Android: the 21st Century Phone
In recent times, Android phones have proved to be the most coveted mobile phone of the present generation. With a short frame of time, Android has become a quite smartphone that enables multi tasking with the most up-to-date Google Applications. Effective in making the tasks easy for an user easy, These latest phones are facilitated with security options for safety purpose. These phones are featured with application framework, which helps in reusing and replacing of components. Dalvik virtual machine is also installed on these phones in an optimized manner. The integrated browser of these phones is based on the technology of open source webkit engine. These phones are also powered by custom 2D graphics library and 3D graphics, which are designed on the basis of OpenGL ES 1.0 specification.
Android phones are also outfitted with SQLite for stored data coverage. Media support is also available on these phones for all audio, video, and still image formats such as MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, and many more. Besides, these phones also sport common functions such as 3G, Bluetooth, EDGE, and Wi-Fi. The buyer is also privileged to enjoy GPS, Camera, compass, and accelerometer on these handsets. Other key features of these advanced handsets include memory & performance profiling, device emulator, tools for debugging, and a plugin for the Eclipse IDE.
Samsung Android Phones are greatly demanded in the market owing to their features such as slim design, dual core application processor and super Amoled plus display. Similarly, Android phones from Sony has captured goodwill among the clients capitalizing on their attributes like Timescape, Instant Messaging, Download Application from Android Market, AGPS & Wi-Fi, and HSPA, which provides broadband-like speed in the phone. Apart from these, Micromax has presented a wide series of Android Phones, which are known for its features like full touch screen, Voice Assisted GPS Navigation, Android Market, and Accelerator Sensor. Likewise, Motorola has also launched its Android versions called Motorola Morrison Specs and Sholes on Verizon. These Motorola phones are renowned for their advanced features such as 256MB RAM, 512 MB Flash ROM and Ambient Light Sensor. You can also enjoy many other applications on these Phones viz; Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor, 5 MP Camera Resolution, and 320×240 (QVGA) Video Recording Resolution.
Latest Android Phones from sport striking features like 1000 mAh battery, expandable memory of up to 16 GB, in-built A-GPS, a 3.5 mm jack and a micro USB port & Bluetooth. These phones of Spice are also characterized with FM radio, 2.8 inch resistive touchscreen and 240 x 320 pixel resolution. Moreover, these Spice Android Phones also sport video player supporting 3GP, MP4 and AVI formats. Idea has also given a strong competition in this regard. One can avail Idea Android Phones, which sport GPS, Opera mini browser, Live TV and FM Radio. Featured with 3.2 megapixel camera, this phone is powered by Android 2.2 OS. Idea Android phones also possess a 2.8-inch capacitive touch screen display and the buyer can access social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Orkut. You can also avail pre-loaded Google, browser Operamini, YouTube and Idea TV on Idea Android phones.
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