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Chart: Nexus 4 vs. DROID DNA vs. Galaxy Note 2 vs. RAZR MAXX HD

Verizon customers with upgrades or a craving for a new smartphone are going to have a tough decision to make as we head into the holiday shopping season. The HTC DROID DNA hits stores next week on the 21st, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 shouldn’t be far behind it on the 29th, and the DROID [...]

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Nexus 10 vs. iPad 4 [Chart]

  To wrap up the comparisons for the day, we have the Nexus 10 vs. Apple’s fourth generation iPad. There is no doubt in the tech community that there will be plenty more battles between these two devices, so we’ll run down the specs list real quick and give folks a little insight. For starters, there’s definitely [...]

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LG Nexus 4 vs. iPhone 5 [Chart]

It wouldn’t be a mega-phone launch day if it didn’t do a comparison, would it? Since the LG Nexus 4 is the latest and greatest from Google, a device that will undoubtedly be compared to Apple’s iPhone 5, here is a chart to kick off the party. The only real downer for me and probably [...]

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Nexus 7 vs. iPad mini [Chart]

I think you all know my opinion on the Nexus 7 vs. iPad mini comparison that Apple walked through today during their press event. Aside from that, here is the spec breakdown between the two. Since both are in different price ranges, it seems like a silly comparison, but hey, Apple felt it was necessary, [...]

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Chart: iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S3 vs. One X vs. RAZR HD

Apple is wrapping up their iPhone 5 announcement as I type this, but so that you can see how this new phone of theirs stacks up to the top dogs in Android, I thought a chart would be a good way to display it. As you can see, Android devices have been doing what the [...]

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Google Maps Adds Live Traffic Support for Additional 130 Cities Across America

Google announced that it is to bring live and typical traffic support to roughly 130 smaller cities across America through Google Maps. In addition, they are also including even further support for areas in China, Brazil, Canada, and many other countries. Google didn’t post a list of every supported area, but did give this chart that [...]

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February’s Android Distribution Chart is Out – Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich Shares Grow Slightly

Back in January, Android 4.0 made up for all of 0.6% of the world Android market share. As of February 2, it has jumped up to a full 1% as a handful of tablets received updates from Honeycomb. Gingerbread as expected, remained king, growing another few percentage points thanks to updates on a number of [...]

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Mobile Nations 10: The F-word

Phil Nickinson, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Michael DeGusta — you might know his work from this post with a little chart in it — talk about fragmentation, legacy, forks, and flexibility and how they challenge developers, designers, but most importantly — consumers. This is a Mobile Nations Special Edition!

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Comparison: Galaxy Nexus vs. DROID RAZR vs. HTC Rezound

One of the most requested potential posts of the last few weeks has been a comparison chart of Verizon’s winter lineup of super phones: the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, DROID RAZR, and HTC Rezound. After traveling for 3 weeks straight to hopefully find out all that there was to know about these devices, we finally had [...]

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Samsung Galaxy W (T679) Passes Through The FCC on Its Way To T-Mobile

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You may remember a few weeks ago when Samsung unveiled their “Galaxy Chart” showing off the different categories of Galaxy devices and what to expect from each one. Well, one line of those devices was the Galaxy W and if you can see from the picture, it seems to line up perfectly with the Samsung T679 that passed through the FCC today on its way to T-Mobile. Fitting for its Galaxy W tier, the T679 will feature a 800×480 display, 1.4GHz processor, 4GB of internal memory and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It will be a mid-level device and will most likely carry an affordable price tag.

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Getting Your Mobile Patent Suits Straight [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Who is suing who in the mobile industry? Perhaps the above chart courtesy of Reuters will help make sense of the whole mess. Or maybe not. Just looking at all those crisscrossing lines gives me a headache.

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STATS: Nokia slumps to third in global Q2 smartphone shipments

Our new favourite data provider Strategy Analytics has released some more smartphone market share data, this time charting global sales by manufacturer in Q2 of 2011. When compared to the same period of 2010, the stats make very poor reading for Nokia, which has slumped from having 38% of the smartphone market in Q2 of 2010 to only 15% one year later.

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…Samsung has exploded up from 5% of the total global smartphone market to take well over 17% in the space of a year, shifting just over 19 million phones. Apple’s the big target, with this data confirming reports that Samsung might be about to overtake it. Chart via MBB.

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Evolution of DROID: Original DROID vs. DROID2 vs. DROID2 Global vs. DROID3

We just received confirmation that the DROID3 will launch July 7 for direct fill orders and hit stores on the 14, but wanted to also pass along this chart that shows the evolution of the slide-out DROID brand starting all the way back with the OG.  Pretty amazing to think that in under 2 years, [...]

