Huawei IDEOS is an entry-level Android0-based smartphone, that is powered by Froyo and is called “the world’s first affordable smartphone”. It fits perfectly well with the statement because it is being sold all over the world for around $150 only.
Droid 2 is the sequel to Motorola’s one of most sold phone ever, the Motorola Droid. It packs some really handsome hardware with some nice features over the original Droid.
Engadget has done a detailed review on Motorola Droid 2 giving us a good look at it’s good and bad aspects.
Apart from Google Chrome to Phone, Google also made another announcement i.e new and improved Voice Actions for Android 2.2 Froyo.
Google has updated their voice-recognition tools for Android 2.2 and it now supports not just Search – but pretty much everything in your phone!
Google Chrome to Phone Android app is not new. It has been there for a while now, but yesterday, at a small press conference, Gogole revealed some new features for Android 2.2 (Froyo).
It is a tool to push links/content from your Chrome (desktop) browser to your Android phone.
Finally, the long wait for HTC Evo 4G users is over and Googleâ€™s flagship mobile operating systemâ€™s latest update, Android 2.2 (nicknamed â€œFroyoâ€) is rolling out to all users of Evo 4G. Like the previous Froyo updates given to the Google Nexus One, Evo 4G also gets the latest version of Android operating system via over-the-air (OTA) upgrade from today, August 3, 2010.
Samsung has been making its way through the smartphone market by releasing good quality smartphone devices into the market pool at regular interval. Equipped with one of the latest specs for todayâ€™s handheld smart devices, the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone created waves of interests from users around the globe when it was released. The smartphone is slowly increasing its worth in the Asian market and is selling like hot cakes in Korea, Samsungâ€™s original home country.
HTC Desire is one of HTCâ€™s smartphones in line to receive the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system over-the-air (OTA) upgrade in the near future. Whatâ€™s different from the OTA updates the HTC Nexus One users are receiving right now is the fact that the upgrade which HTC Desire users will receive will also have bundled HTCâ€™s slick looking new user interface (UI) for its smartphones. This doesnâ€™t end here as the new upgrade will see Desireâ€™s camera having the support to shoot and record 720p HD movies as well. Support for Adobeâ€™s Flash will also serve as an icing on the cake.
LG, one of the few Korean multinational is todayâ€™s leading electronic product manufacturer. They have ventured into every domain of consumer electronics and now also taken the first steps in the world of smartphones. The company has launched an ambitious program for launching up to 20 Android phones in the year 2010.Following this goal, LG has today announced the release of two of its Android smartphones; LG Optimus Chic and LG Optimus One. Both the smartphones will be running Android 2.2 Froyo. The smartphone will be available in South Korea only, at least for a start.
Android 2.2 brings one of the most requested features, App to SD. Till now, Android phone users were limited to install the number of apps according to how much phone memory they have.
Users were not able to install apps on SD card. Ofcourse, there were some advance tricks for installing apps on SD, but users with simple rooted devices can now also install apps on SD card with the help of a very simple app available on the Android Market.