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30 best free Android OS games

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The development of increasingly Android OS darted like a rocket. Of course, games on Android to be one Andoid OS support so that more and more popular.
Here are 30 free games Android OS is best categorized:

1. Angry Birds
The amazingly popular iOS game moved to Android recently, earning over two million downloads during its first weekend of availability.
The Android version is free, unlike the Apple release, with maker Rovio opting to stick a few adverts on it rather than charge an upfront fee. The result is a massive and very challenging physics puzzler that's incredibly polished and professional. For free. It defies all the laws of modern retail.
Angry Birds for Android was first available to download from app store GetJar but is now available through Android Market.

Now Angry Birds game can be played also on the PC, please take here
Angry Birds for PC

2. Bebbled
Your standard gem-shuffling thing, only presented in a professional style you wouldn't be surprised to see running on something featuring a Nintendo badge with an asking price of £19.99.
You only drop gems on other gems to nuke larger groups of the same colour, but with ever-tightening demands for score combos and scenes that require you to rotate your phone to flip the play field on its head, Bebbled soon morphs into an incredibly complex challenge.

3. The Red Stone
There's an awful lot of square-shuffling games on Android and Red Stone is one of the best. And one of the hardest. You start off with a big fat 'King' square that's four times of the normal 'pawn' squares, then set about shuffling things so the fat King can get through to an exit at the top of the screen.
It's hard to accurately describe a puzzle game in the written word, but seriously, it's a good game.

4. Newton
Released a few months back in beta form, Newton is a maths/physics challenge that has you lining up shots at a target - but having to contend with the laws of nature, in the form of pushers, pullers, benders (no laughing), mirrors and traps, all deflecting your shot from its target.
The developer is still adding levels to it at the moment, so one day Newton might be finished and might cost money. But for now it's free and a great indie creation.

5. Sketch Online
Surprisingly free of crude representations of the male genitalia, Sketch Online is a sociable guessing game where users do little drawings then battle to correctly guess what's being drawn first. It's like Mavis Beacon for the Bebo generation. The version labelled "Beta" is free, and if you like it there's the option to pay for an ad-free copy. But Google can't make you. Yet.

6. Drop
Some might call Drop a game, others might classify it as a tech demo that illustrates the accuracy of the Android platform's accelerometer, thanks to how playing it simply involves tilting your phone while making a little bouncy ball falls between gaps in the platforms. Either way it'll amuse you for a while and inform you of the accuracy of your accelerometer - a win-win situation.

7. Frozen Bubble
Another key theme of the independent Android gaming scene is (ports of) clones of popular titles. Like Frozen Bubble, which is based around the ancient and many-times-copied concept of firing gems up a screen to make little groups of similarly coloured clusters. That's what you do. You've probably done it a million times before, so if it's your thing get this downloaded.

8. Replica Island
An extremely polished platform game that pulls off the shock result of being very playable on an Android trackball. The heavy momentum of the character means you're only switching direction with the ball or d-pad, letting you whizz about the levels with ease. Then there's jumping, bottom-bouncing, collecting and all the other usual platform formalities.

9. Gem Miner
You are a sort of mole character that likes to dig things out of the ground. But that's not important. The game itself has you micro-managing the raw materials you find, upgrading your digging powers and buying bigger and better tools and maps. Looks great, plays well on Android's limited button array. Go on, suck the very life out of the planet.

10. ConnecToo
Another coloured-square-based puzzle game, only this has you joining them up. Link red to red, then blue to blue - then see if you've left a pathway through to link yellow to yellow. You probably haven't, so delete it all and try again.
A brilliantly simple concept. ConnecToo used to be a paid-for game, but was recently switched to an ad-supported model - meaning it now costs you £0.00.

11. Titres
Once you're successfully rewired your brain's 25 years of playing Tetris in a certain way with certain buttons and got used to tapping the screen to rotate your blocks, it's... Tetris.
It hinges on how much you enjoy placing things with your phone's trackball or pad. If you're good at it, it's a superb Tetris clone. Let's hope it doesn't get sued out of existence.

