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.
Some of you may wonder which 4G runs the fastest on the Galaxy S2. Well, since I’ve got all three Galaxy S2s here, I did a quick test in my backyard.
Although there was no official announcement for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, it seems that there’s already Verizon Galaxy Nexus being used in the shooting of Android 4.0 launch.
After blockbuster releases like HTC Evo 3D and the Evo 3D, HTC announces another Evo series, this one with SIM card support for world roaming, the HTC Evo Design 4G.
AT&T’s Galaxy S2 Android smartphone is nearly identical to the “first” international version, which I tried months ago when it first came out except the edges are bit more polished and there are four capacitative menu buttons at the bottom instead of just three.Best Display on Market – AMOLED 4.3″ Screen
Do you want to get new themes on your Android tablet device? You might want to check out ADW EX app on the Market, available for about $3. It allows you to switch themes instantly (do a search on Market for “ADW themes” after installing the ADW EX app) and lots more customizations you won’t find anywhere else.
Looking for a really cool and hip way to turn your phone’s UI into 3D? Well, SPB Shell 3D launcher app is probably the best on the market right now for that, it turns all your home screens into 3D objects, which you can scroll at the tip of your fingers plus lots of other 3D animations on certain widgets.
Looks like we are finally going to be able to see what’s “really” coming with Nexus Prime and Android Ice Cream Sandwich next Wednesday October 19th.
Today’s a great day to get high on Android games as Duke Nukem 3D is coming to Android and you know what, there’s more. Grand Theft Auto 3 is coming to Android devices too. I remember playing this bad boy on my PS2 long time ago, I never got addicted because I am usually too lazy turn on my Playstation, nevermind any kind of game consoles.
I am probably the last person who’s gonna tell you to run Android on HP TouchPad because I think WebOS is so much better already than Android nevermind lack of apps. But since HP stopped supporting their own tablet line, it might be actually a good idea to run Android on it. But no, I am not getting one because I don’t want to be stuck with a legacy, never-will-be-updated tablet device.