The weekend arrived, and it’s time for our weekly review, the Week in Review @PocketDroid.
We started this week with an interesting story, which was about a white Samsung Galaxy W. Here’s a part from the story:
A few days ago, Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy W. However, they said nothing for its color, but from the leaked images, you can clearly see that this is a Galaxy W in white!
It’s confirmed that it sports a 3,7 inch WWGA screen, 1,4GHz CPU, and a 5 megapixel camera. Full story
Later, we found out that the Super Amoled HD on the Samsung GT-I9220 is a real thing! Here’s a cut from the story:
OLED-Display.net found on Wi-Fi certification website a registration entry with model number Samsung GT-I9220 which comes to confirm our earlier article of a reported hybrid.
The Super-Amoled-HD display device features a 1.4Ghz dual-core processor with a 5.29″ AMOLED display sporting 1280x720p resolution, 8MP rear-facing camera and runs on Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Click here for the full article
Then, we told you that ClockworkMod Recovery 5 is released for selected devices! Here’s a small part from the article:
This is not as huge as the Samsung Galaxy S II event news to report, but its worth mentioning right? Koushik Doutta developer of Clockworkmod Recovery has just announce via his Twitter account that the latest ClockworkMod Recovery v5.0 is now available for a few select devices. Click here for the full story
Later, we wrote an article about Sony Ericsson’s new phone: the Xperia arc S. Here’s what we said:
Sony Ericsson announced earlier today in press conference in conjunction with the IFA event, the latest addition to the Xperia™ family, Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S features an upgraded processor to 1.4Ghz (making it super fast), a 4.2-inch capacitive Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine and 854 x 480 pixels resolution (FWVGA), 320MB of internal phone memory with a microSD card slot expandable up to 32GB (a 8GB card included in the box kit), 8MP camera with Exmor R™ for mobile image sensor and 3D and 2D sweep panorama photography and runs Android 2.3 Gingebread. The Arc S will be available globally in selected markets from Q4 2011. Full article
Then we wrote an interesting story, which was about the Gingerbread update for the HTC Thunderbolt. Here’s what we said:
Droid Incredible and Thunderbolt owners must know that an official update for these two is coming this September, at least that’s what HTC tweeted on its Twitter account.
Along the way there were a few leaked Android 2.3 firmware updates for both Incredible and Thunderbolt, but non of those were good enough (some were to hard to flash following some complicated instructions for a newbie). Full article
After that, we told you about the Gingerbread update for the Motorola Droid 2 Global. Here’s a small part from the story:
Motorola has begun to send out the official Gingerbread 2.3.3 update to a small group of Droid 2 owners for testing purpose. The soak test is rolling right now and you could be a participant without even knowing it. Full story
And finally, the latest news of the past week is that the Nexus S got an Android 2.3.6 update! Here’s what we said:
Samsung Nexus S finally gets the promised fix from Google about the voice search bug (I9020AUCKD1 Android 2.3.4) which frustrated a lot of people.
A Google employee announced the update to Android 2.3.6 Baseband I9020AUCKF1 Build Number GRK39C an hour ago on Google Mobile Help Forum. Click here for full article
We’ve come to the end of another week review. Be sure to stick with PocketDroid, in order to enjoy the latest Android news!