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.
A very pleasant telecom update for Android lovers is that a Chinese telecommunication company Huawei has announced their first Android powered smartphone.
They announced it at MWC 2009 at Barcelona. After the success of G1, Android has already got its way to rule the telecom market when Motorola, Samsung, Kogan and now Huawei have announced their Android powered smart phones.
In the last one week, I’ve wr8itten two articles about HTC handsets. The G1, and leaked photos of G2. No wonder, I’m becoming a fan of HTC, and might get one as my next cell phone along with the Nokia N97.
Recently in Germany, the new HTC Touch Cruise has been officially announced for the rest of the world.
First, we had iPhones. And now, we got the oPhone! You probably wouldn’t have heard about Mi-Obama, a mobile phone branded after Obama. Why? Because it has only been launched in Kenya, and nowhere else!
Obama, the President elect is quite a popular figure in Kenya, the country where Obamaâ€™s father was born. Mi-Obama is manufactured by a Kenyan manufacturer, Mi-Phone.
RIM (Research in Motion), the manufacturer of Blackberry devices has so far able to gain third position in the overall race between the worldwide mobile OS market share.
With Nokia and Apple dominating the market by taking first and second position in Q3 2008, Blackberry has managed to take the third place with 15.2 share of the market.
Well, if you are a mobile music junkie like me and you look forward to owning a great looking Android-powered beasty smartphone soon, I bring you just the right software that you must get your hands on. It’s called as Ringdroid – a mixture of ringtones and Android.
Let’s learn a little more about Ringdroid. It is a ringtone converter that runs on your phone and provides you all the capabilities of recording, editing and creating ringtones on the phone. It supports most common music file formats such as mp3, wav and also 3GPP/AMR which is the default file format of Android.