29 October 2011

Galaxy Nexus samsung Android combination with google

a very special blend google android phone with a leading manufacturer Samsung. GALAXY Samsung Nexus is the first phone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich - the version that was intended to end the fragmentation. As for Android 4.0, it has a new interface, improved multitasking and clipboard. This handset uses the concept of the front buttons and a thin bezel to fit the 4.65 "HD Super AMOLED screen on a mobile phone handset with a screen size smaller. It is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor TI OMAP 4460, and is capable of shooting HD video 1080p. the new OS includes Beam technology, providing the exchange of contact with the help of NFC module, a new method called Activate to open up (that's enough to smile at the camera to unlock your smartphone). Galaxy Nexus samsung Android combination with google.


Let’s start by allaying your biggest concern: in spite of having a 4.65-inch screen, the Galaxy Nexus doesn’t feel too big to be a smartphone. A good chunk of its screen size expansion actually treads into the area vacated by the row of capacitive keys that were previously standard issue on Android handsets, the result of which is that it isn’t that much larger than the original, 4.3-inch, Galaxy S II. It’d probably be right to characterize the Galaxy Nexus as the natural outcome of splicing the Nexus S with the GSII. It has the same concave screen curve as the previous Android flagship smartphone, while its rear is very much inspired by the Galaxy S II, including the feather-light plastic back cover and gentle protrusion in the lower half.

Google’s bag of new tricks in Ice Cream Sandwich is seemingly bottomless. Unlocking the phone is done through automatic face recognition via the front-facing camera. You just have to face the Galaxy Nexus, hold still for a moment, and the phone unlocks itself right into the homescreen. Once there, you’ll find three software menu keys — Back, Home, and Recent Apps, a trifecta that should be familiar to Honeycomb users — adorning the bottom of the large display and replacing the formerly necessary physical or capacitive touch buttons. The Recent Apps link brings up a visual multitasking overview, which is very similar to the design in Honeycomb and shows a vertically scrollable list of the latest applications you’ve opened. They’re all represented by a screen grab of the last activity you had in each app and can be dismissed by being swiped out of the way. Importantly, that action doesn’t shut down the app, just removes it from the list, turning the Recent Apps into a sort of launcher rather an than actual task manager. The reason for this decision, Google tells us, is that the company believes it knows how to manage apps’ resource usage and doesn’t want you to ever worry about “killing” them. Brave words.

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Samsung Nexus Review said...

Being the first phone that runs with a Android Ice Cream Sandwich it had become one of the most awaited mobile phone these days.

Camar said...

Wow a big shot, I need to have that big nexus to try ice cream from google.

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