Thursday, July 29, 2010

myTouch HD T-Mobile's First HSPA+ Smartphone Leak Out has report a leak out image known as a first HSPA+ smartphone by T-Mobile myTouch HD aka myTouch 3G HD. Of course, there's no official confirmation that this smartphone you're peering at above is anything more than a fan render, but it certainly has a look of authenticity to it; sadly, there aren't any rumored specifications to tag alongside the JPG, but it's a pretty safe bet that this one will run some flavor of Android and rely heavily on screen presses for letter input.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Video: Hardware Overview HTC Wildfire

This is a hardware overview of HTC Wildfire, a miniature-sized smartphone between the Nexus One and the HTC Desire. The HTC Wildfire is accompanied with a 528MHz processor and 384MB of RAM. Based on the current generation of Android smartphones, these specs are a bit behind.
The Wildfire is also equipped with a 3.2" QVGA capacitive screen with a 320 x 240 resolution. You'll also find Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi, and GPS here. This device stays somewhat current with its 5-megapixel camera. Unfortunately, the low screen resolution makes it hard to tell just how good the picture looks on the device itself. Lastly, the Wildfire greatly impresses with a 1300mAh battery rated at providing an 8-hour talk time.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Video: Super AMOLED vs Super LCD

This is a comparison video of Super AMOLED by Samsung vs Super LCD by SONY.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Video: Unboxing HTC Wildfire

This is an unboxing and tour video of HTC Wildfire, the compact and budget friendly Android device. Wildfire shares many design aspects with the Nexus One, its 3.2" screen and a 528mhz processor, the Wildfire is sure to be a different experience.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Video: Android with HTC Sense Running on HTC HD2

This is a video that show you the HD2 running the HTC Desire ROM which features Android Sense. Almost everything works, except for the speakers. Get how to download from XDA Developer.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Video: Retina Display vs Super AMOLED

This is a head to head between iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S. Who are you backing? The Samsung Captivate (Super AMOLED) or the iPhone 4 (Retina Display)?

Check this out:
Newly added iPhone 4 Wallpaper gallery, 640x960 Wallpapers resolution.

Video: 3 CPU Head to Head - Snapdragon vs Humminbird vs TI OMAP

This is a test of 3 different CPU platforms for smartphones: the Qualcomm Snapdragon (on the Nexus One), the Samsung Humminbird (on the AT&T Captivate), and the TI OMAP (on the Motorola Droid X). Each device is tested in a number of tests, including boot up time, internet speed, Google Earth, and YouTube video streaming. Which CPU platform is fastest?

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Video: Smooth Android 2.1 Running on HTC HD2

The team at xda-developers are finally getting close to a highly stable and usable version of Android for the HTC HD2. This particular installation has working WiFi and cellular data. You can also make calls, but the speaker doesn't quite work. If you've got an HTC HD2, this is easy to try and you can always get back to Windows Mobile by soft-reset. Just load the files into your storage card, run Haret.exe, and wait for a while.

Get your file here from xda-developer forum.

Video: Droid X HDMI Output Demo

This is a demo of HDMI output from Motorola Droid X, a 2nd smartphone that provide HDMI output after HTC EVO 4G. In order to use this function you need to buy HDMI type D cable from Amazon. In this demo you will see that the output function is limited to just the gallery application, so you can only output photos and videos.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Video: Unboxing HTC Aria - AT&T

This is an unboxing of the HTC Aria, a mid range Android device that runs HTC Sense UI with widgets. In this video you also will see the hardware and compare of this HTC Aria against popular smartphones, such as the Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid X, the HTC Droid Incredible, and the Apple iPhone 4.

Video: Unboxing Samsung Captivate - AT&T

This is an unboxing video of the Samsung Captivate for AT&T (Galaxy S variant). This high end Android device packed with:
- Super AMOLED display
- 1GHz processor
- Android 2.1 w/ TouchWiz

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Video: Unboxing Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

This is an unboxing and hand-on video of the SE Xperia X10. A Sony phone powered by Android 1.6.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Video: Introducing New Mobile YouTube Site

After lots of hard work on so that YouTube videos play properly on iPhone and Android devices, it would appear that the company has decided who needs applications any more?

Google has reconfigured its mobile YouTube site at to promote all HTML5 compliant mobile browsers. In contrast to the applications which has given you limited functionality, the new mobile version of the site gives you a large number more access to the standard features of the site.

Instead of having to enter the Web address every time you would like to go the site, all you must do is make a Web shortcut app on your phone, and if you’re on the iPhone the site will prompt you to do this. Rather than the native app showing you an outdated TV as an icon, the new link could be the more familiar YouTube logo, so it'll be easy to discern between the two.