12. Trap!
Not the best-looking game you'll ever play, with its shabby brown backgrounds and rudimentary text making it look like something you'd find running on a PC in the year 1985. But it's good.
You draw lines to box in moving spheres, gaining points for cordoning off chunks of the screen. That sounds rubbish, so please invest two minutes of your time having a go on it so you don't think we're talking nonsense.

13. Jewels
Coloured gems again, and this time your job is to switch pairs to make larger groups which then disappear. That might also sound quite familiar. The good thing about Jewels is its size and presentation, managing to look professional while packing in more levels than should really be given away for free.

14. OpenSudoku
We had to put one Sudoku game in here, so we'll go with OpenSudoku - which lives up to its open tag thanks to letting users install packs of new puzzles generated by Sudoku makers. It's entirely possible you could use this to play new Sudoku puzzles for the rest of your life, if that's not too terrifying a thought.

15. Abduction!
A sweet little platform jumping game, presented in a similarly quirky and hand-drawn style as the super-fashionable Doodle Jump. You can't argue with cute cows and penguins with parachutes, or a game that's easy to play with one hand thanks to its super accessible accelerometer controls.

16. The Great Land Grab
A cross between a map tool and Foursquare, The Great Land Grab sorts your local area into small rectangular packets of land - which you take ownership of by travelling through them in real-time and buying them up.
Then someone else nicks them off you the next day, a bit like real-world Risk. A great idea, as long as you don't mind nuking your battery by leaving your phone sitting there on the train with its GPS radio on.

17. Brain Genius Deluxe
Our basic legal training tells us it's better to use the word "homage" than to label something a "rip-off", so we'll recommend this as a simple "homage" to the famed Nintendo Brain Training franchise.
Clearly it's not going to be as slick, but there's enough content in here to keep you "brain training" (yes, it even uses that phrase) until your battery dies. The presentation's painfully slow, but then again that might be the game teaching you patience.

18. Coloroid
Very, very simple and has the look of the aftermath of an explosion in a Tetris factory, but it works. All you do is expand coloured areas, trying to fill them in with colours in as few moves as possible - like using Photoshop's fill tool at a competitive level.

19. Cestos
Sort of a futuristic recreation of curling, where players chuck marbles at each other to try and smash everyone else's balls/gems down the drain and out of the zone. The best part is this all happens online against real humans, so as long as there's a few other bored people out there at the same time you'll have a real, devious, cheating, quitting person to play against. Great.

20. Air Control
One of the other common themes on the Android gaming scene is clones of games based around pretending to be an air traffic controller, where you guide planes to landing strips with a swish of your finger. There are loads of them, all pretty much the same thing - we've chosen Air Control as it's an ad-supported release, so is technically free.

21. GalaxIR
A futuristic strategy game with an abstract look, where players micro-manage an attacking alien fleet. Pick a planet, pick an attack point, then hope your troops have the balls to carry it off. There's not much structure to the game as yet, but that's what you get when you're on the bleeding-edge of free, independent Android gaming development.

22. Graviturn
An accelerometer based maze game, where the aim is to roll a red ball out of a maze by tilting your phone around. Seems embarrassingly easy at first, until increasing numbers of green balls appear on screen. If any green balls roll off the screen you die and have to try again. It's abstract. It's good.

23. Alchemy Classic
There are a few variants on Alchemy out there, each offering a similarly weird experience. You match up elements to create their (vaguely) scientific offspring, so dumping water onto earth makes a swamp, and so on. It's a brain teaser thing and best played by those who enjoy spending many hours in the company of the process of elimination.

24. Action Potato
You control three pots. Pressing on the pots makes them jump up into the air, where they harvest potatoes. See how many you can get in a row. That's the gist of it. And don't collect the rotten potatoes, else you die. That really is it. The Android Market stats say this is on well over 250,000 downloads, so it's doing something right.

25. Scrambled Net
Based around the age-old concept of lining up pipes and tubes, but has been jazzed up with images of computer terminals, high score tracking and animations. Still looks like something you'd have played on a Nokia during the last decade, but it's free – and looking rubbish hardly stopped Snake from taking off, did it?

26. Word Drop
Laid out like your standard Android block-based puzzle game, the difference here is we're not dealing with gems - you make blocks disappear by spelling out words from the jumbled heap of letters. There's not an enormous amount of point to it, but you can at least submit your scores and best words to the server, where an AI version of Susie Dent will pass her approval.

