered handset from LG.lg-intouch-max

Similar to the popular T-Mobile G1, the T-Mobile InTouch Max also features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard designed to help users easily and quickly type up text messages, emails and other data input.

The LG InTouch Max also features a 3-inch touchscreen display, a 5 mega-pixel camera (with LED flash, video playback, and auto-focus), and the usual Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, and Micro USB data connectivity.

Other notable features of the LG InTouch Max include a threaded text message system where each text is grouped by sender and displayed like a message board for easy-to-follow reading. The Android phone also includes a 3D gallery for quick photo viewing and sorting. The 3D gallery enables users to quickly find and tag their favourite photos, or by using the filter tool to sort snaps by tags, facial recognition or by the date.

The LG GW620 has been designed specially for social networking, with its QWERTY keyboard making updating, editing and managing social network profiles effortless, the GW620 enables users to easily connect and manage their Facebook, MySpace and other social profiles from any location.

The Nexus ONE

Monday, January 4th, 2010

T-mobile US reported last week that T-Mobile will be the network powering Google’s new phone, which is apparently going to make its debut on Jan. 5.

A T-Mobile USA support page found by the blog says Google will sell the new Android-based device directly via the Web, confirming the story that emerged a few weeks ago in the Wall Street Journal. Bellevue-based T-Mobile will handle billing and rate plans for the device.

Manufacturing the new Google phone will be HTC, the Taiwanese phone maker with U.S. headquarters in Bellevue and its software lab in Pioneer Square.

The trio introduced Google’s first Android phone, the HTC-manufactured G1, in September 2008.

Google also scheduled an announcement at its headquarters on Jan. 5, the day before the Consumer Electronics Show begins in Las Vegas.

The HTC-built and (soon to be) Google-sold device runs Android 2.1 atop a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, a 3.7-inch, 480 x 800 display, has 512MB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB microSD card (expandable to 32GB). The phone is a T-Mobile device (meaning no 3G if you want to take it to AT&T), and includes the standard modern additions of a light sensor, proximity sensor, and accelerometer. The Nexus One has a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash.

Sony Ericsson Xperia_X10

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

X10_52x104Sony Ericsson XPERIA™ X10 introduces an open and integrated world of social media, communication and entertainment

 

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The UX platform builds on top of the Open OS and creates a unique Sony Ericsson user experience by combining best-in-class entertainment features with signature applications, unrivalled integration of social media services and a rich graphical user interface. The XPERIA is the first mobile phone to truly humanise the way people interact with their phones.

Bert Nordberg, President, Sony Ericsson said, “The XPERIA and the family of phones launching in the first half of 2010 underpin our commitment to an open and multi-platform strategy that maximises choice for the consumer and delivers the best possible consumer experience. The reaction from our global operator partners to the XPERIA X10 has been extremely positive and we will be rolling out across the world including Japan from the first half of 2010.”

Rikko Sakaguchi, EVP and Chief Creation Officer, Sony Ericsson said, “The XPERIA is a fantastic example of our make.believe philosophy because we are pushing the boundaries of what is possible and demonstrating that anything consumers can imagine, we can make possible. With the X10, we are raising the bar we have set ourselves with entertainment-rich phones like Aino and Satio by making communication more fun and playful, multiplying and enriching opportunities to connect.”

Introducing signature applications like Mediascape and Timescape™, the XPERIAlets consumers organise everything in their phone in an intuitive way:

November 3 2009 Sony Ericsson today unveils the Xperia_X10, the first phone in a family of phones to deliver a consistent user experience where communication truly becomes entertainment. Building on Sony Ericssons entertainment heritage and combining rich graphics with intelligence capabilities, the XPERIA introduces a new UX platform that will evolve across the product portfolio and expand over time continuously introducing new features and capabilities. X10 X10 X10 X10 X10 Sony Ericsson Timescape™ manages all your communication with one person in one place. Browse through your conversations the bright way to check out your Facebook™, Twitter™, photos, emails, and texts all in one go

