A few days ago an RUU (ROM) of an upcoming handset from HTC, codenamed Endeavor leaked online. The Endeavor is going to be the first handset from the company to pack a quad-core SoC – Tegra 3. The Endeavor will also be running on Ice Cream Sandwich, which will be overshadowed by the latest version [...]

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The Galaxy W is a relatively new mid-range phone from Samsung, which the company announced back in October last year. Four months later, the handset is still not available in most of the emerging markets of the world. For a mid-range handset, the Galaxy W packs in some serious horsepower – a 1.4GHz Snapdragon S2 [...]

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Earlier today, Acer started rolling out the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Iconia A200 tablet. The update is being rolled out via OTA, and in stages, so chances are not all A200 owners will get the update immediately. However, if you want to update your A200 to Ice Cream Sandwich manually, follow [...]

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Samsung, unlike HTC and Motorola, has always shipped its phones with open bootloader. This definitely makes the job of developers to create new mods, develop new kernels for the phone easier. While the Samsung Galaxy S II also comes with an open bootloader, there is a major issue with it. If a user flashes a [...]

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Apart from the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus S is the only Android handset out there, which is running Ice Cream Sandwich, officially. While Ice Cream Sandwich on the Nexus S is smooth, it is still not as smooth or fast as on the Galaxy Nexus. This is kind of obvious since the Galaxy Nexus has [...]

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Google has released some quality and really useful apps in the Android Market like Goggles, Maps, and Earth etc. However, the big G for some reason releases quite a few of their apps, only in selected regions of the world (Read: United States). The recently released Chrome for Android browser being a prime example, and [...]

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Google just surprised everyone by releasing an Android version of Chrome, the popular desktop browser. The Android version of Chrome is still in beta, but comes with all the bells and whistles. Some of these including a GPU accelerated UI, smarter auto-fill, omnibox, HTML5 support, a simple UI optimized for tablets and phones, and much [...]

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The Galaxy S II was the most popular Android handset of 2011. The handset sold in excess of 10 million units, and is still selling like hot cakes all over the world. One of the major complaints among Android handset users is the poor battery life of their phone. The Samsung Galaxy S II is [...]

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It looks like Google has started rolling out a minor update for Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus. Quite a few Verizon Galaxy Nexus users are reporting that are getting the Android 4.0.4 OTA update notification on their handset. However, Google and Verizon have not officially confirmed anything about the Android 4.0.4 update for the Galaxy Nexus. The [...]

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One of biggest underlying changes that Google made in Ice Cream Sandwich was to H/W accelerate the whole UI. H/W acceleration is the reason why WP7 and iOS are so buttery smooth, and the lack of it was the reason why Gingerbread used to lag sometimes on decent spec’d handsets. Some Android manufacturers manually make [...]

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