Week in Review @PocketDroid ( 25 – 31 July 2011)


The weekend has arrived, and you know what that means-it’s time for our weekly review, the Week in Review @PocketDroid! We’ll cover the most important news and reviews that we wrote the past week. So, let’s begin!

We started the past week with some very interesting stories. At the very beginning, we informed you that the Motorola Atrix finally got the Gingerbread update! Here’s a small part from the article:

Motorola finally released the Gingerbread update for their first dual-core smartphone, the Motorola Atrix. This software update updates the Atrix to the latest Gingerbread build – Android 2.3.4. Click here for the whole story!

Later, we discovered that Sony Ericsson’s former flagship device, the Xperia X10, had just tasted Gingerbread! Here’s a cut from the story:

Sony Ericsson finally released the Gingerbread 2.3.3 update for their first Android device, the Xperia X10. The update is available worldwide for carrier-independent devices. Click here to read the whole article!

The same day we wrote a review for the Lenovo Ideapad K1. Here’s a paragraph from the review:

Lenovo has started a venture into the Tablet market by launching two promising looking tablets namely Thinkpad and Ideapad K1.While the Thinkpad is more of a buisness oriented device the ideapad K1 is a party rocker.Lets check it out. Click here for the whole review!

Some moments later, we wrote an article about a great deal that T-Mobile had offered: they were giving the T-Mobile G2x for free on a two year contract! Here’s a small cut from the story:

Are you into LG mobile devices, what about LG G2X smartphone? Well if you are, you have to know,  T-Mobile is offering this phone for free on a limited deal in the next 3 days. Click here for the whole story! 

Then we found out that the Asus EEE Pad Transformer finally got the Honeycomb 3.2 update. Here’s the article:

Great news! Asus made it official on its Twitter page, Honeycomb update 3.2 for Eee Pad Transformer is coming on Thursday 28th of July.

One more day to wait, before Transformer Pad owners can recieve the official update of Android 3.2 Honeycomb.

And the last news of the week is that HTC released all kernel sources for the remaining phones. Here’s a cut from the article:

fter a long debate with its cosumers regarding the bootloader locking, HTC finally decided to turn to its fans and make all kernel sources of all phones free. We also expect the SDK (Software Developer Kit) to makes its appearence on HTC’s developer page soon. Click here for the full article!

So, we’ve come to the end of our weekly review, the Week in Review @PocketDroid. Don’t forget to stay tuned to PocketDroid, in order to enjoy the latest news in the smartphone world!


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