According to my battery usage history, gallery used 37% of my battery, with display using 29%. I never even open it, and I use quickpic. What can be causing this issue?
Some have their own updater so those are good, but the ones that don't....
Actually, I think it is that new Go Launcher lock screen. It says *wakelock* for a second before it says Gallery.
What's the best phone in the UK for £200 PAYG?
Well since my contract with sprint ended I was thinking of switching to verizon and get the Galaxy SII, but when I go there they don't carry it and tell me to get the Driod Charge. I want the Galaxy SII, what to do? Go back to sprint?
going to get a new phone around january, what would be the best phone available then?
I may be wrong the the Google Nexus coming out sounds like it will beat the Galaxy SII, maybe that one may be the one for you in January.
wow this tablet gives me a hardon
but yeah, I was thinking of the galaxy nexus, it looks pretty awesome even though it doesn't have an sd card slot for some reason
Galaxy Nexus or Droid Razr, cannot decide. The only thing the Galaxy Nexus has going for it really is Android 4.0
Most of the newer androids will get Ice Cream Sandwich, just not right away like the Nexus.
My dad is buying my sister her first good phone, we want it to be decent (Better than my Optimus T, or at least similar) and our budget is $200-ish.
We're on T-mobile, no-contract is a must but used is not out of the question.
Looking at Samsung Exhibit II 4G right now, any suggestions welcome.
Plus stock Android, inevitable dev community and timely updates
Droid RAZR is stuck with Motorola's skin, bloatware, I've heard that whilst incredibly thin, is really wide and tall
HTC Ville is out with a concept render, interesting specs too.
We just got the scoop on another brand new HTC handset, which will be part of the company’s Mobile World Congress announcements alongside the HTC Edge we detailed yesterday. The HTC Ville (codename) is set to launch in April with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and, for the first time, HTC Sense 4.0. The smartphone will feature a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display, and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon Series 4 processor. In addition to those specifications, the HTC Ville will house an 8-megapixel backside-illuminated camera, just like the one on the HTC Edge, with 1080p HD video capture support. We’re told the handset won’t feature NFC due to the metal construction of the case, and it will be less than 8mm thick, we understand. Lastly, it will be a HSPA+ device powered by a 1,650 mAh battery, and of course Beats audio processing will be included as well.
Ugh. I think it's pretty important that it has LTE since it's a Snapdragon S4, a 2000 mAh battery would be nice, 1280x720 4.5 inch display would be better seeing as how the Galaxy Nexus already has one. I'd be okay with around 9-10 mm thickness, and just a soft-touch plastic construction that would make it lighter and make it possible to have NFC.
Goddammit, this better be a mid-range device and HTC pulls another Evo 4G out of their hat with a 4.5 inch 720p SAMOLED or S-LCD2 or AH-IPS, 1.7 GHz Snapdragon S4, LTE, HSPA+, EDGE/GPRS/GSM, 1.5 GB-2GB of RAM, 16 GB internal NAND with microSD, 2000 mAh battery, 9 mm thick, NFC, ICS, less than 135g mass, unlocked bootloader from the very start with full source code for bootloaders, radio NVRAM, and for their ROMs/kernels. For bootloaders and radio NVRAM access I suppose they could create a system in which people have to sign NDAs or something similar in order to gain access to it if there is something critically important about them that needs to be kept secret, but otherwise it should be as open a phone as possible for development of all kinds.
I really don't like the design of the Galaxy Nexus though. The curved screen and the ugly camera position and back looks really cheaply made.
Ok so at&t are offering 2 new phones HTC vivid for $199 and the Galaxy SII skyrocket for 250 that are right now the only 4g LTE phones on the network.
How do these compare to the galaxy SII?
I'm going to get the i777 on Saturday, the HTC Vivid has serious problems and the Skyrocket is just meh.
Also I'm skeptical as to how many stock applications (which have all been vastly improved for ICS, eg. launcher, contacts) will make it onto non-nexus phones
Did first Tegra 2 devices have any problems with compatibility and stuff like that? And were they worse than the T2 devices which came out later?
I am going to buy Asus prime and I am not sure if it's worth it
Asus' software support for the TF has been fantastic so if there are any issues early on, I'm pretty confident that Asus will be quick to roll out patches
Damn, I wish Galaxy S II had the sexy 720p display from the Nexus Prime...
Well since my contract with sprint ended I was thinking of switching to verizon and get the Galaxy SII, but when I go there they don't carry it and tell me to get the Droid Charge. I want the Galaxy SII, what to do? Go back to sprint?
Nexus comes out the 17th right? If so will it be better than the SII? Or on par?
Basically, how much do you value absolute speed? If you don't care about that as much, go with the Galaxy Nexus for sure.
GSII will undoubtedly lag behind in official updates.
Not to sure about the buttons being on-screen
In case this hasn't been posted, Sim City Deluxe has now been released for Android by EA.
I was always a bit jealous that Apple had that.. now we do too!