The native x86 Android will be based on the Froyo release and will soon be available to developers. With this, Atom-based netbooks and tablets can soon run Google’s Linux-based OS. With an x86 Froyo, Android is expected to get established in the netbook market and the nascent tablet market. The opensource mobile OS Android is now catching up on areas such as Netbooks, tablet and smartphones.
HTC Corporation introduced the HTC Hero, its new mobile phone which is the world’s first Android-based phone with a customized user interface that features HTC Sense. The HTC Hero has 3.2-inch HVGA display, is optimized for Web, multimedia and other content, small size and weight, GPS, digital compass, gravity-sensor, 3.5mm stereo headset jack, a 5 mega-pixel autofocus camera and expandable MicroSD memory. […]
Samsung Electronics announced the launch of Nexus S smartphone in the Indian market which claims to be world’s first handset to feature the latest version of Google’s Android platform(Android 2.3 – Gingerbread) and NFC technology. Samsung Nexus S is priced at Rs. 26,990. […]
OlivePad V-T500 is an Android 4.0(Ice-cream Sandwich) Tablet that is powered by 1GHZ processor. It has 10.1” capacitive multi touch screen display with resolution 1024×600 pixels. It has battery capacity of 3600mAh. It is available at price Rs.12,999 in India. […]