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Google will postpone Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)

October 8, 2011 Leave a comment

First, Samsung has released detail of Galaxy Nexus Prime, and it is said that this phone will be out at their October 11th Unpacked even, along with the Google Android 4.0 OS (Ice Cream Sandwich), but Samsung and Google decide to postpone the new product. “We agree that it is just not the right time to announce a new product” they had said. The new date and venue will be shortly announced.

We are all waiting for the next Android OS, but taking a view of the Android product, we found too much devices. For one thing, Samsung has just released two Android products; this Nexus Prime is just the new one to carve up the markets. And another factor is the iPhone 5. We all know many customers await Apple’s iPhone 5 recently, so it’s hard to say Galaxy Nexus will sell well.

We hope this new Android OS will be present soon, just like the long-anticipated iPhones.

Which Android Custom UI is your own point?

August 27, 2011 Leave a comment

If you’re in the market for an Android phone, most power users will tell you to go with a stock device if you can manage it. Unfortunately, phones like the Iphone and Samsung are few and far between. More than likely, you’ll be choosing from a pack of phones with a custom user interface. User Interfaces offer a tweaked UI and some added services, but it’s much different experience from one to the next.

Just like the HTC Sense, Motorola’s Blur, Samsung’s TouchWiz and iPad UI, these top android interfaces come down in two camps. The ones that try to do a lot, and the ones that don’t. HTC Sense and TouchWiz are heavier skins that offer a lot of new features. Blur and SE UX are more stripped down. Although, MotoBlur (like on the Atrix) has a more cluttered UI and more background services.

However, you could choose your Android UI with your own points of interest. In China, among the marketplace of Android devices, you may also ask for the Android Custom UI Company. And it’s right; the Eclaxy could provide flexible Custom UI Design.
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