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Sunday, April 15, 2012

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Posted: 10 Mar 2012 09:55 AM PST
We’ve had another week of excellent tech news, now here’s your wrap-up! There were a few rumors circulating this week that ASUS would be the manufacturer of the first Nexus tablet. We had even thought it could be called the “Google Play”, but it turned out that Google Play was the rebranded name of the Android Market. After the Google Play Store was rolled out to devices everywhere, it was breaking the Market for many Motorola devices. Fortunately, they’ve already pushed an update to v3.4.7 and it managed to fix the problem. And if you all have recently wondered where your Android Market went, it was replaced entirely, so you’ll need to find it in your app drawer under Google Play Store.


The HTC Vivid should expect an update to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Beats Audio in the coming weeks. This isn’t a rumor either – it was leaked from an official AT&T document. We had expected the Samsung Galaxy S II to receive its update to ICS today, but just yesterday it turned out to be an error. Instead, Samsung informed the public that they will let us know when its available.
We all know the new iPad was unveiled this week, but what does this mean for future Android tablets? Let us know your thoughts here, but we’ve decided the only iPad feature we’re jealous of is contract-free mobile data. This should be included on all tablets, and Android tablets shouldn’t be treated any differently.
We had a few reviews this week as well. First up we put the Samsung Rugby Smart to the test. The device is waterproof, and can last up to 1 meter submerged for 30 minutes. Also note, it’s shockproof, dustproof, and the casing is meant to take a beating. Later on, we gave the Spigen GLAS.t screen protector for the Galaxy Note a review as well. Unlike other cases, it literally adds a second layer of glass to your device.
And closing up, be sure to check Verizon’s list of devices that are slated to receive ICS. It’s not as populated as we had hoped, but it’s always possible they could add to it!

Posted: 10 Mar 2012 12:09 AM PST
Before you get too excited, no this isn’t Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Rather, it’s just a bunch of bug-fixes and should improve the performance of the WiFi. The Sony Xperia S hasn’t hit too many markets yet, yet users had already experienced issues establishing a solid WiFi connection.


In order to update to software version 6.0.A.3.67, you’ll need to use the Sony PC Companion tool instead of waiting for a rollout OTA. And for Mac users, this creates another obstacle (unless you have a Windows partition); you will need to find a Windows PC, because PC Companion isn’t available for OS X. Once installed, its a quick one click process.
We played around with the Xperia S way back at CES, and had hoped its first update after launch would have been to ICS rather than a few bug fixes, but we’ll just have to wait for that. Though the amount of current Xperia S owners is few, let us know if the update fixed any problems you were having; if not, it’s safe to assume we will be seeing another update down the road. And for those of you think about purchasing an Xperia S – check out an official review over at our sister-site SlashGear!
[via AndroidOS.in]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 11:23 PM PST
Though not a large update, Google went ahead and refreshed the UI for the Navigation menu within their Google Maps application. The ICS menu button has been taken out completely, and replaced with a much larger (easier to press) menu layout right above the ICS soft keys. After using it, you’ll notice it feels much like the previous versions of Google Maps before Android 4.0.


When using the Galaxy Nexus on the road, despite the massive 4.65″ display – it was still hard to maneuver through the previous menu list and tap the intended buttons. This change obviously occured for safety concerns, and the larger buttons really do help when driving. Personally, I always place my smartphone in a dock once sitting in my car, so reading the tiny print is hard enough.
Hopefully we see more grid-type layouts throughout Google applications; they are easier to press than the lists.You can update to the latest version here, and considering its small size it should only take a second – literally if downloading over 4G LTE. Small changes such as this are why I love Android; the OS conforms to its users rather than its users conforming to the OS.
[via Phandroid]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 09:43 PM PST
The HTC myTouch 4G Slide was at the top of its class upon its initial release, and now early adopters can take advantage of an early Alpha Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) port thanks to XDA Developer tbalden. Named ‘Futureal’, this ROM ports the earlier leaked HTC One X firmware to the myTouch 4G Slide. It’s all done through ClockworkMod recovery, thus requiring root access to your device.


Like any other ROM loaded through ClockworkMod, all you need to do is download the file, move it to the root of your phone’s microSD card, perform a full wipe, and then install the zip from the SD card. A more elaborate tutorial of installation is available over on XDA Developers – as are warnings and tips from tbalden. He stated that it works as his ‘daily driver’, but there are obvious bugs associated with the ROM.