Many of the other benefits you’ll enjoy based on the official announcement include:
  • It’s really fast.
  • The user interface incorporates larger, more touch-friendly elements, making it simpler to access videos busy.
  • It incorporates the features and functionality you’ve come to anticipate from the .com site, like search query suggestions, the options to create playlists, enable you to designate “favorite,” “like” or “unlike” videos directly from your device.
  • As we fix, you’ll see them quickly follow on our mobile site, unlike native apps which are not updated as frequently.
Essentially, there won't be a reason to use the apps that your phone came with. Will be interesting to see how Apple reacts to this as the YouTube application has come pre-installed on all of its iOS devices since the first iPhone.

Video: iPhone 4 Review

This is a full review of the iPhone 4 including some negatives aspect of the phone from

Check this out:
Newly added iPhone 4 Wallpaper gallery, 640x960 Wallpapers resolution.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Apple iPhone 4 Official Statement of Reception/Antenna Issue

Dear iPhone 4 Users,

The iPhone 4 has been the most successful product launch in Apple’s history. It has been judged by reviewers around the world to be the best smartphone ever, and users have told us that they love it. So we were surprised when we read reports of reception problems, and we immediately began investigating them. Here is what we have learned.

To start with, gripping almost any mobile phone in certain ways will reduce its reception by 1 or more bars. This is true of iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, as well as many Droid, Nokia and RIM phones. But some users have reported that iPhone 4 can drop 4 or 5 bars when tightly held in a way which covers the black strip in the lower left corner of the metal band. This is a far bigger drop than normal, and as a result some have accused the iPhone 4 of having a faulty antenna design.

At the same time, we continue to read articles and receive hundreds of emails from users saying that iPhone 4 reception is better than the iPhone 3GS. They are delighted. This matches our own experience and testing. What can explain all of this?

We have discovered the cause of this dramatic drop in bars, and it is both simple and surprising.

Upon investigation, we were stunned to find that the formula we use to calculate how many bars of signal strength to display is totally wrong. Our formula, in many instances, mistakenly displays 2 more bars than it should for a given signal strength. For example, we sometimes display 4 bars when we should be displaying as few as 2 bars. Users observing a drop of several bars when they grip their iPhone in a certain way are most likely in an area with very weak signal strength, but they don’t know it because we are erroneously displaying 4 or 5 bars. Their big drop in bars is because their high bars were never real in the first place.

To fix this, we are adopting AT&T’s recently recommended formula for calculating how many bars to display for a given signal strength. The real signal strength remains the same, but the iPhone’s bars will report it far more accurately, providing users a much better indication of the reception they will get in a given area. We are also making bars 1, 2 and 3 a bit taller so they will be easier to see.

We will issue a free software update within a few weeks that incorporates the corrected formula. Since this mistake has been present since the original iPhone, this software update will also be available for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G.

We have gone back to our labs and retested everything, and the results are the same- the iPhone 4’s wireless performance is the best we have ever shipped. For the vast majority of users who have not been troubled by this issue, this software update will only make your bars more accurate. For those who have had concerns, we apologize for any anxiety we may have caused.

As a reminder, if you are not fully satisfied, you can return your undamaged iPhone to any Apple Retail Store or the online Apple Store within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.

We hope you love the iPhone 4 as much as we do.

Thank you for your patience and support.


Video: HTC EVO 4G vs Motorola Droid X

This is a head to head smackdown between Motorola Droid X (Verizon) vs HTC EVO 4G (Sprint), and the WINNER is?

Part 1


Sunday, July 4, 2010

Video: Motorola Droid X vs Apple iPhone 4

This is a comparison video of Verizon Motorola Droid X vs Apple iPhone 4.

Check this out:
Newly added iPhone 4 Wallpaper gallery, 640x960 Wallpapers resolution.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Video: Unboxing Motorola Droid X - Verizon

This is a unboxing of the Verizon Motorola Droid X. Verizon's answer to the HTC EVO 4G(minus the 4G capability). It has a large 4.3 high resolution display, a 1GHz TI OMAP CPU, 512MB of RAM, and it comes with a 8GB of on-board storage and 16GB of microSD space (total 24GB). It also can do HDMI out, making it the second smartphone that can be connected to a projector or flat panel television. It's running on Android 2.1, but will be upgraded to 2.2 Froyo later this year. Here is the unboxing!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Video: Samsung Galaxy S vs HTC HD2 vs Zune HD

This is a screen comparison between Super AMOLED Samsung Galaxy S vs LCD HTC HD2 and regular AMOLED Zune HD.


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