Images of the next Android Nikon camera running on have appeared. According to rumors, it appears that there will be two different versions of the camera at the time of its release.
According to the photos, it would be offered in two different Coolpix models. One with a 12x optical zoom, while the other would have a 3x optical zoom only. The two models also seem to have different opening sizes and focal lengths.
The images show a 3.5-inch OLED screen , and would be implemented in the operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.
While Nikon has not officially announced a possible release date for the camera, some expect the company to make an announcement about August 22 of this year.
Harrods is selling a version of the Vodafone Smart II which comes with a redesigned rear deck by a member of Tate Collective, a collection of young aspiring artists.
This limited edition consists of only 1,000 phones and was designed by 19-year-old Gaby Sahhar. This is now available for customers who want this version.
Vodafone worked with Tate Collective, asking artists to submit their ideas for a new back cover. The operator finally chose colorful Sahhar electrical design.
Tate’s edition of the Vodafone Smart II is not more expensive the price of the device. If you are interested, you can get in the store Harrods for the equivalent of about 89 euros in the form of distribution.
The Vodafone Smart II features a 3.2 inch touch screen, 3.15 megapixel camera with LED flash, has Wi-Fi and HSDPA and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
The Sony Xperia Go debuted in the United Kingdom, a country in which the new Android smartphone is already available for purchase by the Japanese manufacturer.
One of the first retailers to market the new Sony smartphone is eXpansys. The price is at 199.99 pounds (equal to about 250 euros ).
Presented officially at the end of May, the Sony Xperia Go has a 3.5-inch display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 5 megapixel camera, a battery of 1305 mAh and weighs only 110 grams. The terminal comes on the market with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, waiting for the release of Ice Cream Sandwich.
The strength of the Sony Xperia Go is the IP67 certification and the body of the smartphone, it can withstand dust and water.
The official update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is coming for the Sony Xperia P. To confirm, the word came from same team of the Japanese manufacturer with a message on Facebook.
Presented at the Mobile World Congress, the Xperia P came on the market with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. According to what has been revealed by Sony, the new version of Google’s mobile OS should be made available by August.
Recall that one of the main features of the Sony Xperia P includes a a dual core processor 1GHz, a 4-inch QHD resolution, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera, and 1,305 mAh battery.
If it is nearing the release of Ice Cream Sandwich, many already looking to the future: Will the Sony Xperia P also count on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?
Google has released the latest issues relating to the dissemination of the various versions of Android. It’s always interesting to see the development of the platform taking into account the decline in terms of diffusion, a build and grow a new update.
We have seen Froyo (Android 2.2), for example, go from a small amount of Android models to become the dominant build between smartphones on the market, to then be replaced by a later Gingerbread version. Now is the time course of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which started as usual on a few models to get to reach a vast majority of Android phones. To talk about Android Jelly Bean(Android 4.1) is still too early, at the time.
The latest numbers show that between Android 4.0 and version 4.0.4, Ice Cream Sandwich has been installed on 10.9% of Android devices. A number is still far from 64% of phones with Gingerbread yet, but the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III, alone, is about to shake up the situation in favor of turning it Ice Cream Sandwich. A percentage of 27.3% of the phones are still using Android 2.2 Froyo.
Hard to believe for many, but 4.7% of Android devices is still using Eclair (Android 2.1), while 7% of the phones still combines the use of Android 1.5 and 1.6.
It ZTE MD Smart was released today, June 26. This new Android smartphone has been proclaimed as one of the cheapest Android smartphones in the market.
The ZTE MD Smart is priced at only be 89 euros, but, you can also pay 60 euros if you take advantage of the Smartphone Pack, Go 3 and Doubles offer.
Also, you have the ability to have this smartphone at 120 euros (traffic included) to use for your calls, messages and surfing the internet. The ZTE MD Smart runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and not upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich.