Posts Tagged ‘Tour’
In-depth Hardware battle between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X. Lets take a look at the features, buttons, pros, cons, design, specs & more! Subscribe to PlayInfinite at: www.youtube.com Make sure to check out our channel: www.youtube.com Follow PlayInfinite @ajune24 on Twitter: twitter.com Check us out on Google+: plus.google.com Our new channel focused on Gaming: www.youtube.com
During my CES show floor travels, I swung by Motorola’s booth and see the Droid Razr Max. Why? Because battery technology hasn’t changed much and Moto claims a 21 hour runtime for it’s latest Android smartphone. But it’s still only 8.99 millimeters in thickness!
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Nokia Lumia 920 vs Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD Motorola, full specs comparison Quick Full Specification Comparison of Nokia Lumia 920 vs Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD
We take a look at the AT&T LG Nitro HD and see how the 4G LTE stacks up against the competition. With a 720p screen and super fast speeds, this is quite a nice device but let us know what you think.
We take a look at the software on the LG Nitro HD for AT&T. LG has done some light customization to the Android 2.3.5 software and it includes gestures.
MobileBurn.com – The Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX for Verizon Wireless is a LTE 4G Android smartphone that sports a massive 3300mAh battery. It also features a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, a 4.3-inch qHD resolution Super AMOLED Advanced touchscreen, and a 1080p HD capable 8 megapixel camera. It does everything the original DROID RAZR does, just for a much longer time. More info: www.mobileburn.com
Kindle Fire OS Tour To the average consumer, the Kindle Fire won’t be about specs. Of course, they certainly help when running apps or movies or books. Rather, much of the experience will be spent browsing through the software, getting around to different areas on the device. Amazon has gone to great lengths redesigning and re-skinning Google’s Android OS to make for a more intuitive and user friendly experience. Amazon’s goal is, after all, to encourage consumers to consume media through their enormous ecosystem. Does their redesign succeed? As a device that will attract people unfamiliar with tablets, the UI is easy and simple, though it’s not perfect. In the absence of widgets or spaces, Amazon’s “forked” Android offers a virtual bookshelf that acts as the home screen. The top menu bar — time, battery, Wi-Fi — displays a convenient, although sometimes hard to press, cog icon that reveals settings like Volume, Brightness and Wi-Fi, and just beneath that there is a search bar that will let users search through their media library or the web. Curiously, the Fire doesn’t have a volume rocker anywhere, so users will be accessing the settings menu quite a bit through the icon at the top. Also at the top is a media bar where users can navigate between Newsstand, Books, Music, Video, etc., along with a Web option that makes accessing Amazon’s Silk web browser simple. Below that, and displayed most prominently, are the most recently used apps where users can swipe through …
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Sony Tablet S Unboxing & Product Tour… this is the 16GB WiFi only version, there is a 32GB WiFi version & 16GB WiFi + 3G version also available. Check back on the channel later for first turn on & setup video. Useful Links Manufactured by: www.sony.co.uk Sponsored by: www.diabloskinz.com My 2nd Channel www.youtube.com Website www.geekanoids.co.uk Twitter www.twitter.com Facebook www.facebook.com
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro are two small Android 1.6 powered smartphones that feature 2.5-inch QVGA resolution touchscreen displays. The pro version adds a full QWERTY keyboard to the package. We check them both out in this unboxing and feature touch video. More info: www.mobileburn.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5