Week in Review @PocketDroid (03.09 – 09.09)


It has been another interesting week, and we’re ready to share the most important articles we wrote with you!

AT&T announced a new Pantech smartphone, the Pantech Flex 4G LTE. Here’s what we wrote about that:

AT&T has announced its new lineup addition the – Pantech Flex 4G LTE smartphone powered by Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich dual operating system. Dont get confused its running to versions of Android 4.0 on the same system and not Android plus other OS. Dual-core processor ticking inside

The Samsung Galaxy Note received a software update which updated the user interface to look like the Galaxy S3. Here’s what we were talking about:

A new software update is now available in Germany for the 5.3″  GALAXY Note GT-N7000 that changes its user interface making it look like the one on the GALAXY S III and it also brings a new Gallery app. The new firmware build is N7000XXLRQ. Screenshots included

Motorola announced three new phones: the RAZR HD, RAZR Maxx HD and Droid M. Here are some of our impressions:

In an event that was streamed live on Motorola’s Youtube channel earlier, Motorola Mobility introduced three new Android smartphones: RAZR MAXX HD, RAZR HD and RAZR M (in the same order from left to right in the image above). Watch the videos

Amazon unveiled new 7 and 8,9 inch Kindle Fire tablets. In our words:

Amazon is going big in 2012, after last year launch where they announced a first 7 inch Android tablet, this year the giant retailer launched not 1 but 2 such Android tablets. Just minutes ago in an event held in Santa Monica (photo above by Amazon), the CEO Jeff Bezos announced a pair of new Kindle Fire HD tablets. A 8.9″ tablet that’s only 8.8mm thin, sporting a FullHD (1920×1200 resolution, 254 ppi)  display, TI OMAP 4470 processor, Imagination PowerVR 3D  GPU, stereo speakers,  on single front-facing HD camera, and it is the first tablet with MIMO (a dual-band receiver 2.4GHz , 5GHz) technology, which according to Amazon makes their 8.9 inch tablet WiFi at least 40% faster than the latest Apple iPad. Read more