Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
Samsung unveils its latest mid-range offering, Galaxy S Advance.
Samsung has unveiled the latest addition to its mid-range Android phones, the Galaxy S Advance. The Galaxy S Advance, the Korean electronics giant’s latest addition to its Galaxy line, is a curvy 4-inch that offers dual-core performance.
Beneath its sleek curved design is a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 16GB memory and 768 RAM. It runs on Android Gingerbread 2.3.6 and supports HSPA connectivity that speeds up to 14.4Mbps. It boasts a 5MP camera with LED and has a stunning 480 x 800 Super AMOLED display.Read the rest of the article »
A report claims that LG posted a source code of their upcoming Optimus S Gingerbread update on their global support site.
According to a report, LG posted Optimus S Android 2.3 update’s source code ahead of its formal roll out. Despite the developer tidbits for Sprint’s Optimus variant, the carrier has yet to announce a specific release date for the Gingerbread OTA.
The aging Optimus S brings an entry-level feature set, which also features a 3.2-inch 320×480 touchscreen and a 600MHz processor. Unofficial Gingerbread builds for the device were already seen, but users was forced to wait for a stable builds release.
The Gingerbread open source files was posted by LG on their global support site. The official Gingerbread release date is currently set next month.View Article Source »
Caught in the wild! HTC's most affordable Android Gingerbread handset, the HTC Pico.
A couple of devices are being caught in the wild lately. Yesterday, HTC Pico – which is pictured above – made its way on the Internet. The said handset appears to be an entry-level Android smartphone, packed with a 3.2-inch HVGA display with 320 x 480 pixel resolution, 600MHz Qualcomm S1 processor, 512MB ROM and 384MB RAM.
HTC Pico also features a 5-megapixel camera, 3G connectivity, and it enables users to control their data consumption. That said, the device is really an affordable Android Gingerbread smartphone. However, the price and its time of release remains a mystery. So just keep it posted here at All We Like for further update.
The rumored specs of HTC Pico is posted after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Good news for selected Android smartphone owners! Skype just rolled out a new version of their video calls app for Android.
Skype has released an update of its Android app, which brings video calls to selected batch of Android devices. The Skype video calls for Android will be available for Google Nexus S, HTC Desire S, Xperia Neo and Xperia Pro. But as more smartphones are having front-facing camera and being updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread, expect the list of compatible device to grow longer.
Skype is following other companies, like Netflix and Hulu, to make previously unavailable apps accessible to limited devices. Check out the video after the break, to know more about Skype’s new version of video calls for Android.Read the rest of the article »
Though T-mobile had not yet announced any specific dates on when the myTouch 4G Slide will be released in the market, few of its features have been revealed.
Aside from the fact that the myTouch 4G Slide will be running in Android 2.3 and HTC Sense 3.0, the said gadget will also have new unique features that are not present in its predecessors — according to a source for TmoNews. It is “much like the Sensation but with some specific myTouch features.”
The four-row sliding keyboard is believed to be really good and the phone itself works fast. The myTouch 4G Slide is often compared to the keyboard of the outgoing G2, since they have similarities in terms of feel. The only difference is that the myTouch is heavier than the G2, thus making users feel it on their hands. Moreover, the new MyTouch 4G Slide is expected to have more fame than the G2 or the myTouch 3G Slide. A dual-core 1.2GHz processor will be present in this upcoming myTouch. It also has an 8-megapixel camera with auto-focus on the back.
There are buzzes around stating that this new Android phone will be launched by T-mobile in the first half of July, and will have the price of $200 on contract. The official release of myTouch 4G Slide might be announced very soon. So stay connected with All We Like to keep yourself updated on this latest Android phone from T-mobile.View Article Source »
Good work, HTC! You managed to solve the RAM puzzle, didn't you?
After announcing last Tuesday that HTC Desire is not qualified for an Android 2.3 update, the company suddenly changed their mind. It appears that they were able to solve the RAM puzzle eventually, and they will be rolling out the Gingerbread in the future.
As it turns out, the people’s voice matter, and the enormous pressure generated from last Tuesday’s statement made HTC to reconsider. At least, they were able to find a reason to keep the Desire on the market, rather than ditch the handset for dead. Well done, HTC!
Just keep it posted here at All We Like to check when will HTC Desire get its Android 2.3 update.View Article Source »
Sony Ericsson has just released another update for its Xperia X10, but it's not the Gingerbread release everyone was hoping for.
Sony Ericsson just released another firmware update for its Xperia X10, bringing in a number of major changes in the handset. However, it is not the Gingerbread release that everybody was anticipating for.
The update version 2.1.B.0.1 claims to boost screen responsiveness and general performance. It includes new baseband, which strengthens the signal and in-call sound quality. The package also makes switching from 2G to 3G network even faster, and initiating calls take shorter time. A change in battery is also noticeable, although some claims that it’s for the better while others refute it. The update also enables voice integration to almost anywhere it is necessary.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung Galaxy S I9000 users are in for some sweet treat, as the company resumes its Android 2.3 software update afresh.
Good news for all Galaxy S owners, Samsung rolled out its Android 2.3 Gingerbread update anew for the said device. It should be recalled that the company first released the software update last March through the Samsung Kies software. However, it was pulled out due to undisclosed issues. But rumors had it that the delay was caused by some bugs.
The Gingerbread update is now available for UK, but might take a while for other carriers. The Android 2.3 should bring improved performance, less battery drain and some usability tweaks. Let’s just cross our fingers that the software update will go smooth, so that every Galaxy S users will enjoy.View Article Source »
Before Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich, Galaxy Tab user must taste fisrt the Gingerbread!
Samsung Galaxy Tab user can now update their tablet to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread version. An insider from SamFirmware also confirmed this, stating that the tab is now getting updates to Android 2.3.3 and the rom should be online later today or tomorrow. Reported first at Androidiani and confirmed by users from XDA-Dev, users of the Samsung Galaxy Tab from Italy can update their Galaxy Tab over KIES to Android 2.3.3.
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The firmware version of KIES is : P1000XXJPZ.
This rom is running Android 2.3.3
Firmware Version: 2.3.3
Versione banda base : P1000XXJPZ Base-band version: P1000XXJPZ
Versione Kernel : 188.8.131.52 – se-infra@SEP-52 #2
Kernel Version: 184.108.40.206 – if infra-SEP-52 @ # 2
Numero build : GINGERBREAD.XXJQ1
Build Number: GINGERBREAD.XXJQ1
At MWC 2011 yesterday, Google exec - Eric Schmidt - gave people a hint of what the search engine giant will serve in the future, especially for dessert.
Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, gave a special keynote at MWC 2011 is Barcelona, Spain yesterday. He gave out hints of Google’s future plans, including the next Android update. According to Eric Schmidt, the next Android version will start with an “I”, is named after a dessert, and will be a combination of Gingerbread and Honeycomb.
Does this mean that Android 2.4, dubbed as Ice Cream Sandwich, is in the horizon? Well, no official statement is out yet. However, the Android Ice Cream Sandwich will inherit some Honeycomb elements. But whatever those elements are is yet to be clarified. Still, one thing is for sure: A successor for Android Gingerbread is definitely in the works.View Article Source »
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