We already told you that the 2011 Sony Ericsson Xperia devices are getting Android 2.3.4. Now a user in the XDA forum has confirmed that the stock camera now supports 720p video recording with continuous auto focus after the Android 2.3.4 update. This update also brings lots of other features that include Gtalk video calling support, Swype Keyboard and 3D sweep panorama. Continue reading “Android 2.3.4 update for Xperia PLAY brings 720p Video recording with Continuous Auto focus”
AT&T recently announced that, the much-awaited Galaxy S II smartphone will be available for its customers from October 2. You can get this device for $199.99 with a 2 year service agreement.
Samsung Galaxy S II is the company’s most popular Android smartphone. This handset was launched in South Korea during April, followed by other European and Asian countries in May. After waiting for nearly 3 months, Samsung finally announced the Galaxy S II in 3 variants for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile customers in the US. Sprint has already released the smartphone for its subscribers, but AT&T and T-Mobile customers were left behind. Today, AT&T has finally announced the price and release date of this powerful smartphone. Continue reading “AT&T Galaxy S II Price And Release Date Announced”
Sony Ericsson announced earlier that they would roll out Android 2.3.4 for new Xperia phones that would bring Gtalk video calling support, Swype Keyboard and 3D sweep panorama. The update is expected to be available in October, but these updates are rolling out in some regions for devices such as Xperia PLAY, Xperia Neo and Xperia arc. Continue reading “Android 2.3.4 starts rolling out for 2011 Sony Ericsson Xperia phones”
Back in May, we showed you the first render image of HTC Holiday which is going to hit AT&T anytime soon and it seems that Holiday will be AT&T new flagship Android device. Later, we saw the Holiday on Craiglist and the device was good looking but it looks a lot like an EVO 4G or HD7. Continue reading “HTC Holiday leaked again, running on AT&T 4G network”
As I write this post, HTC is rolling out a maintainance update for the Vodafone HTC Sensation users. This update will also upgrade your Android version to 2.3.4. If you are a Vodafone HTC Sensation user then you will be getting this update over the air, so all yu need to do is grab your phone and the update to be shown in your notification bar.
Android 2.3.4 was leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S 2 just yesterday and already the custom ROMs have shown up. This particular ROM is DarkyROM2 with version XXKG1 which is Android 2.3.4. This is just the stock ROM which has been deodexed. So if you won the SGS 2 and wish to use Android 2.3.4 leaked ROM then you can follow the procedure below.
It looks like Samsung is on a roll and giving out updates for their devices on a really fast pace. This time it’s an update for the popular Samsung Galaxy S 2 which has been selling like hot cakes, even though it has not been released in the U.S yet. Good news for the SGS2 users, Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) was leaked for their device bringing the latest gtalk with video calling. Apart from the latest gTalk, the new update will also include better power management which is said to decrease the battery consumption.
Motorola Atrix 4G is Motorola’s first ever dual-core device rocking on Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. Atrix 4G is for sure an amazing device with some good specs and it’s currently exclusive to AT&T in USA. AT&T recently dropped the price of it and made it available for only $99 on contract which was actually good news for people who were looking forward to it. Continue reading “Motorola Atrix 4G will receive Gingerbread next month”
ZTE is currently one of the leading Chinese technology companies in the world and in past few months, they have announced several Android powered phones and all of them are affordable. Now ZTE is extending their Android line by launching ZTE Libra which is another affordable Android mid-range Android device. Continue reading “ZTE officially launches ZTE Libra, an affordable Android phone”
Good news for Nexus S users. Google has started rolling out Android 2.3.4 for Google Nexus S phones that lets users do Video chat on Gtalk via 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi. You can video chat with other friends if they have compatible phone or PC with Gtalk. This update also includes some bug fixes and optimizations.