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Dell announced the availability of Venue, the newest smartphone based on Android 2.2. Wrapped in a slim body dimensions 121 x 64 x 12.9 mm, Dell Venue is designed to present cutting-edge experience to enjoy more multimedia content on-the-go.
Equipped with Android 2.2 Froyo operating system, Dell Venue is also equipped with a 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 200 GPU, Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon chipset, making it the perfect mobile partner while providing instant access to everything that you like.
Designed with an elegant, Venue offers a view of high-contrast 4.1 inch AMOLED and vibrant with a Corning Gorilla Glass curve that is perfect for watching videos and maximize business applications. The oval form (elliptical) and slim makes it feel comfortable in the hand and easily fit into your pocket.
With Stage software that is available along with 8 mega pixel camera, the student who always mobile or professional workers can quickly capture and share important moments with anyone.
Not just a row of entertainment features, Venue also comes with a very useful business features include support for ActiveSync and QuickOffice. Plus, Venue also features Swype text input method that is effective for easier typing and estimates text (text recognition).
Dell Venue Technical Specifications: More >
Samsung launched a new family in the Galaxy line of smartphones. Different from that usually just use the touch screen, this time the South Korean manufacturer is trying to show the Android phone with a full QWERTY named Galaxy Pro.
Using version 2.2, aka Android OS Froyo, Galaxy Pro combines a large 2.8-inch touch screen with a full keyboard beneath. At first glance, the shape is like Motorola Charm cell phone which is also More >
The four handset is running Android Froyo aka version 2.2. By launching four ammunition at once, Samsung hopes consumers have more choices in the Galaxy line.
While sales time is rumored soon to various parts of the world. Here are four key specifications More >
Physical appearance of the phone is not adventurous, with dominant plastic material in the cell phone casing, and with silver decoration around it.
There are four Android typical navigation buttons at the bottom of the screen width of 3.2 inch. Standard 3.5-inch headset jack, USB hole, a front speaker, volume buttons and on/off button More >
HTC began the 2011 with the presence of Evo Shift 4G, Android smartphone that can run on 4G WiMax network. Shift 4G is the successor of Evo 4G handsets. Of course, this latest version has some changes.
HTC Evo Shift 4G now has a sliding QWERTY keyboard. Screen size shrinks to 3.6 inch from the previous 4.3 inch. But, even the camera feature is reduced from 8 megapixels to 5 megapixels.
Shift 4G will soon be marketed in the United States to work with More >