Aryen, 03 Dec 2010without Andriod nokia cannot survive in the smartphone market,symbian OS sucks,meamo is dead a... moreAndroid will not get amazing battery life without looking at Symbian code. Symbian still beats Android in functionality. Android is just as complicated as Symbian, going through all those menus. What about that limited ROM for apps, good luck with 4 games installed. And FYI, Maemo is not dead, it is MeeGo. Get some clues you freaking fanboys.
The only missing thing from android is USB on-the-go,if they would implement it then I surely switch my nokia
The 3 tabs read (from left to right): Relevant Information, Comments/Reviews, and Related Content.
This is up to interpretation though, because you'll notice the first 2 characters in Relevant Information and in Related Content are the same. The first 2 characters = Relevant/Related (literally they say "having to do with"). Given the context though, I'm fairly sure they say what I stated above.
Just giving my input as I can read/speak both English and Chinese fluently lol.
Huh, I've got that "related" tab shizz on my desire 2.2, unlocked and unbranded with HTC's latest update.
Here's ur PSP running Ginger: http://www.youtube.com/user/xxmajstor
and i forgot.. i want a upload and download features for android.. if they can do that well the laptop is a garbage!!!
the voice search is on 2.2 froyo already!!!!
i just want copy-paste and video calling features for the 2.3 gingerbread
and less than 6 android phones are 4g(lte) ready.. i hope next year they release more phones..
We don't like this, Apple iso4.2 has facetimed the wifi market
-posted from my iphone4 held
correctly with a bumper case to prove signal issues
are a lie
Guys Google just updated the market and related tab is in Android 2.2
The guy was talking about a new app. It's a google voice search that allows you to search google by just saying what you're looking for. If you're looking for a specific restaurant, you speak it to the phone and the app will google search it for you.
"I am now going to show you how to use google's voice search.
First, click on this voice search icon.
For example, if I wanted to search for pictures of 'Tsim-Sing Harbor',
I will just say to the phone 'Tsim Sha Tsui, Teen Sing Ma Tau, Xian Peen' (Location, Name of Harbor, Picture)
Google will then analyze my voice, and show me the search results. Then without the clumsiness of handwriting or typing, I can still find what I'm looking for.
Lets try again and search for maps of Tung Lo Wan.
"Hong Kong, Tung Lo Wan, Dai Tou" (City, District, Map)
Lets see what kind of results we get.
We can also use both Chinese and English in the search together.
For example if I wanted to look for food in IFC building, I can say...
"IFC, Tsan Tang" (IFC, Restaurants)
We will still get results.
Also, we can also search for news topics. For example.
"blah blah blah, News"
And we can still find it. We can also say,
"16 pounds is equal to how many Kilgrams."
Look at the results.
Google's Voice search demonstration is already finished. Lets all come and try!