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Android 2.2 – the most widespread version of the OS

As usual, at the beginning of a new month we see the new Android OS distribution chart. Not so long ago, Google showed off some new figures on the Android Developers Blog and as you already could guess, Android 2.2 is still on the first place among the other versions of the smartphone OS, completing [...]

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More on Android Fragmentation, 86% of Developers Think It’s a Problem

The chart you are staring at above displays the results of a survey that asked 250 “working” developers if they thought fragmentation on Android was a problem.  As you can see, 86% of them said that it was in some form a problem with 74% saying it is definitely something they worry about.  We’ve heard [...]

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OpenFeint Launches 14 New Chart-Topping Games on Android

All the way back in July we started hearing about OpenFeint and their suite of iOS games that they had hoped to bring over to Android to legitimize gaming on the platform and I’d say they’ve succeeded if you look at these new numbers.  Today, after announcing another 14 “chart-topping” games, the total for Feint [...]

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Motorola Flipout, Charm won’t get Froyo, manufacturer says

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If you’ve got a Motorola Flipout or Motorola Charm and are staying up nights waiting for a Froyo update, time to pour yourself a glass of milk, fluff the pillows and head to bed. It ain’t gonna happen. Motorola just updated its increasingly less popular update timeline chart and broke the bad news — the Charm and Flipout "will remain on Android 2.1." It’s not that big a surprise, we suppose, but still is a disappointment.

And now, Motorola, it’s about time to start letting us know which phones have a shot at being upgraded to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Droid X? Droid 2/Global? Droid Pro? Any of these ring a bell? [Motorola]

Motorola Flipout, Charm won't get Froyo, manufacturer says posted originally by Android Central

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Motorola Flipout, Charm won’t get Froyo, manufacturer says

Motorola Flipout and Charm

If you’ve got a Motorola Flipout or Motorola Charm and are staying up nights waiting for a Froyo update, time to pour yourself a glass of milk, fluff the pillows and head to bed. It ain’t gonna happen. Motorola just updated its increasingly less popular update timeline chart and broke the bad news — the Charm and Flipout "will remain on Android 2.1." It’s not that big a surprise, we suppose, but still is a disappointment.

And now, Motorola, it’s about time to start letting us know which phones have a shot at being upgraded to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Droid X? Droid 2/Global? Droid Pro? Any of these ring a bell? [Motorola]

Motorola Flipout, Charm won't get Froyo, manufacturer says posted originally by Android Central

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iPad 2 versus Honeycomb (and others)!


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What’s this? A giant chart comparing the spanking new iPad 2 against the Android Honeycomb tablets, the HP TouchPad and the BlackBerry Playbook? Sold! Do note that a few of the Android specs are still up in the air, but you’ll get the gist of it. Android Honeycomb tablets are far superior over anything else known in this universe. Right? RIGHT?

By the way, if you’re interested in more on the new iPad 2, check out all the coverage at our sister site, TiPb.com.

Did the iPad 2 impress you at all?online survey

iPad 2 versus Honeycomb (and others)! posted originally by Android Central

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iPad 2 versus Honeycomb (and others)!


Chart opens in new window

What’s this? A giant chart comparing the spanking new iPad 2 against the Android Honeycomb tablets, the HP TouchPad and the BlackBerry Playbook? Sold! Do note that a few of the Android specs are still up in the air, but you’ll get the gist of it. Android Honeycomb tablets are far superior over anything else known in this universe. Right? RIGHT?

By the way, if you’re interested in more on the new iPad 2, check out all the coverage at our sister site, TiPb.com.

Did the iPad 2 impress you at all?online survey

iPad 2 versus Honeycomb (and others)! posted originally by Android Central

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Chart: iPad 2 vs. Motorola XOOM vs. LG G-Slate vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

After comparing the original iPad to the Motorola XOOM a few weeks back, we took a lot of heat on how “unfair” it was to do that to a product that was almost a year old.  The Apple enthusiasts came in waves and the cries for “Just wait for the iPad2!” rang out through the [...]



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T-Mobile continues campaign against iPhone 4 with new ‘State of the Smartphone’ infographic

T-Mobile cares about you. It cares so much that it’s spending all its advertising dollars lately making sure you know full well that the iPhone 4 can’t do “4G” the way its own phones can. The latest salvo in this crusade of enlightenment includes the above graphs showing just how much faster and further your money can go if you ride along on the Magenta network. It conveniently ignores the fact that AT&T and Verizon offer other phones besides Apple’s iPhone, some of which can handle speeds above the 3G threshold, but such is the price you pay when you want to have a really pretty and eye-catching chart. Hit the source link to soak up more of T-Mobile’s priceless wisdom.

[Thanks, Ramon]

T-Mobile continues campaign against iPhone 4 with new ‘State of the Smartphone’ infographic originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 28 Feb 2011 02:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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