27. Barrr
What you do here is man-manage a bar world, pointing men at the beers, games or tattoo parlour, then taking their money off them once they're drunk and happy like a good capitalist. And make sure they go to the toilet. Things, as things do in games, soon start speeding up and it gets rather insane and difficult.

28. Tetronimo
The name gives it away - this is a Tetris clone. Or rather it's a game that uses the same sort of block-shifting rules as Tetris, only with a very nice and user friendly touchscreen area beneath the block pit to make it easy to play. We're having trouble locating this on the Android Market at time of writing - either a glitch or the inevitable legal troubles.
UPDATE: Tetronimo seems to have been removed from the Market, but the same developer has released Block It Up Lite, which mixes elements of Tetris and Bejewelled. [Thanks to tmahoney in the comments for the tip.]

29. Word Feud
A superb little clone of Scrabble, with a big, clear screen and online play options that actually work. The game's been offered for free with some hefty advertising over it thanks to the developer being based in Norway - which only received paid-for app sales support recently. A paid version may arrive soon, butWord Feud remains free right now.

30. Friction Mobile
A very odd concept that makes no sense in still images. You fire a ball into the screen, then try to hit that ball with other balls until it explodes. The catch is you're not allowed to bounce balls backwards into your own face. Because then you die. Sounds rubbish, but works well. It's free, so give it a no-obligation, no-commitment whirl.

Perhaps there are many more who signed you think that is not here, please specify in comments


Announced the second generation PSP, the PSP NGP (Next Generation Portable)

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Sony finally reveal the next generation PSP. This new product codenamed NGP (Next Generation Portable) or also called the PSP 2, which is of the view at a glance is similar to its predecessor the Sony PSP. Only, if from the side of the carrying capacity to compete with the PlayStation 3.

NGP PSP using quad-core processor ARM Cortex A9 and quad-core PowerVR graphics SGX543MP4 +. These specifications are similar to known features rumored to be attached to the next generation of  IPAD and iPhone. Unfortunately there is no clarity to the RAM memory in the PSP NGP crammed, but the example unit got 1GB LPDDR2. Even so, the possibility of RAM is 512 MB at the time could launch in the market soon.
Sony PSP NGP, not only can be used as an ordinary game consoles. Sony NGP seems to be also used to socialize with other devices, remember this gaming device is equipped with 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi b / g / n and Bluetooth and GPS. Moreover, supported by 5-inch OLED screen, with a resolution of qualified, 960x544 pixels.

The Sony PSP NGP will feature:
- 5 inch multitouch OLED display
- ARM Cortex-A9 core CPU
- Two analog sticks
- 3G and Wifi connectivity
- Front and rear cameras

Samsung launches four new phones Galaxy, The Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Gio, and Galaxy Mini

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After the issue of Samsung Indonesia leaked galaxy series, Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830. It turned out real Samsung plans to introduce four new series in the line of the Galaxy. They are Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Gio and Galaxy Mini

The four handset running Android 2.2 Froyo. By launching four ammunition at once, Samsung hopes consumers have more choices in the Galaxy line.

The new Galaxy family expectedly runs on Android OS and will come with features like Wi-Fi, Android Apps and Samsung Apps support, Social Hub, Swype text input, GPS and more

Here the following basic specifications of the four Samsung Galaxy is:

Galaxy Ace S5830:

Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830
Android 2.2.1 Froyo
3.5-inch HVGA TFT display
800MHz processor
5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash
Social Hub, TouchWiz interface, Swype; document viewer/editor
Quad-band GSM, HSDPA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Galaxy Gio S5660:
Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660
Android 2.2 Froyo
3.2-inch HVGA TFT display
800MHz processor
3-megapixel autofocus camera
Social Hub, TouchWiz interface, Swype; document viewer/editor
Quad-band GSM, HSDPA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Galaxy Fit S5670:
Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670
Android 2.2 Froyo
3.31-inch QVGA TFT display
600MHz processor
5-megapixel autofocus camera
Social Hub, TouchWiz interface, Swype; document viewer
Quad-band GSM, HSDPA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Galaxy Mini S5570:
Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570
Android 2.2 Froyo
3.14-inch QVGA TFT display
600MHz processor
3-megapixel fixed-focus camera
Social Hub, TouchWiz interface, Swype; document viewer
Quad-band GSM, HSDPA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Huawei IDEOS C8150 (AHATouch), Android phone from AHA

