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Google Android 2.3

Google Android 2.3
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Sep, 2014

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The Google Android 2.3 Smartphone Guide - HardwareZone.com

 

With more Google Android 2.3 devices rolling out in the following weeks, should you embrace these new Android 2.3 phones, or hope for a Gingerbread update on your current device? We gathered our resources to prep you with all you need to know about...

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Google Android 2.2

 

In Part 5 of my look at the Google I/O 2010 Conference, I take a look at Android 2.2 "Froyo" and what this update means to the iPhone, Windows Phone 7, and other mobile industry competitors.

There are other companies to consider--RIM in the US, Nokia worldwide, though I feel that Nokia arguably doesn't even make smart phones by any modern definition--but ultimately I think the smart phone market of the future will come down to four...

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Google Android 2.3 review

 

The most intriguing feature of Google Android 2.3 is its support for NFC (near-field communication) chips. And the first phone to ship with Gingerbread, the Samsung-built Nexus S, contains that invisible NFC chip. In essence, NFC chips can turn your...

Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread isn't as big an update as Froyo was, but you'll find some useful new features and nifty enhancements.

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Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread review

 

The most intriguing feature of Android 2.3 is its support for NFC (near-field communication) chips. And the first phone to ship with Gingerbread, the Samsung-built Nexus S, contains that invisible NFC chip. Essentially, NFC chips can turn your phone...

Android 2.3 (more deliciously and seasonally appropriately known as "Gingerbread") isn't a huge overhaul of Google's mobile operating system, but the whole interface feels more refined and more responsive. In addition, Google has built some notable new...

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