Sony Ericsson Mediascape is the smart way to get all the music, photos and videos you want from your favourite friends and artists. It accesses content from everywhere – your phone, YouTube™, PlayNow™ – and presents everything for you

Intelligence capabilities, integrated into Mediascape and Timescape™, can automatically recognise connections between contacts, content and media. By recommending alternative ways to communicate or guiding to new media experiences, consumers can discover more in a truly open way. For example:

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Sony Ericsson is also introducing the new Wireless Stereo Headset with FM Radio – WM600. Featuring advanced Bluetooth™ technology and a built-in FM radio, WM600 lets you stream music to your headset in high fidelity through sound-enhancing ear-buds. With a crystal clear OLED display, easy access controls and RDS radio station information, you don

Pressing the new “infinite button” guides you through the connected world, aggregating all your interactions with one person into one view

Intelligent face recognition features recognise up to five faces in any picture, automatically connecting them with your social phonebook and all other related communications with that person.

 s open approach gives consumers maximum choice and with the XPERIA, users can download any application that they want direct from a wide variety of stores including PlayNow X10 and the Android Market™, co-creating an experience that is entirely unique to them. t even need to take your phone with you to tune in to your favourite radio station. The XPERIA™ X10 supports GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS HSPA 900/1700/2100 and UMTS HSPA 800/850/1900/2100

XPERIA™ X10 will be available in selected markets from Q1 in the colours Sensuous Black and Luster White. The

XPERIA

New UX (user experience) platform lets consumers organise everything and discover more with the most open, human and intuitive user experience yet

X10 is the flagship phone in a family of phones coming to market during the first half of 2010. The XPERIA X10 will be available in Q1 2010 

 

 

Dell Mini 3i Android phone

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

The new Dell Mini 3i has gone on show for the very first time yesterday!

It’s a good looking handset with great features such as a 3 Mega Pixel camera, bluetooth, a microSD slot, Bluetooth and a large 360 by 640 pixel touch screen.

Whilst it’s a good introduction to the market for Dell, it is lacking in one essential feature.  3G.  Their new phone will only run on 2G networks making it the slowest Android phone yet!

On top of which, it doesn’t have WiFi either.

From the looks of things it’s not going to be released in the UK which probably explains the lack of those two essential features.

Samsung releases Android phone

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

From Korea, Samsung has just launched the i7500 smartphone. Samsung is now the second manufaturer to release a phone to market using Android after HTC.

The device boasts a 3.2” OLED touch screen with onscreen keyboard, video, playback and record, 7.2Mbps HSDPA and WiFi connectivity, along with the full suite of Google services including Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, and Google Talk.

The phone also comes with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and various multimedia codec formats, has a claimed battery life of 1500mAh, while the internal memory capacity of 8GB can be expanded up to 40GB via an external MicroSD card.

Key specs:

General: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
OS and CPU: 528MHz CPU with 128MB RAM running latest Android OS v1.5
Form factor: Touchscreen bar, no keypad
Dimensions: 115.0 x 56.0 x 11.9 mm, 119 g.
Display: 3.2″ capacitive OLED touchscreen, HVGA resolution (320 x 480 pixels)
Storage: 8GB, hot-swappable microSD card slot (up to 40GB)
Camera: 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and geotagging
Connectivity: Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, microUSB v.2.0, 3.5mm audio jack
Misc: Accelerometer sensor, Gesture lock
Battery: 1500 mAh battery

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New Motorola Android devices to rival iPhone

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Motorola isn’t mucking about with their next T-Mobile Android phone according to android and me.

The two new phones codenamed “Morrison” and “Sholes” pack a big punch with some serious spec. The CPU in the Sholes is a 528MHz Qualcomm MSM7201A and they have 256MB RAM. On top of which a built in 512 MB Flash ROM (Read Only Memory) and support up to 32Gb microoSDHC memory card. The display is a HVGA (320×480) and it has lots of extra sensors and regular gadgetry that you’d expect from a modern mobile device.

Take a look at the full specs here: click here for the full spec.

It looks like that kind of power and functionality will not only rival the iPhone, but blow it out of the water!

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