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Since PT. Bakrie Telecom (BTel) went into business data services through its subsidiary, Bakrie Connectivity (BConnect), with a product known as AHA or affordable hyper-speed access. AHA is a high-speed Internet access service networks based on CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) technology that uses EVDO (Evolution Data Optimize) Rev. A. This service is claimed to offer speeds above 3.5 G's access to GSM, which is 3.1 Mbps for downloads and 1.8 Mbps for uploads.

AHA be good enough power service and has proven community received 75 thousand subscribers to record active in Indonesia since its launch six months ago
Huawei IDEOS C8150 - AHATouchBConnect is also in addition to adding new modem, the AHA Vibe is priced at Rp 699 thousand. With this modem users benefit from free internet for 30 days with speeds reaching 3.1 Mbps and unlimited free download songs via the AHA Vibe music downloader.

In addition, BConnect rumored to be penetrated with the launch of the smartphone market with Android OS Smartphone. Smarthphone a possibility in the bundle by the AHA is Huawei IDEOS C8150 also called AHAtouch, Smartphones android who already support RUIM card. Using Processor Qualcomm MSM7225-1, screen 2.8 "QVGA (320x240) TFT-LCD Capacitive Touch and 3.2 Megapixel camera, it would be easy to penetrate the market, because the price offered for this smarthphone sold for about Rp. 1.5 million

The following specifications of AHATouch:
- CDMA2000 1X/EVDO Rev.A 800MHz
- up to 3.1 Mbps (download),  1.8 Mbps (upload)
- Processor Qualcomm MSM7225-1
- 2.8” QVGA (320x240) TFT-LCD Capacitive Touch
- 262K  colors
- Auto rotate (G-sensor)
- 3.2 Megapixel Camera FF
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- BT 2.1 + EDR (A2DP)
- Micro USB (High Speed USB) for Data and Charging
- 5-way navigation pad
- FM Radio
- Internal Memory: 256MB RAM+512MB NAND
- Expand Micro SD slot: Up to 32 GB
- Proximity Sensor
- Ambient light sensor
- Compass
- GMS (Google Maps / Google Search / Gmail etc.)
- Dimension: 104×54.8×13.5mm
- Weight (including the battery) 102 g
- Battery:1200mAh (stand by 250 hours, talk time 4 hours)


Samsung Galaxy Ace (S5830) Specifications Revealed

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The latest generation Samsung Galaxy named Ace (S5830), has appeared on the internet. Leaks that appear on the site Samsung Indonesia.
"Someone at Samsung Indonesia Might be in a spot of trouble after this ...," writes a site Techradar about the leak of the Galaxy Ace.

Samsung Galaxy Ace

Technology site Cnet also revealed the same thing. "The phone snuck out on the Indonesian Samsung website, but That Did not stop us from applying our extensive knowledge of world languages to bring you all the deets - or 'rincian', As We say in Bahasa Indonesian," writes the site .

When Amateur tried to visit the Samsung Indonesia site, was indeed found in such sites leaked photos and specs 'Galaxy Ace', such as expressed Techradar and Cnet.

"Samsung GALAXY Ace GT-S5830 mobile phone brings sophistication to a new level! With the size of a slim, compact and rounded edges, this phone provides the perfection of elegance with technology. With access to millions of applications on the Android Market, the phone is ready to do anything. Connect with your social circle through social networking sites as well! " written on the web page about Galaxy Ace

Samsung Galaxy Ace comes following the fixation and other Samsung Galaxy, with Android 2.2 (Froyo). In addition, Ace will have features 7.2Mbps HSDPA, quad-band GSM, and equipped with 800MHz processor. Other features include: 3.5-inch HVGA (320 × 480 pixels) touchscreen display, 5 MP camera with LED flash, Social Hub, Swype, Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, GPS, MicroSD up to 32GB.