There will be updates, but they won’t be quick. And do note, the camcorder doesn’t function, video playback skips, and you cannot currently replace the dock icons. There are many more issues with applications not properly sized on the screen, thus anyone expecting a completely smooth ROM with little patience should probably wait for a later release. For many of the bugs, he has posted a few workarounds, so be sure to check them out prior to use if you take it for a test-drive.
[via AndroidAuthority]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 07:48 PM PST
Wrapping up the last day of the work week, here are today’s top stories. The world had thought the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S II would receive Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) tomorrow, March 10th. It turns out that their statement was faulty, and that they will let customers know when they plan on rolling out the update. So as of now, owners of the original GSII are going to have to wait.


Next up, Google and Coca-Cola have joined forces to buy the entire world a Coke. Here’s the way it works: By clicking on an AdMob served browser (or application ads) users will be able to send a free Coke to random specially made vending machines. To top it off, they’ve allowed those that take part to send a “Here’s your Coke!” message to the vending machine.
The Sony Tablet P was rooted just 5 days after its official AT&T release. It’s the most unique tablet to hit the market, and sports two individual displays that fold into a clamshell for easy storage. It turns out that AT&T is also bundling the device with the Sony XPERIA Play for $299. Sure, the Play is only priced at $0.99 on a two year contract, but when purchased separately the Tablet P runs for $100 extra at $399.
And lastly, we’ve got a nice review of Spigen’s GLAS.t screen protector for the Galaxy Note. It literally adds an extra layer of glass to the screen, and application is precise without leaving a single air bubble. The protector is of the finest quality we’ve come to see, and for a decent price of $24.99 too. There are also a few cases demoed after the GLAS.t application, so be sure to check them out.

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 05:30 PM PST
For anyone who’s rooted their Android phone or tablet, the SuperUser app is a familiar and friendly face. If you don’t know what it is, it’s that “Droid and crossbones” menu that pops up to allow you to confirm or deny root permissions. After several years as the de facto standard, one XDA member named Chainfire aims to dethrone it with a much-improved application, SuperSU. (Yes, that stands for “Super SuperUser”.)  The free and paid app adds a bevvy of new features for advanced users, and it’s available on the Google Play Store right now.

So what’s so great about the new application? A lot, actually. In addition to the standard allow/deny functions of SuperUser, Super SU keeps an extensive log of all root permissions as they’re accessed. This is a great way for developers to see how their apps are doing, or for the more security-conscious to keep an eye on things. You can also remove root functions temporarily to watch a Google Video movie and restrict permissions on a per-app basis.
The Pro version ($2.49 USD) adds some useful features like an upgrade-proof root function, which should allow most phones to be easily re-rooted after an over-the-air update. There’s also a PIN security mode. But most of all, you should spring for the update to show your appreciation – all this stuff doesn’t come out of nowhere. SuperSU is in its 1.0 release at the moment, so expect a few bugs, but it’s already looking very promising.
[via XDA]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 04:59 PM PST
The grudge match between Nvidia and Qualcomm was escalated at Mobile World Congress, where almost every single new Android device was running either a Tegra 3 or Snapdragon S4 processor. Now news out of the supply chain indicates that Qualcomm’s manufacturing partner for its 28nm chips has run into unexpected delays. If true, that could mean that large numbers of the Snapdragon S4 – the processor heart of phone like the HTC One S, The Panasonic ELUGA, and the LTE versions of the HTC One X, Asus Transformer Pad Infitinty 700 and Transformer Pad 300.

Manufacturing systems-on-a-chip is no easy processes, and anything from a shortage of rare earth materials to breakdown in equipment could be affecting production. At this point we don’t know what the issue is, or indeed, if there is one – there’s no word from Qualcomm or any of the manufacturers that would be affected. The good news is that a design flaw probably isn’t to blame, considering how long the S4 series of chips has been in development.
A delay of a few weeks could push major phones like the HTC One S back from their current April dates. Even more worrying is the idea that Qualcomm’s quad-core Krait platform, now in the late stages of development, could be pushed back further than its current target of late 2012.  Of course, none of this is confirmed and everything may be hunky dory – plus, there plenty of other things that can delay major device releases the old fashioned way.
[via TMo News]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 03:48 PM PST
Well that didn’t take long. Just five days after Sony’s unique Tablet P landed on American shores for the first time courtesy of AT&T, someone’s given it the Android Rite of Passage and rooted it. In a bit of a departure from the norm, it’s not coming from XDA or RootzWiki, but from a little site called Pocketables and a couple of users named “condi” and “BluechipJ’. It’s pretty simple as far as Android root processes go: connect via ADB, run a little custom code and you’re good to go.

