2010 m. rugpjūčio 31 d., antradienis

Android smartphone for ~£200

Hey there again, heres a list of Android smartphones that u can buy for around 200 pounds.

First of all, good 'ol HTC Wildfire for £226.50 @ Amazon.co.uk

This smartphone have:

  • Android 2.1 (Eclair) support
  • 5.0 MegaPixels Camera
  • 384 MB RAM
  • 512 MB ROM (Inside Memory)
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • GPS 
  • FM Radio
  • And everything else that every Android phone have

HTC Tattoo for £220.16 @ Amazon.co.uk

This smartphone have:

  • Android 1.6
  • 3.2 MegaPixel Camera
  • 256 MB RAM
  • 512 MB ROM (Inside Memory)
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • FM Radio
  • And everything else that every Android phone have

LG GT540 for £174.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

This smartphone have:

  •  Android 1.6
  •  3.0 MegaPixel Camera
  •  256 MB RAM
  •  128 MB ROM (Inside Memory)
  •  Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  •  GPS
  •  FM Radio
  •  And everything else that every Android phone have

  These smartphones are most popular from the low price Android Phones. And basicly i would choose GT540 just becouse its much chieper and u get the same features like Tattoo

Android vs iOS

Hey everyone, this is a quick summary for Android and iOS features.

iOS 4 vs Android 2.2 Froyo

iOS: iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. Available for iPhone 3G and iPod Touch but some features not supported. iPad (coming Fall 2010).
Android: None right now but HTC Nexus One, Motorola Droid likely to move to Android 2.2.

iOS: Available to developers now. iPhone 3G S, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch consumers get a free upgrade on June 21. iPhone 4 available on June 24.
Android: Available to developers now. Available to some Nexus One users now. Updates to other devices “coming soon.”

iOS: Yes
Android: Yes

Flash Support
iOS: No. Apple says it supports only two platforms: HTML 5 and its app store.
Android: Yes. Beta version of Flash Player 10.1 available on Android 2.2.

iOS: Yes
Android: Yes

Hot-Spot Capability
iOS: No
Android: Yes. Wi-Fi can be shared with up to 8 devices.

iOS: Yes
Android: Yes

Copy and Paste
iOS: Yes
Android: Yes

Video Chat
iOS: Native support (only on iPhone 4 hardware)
Android: Available only through add-on apps.

iOS: Support for iBooks to download and read digital books.
Android: Available only through add-on apps.

iOS: Available through iTunes; automatic syncing with desktop iTunes. Streaming music only supported through apps.
Android: Built-in ability to play MP3 files, but no syncing with your desktop music. Streaming music available via add-on apps.

iOS: 200,000 iPhone apps
Android: 50,000 Android apps

iOS: In-app ads through iAds. Apple sells and hosts the ads and shares revenue with developers. Payment through iTunes.
Android: In-app ads available through Google Mobile ads. Adsense for mobile ads is in beta mode for developers.

iOS: Unified inbox combines multiple e-mail accounts. Threading of conversations.
Android: No unified inbox. Threading available in Gmail.

2010 m. rugpjūčio 30 d., pirmadienis

Wtf is Android ?


So.... what the fuck is Android ? Android is an OS for Smart Phones and tablet pc's created by Android Inc. but later purshased by Google Inc. OS is based on Linux kernel. ccording to NPD group, unit sales for Android OS smartphones ranked first among all smartphone OS handsets sold in the U.S. in the second quarter of 2010, at 33%. Blackberry OS (RIM)  is second at 28%, and iOS (iPhone) is ranked third with 22%.

Android have HUGE number of develepers creating apps for the OS, most of them are free, some almost free (you how to pay for more functions). This is good thing, knowing that iPhone users have to pay for the apps they download.

Analytics say that in the neear future Android Phone will completely take over iPhone and Blackberry users.

So here i start....

Hey everyone, and welcome to my blog for Android Phone users.

Here i will try to post news about android phones, android software and stuff like that.

So thats it for now, will post an article very soon.