HTC One X is a pretty darn good phone, the fastest Android smartphone (as of this video) with a quad-core Tegra 3 (or dual-core Qualcomm S4 for U.S. versions).
Category: Android Smartphones
Want a barometer on your Android smartphone? You can if you own a Galaxy Nexus or a Galaxy Note, both which come with a barometer chip.
Do you use your phone outdoors often? Perhaps in direct sunlight because you work at a pool cleaning job?
After trying the original Galaxy S2 back over in South Korea about a week back, I decided to purchase the unlocked Galaxy Note on Amazon. I was really sold on the product that you can take notes and the screen is big. Since I already have AT&T SIM card, it would work better for me to get the unlocked version, plus I can use it freely whenever I go overseas. (The AT&&T Galaxy Note will come locked and subsidized.)
Over on my last trip to South Korea, I got to play with the original Korean version of Galaxy Note white version for quite a bit. The Korean version of Galaxy Note comes packed with goodies like Samsung Exynos 1.5Ghz processor and LTE on Korean telecom networks LG U+ and SK Telecom’s 4G LTE.
While none of us here in the U.S. have gotten our hands on full retail versions of Galaxy Nexus, Google posted Galaxy Nexus video tutorials on their YouTube channel.
So now the Droid Razr is out, who is the “king” of Android smartphones?
Well, after a bit of playing with all the best smartphones on the market right now, I would have to say Galaxy S2 still beats Droid Razr in terms of overall performance and usability.
For those of you speculating between the new Droid Bionic and Droid Razr, here’s some insights into differences.
Well, today’s been a hectic day for me as I rooted my Droid Razr using Windows, then go free 4G LTE Wifi Tether, then unroot it, then rooted again using Linux.
If you answered yes, you might want to check out the Droid Razr review.
Guess what arrived via FedEx today? I just received the Droid Razr, a day ahead of launch date. Most of you who have pre-ordered the Droid Razr should have gotten your phone today.
It’s only been nearly a week since I’ve picked up a brand, new AT&T version of Galaxy S2 but I was able to get a lot of things groovin’ such as root, overclocking, and already installed several custom ROMs. They work flawlessly on the AT&T version so there’s nothing holding you back from getting the best of what open source has to offer.
Well, just received a brand new T-Mobile Galaxy S2 unboxing, here’s unboxing video!