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Posted On September 5, 2013By Paul OgunlowoIn Mobile

Jelly Bean Now On 45% of Android Devices

Google released the most recent Android statistics, and they are looking good for Google. The percentage of Android devices on Jelly Bean is now at 45%; this is nowhere close to Apple which has 93% of all devices running iOS 6 (their latest operating system) but it is definitely encouraging news. 30% of devices still run on Gingerbread but this number will most likely keep shrinking as people upgrade their phones as well. The number of devices running Jelly Bean will also continue to grow as more and more Android handset manufacturersRead More
Tecno has decided they’ll never stop amazing us with their Android phones. The Tecno Phantom A+ is a step up from the Tecno Phantom A F7. We’ll go right to the specifications of the Phantom A plus. The Phantom A+ runs on Android 4.2 Jellybean and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU. Remember the Phantom A, has a dual-core CPU of 1GHz. Internal memory stands at 4GB while an external memory card of 8GB is added in the box. It has a RAM of IGB. Yes, this Tecno isRead More
Ahead of CES 2013, Alcatel has announced a new line of low cost Android Jellybean tablets called the One Touch Tab. The line of tablets include the One Touch Tab 7, One Touch Tab 7HD and One Touch Tab 8 HD. One Touch Tab 7 Alcatel’s One Touch Tab 7 features a 7-inch, WSVGA TFT display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It’s powered by 1GB of RAM, a single-core 1GHz processor and supports up to 4GB of internal storage. Extra storage can be added via a microSDRead More

Posted On November 14, 2012By BinjoIn Gadgets

HTC And Verizon Unveil Droid DNA

HTC and Verizon have unveiled the Droid DNA in a joint press conference. The Droid DNA is a smartphone with a 5-inch 1080p Super LCD 3 display protected by Gorilla Glass 2. With a resolution of 1920×1080, it has the highest pixel density of any smartphone at 440 pixels per inch.Read More
Nexus Range– Google
Google has unveiled two new devices to its Nexus line-up. They are the Nexus 4 smartphone in partnership with LG and the Nexus 10 tablet in partnership with Samsung. For LG, it’s the first device in direct partnership with Google and for Samsung, it’s the third device after the Galaxy Nexus and the Nexus S. LG Nexus 4 The LG Nexus 4 has a 4.7-inch, 320 pixels per-inch, Gorilla Glass-protected display powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. Its rear-facing camera is an 8MPRead More
Just like we did with Ice Cream Sandwich, we’ve trolled the web to get information on what phones and tablets will be getting updated to the new Android OS 4.1/Jelly Bean. We’ll break the list down by manufacturer so you can skip to your device manufacturer as you wish. Samsung Samsung had previously said that when a new Android OS is released, it will review the possibility of implementing it to its existing products. Google also confirmed in its keynote that Jelly Bean will be coming to the Nexus SRead More
With 400 million Android devices activated, the latest version of Android, 4.1 codenamed: Jelly Bean was eventually unveiled at the keynote of Google’s I/O Developer Conference. Jelly Bean has been made to work faster and smoother, bringing a new battery saving experience to Android devices. So here’s what’s new in Jelly Bean. Project Butter Project Butter is an all new processing framework that Google has built for Android to make it faster. With Project Butter, CPU and Graphic chips work hand-in-hand to make transitions faster. Android 4.1 anticipates where yourRead More
Google pulled impressive stunts at the keynote of  its Google I/O Developers conference where a whole lot of products were announced and released including Project Glass, its media player – Nexus Q and an Asus branded Nexus 7 tablet. A new kind of notification service “Google Now” was announced as well as the latest Android version[Jelly Bean] and updates to Google+. We know you’re excited to read about and see Project Glass so we’ll begin there. Project Glass Earlier this year Google announced “Project Glass” – its augmented reality glasses.Read More