The Arc is without a doubt my favorite Android phone and for those of you like me who have an Xperia Arc, the latest update to the superslim smart phone is now officially waiting for you. Even though it’s a minor update, its going to give a lot more power to your Arc. Here’s what’s included:
Free Location based apps on Android took a serious hit today as Google announced new charges for using the Google maps API. Developers’ costs look set to rise as Google Maps introduces charges for “heavy Users” of the product.
Media is a key component of the Samsung Galaxy SII. Playing it, watching it, recording it, listening to it; its dual core processor and 1GB of RAM makes it a flexible phone to incorporate work and play. At the 2011 Mobile World Congress, Samsung unveiled four new ‘Hub’ applications designed to integrate practice and usage for Galaxy S2 deals. An upgrade from anything the manufacturer had done before they offer four new brands covering Gaming, Social, Readers and Music.
One of the most striking things about the Sony Ericsson Arc and the Iphone 4 is the way they both look. The Sony Ericsson device is a nice change from standard touchscreen design. It’s a breath of fresh air to be honest, not that the iPhone is nothing but a very attractive device – it’s just nice to have a change.
The Sensation is the latest flagship phone from HTC and is quickly becoming one of the biggest selling phones of 2011. With a 1.2GHz dual core chip and 4.3″ qHD screen it is easy to see why it is gaining so much popularity. Its one of the first new “super-phones” on the market. The question is what would most people sell to get one? Our buddies over at Best Mobile Contracts are running a survey and in exchange are offering people the chance to win their very own HTC Sensation courtesy of Vodafone.