Two of the most sought after phones set to debut in 2011 are the Motorola Atrix and the Sony Xperia Arc. We have put together a nice comparison to help you choose for yourself. Read on for more.
Display – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola AtrixIf you want to get a handset with clearer screen, the Atrix is likely to be your top choice, for it features 4.0-inch LCD (540×960 pixels) TFT capacitive touch screen with 16M colors. On the other hand, the Xperia Arc offers a 4.2-inch LED-backlit LCD (‘Reality Display’) (480×854 pixels) capacitive touch screen with 16M colors.
Size and Weight – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola AtrixThe Atrix [...]
The Motorola Xoom features Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and is truly a sight to behold. Featuring a high resolution screen, front and rear cameras, and a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, this tablet has the potential to be the best Tablet of 2011. Check out why below:
1. Optimized Tablet UI – You will find this very interesting as the general layout of UI has extravagant space on the home screen for icons and widgets. With this well optimized Table UI you are free to accommodate many required things just on home screen.
2. Redesigned widgets – With the updated set of Android 3.0 UI widgets, it becomes easier for developers to [...]
It’s hard to believe that Android, a mobile operating system purchased by Google back in 2005, achieved a quarter of the worldwide OS market at the end of 2010. The past year has been immensely successful for the Android platform, and 2011 is looking even better for Android enthusiasts all around the globe. New, high-end, incredibly fast smartphones, with lots of cool and useful applications, as well as a Honeycomb built solely for tablets, will make 2011 the year of Android. Android will aspire to, and likely blow the competition out of the water,. We believe it’s very likely to succeed in this respect. Read on to find out more.
First off, Android has received [...]
Over the past year, many people have questioned whether this newer generation of tablets is even necessary. As “scaled-up smartphones,” do they serve a purpose? Are they worth buying? Many who have cashed in and purchased one have already found tablets to be suitable surrogates for their home computers. I, myself, have started using my tablets for most simple, everyday tasks, leaving the very few remaining, arduous ones for my home computer to handle. If it weren’t for this job, I would rarely ever turn on any of my computers.
It all makes you wonder when the conventional PC and next-gen tablets will collide. Will these lightweight, portable, and powerful tablets [...]
As we all know, Google has made a strong effort to keep a tight wrap on Honeycomb. Honeycomb is the groundbreaking, latest and greatest version of Android designed specifically to work on tablet computers. It features significant leaps forward in interfacing, user experience (UX), and a substantially smoother User Interface, thanks to hardware acceleration and multicore support.Other Cool Things About Honeycomb: It has gesture activated multi-tasking, which means need to press physical buttons It has much better hardware support that results in better 3D performance It has a much more customizable OS It’s newer, like not even out yet A [...]
Best in Show Motorola Xoom was announced at Thursday morning’s keynote address as the first tablet to run on Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb. Among other specs, the Xoom will easily run Adobe Flash, feature two cameras (one for video conferencing and one for HD video) and play video at full HD 1080p. The Xoom will launch with 3G in February and will upgrade to 4G later in the year. To make matters even more enticing, the specs below scream: “Let the Tablet Wars Begin.”
The Motorola Xoom definitely grabbed the most headlines—it’s the first Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet, which gives it an immediate advantage over [...]
Updated, April 5th, 2011: Comprehensive Spreadsheets Below
The tablet space is heating up in a big way. At CES, we witnessed the unveiling of over 70 different tablets. Mobile World Congress demonstrated that Manufacturers, like HTC, Samsung and LG, all of whom have significant clout in the marketplace, are putting their money where their mouth is too, and we now have some serious Xoom contenders. We have compiled a list of the best Android Tablets in 2011. Most of these won’t be available for a few months, but we wanted to ignite your techno lust prematurely so you know where to throw your hard earned dollars. Good news for Qwerty lovers everywhere too, as some unique designs [...]
Motorola has just released information on it’s upcoming Verizon XOOM tablet with 10.1″ display, Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb. It’ll feature an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor with each core running at 1Ghz. Just like Morotola’s other flagship devices, they also plan on having several accessories to extend it’s functionality. CEO Sanjha Jha announced that it should be in stores in Q1, 2011. It’ll start with Verizon 3G, but will be thankfully be upgradeable to 4G/LTE. Sources say that Motorola will issue a software update to turn it on once Verizon puts the final touches on its LTE network.
Ever since Chrome OS and Google TV were announced, many Android fans have wondered how [...]
In the past several weeks we have had the privilege of seeing the future. We have seen some of the most significant developments in mobile technology and in Android development the world has ever witnessed. We already know that a number of significant changes can be expected, and they will only serve to accelerate adoption of Android world wide.
The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show was packed with a seemingly unlimited amount of new gadgets. By far the biggest news for Android fans were the announcements of the Dual-Core Motorola Atrix and Motorola’s Xoom Tegra 2 Tablet with Android 3.0 Honeycomb. We are extremely eager to get our hands on Honeycomb as soon as we can in early [...]