Samsung plans to announce a Android based, mirror-less professional camera in it’s next event which would be holding on June 20. The have named the camera as ‘Galaxy NX’. And before that, some pictures of that camera got leaked..
This beautiful mirror-less camera looks like a SLR. And combination of a SLR with Android should be one of the most awesome moves.
Talking about the spaces, we can expect the camera to feature a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, max ISO of 25, 1080p video recording support, 600 and either a dual- or quad-core Exynos processor.
At the back it will have a 4.3-inch touchscreen which should support ‘high-resolution’ display.
Not too long ago, when some part of Google Glass spaces leaked out there, two critical parts were missing, CPU and RAM.But thanks to Jay Lee, a hacker who got his hands on a pair of Google Glass, managed to get those critical information. He has connected his Glass up to Google’s ADB software and analyzed the debug data to find out the operating system and hardware was powering the Google Glass.
As It can be seen here, in the ADB printout, Google Glass Explorer is running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. CPU is OMAP 4430 – a dual-core from the same family of processor used in the Galaxy Nexus smartphone. The ADB printout returned that the system has 682MB of RAM, but most likely it is 1GB of RAM and the system is reserving some part of it.
Samsung is expecting to ship 10M Galaxy S 4 phones in the first month of its sale, reports DigiTimes. The Supply chain sources familiar with the component orders of Samsung, it is also redicted that Samsung plans to ship as many as 30 million Galaxy S4 smartphones in the Q2, 2013.
The company has lined up launching program in 50 countries and more than 300 carriers. It will without any doubt boost its initial sales numbers. The Galaxy S4 is not expected to see any delays in shipping like the pccurences in HTC’s One and Apple’s iPhone 5 mainly
because of Samsung’s in-house manufacturering of most of the components.
CCleaner has been an important part in the PC file clean up game for years. Now the company behind CCleaner is gearing up to release it for Android OS.
A post on CCleaner’s blog stated that:
Good news for all Android users! We’ve heard your requests, and we’re excited to let you know that we’re hard at work creating a CCleaner for Android app. It’s work in progress, and we don’t have a final release date yet, but we’ve been doing some internal testing, and we’re very happy with how it’s looking!
Official statement says that as with PC and Mac, CCleaner on Android will make clearing out unwanted files, and apps easy and as simple as a single click.
The Sony Xperia Z is less than two months old and the first leak of another flagship handset is here. Codenamed C670X (the Xperia Z was C660X), the new phone packs quite a punch and would outperform the Xperia Z.
The leaked information says that the new device will have a full HD 4.8-inch display, 1.8GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The camera is rumored to be in the 13MP and will most likely consist of sub 1.5 micron pixels. There is no word on the OS at the moment, but if recent events are the proper indication, then it could be having Firefox OS.
Android Developers Dashboard has reported the share of all devices running each version of Android as of February 4, 2013. These numbers are measured based on the number of users accessing Google Play within a 14 day period, which is a more or less a correct indication of devices being actively used.
It can be seen from above chart that, Android 4.x and higher is nearing the 50-percent mark, at 42.6-percent currently. Gingerbread is still sitting at the top spot at 45.6-percent, but the point is nearing where device running Gingerbread will be overtaken by versions with the new design language.
As we can see in the graph, the share of Gingerbread devices is slowly but surely decreasing, making way for a notably quick Jelly Bean advancement.
According to a removed document posted up by Android Police, Android’s next version of operating system, known as Key Lime Pie, will be launching during this spring. The document, which apparently copyrighted to Qualcomm, had details that suggested just this. The removal could indicate the details were too accurate to post publicly at this point of time.
Google’s I/O scheduled conference is on May 15-17. It would be a great debut place for the next version of Android. Who knows, maybe they will hand out upgraded Nexus 7’s running Key Lime Pie. Fingers crossed!