It’s time for our weekly review, the Week in Review @PocketDroid.
At the beginning of the week, we finally saw some real images of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD (Nozomi). Here’s a cut from the article:
We finally saw some real photos of the upcoming Sony Ericsson flagship device – the Xperia Arc HD (or Nozomi). The device itself looks beautiful on the outside, but the internal components are the real deal – under the hood you’ll find an ultra-fast 1,5GHz dual core Snapdragon processor, along with 1GB of RAM and Adreno 220 GPU. The screen is one of the key features of the Xperia Arc HD. The name says it – it’s a 4,3 inch LCD display of HD resolution. Full article
We found out that the Motorola Droid XyBoard tablets are available in stock at Verizon Wireless. Here’s what the story was all about:
Starting today Verizon Wireless has Motorola Droid XYBOARD Android tablets available in local stores also the tablets are available for order online since Friday, December 9th.
You can take advantage of the special promotion from Verizon and receive $100 off Droid XYBOAD if you buy a Motorola Droid RAZR and you sign-up a two-year customer agreement. Read more
The HTC Droid Incredible 2 got a software update. Here’s the story in short:
Verizon Wireless delivers a new software upgrade v5.10.605.9 to Droid Incredible 2 by HTC to fix some security issues, adds 5 bar received signal strength indicator (R55) and a few more features. Full story
GTA III was finally released for Android! In our words:
Grand Theft Auto III (10 years anniversay edition) developed by Rockstar is now availableon the Android market.
GTA III fans now have the possibility to enjoy the fully-packed with action and all kinds of mission right from their Android devices courtesy of Rockstar who made it happen! Click for full article
The CM team abandoned the Samsung Vibrant. Here’s a paragraph from the article:
Cyanogen Mod developers abandon support for Samsung Vibrant after fruitless efforts to enable 911 emergency access. The team suggests the issue can’t be overcome without source code from Samsung, as all means to resolve the issue with open source code have failed. A message on the CM Forum informing us of this was later published More
Google announced the Android Ice-Cream Sandwich update for the Nexus S. Here’s what we said about that:
Google announces firmware upgrade Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for Samsung GALAXY Nexus S GSM/UMTS model. The update is already rolling in stages and will keep rolling in the next month or so until everyone receives it. Read the full article
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