The Tablet P is unique, a rare commodity in the tablet world these days. Its folding body contains two 1024×480 LCD screens that combine to make a roughly 11-inch viewing surface. Inside, the Tablet P is rather typical, with a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM and Android 3.2 Honeycomb, which Sony plans to update to Ice Cream Sandwich at some point. For the AT&T version the Tablet P adds an HSPA+ wireless connection.
While it’s always a good sign to see more hardware rooted and explored, it will be particularly interesting to see what modders can accomplish with the Tablet P’s dual-screen design. I’m hoping to see the somewhat obvious (though perhaps sacrilegious) addition of a Nintendo DS emulator, or perhaps a modification of the PlayStation app that allows dual, head-to-head splitscreen play. (I’m not a developer. This stuff may be impossible.) Get cracking, modders: today, CyanogenMod, tomorrow, the world!

Device Specifications and Information
Device Info
    Device Name : Tablet P
    Manufactuer : Sony
    Carrier : NA
    Announced Date : April 26, 2011
    Release Date : TBA
    Also Known As : Sony Tablet S2
Display
  • Screen Size : 5.5 Inch
  • Resolution : 1024x480
  • Screen Type : TFT
Dimension & Weight
  • Height : NA
  • Width : NA
  • Depth : NA
  • Weight : NA
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Polymer
  • Battery Capacity : 3080 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : NA
Software
    Android OS:
  • 3.1.x
    Audio Playback:
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • MP3
    Video Playback:
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
Hardware
    CPU : Tegra 2
    CPU Clock Speed : Mhz
    Core : 2
    Ram : NA
    Internal Storage : NA
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution : 0.3 MP
    Camera Features:
  • 720p Video Recording
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Location Features:
  • GPS
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :
    NFC :

[via Engadget]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 02:43 PM PST
Angry Birds is nothing short of a sensation, and Samsung isn’t above exploiting that fact to make their Galaxy Note superphone look that much better. On that note (ba-dum bum) they’ve announced a partnership with Rovio to bring 30 extra levels of Angry Birds Space to Galaxy Note owners when it launches on March 22nd. You hear that, Angry Birds fanatics? All you have to do to play 30 extra levels in a free game is to buy a $650 smartphone. Just hand over your money now.

The “Danger Zone” levels are normally an in-game purchase, though since Angry Birds has always been free on Android, it’s not clear exactly how (or if ) non-Galaxy Note Android players will be able to access them. Samsung also mentions the Lazer Bird [sic], which “ reflects the personality of Samsung GALAXY Note. The bird's lazer vision resembles the best viewing experience on the crisp and expansive screen and its lazer strike super power the high performance.” So apparently a bird that can fly through space and shoot lasers out of its eyes has a lot in common with a 5.3-inch smartphone. Somehow.


This isn’t the first time that Samsung and Rovio have partnered for some joint promotion. Back in December, the  Angry Birds used a Note to send some seasonal destruction towards the pigs. On a related note, the announcement was made at SXSW in Austin, Texas, so that rumor about a Galaxy Tab 11.6 reveal was optimistic to say the least.

Device Specifications and Information
Device Info
    Device Name : GALAXY Note LTE
    Manufactuer : Samsung
    Carrier : AT&T
    Announced Date : January 09, 2012
    Release Date : February 19, 2012
    Also Known As :
Display
  • Screen Size : 5.3 Inch
  • Resolution : 1280x800
  • Screen Type : Super AMOLED
Dimension & Weight
  • Height : 5.78 Inch
  • Width : 3.27 Inch
  • Depth : 0.38 Inch
  • Weight : 183 Grams
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity : 2500 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : 250 hours
Software
    Android OS:
  • 2.3.x
    Audio Playback:
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • AMR
  • MID
  • MP3
  • WAV
  • WMA
    Video Playback:
  • h.263
  • h.264 / AVC
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
    Messaging:
  • SMS
  • MMS
Hardware
    CPU : MSM8660
    CPU Clock Speed : 1500 Mhz
    Core : 2
    Ram : 1024 MB
    Internal Storage : 16 GB
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution : 8 MP
    External Storage:
  • MicroSD
  • MicroSDHC
    Camera Features:
  • Auto focus
  • Flash
  • 1080p Video Recording
    Sensors:
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light
  • Proximity
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Bluetooth:
  • Bluetooth 3.0
    Location Features:
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Cellular location
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :
    NFC :


Posted: 09 Mar 2012 02:03 PM PST
After talking about the DROID Bionic almost daily for what seemed like months its time has sort of faded away. Other than a few updates and bug fixes it hasn’t been in the news much but this deal from Costco is worth the shout out. If you don’t need the biggest or best smartphone out and want a top notch 4G LTE smartphone this deal is one to see.


