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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play's Android 2.3.4 update might include a 720p video making app.
A XDA Developers forum member found that the Android 2.3.4 update to the Xperia Play smartphone brought 720p video recording. The standard camera app will do this now, with continuous autofocus enabled.
Regarding the said update, a short sample video was uploaded to YouTube that you could check-out below. Before the said update, the handset’s highest video recording resolution was 720×480.Read the rest of the article »
Finally! Google has released its own Google Wallet mobile payment system on Sprint Nexus S 4G smartphones.
Google Wallet, a payment system which allows users to swipe their phones to pay for products, officially went active last Monday. The service initially works for Citi MasterCards and the virtual Google Prepaid Card only, but will now be open to rival cards. Other credit cards, such as American Express, Discover, and Visa, are also releasing their NFC features in order to let banks add them to the new mobile payment system.
However, although any store with MasterCard’s PayPass will be a good choice, Google Wallet will only be available on its first smartphone – the Samsung Nexus S – which is offered on Sprint Nextel. Users would need to have the said handset along with Android 2.3.4 and over-the-air update in order to access the Wallet.Read the rest of the article »
According to rumors, AT&T will be offering two version of Galaxy S II. One with a QWERTY slider, and the other is otherwise.
A rumor emerged on Tuesday that AT&T will offer a variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S II handset that includes a QWERTY keyboard. However, another report says that the carrier will actually release two editions of the said flagship Android device. Sources said that one of the phones will be similar to the Galaxy S II that was released to other countries, which do not have QWERTY slider.
Aside from the keyboard option, the two devices are expected to provide the same internal components. Android 2.3.4 is said to be powered by a dual-core processor that runs at 1.2GHz, while an 800×480 touchscreen panel is also standard.
A company executive from Samsung announced that the Galaxy S II will be launched on August for US land, but there’s still no specific date and price for the device. The said smartphone is expected to ship in through all major carriers like Verizon and Sprint.View Article Source »
Motorola finally delivered its promise to bring Android 2.3.4 to its Motorola Atrix devices. Want to see what's new with the update?
Motorola finally delivered the Android 2.3.4 update to its Motorola Atrix devices! And the biggest new feature provided by the Gingerbread update is the ability to sideloop apps. That said, users can now locally transfer apps to the device, and install them by un-checking the Unknown Sources options in the Settings Menu.
More features for the updated Motorola Atrix is posted after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
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