chupoltorero, 10 May 2011this will take a lot from apple...google really trying to integrate multi adaptability for thi... more"all in one device"... nokia has already accomplished this envision three years ago with the release of the n95, which paved the way for today's multi-media smartphones.
eNVy, 11 May 2011wow this sounds amazing, controlling your lights & appliances! i hope that's out by the ti... moreControlling a house/appliances with a phone isnt anything new
these asian guys built a mini house inside a shipping container all controlled by the N8.
AnonD-6105, 10 May 2011Next wat..Black forest??:/ Impossible. It has to begin with J. Jellybean, maybe? :)
Marko, 11 May 2011Gingerbread, Honeycomb, now Ice Cream Sandwich! They really need a OS naming guy quick!!!!!I'd like to see you do better lol.
I wonder to what all the 18 months of updates policy will apply to? New phones only? Specific models? Models sold over the last few months?
Google is bring new features in every release of Android. but still it cannot match the performance what iOS has been giving up till now on a cost of restricted features. Despite of new features, Google should optimize the OS deeply so that the performance level increases and it would be able to run smoothly even on ARM processors with 600Mhz. Currently to enjoy the extends of Android, one must have a handset with a processor of at least 1GHz. Not every owner in this world can use all the features of the phone, but s/he can enjoy the optimized and smooth OS.
Android will be Symbian killer..
I notice that symbian users are bragging for a real update.. Nokia is in big trouble...
Not just symbian, WP7 too.. Windows never give a users Real and useful update
wow this sounds amazing, controlling your lights & appliances! i hope that's out by the time i own a house.. so happy android came to the front lines .. gotta love Google
Gingerbread, Honeycomb, now Ice Cream Sandwich! They really need a OS naming guy quick!!!!!
chupoltorero, 10 May 2011this will take a lot from apple...google really trying to integrate multi adaptability for thi... moreNokia had already envision the ''all-in-one'' device three years ago with the n95, which paved the way for todays multi media smarphones.
18 months of updates, IF the hardware allows it....Here's the perfect excuse for manufacturers to deny updates, after all who can blame them?(ironic) Add the fact that updates don't create profits only sales. Hmm...don't expect too much people.
my question could this new 3.1 in my acer iconia tab a500 will supported usb 3g modem via usb ? Or there are any possibility to used 3g usb modem on my tab a500 ?
What consumer need is also stability in the os, battery management, and beter app manager (ie killer apps) like windows 6.x it just work without the app coming back on by itself after it has been killed by the app killer. I have a galaxy s(vibrant) and after 2.2 update with mini kies, the gps lock now takes over 10 min, and os sometimes slow. But even with these complaints I still love androids over other os!
can't wait to get my android-enabled alarm clock, and lamp, and microwave, and android-enabled roomba etc etc...
this will take a lot from apple...google really trying to integrate multi adaptability for thier software...i think this is what nokia envision before..."all in one device" :)
Atlast the update policy is here ,which is very much dedicated policy in windows phone 7 and symbian,this is the right step by google to force all the companies using android to constantly give the updates for 18 months,now no more people will be made a joke by the companies