Articles about android 2.2

Vodafone Smart

Vodafone touts 'new concept' smartphone

You'd have thought Vodafone had low-cost Android smartphone a-plenty to sell, but it still feels it needs another, this one an own-brander aimed at folk who haven't used a smartphone before. The Vodafone 858 Smart only runs Android 2.2 Froyo, but comes with the usual array of Google apps, plus 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth …
Tony Smith, 16 May 2011
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Toshiba £300 'entry level' Froyo tablet back on sale next month

Toshiba will not be canning its Folio 100 10.1in Android tablet when its 10.1in Android Tablet arrives on the scene. The Folio, which has at last received Adobe certification for its implementation of Flash, paving the way for its re-introduction after being dropped by exclusive supplier Dixons in November 2010, will return to …
Tony Smith, 15 Feb 2011
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Samsung expands Galaxy universe

Samsung has taken the wraps off a quartet of smartphones ahead of next month's Mobile World Congress show, the usual launch pad for handsets this time of year. All four Galaxy-branded phones - the Ace, Mini, Fit and Gio - run Android 2.2 Froyo and sport all the usual accoutrements of modern smartphones, including 2.4GHz 802. …
Tony Smith, 26 Jan 2011
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HTC Gratia comes to UK - three months late

Various mobile phone sites are today touting HTC's introduction of its Gratia handset into the UK. They've all clearly forgotten HTC actually promised to do so in November 2010. It didn't manage it, of course, and so now the Gratia, which runs Android 2.2 on a 600MHz processor and packs in both a 3.2in, 320 x 480 display and a …
Tony Smith, 20 Jan 2011
LG Optimus One

LG Optimus One P500 budget Android smartphone

Review Time was when smartphones were always high-end handsets. But as economies of scale help bring prices down, Android’s open option has made it appealing to a wide variety of manufacturers and it’s adding smartphone goodies to some very modestly priced handsets. LG Optimus One LG's Optimus One: Android 2.2 on the cheap Case …
Dave Oliver, 10 Jan 2011
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Acer outs low-cost Androids

CES 2011 Acer roster of Android smartphones grew by two handsets this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one a compact affair for ordinary punters, the other a more sober Qwerty keyboard BlackBerry wannabe. The Liquid Mini is a mere 110 x 58 x 13mm and 109g in size and weight, but packs in a 600MHz Qualcomm processor, 5Mp …
Tony Smith, 7 Jan 2011
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Dell opts for Android for consumer smartphone

CES 2011 Dell today announced a new smartphone, the Venue, adopting the Sony Ericsson approach of offering a vanilla version of the handset sans keyboard and a "Pro" version with a slide-out Qwerty deck. Sony Ericsson, however, is at the very least consistent in its choice of operating system. The Xperia X10 Mini and the Xperia X10 …
Tony Smith, 6 Jan 2011
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Dell flashes Streak 10, launches Streak 7

CES 2011 Dell has extended its Streak family of Android tablets by two inches with the announcement of a 7in model and by five inches with the admission that a 10in version is "coming soon". Dell briefly flashed the 10.1in Streak at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), but put the Streak 7 centre stage, touting the tablet's Corning …
Tony Smith, 6 Jan 2011
HTC Desire HD

HTC Desire HD

Review Few would argue that the HTC Desire - aka Google Nexus One - is a very fine smartphone but that hasn't stopped HTC cooking up a new version which looks like it's been at the steroids. HTC Desire HD HTC's Desire HD: beefy Actually it's not the pills that HTC has raided but the parts bin, the HD being essentially an updated …
Alun Taylor, 5 Jan 2011
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LG whips out dual-core Android smartphone

Say hello to LG's latest Android handset: the world's first - the company claims - smartphone with a dual-core CPU. Hence the name, Optimus 2X, which also applies, for now, to the version of Android it'll run: 2.2 Froyo. LG pledged to release a 2.3 Gingerbread update for the device. LG Optimus 2X The handset incorporates …
Tony Smith, 16 Dec 2010
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Dixons drops exclusive Toshiba Android tablet

Update Dixons stores this weekend began charging a bonkers £999 for Toshiba's £329 Folio 100 Android tablet, apparently in an attempt to dissuade punters from buying the product. The reason? According to a snap of Dixons' internal EPoS system, Eclipse: "Due to very high return rates, we are temporarily stopping sales of [the Toshiba …
Tony Smith, 15 Nov 2010
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Tesco touts Samsung Android tablet

Tesco has become the latest supplier to price up Samsung's Galaxy Tab, due to go on sale on 1 November. Tesco Tab The grocer wants £529 for the 7in, Android 2.2-based tablet with 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth and GPS, the same price Apple wants for the 9.7in iPad with those same connectivity and navigation features. …
Hard Reg, 22 Oct 2010
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Three punts big-screen HTC Android phone

Three has got its mitts on HTC's big-screen Android 2.2 smartphone, the Desire HD. The handset's star feature is its 4.3in, 480 x 800 capacitive touchscreen, but it also has an 8Mp autofocus camera on the back with a pair of LED flashes and a 720p HD video recording capability. HTC Desire HD It has a 1GHz CPU, but only 1. …
Tony Smith, 22 Oct 2010
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O2 to offer Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung's Galaxy Tab is set to ship on 1 November, just over a week from now, but while various UK mobile phone network operators have said they will offer the 7in Android tablet, they are still keeping mum about how much they will charge for it. O2 today joined Vodafone and Three, but like those two networks it woundn't say …
Tony Smith, 20 Oct 2010
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Google Android 3.0 on track for New Year tablet launches

Google has told hardware and software developers to expect Android 3.0 in December. So say moles from within Taiwan's hardware manufacturing community, according to a report from local newssite DigiTimes. It was always believed that Android 3.0 would ship to developers in December, paving the way for sample hardware in the …
Tony Smith, 20 Oct 2010
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Carphone Warehouse slashes Samsung Galaxy Tab price

Carphone Warehouse has updated its Samsung Galaxy Tab sales page with a price: £530 without a data contract, or £500 if you take out a tenner-a-month data deal with Talk Mobile. Carphone Warehouse's Galaxy Tab offer That's certainly less than the £600 Amazon.co.uk wants - marked down from an £800 RRP, the site states - for …
Tony Smith, 18 Oct 2010
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HTC outs Gratia low-cost Android smartphone

HTC will bring its latest Android smartphone, the Gratia, to the UK next month. Introducing the handset this morning, HTC's announcement revealed only that the handset will run Android 2.2 and incorporate an autofocus 5Mp camera. It'll will come in a choice of colours: black, white and "forest green". HTC Gratia Judging …
Tony Smith, 18 Oct 2010
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Samsung pushes Galaxy S users a fix of Froyo

Samsung Galaxy S owners will be getting Android 2.2 any day now, pushed out to Samsung's PC software. Says Samsung: "The Android 2.2 upgrade will be available from the [middle] of October 2010 in the Nordic region and gradually rolled out to other European markets, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, North America, Africa …
Tony Smith, 15 Oct 2010

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