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August 7, 2011

Galaxy Tab10.1 officially first 4G LTE tablet

One hundred and fifty four days after the first 4G LTE upgradeable tablet launched on Verizon, a tablet is finally going to be accessing that beautiful network. Unfortunately for early adopters, it’s not the Motorola XoomThe specs are unchanged–save for the addition of the cell radio–from the WiFi-only version that’s been available for a little over a month now. This is the same device famously given away at Google I/O in May. While there is certainly no lack of Android tablets available at this point, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is unquestionably the hero device of the moment. It bests the iPad 2 in almost every meaningful metric and can now add 4G to that list.
Key features:4G LTE – customers can expect download speeds of 5 to 12 Mbps and upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps in 4G Mobile Broadband coverage areas
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Android™ 3.1 Honeycomb platform – supports Google™ Mobile Services including Gmail™, YouTube™, Google Talk™, Google Search™, Google Maps™, Google Movies™, Google Books™ and Android Market™
Adobe® Flash® 10.3 technology
NVIDIA® Tegra2 dual-core 1 GHz application processor
10.1-inch HD touchscreen display with WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution
3-megapixel rear-facing camera and 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chat capabilities

1080p HD video playback on a HD TV or other 1080p HD device

Samsung Media Hub – offers a vast lineup of critically acclaimed films and TV programs for rent or purchase. Media Hub has been redesigned, allowing customers to playback Media Hub content on their TV through an HDMI adapter (sold separately). Purchased content can be shared with up to five devices enabled with Media Hub at no extra cost.

Pricing and data plans:
Verizon Wireless will offer two 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 models both priced with two-year customer agreements: $529.99 for the 16GB model and $629.99 for the 32GB model.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 customers will have the option to choose one of the following mobile broadband data plans:

$30 monthly access for 2GB monthly allowance
$50 monthly access for 5GB monthly allowance
$80 monthly access for 10GB monthly allowance

source : AndroidandMe

April 30, 2011

The Motorola Atrix Infographic


The Atrix sports a 4.0” qHD (960 x 540) LCD display.  This is an extremely high resolution to have on a mobile device, and should provide the user with unprecedented quality and clarity for everything they choose to look at.

The Motorola Atrix is technologically one of the most  sophisticated phone in the world .It’s packing incredible hardware, a beautifully appointed screen, some cool new goodies for expansion and use down the road, and a really solid, large battery.  It is also said to be  having received near military grade construction via Corning’s Gorilla Glass which is almost impossible to break.

The Android 2.2 device is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core processor AP20H (one of the first mobile dual-cores available) and has an impressive 1 GB of DDR2 RAM, 16GB of internal memory, a powerful 1930 mAh, and a delightful 540 × 960, 4-inch multi-touch LCD, with Gorilla Glass (zero and resistant to breakage), a VGA front facing camera, a 5MP camera that can record video back to 720p, and a proximity sensor for auto-of

The phone itself is a serious technological leap in the right direction. As one of several new Android phones with dual-core processors, it is able to go round for round, pound for pound, with the likes of the other Dual Core Champions, like the Motorola DROID Bionic, The LG Optimus 2X, the LG Optimus 3D, and the Samsung SII (or Samsung S2).

April 5, 2011

Android with 28% Marketshare is UK's leading smartphone platform

Android is now the most popular smartphone platform in the UK with a 28% market share, but iPhone users remain the most engrossed by their phones, according to new research.

According to the survey of 2,001 people, 28% of smartphone users now use the Android platform, with 26% using Apple's iOS, and 14% using Blackberry's platform. Nokia's Symbian platform has a 6% share and Microsoft's Windows Phone platform 5%, but Nokia will move its smartphones onto the Windows platform for new phones from next year.

The research, conducted by YouGov for Intelligent Environments, also examined the profiles of the different smartphone users.

iPhone users were found to be the heaviest smartphone users, with 18% using their device for four or more hours per day, compared to 4% of Android and Blackberry users. This backs up data released last month by Absolute Radio, which showed strong engagement with Apple's iAd platform.

Londoners are also more likely to have smartphones, with 42% owning an iPhone, 15% an Android phone and 11% a Blackberry.Almost two thirds (63%) of iPhone users rank social media apps, and 48% rated games apps as the three used the most.

Blackberry users were found to shun apps, with 23% having no apps at all.Blackberry users were also more likely to be high earners, with 10% earning £50,000 or more per year.

Android users were generally either younger (36% of 25- to 34-year-olds used an Android phone) or "silver surfers" (25% of retired respondents own an Android).

Android users were more likely to use travel and mapping apps, with 34% saying these apps were in their top three.Android already provides 51% of mobile ad impressions in the US. Apple's iOS provides 27%.