There are a lot of phones popping out everywhere in the market and we find ourselves confused about which phone we ought spend our hard-earned money on. Most of the time, those phones that are heavily marketed are the only ones that catch our attention.
It is somewhat impractical to compare every little detail of the currently offered phones in the market. But, for those who have a tight budget, it’s often a necessity to compare the features and choose the one with best specs with the least price.
We take a look at four Android phones that are currently offered in the market: the HTC Rhyme, Motorola Droid 3, Samsung Droid Charge and the LG Revolution. These [...]
The skirmish between Samsung and Apple is getting more and more interesting, day by day. We knew from the very start that the clash between these two massive companies would create a lot of controversy. Samsung was sued by Apple because of alleged violations of their intellectual property, and, as such, was mandated to lay down their pre-production mock-ups of the Galaxy S 2, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Samsung Infuse 4G and the Droid Charge to Apple’s legal team, and the court. The reason why Samsung is obliged to do this is because Apple, and the court itself, needs to examines these devices to make a decision whether these will also be a part of the court case.
It is a very minor software update that has gotten everyone wondering whether it was drawn out of sheer compulsion. After all, Samsung’s Media Hub update for the Droid Charge phone, the 5.24 MB ED2, merely provides a quick fix to the problem of downloading content beyond the 3G Network other than providing a pop up message bearing details of the size of the file being downloaded in a 4G coverage area. And the update is primarily bent on ironically removing (rather than adding) a feature; this, needless to say, is not a particularly good news to Android enthusiasts.
Verizon, however, says that such minor update assures quality and speed albeit at the cost of a lesser [...]