Posts Tagged ‘Droid’

Ever wished to have got the new beautiful Sense experience from HTC Desire on your Motorola Droid? Droid, which ships with Android 2.0 has got the plain and simple interface which comes as stock from Android 2.0 OS. But now thanks to folks over at AllDroid, you will now soon be able to get the attractive looking HTC Sense right on your Motorola Droid phone.

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Here is yet another alternative to Mobile Safari on iPhone and iPod touch. The iDroid Mini browser brings Android browser’s look and feel to the iPhone platform.

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iPhone and iPod touch users currently have to slide-in and enter a password(if enabled) in order to unlock the device. But now you can also unlock your favorite gadget just like the way you do on an Android phone like Droid and Nexus One. For the latter, you have to connect 9 dots in some custom specified way to unlock your phone.

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Amazon, the famous American based online retailer has always offered great deals on all kinds of consumer electronic items. This time, they have got a great deal going on the popular Android based Motorola DROID phone. The said phone is now offered for just $109.99 if bought with a two year service plan with Verizon.

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Talks about the next version of the Google phone are already underway. Folks over at Mobile01 have managed to grab photos of Motorola Shadow, which they think might be the next flagship Android phone from Google. Nexus Two, as they are calling it will feature a sliding QWERTY keyboard, compared to the virtual onscreen one on the Nexus One, and will be targeted more towards the Enterprise users.

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The upcoming update to HTC Sense UI from HTC Espresso has been ported to run on the popular Motorola Droid phone. Droid, which ships with Android 2.0/2.0.1 has got this plain and simple interface which comes as stock from Android 2.0 OS. But thanks to folks over at AllDroid, you can now get the new Sense UI right on your Motorola Droid.

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Just like the Motorola Droid on Verizon, US version of Nexus One which was launched by Google earlier this week didn’t ship with multitouch capabilities in web browser or any of the apps even though the hardware and Android 2.1 OS was fully capable of it. This surely was a set back considering the fact that iPhone can do it since 2007. But now according to this report from Engadget, a phone passed on to the German site Heise has all the multitouch goodness like pinch-to-zoom enabled in the web browser.

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Engadget in its extensive review of Google Nexus One carried out a web browser speed comparison test between iPhone 3GS, Nexus One and Motorola Droid. The test involved opening of engadget.com homepage at the same time on all the three handsets, running on a local WiFi network. Mobile Safari on iPhone 3GS dwarfed both the Android based devices by a long shot.

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Folks over at AllDroid have managed to port the multitouch capable web browser from the European version of Droid i.e. Motorola Milestone over to the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless. For those of you who don’t know, Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless in US doesn’t support multitouch functionality in most apps even though the hardware is fully capable of running it. This is probably due to the US iPhone patents because of which even the Google Nexus One wont be able to support multitouch functionality.

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Folks over at Engadget have got their hands on the Google Nexus One and their first impression of the device is “Nexus One thus far is .. not very different than the Droid in any substantial way.”. Yes, the phone does feel a tad faster to work with when compared to Droid, thanks to its 1Ghz Snapdragon processor. But the difference there is not by much.

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T-Mobile G1 has to be one of the most customizable device that you’ll ever see. Folks over at AndroidSpin forums have managed to port Android 2.1 ROM from Motorola Droid over to the first Android powered phone, the T-Mobile G1/HTC Dream. The Droid ROM ported over to G1 is said to be fully functional and a stable release is expected to be made sometime this week.

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UK retailer Omio.com has published its list of “Top 10 Phones of 2009” in which HTC HD2 was unanimously chosen over Apple’s iPhone 3GS. This list was probably created on more day to day sales, and in demand basis of cell phones at the said retailer. The Android based HTC Hero grabbed the first spot, followed by HTC HD2 in second position and iPhone 3GS in third.

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