Specs of Samsung Galaxy Ace:
- GSM, EDGE Band: 850/900/1.800/1.900
- 3G Band  900/2.100
- Data 3G HSDPA 7,2
- Display: touchscreen TFT 3,5 inch HVGA (320 x 480)
- Operation System Android 2,2 Froyo
- Dimension:112,4 x 59,9 x 11,5 mm
- Weight 113g 
- Camera Camera Resolution 5MP
- Video player Android
- Video recording (320 x 240)
- Internal Memory 158MB
- microSD support, up to 32GB
- Sound Music Player Android
- MP3 Rington
- FM Radio with RDS
- Bluetooth v2,1
- USB v2,0 HS
- USB mass storage
- WIFI 802,11 b / g / n
- Speakerphone
- Battery 1.350mAh

Google Nexus S appears in white colour

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The successor smarthphone Nexus One, Google Nexus S previously only comes in black only, now the smartphone is made by Samsung comes with a white casing.

Nexus S leaks white version first appeared in Germany. Looks casing on the back totally white. While the front is still black.

Google Nexus S White
In addition to color changes, this handset does not seem to change the specifications compared with normal  Google Nexus S. Although there has been no official confirmation from Google or Samsung on the handset, expected sales will be done soon.

Some parties also questioned Google's motives make a Nexus S white color, which is even suspected as satire for Apple. For a long time despite having plans to release iPhone 4 white color, until now there has been no word from Apple about its marketing.

It may be that Google really wanted to satirize the iPhone 4 with Nexus S issued a white handset faster than the iPhone 4 white.

LG Optimus Me P350, cheaper version of the LG Optimus series

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If previous LG has released the LG Optimus One P 500 is quite acceptable to the market so that LG plans to continue the series by releasing the LG Optimus 2X which is claimed as the first mobile phone with dual-core processor. Now LG back to bring mobile phones with Android OS, called LG Optimus Me P350.

LG Optimus Me P350
LG Optimus Me P350 is reportedly going to be sold at affordable price. Android version has not been officially announced by LG, but allegedly will use the Android 2.2 (Froyo).

LG Optimus Me P350 screen size is about 3 inches, 320×480 pixels touchscreen diplay. This handset is touted as a derivative of LG Optimus One P 500, by bringing up different designs. Other specifications include 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, quad-band GSM and dual-band (900/2100) HSPA, Video Player/Recoreding, FM Radio, 3.5 mm jack, 1500 mAh battery, 140 MB of internal memory and microSD slot. While the dimensions of 113.5 x 59 x 13.3 mm, and weighs 130 grams.

From a fairly cheerful color choices, ranging from red, pink to green, it seems this phone is aimed at young people

LG Optimus Me P350 Specifications:
- Android OS  V2.2 (Froyo)
- Quad band GSM, Dual band HSPA
- Dimensions: 113.5 x 59 x 13.3 mm
- Weight: 130 gm
- GPS Navigation
- 3-megapixel camera
- Wireless LAN Wi-Fi
- 140 MB of internal memory
- Bluetooth
- miniUSB
- Email/SMS/MMS
- 3.5mm audio-jack
- Music Player
- Video Player
- Expandable memory
- Google services: GMail, Google Search , Google Maps , etc.
- Android Market Apps access
- Facebook, Twitter Apps
- 1500 mAh battery

Colour of LG Optimus Me P350

PalmPad Topaz and Opal leaked, the first Tablet with WebOS

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Since Hewlett Packard acquired Palm a year ago, Hewlett Packard (HP) plans to continue to develop a WebOS platform for computer products, tablets, and smartphones. However, until now not clear when HP will start out with WebOS products to market.

Some of rumors on the internet predicted that the first tablet-tech Palm would likely be introduced soon. Engadget technology blog site, named the two models designed tablet that deserves believed to HP. One of them with a 9 inch screen is called Topaz, while others with smaller screens only 7 inches is called Opal. Topaz apart with wider screen also features a front camera, a micro USB port at the bottom, and 1.2 GHz processor
HP PalmPad

It’s likely that both tablets will display 1024 x 768; will be supported by HP Beats audio; play Flash video and allow “true multi tasking which allows 20 apps to run simultaneously” and will have an inductive charger, which means it will charge in the way a cordless phone does – without a wire between the charger and the tablet. HP’s Palm tablet has a microUSB port and multiple speakers.

