This new phone from Sharp will probably give you a different first impression. Only opening it will reveal its true powers. The Sharp Aquos Hybrid 007SH is a Gingerbread-powered full featured smartphone. The device features a 180-degree swivel display (which is also 3D-capable) and an awesome 16MP camera.
What you see above is the amazingly beautiful Samsung Infuse 4G. With a mega-cool 4.5 inch Super-AMOLED Plus display (that’s what Samsung is calling it), a massively fast 1.2 GHz Hummingbird processor and the support for 4G in AT&T network, clearly makes this smartphone the best of the best.
Since all N900 users are well aware of Maemo’s future, most of them seem to be trying hard to port an OS that actually has a future. This time hackers tried porting Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread into the phone, and guess what…quite a few parts actually work.
Many agree that the Nexus One is still one of the best Android mobile phones ever launched. Today Google unveiled its new avatar, the Nexus S. The device has been developed in collaboration with Samsung and would be available unlocked for $529. It will featured a new 4-inch curved super-AMOLED glass screen and will be powered by a 1 Ghz Hummingbird processor.
What you see above is a gamers dream. It is not a hoax nor a “Photoshopped” image. It is for real, and is called the PlayStation Phone. Yes, we know it is hard to believe, but Sony recently revealed the gadget and the folks at Engadget managed to get a few pics of the prototype.
If you thought that Android is no match for iOS when it comes to 3D gaming, then you are probably right. Let’s all be honest here…the gaming world in Android hasn’t quite ‘taken off’ yet. But a recent tip from a ‘trusted source’ for Engadget claims that Sony Ericsson is about to launch a gaming-smartphone, almost a PSP Go replica, but with a phone built-in and powered by Android 3.0 (Gingerbread).
Just when you thought that the recent release of Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo was here to stay, brief specs for the upcoming Android 3.0 has already surfaced. Obviously this isn’t official, so changes in the specs is quite possible. Code named Android Gingerbread, the OS will feature a significant upgrade that will demand high-end hardware and provide a much better user interface/experience.