Monday, September 13, 2010

Android smartphone

It's been almost a year since I purchased my Droid 2 smartphone and I really enjoy my droid phone. Actually, The original Droid really kick-started the Android revolution and remained one of the best-selling Android devices on the market throughout the first half of 2010.The droid 2 comes with an impressive 5 megapixel digital camera with Image stabilization, real-time color effects, scene modes, location tagging. It sports a dual LED flash, automatic focusing and image editing software. The phone comes with Android™ 2.0 (compatible with Android 2.1) software, CDMA technology. On the connectivity side the droid 2 sports a Web browser with Webkit HTML5 with geo location and multiple windows, Bluetooth technology: Stereo Bluetooth® technology v2.1 + EDR (profiles supported: HFP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP, PBAP, and OPP for video/still images) Syncronization: Support for Corporate calendar, email and contacts (Exchange 2003 and 2007), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail™, Facebook™ contacts. WIFI: 802.11 b,g. Data access: yes Connector type: Micro USB. Data transmission rate: USB 2.0 high speed. GPS AND LOCATION SERVICES: aGPS (assisted), sGPS (simultaneous), Google Maps™, Google Maps™ Navigation (BETA), Google Latitude™, Google Maps Street View, eCompas. Now Motorola has come out with the Motorola droid X quick specs for this phone are a 4.3-inch screen, an 8 megapixel camera, a Micro HDMI port, and mobile hotspot functionality. All in all, if you want a powerful phone with all the bells and whistles, your ship has come in. This phone keeps me busy!

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