Specifications of Lenovo LePhone

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Actually Lenovo as major notebook vendors, not just entering the Tablet PC industry with the release tablet LePad, because actually the Lenovo also has been issued a smart phone that uses the Android OS that is named LePhone

Lenovo products out looking very different, if we see from its product smarthphone LePhone that looks great and there are additional QWERTY keybord that can be removed just as LePad tablet that can be converted into Netbook with a full keyboard via a special casing
Lenovo LePhone specifications:
Cellular Networks: GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900
Cellular Data Links: CSD, HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE
Cellular Antenna: Internal antenna
Dimensions: 120 x 60 x 12 millimetres
Google Android 2.1
CPU: 32 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250
CPU Clock: 1000 MHz
CPU Core: Qualcomm Scorpion
Instruction set: ARMv7
RAM capacity: 256 MB
ROM capacity: 256 MiB
Display: color transflective TFT
Display Color Depth: 24 bit/pixel (16777216 scales)
Display Diagonal: 3.7 ” (94 millimetres)
Display Resolution: 800 x 480
Audio Channel(s): stereo
Microphone: stereo
Audio Output: 3.5mm
Cellular Networks: GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900
Cellular Data Links: CSD, HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE
Cellular Antenna: Internal antenna
Call Alert: 40 -chord melody
Vibrating Alert: Supported
Speakerphone : Supported
Expansion Interfaces: microSD, microSDHC, TransFlash, SDIO
USB: USB 2.0 client, 480Mbit/s
USB Series Micro-B (Micro-USB) connector
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Wireless LAN: 802.11b, 802.11g
54 Mbit/s
GPS Protocol: NMEA 0183, SIRF
Complementary GPS Services: A-GPS
Built-in Digital Camera
Sensor Type: CMOS sensor
Resolution: 2048 x 1536 pixels (3.15MP)
Autofocus (AF): Supported
Optical Zoom: 1 x
Secondary Camera: 640 x 480 pixel
Battery Technology: Lithium-ion battery

iPhone 5 Specs Leaked

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Not long ago Apple releases iPhone 4, has been around the issue of Apple will continue the series by releasing the iPhone 5. That there are sources claiming the iPhone 5 prototype already exists, and apparently an Apple insider has said that this iPhone 5 is so different from the iPhone 4.

iPhone 5
iPhone 5 will pack with a new 1.2GHz dual-core processor faster than the iPhone 4’s, and it will use a larger 3.7-inch screen with scratch proof and shatter proof screen

The new iPhone 5 is going to be loaded with awesome new features like video chat on 3g and 4g (no longer restricted to WiFi only), face recognition and extreme downloading

Rumor iPhone 5 Specs and Features are :
  • Thinner! With shiny glass back piece-9.3 mm thick
  • Video chat on 3G, 4G (no longer restricted to WiFi)
  • Face recognition
  • Face Time over 3G and 4G
  • Custom SMS tones
  • Custom Email alerts with ability to assign with different email address
  • Sleek design
  • OLED screen
  • Scratch proof and shatter proof screen
  • Wireless sync with iTunes
  • 32G and 64G memory
  • Extended batter life- 14 hours talk time on 3G and 7 hours on 4G. Standby time of 600 hours

Rumors specification of BlackBerry Storm 3

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Rumors presence BlackBerry Storm 3 had time to fade. But now rumors of the presence of the BlackBerry Storm 3 flare discussed again, the emergence of Storm 3 (Also known as BlackBerry 9570) are present to block the popularity of the iPhone 4.

Storm 3 will be equipped with large enough that resolution 800 × 480 pixels. Research In Motion (RIM) seems to want to approach the territorial retinal display iPhone. Now the question is, whether the Storm 3 is able to be worth opposed to the iPhone 4?

BlackBerry Storm 3 In terms of processor, Storm 3 reportedly has a speed of 1.2 Ghz. That said, RIM uses dual-core chip, the optical trackpad is still present, and the display is supposedly a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen with an AMOLED display, with 16M colors. You’ll find integrated WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth connectivity. The battery life is supposed to grant users 9 hours of talk time, and up to 432 hours of stand-by time. It’s still possible that the BlackBerry Storm 3 will feature the same Operating System as the PlayBook, or it could just ship with OS 6, as other BlackBerry devices have recently. No word on when, or even if, the device will make it to market. But, if it does, it sounds like RIM has a real contender in the smartphone market again.

