Update: We tried keying in the BM equivalent terms like “senget” but didn’t get the same slanted results as the English terms
Try entering the following search words: “tilt”, “slanted” or “askew” or words along those lines using Google on your smart phone. Noticed anything odd?
The results page appear to be slanted to one side. What is Google up to?
BlackBerry users, sorry, you won’t be getting a tilted search results page on your device.
Alright people put a mark back in the month of May on your calendars because contrary to what was revealed earlier Samsung says that its dual-core Galaxy S II will be launched in April as originally planned. Though Samsung reminds that market availability will depend on local launch timelines. We’re hoping that this doesn’t change the Malaysia launch that is rumoured to be in May.
You’ll be happy to know that the 0.2Ghz bump in processor speed will be coming in April as well. The S II will run Tegra 2 in some countries and a Samsung developed Exynos dual-core Cortex A9 processor in others. Both processors will run at 1.2Ghz. Other specs however will remain unchanged.
It’s official, the Samsung Galaxy S will be getting Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Samsung Mobile Finland confirms that the roll-out of the upgrade will begin mid of April starting from Europe, so we can expect the update to be available for Galaxy S users in Malaysia sometime early May. This is of course assuming Samsung stays firm on the release date. Fingers crossed!
We’ve come a long way from the days of the big bulky analogue mobile phones of yesteryear. A very, very long way. Today’s latest smart phones have more processing power and imaging capabilities than computers had at that turn of the century.
Using cutting edge 3D Projection Mapping techniques on a small scale never seen before, this video sums up the progress of mobile phones from the days of the Motorola brick through to the first text message and colour screen to GPS and Android in a very interesting way.
The producers of the viral video, Vodafone, ends the video in the most fitting way, urging us to ask the question — what’s next?
If you’re counting the days for the Samsung Galaxy S II, you might need to add another month or two to your calendar. According to multiple sources including Samsung Mobile India, the Galaxy S II will be delayed worldwide.
However that’s not the only surprise. It was also revealed that delay might be due to upgrading of processor from 1.0GHz to 1.2GHz. So far only Samsung Estonia has confirmed such speed bump on their Facebook page. We’re not sure if this will be a sole variant or Samsung might be releasing a separate model with different processors for different markets. Is this delay worth the wait? Hopefully it does.
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The Sony Ericsson Xperia arc is without a doubt one of the most stylish Android phones to hit the market. At just 8.7mm thin, the arc is also most probably the thinnest smart phones out there. When we first saw the device early this year, the arc really made an impression on us. Packed with technology like Sony’s Bravia Mobile Engine display enhancement software and Sony’s Exmor R for mobile imaging sensor, there is a lot to look forward to in the Xperia arc but at the back of our minds, the memories of so many other promising Xperias that have disappointed us is ever present.
Could the arc change all this? or is this latest Android flagship from Sony Ericsson just a fashion victim that sacrifices substance for looks and looks alone?
Head on over to after the jump to find out. This is our first impressions of the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc.
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