Here are the specs of the BlackBerry Storm 3:
- 1.2 GHz processor
- 3.7-inch 800 x 480 capacitive display
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
- Tri-band UMTS/HSPA
- 5-megapixel camera with 720p video recording
- 8GB eMMC (storage for apps and data), 512MB of RAM
- microSD slot
- Magnetometer
- Proximity sensor
- Accelerometer
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
- 2.4 GHz b/g/n and 5GHz a/n Wi-Fi + UMA
- 3G Mobile hotspot
- Optical trackpad
- BlackBerry OS 6.1
- OpenGL ES 2.0
- 1230 mAh battery

Acer Iconia, Dual Screen Laptop

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Acer released a dual-screen laptop called Acer Iconia. With the dual screen, you will not find a physical keyboard but can use a virtual keyboard on the second screen. Besides design and hardware that okay, Acer Iconia is also using software for media sharing.

Two screen of Acer Iconia was protected by ultra-tough Gorilla Glass, with 14-inch displays, HD 1366 × 768 resolution, high-brightness Acer CrystalBrite LED-backlit TFT-LCDs and use advanced technologies to support all-Point Multi-touch for precise on-screen input
Acer Iconia
The Acer Iconia has an Intel Core i5-480M, 560M, and i5-i5-580 processor and integrated Intel HD graphics (128 MB RAM), up to 4 GB of DDR3 memory and a 320/500/640 / 750GB hard drive, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 + HS, 3G mobile broadband Internet access, a USB 3.0 port, two 2.0 ports, an S / PDIF interface, Gigabit Ethernet, a built-in microphone, Acer Crystal Eye webcam equipped (1280 × 1024 resolution), VGA and HDMI outputs, a 4-cell battery offers work 3 hours, and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system.

Vinci Tab, Tablets for babies and toddlers

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Designed specifically for babies up to three years old, Vinci is not focused on academic teaching. Instead, Vinci applications introduce your baby to a rich interactive world she/he can control. We are dedicated to inspiring, not dictating. Our goal is for Vinci to help develop a life-long love of learning. Our hope is Vinci will allow babies to discover their full potential, build their confidence, and strive to become tomorrow's leaders. Through Vinci, you will ensure your child is not intimidated but empowered by technology.

Vinci TabVinci Tab is a touch screen computer designed specifically for infants and toddlers safety. Not only the design, Vinci also use materials which are not dangerous, considering the baby has a habit of inserting foreign objects into his mouth.

Different from tablet at the usual, Vinci is not equipped with Wi-Fi functionality, or 3G. In addition, Vinci, which uses Google's Android operating system is also equipped with an application that is inspiring and instructive. That is, parents do not have to worry about their children seeing harmful content through the tablet.

Tech Specs  of Vinci Tab:
Size and Weight
Height: 7.25" (18.41 cm)
Width: 10" (25.40 cm)
Depth: 0.625" (1.58 cm)
Weight: 1.28 lb (580 g)

7-inch (diagonal) glossy widescreen
Multi-Touch display
800-by-480-pixel resolution

1GHz Cortex A8
Memory 512MB RAM
Camera 3 Mega Pixels, back facing

Desktop Requirement
For VINCI Desktop Software
PC with USB 2.0 port
Windows 7; Windows Vista; or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 3 or later
Mac computer with USB 2.0 port
Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later

H.264 video up to 720p, 30 frames per second, audio up to 160 Kbps per channel, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v and .mp4 file formats; MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second

Environmental Requirements
Operating temperature: 32° to 95° F (0° to 35° C)
Nonoperating temperature: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C)
Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet (3000 m)

English for now. Additional language support will be available at a later stage

Battery and Power
Built-in 24W-Hour (6400 mAH, 3.7V) rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
Up to 8 hours of playing games, watching video, or listening to music
Charging via power adapter

Audio Playback
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
Audio formats supported: MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), and WAV
User-configurable maximum volume limit

In the Box Vinci Tab
Micro USB to USB Cable
10W USB Power Adapter
Quick Guide

Lenovo LePad, Combination Tablet and Netbook

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Not only Asus that combines tablet and netbook like the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Lenovo as one of the major notebook vendors released products that combine the tablets and netbooks too with the release of Lenovo LePad. With Lenovo LePad whole thing can be use as a standalone tablet, and when a full QWERTY keyboard is needed, the LePad can be neatly placed inside a special dock / case that offers a full keyboard and some additional ports thus transforming it into a netbook.

Lenovo LePad has a 10.1-inch screen and runs on Android 2.2 applications with 1.3 GHz processor Qualcomm's Snapdragon, 16GB of storage space, 512MB of RAM. Everything gets more interesting once you add the U1, the netbook side, that comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 128GB SSD, a full QWERTY keyboard, additional ports and Windows 7 running the show.

Lenovo LePad specifications:

  • 10.1-inch (16:10 ratio) with 1280x800 resolution display
  • Qualcomm SnapDragon 1.3GHz processor
  • Intel CULV Core i5-540M 1.2GHz (while using as a netbook) 
  • Android Froyo 2.2 OS
  • Windows 7 Home Premium (netbook)
  • 1GB RAM memory
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM (netbook)
  • 32GB Flash memory
  • 320GB 5400rpm 7mm SATA (netbook)
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3G
  • 2MP integrated web camera
  • USB 2.0 and HDMI ports

Axioo PicoPad, Lokal Tablet PC with Android 2.2 Froyo

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Axioo is known as a local notebook vendor, and Axioo is also the local as a successful notebook vendor. Evidently, the product output is pretty much interested consumers. And now, this notebook vendors want to follow-penetrated market segments that are 'trends' in recent years. Axioo tablet PC that was launched is named Axioo PicoPad
Axioo PicoPad Axioo PicoPad appeared with a 7-inch screen, operating system, Google Android 2.2 Froyo, with a speed of 600 MHz of processing power
Facilities and support network connectivity can be spelled quite adequate. Like the GSM network, GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. As a result, claimed PicoPad remain connected to the internet wherever the user is located. Includes all ready to support the high mobility of user activity.

Not only that, other features such as phone dialing (phone) and messaging (SMS, MMS. Email, Push Email, IM, RSS) are also available. Office applications 'Documents to Go' (word processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation Processing) and e-Book reader. PicoPad also offers the services Google Mobile Service, where users who already have a Google account (gmail) can download the various applications via the Android Market.

The following specifications of Axioo PicoPad:
2G Network: 850/900/1800/1900
3G Network: 900/1900/2100 or 850/1900/2100

179.4 mm (H) x 110 mm (W) x 11.5 mm (T)
Weight 375g with battery pack


Type Transmissive TFT LCD, 16M, 24 bits, Touch panel, Capacitive-type touch
Size 7 ", 800 x 480, WVGA

Built-in microphone and loudspeaker
3.5mm audio jack for stereo headset interface
Advanced Echo Cancellation for phone

AAC LC / LTP, HE-AACv1 (AAC +), HE-AACv2 (enhanced AAC +)
Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Ambient light sensor


Internal 512MB NAND Flash, 512MB DDR RAM

Card Slot
MicroSD, Up To 32GB

Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
GPRS / EDGE Class 12
3G HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
Wi-Fi 802.11 B / G
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
USB 2.0, and OTG modes
A-GPS support

3MP CMOS AF; 0.3 megapixel front camera EDOF

Video playback: H.263, H.264 AVC, MPEG-4 SP

Qualcomm MSM7227 (App: ARM11 600MHz)

SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS

Main Software
Phone Dialer, Contacts, E-Compass Sensor, Call Control, Emergency Call, Voice Dialer, Alarm Clock, Calculator, Browser, Camera, Gallery, SMS / MMS, Email, SIM Tool Kit, USB Tethering

GMS Software
Android Market, Google Map, Google Calendar, Gmail, Set-up Wizard, YouTube, Google Street View, Contact Sync, Google Talk, Google's Top Search, Google Voice Search

3240 mAH with hard-packed mAh Li-Polymer
Up to 550 hours for WCDMA
Up to 400 hours for GSM

AC input voltage: 100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz, AC input current: max 300mAac.
DC output voltage: 5V dc (typical), DC output current: 2A (typical)

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