Costco is offering the Motorola DROID Bionic along with the official car dock, and an extra battery (with charger) all for only $59 and a new contract. Yup you get all three items for one low price — making this one of the better deals we’ve seen in a while. For those eligible for an upgrade and not a new customer it will still only cost you $89 to get in on this awesome deal.
We reviewed the Bionic back in September when it was first released (link below) and was extremely impressive and has a dual-core processor and Verizon 4G LTE. Since then phones like the RAZR have been released that are thinner, get better battery life, and have higher resolution screens like the HTC Rezound. For those that want an awesome phone but don’t want to spend $199 or more head down to Costco and give this deal a go. It’s worth noting they have plenty of deals, just not everything comes with free accessories. The HTC Sensation is only $49. Enjoy!

Device Specifications and Information
Device Info
    Device Name : DROID Bionic
    Manufactuer : Motorola
    Carrier : Verizon
    Announced Date : August 24, 2011
    Release Date : September 08, 2011
    Also Known As : Targa
Display
  • Screen Size : 4.3 Inch
  • Resolution : 540x960
  • Screen Type : qHD
Dimension & Weight
  • Height : 5.00 Inch
  • Width : 2.60 Inch
  • Depth : 0.40 Inch
  • Weight : 159 Grams
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity : 1735 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : NA
Software
    Android OS:
  • 2.3.x
    Audio Playback:
  • MP3
    Video Playback:
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
    Messaging:
  • SMS
  • MMS
Hardware
    CPU :
    CPU Clock Speed : 1000 Mhz
    Core : 2
    Ram : 1024 MB
    Internal Storage : 16.384 GB
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution : 8 MP
    External Storage:
  • MicroSD
  • MicroSDHC
    Camera Features:
  • Auto focus
  • Flash
  • 1080p Video Recording
  • 720p Video Recording
    Sensors:
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light
  • Proximity
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
  • CDMA
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
    CDMA Band:
  • 800
  • 1900
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11a
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Bluetooth:
  • Bluetooth 2.0
    Location Features:
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Cellular location
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :
    NFC :

[via Droid-Life]

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 01:45 PM PST
Cases and screen protectors come by the handfuls for smartphone but today we some new and unique screen protectors and cases from the company Spigen. No longer do you need to rely on a cheap thin screen protector. With Spigen you cover that large and precious smartphone screen with the next best thing — another layer of hardened tempered glass. Below you’ll see our hands-on video, thoughts, and installation on the GLAS.t screen protector for the Galaxy Note.


Spigen offers accessories for many devices but today we are focusing on the Samsung Galaxy Note. Along with multiple ultra thin cases you’ll see in the video below is their Capsule Series that is a thicker, more sturdy case for added protection. Then we also have the most impressive of their selection in the GLAS.t screen protector. Many covers are cheap, plastic, or other materials that don’t stand the test of time. With the Spigen GLAS.t you actually add an additional layer of strengthened glass to the device for ultimate protection.

The sizes vary but as shown above they are so thin it’s hardly noticeable. for the Galaxy Note this 0.04mm thick hardened glass will go on with ease, and protect that precious 5.3″ screen from damages. If you do manage to get a scratch, it will be on the Spigen and not your actually screen. This is what we’d call a premium screen protector. Check out our hands-on details and installation video below to see just how nice, and simple the GLAS.t really is.

Spigen GLAS.t hands-on and installation



Next up we wanted to share a few of the awesome cases since they were nice enough to send a few other. They have tons of options, types, colors and more that will really cater to anyone’s needs. The Ultra Thin series are $24.99 and come in many different colors are include the usual screen protector (not a GLAS.t) and you can see those in the video.

Then they offer the Capsule series that are slightly thicker and more durable for those harder on their devices, or want that extra protection. The Capsule series is the same price of $24.99 and come in multiple colors. We got white but they also have red, blue, black, glossy black, yellow, and others.

The cases are well built and nicely designed. They fit neatly around all the ports and camera slots and even wrap over the screen enough to add protection should you drop it face first. If you’ve heard of TPU cases than you’ll know what to expect with these. This is a TPU case at its finest. Spigen also offers multiple leather cases as shown in the video below. The Wallet series has slots for credit cards and other things for the business minded individual and start at $44.99. Once I put the phone inside the Leather wallet series I had a hard time getting it out, a good sign that it wont fall out on accident so these are excellent cases.

Spigen Cases



Overall I was extremely impressed by both the quality, and the feel of all their cases although the fake leather wasn’t my favorite because it slightly makes the device too large. I like my phones as thin as possible and the Ultra Thin series was by far my favorite (and cheapest). If anything from Spigen interests you feel free to check out www.spigen.com to get your own. If you’d like that extra layer of glass protection for the Galaxy Note you can get the Spigen GLAS.t by clicking here.
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Device Specifications and Information
Device Info
    Device Name : GALAXY Note LTE
    Manufactuer : Samsung
    Carrier : AT&T
    Announced Date : January 09, 2012
    Release Date : February 19, 2012
    Also Known As :
Display
  • Screen Size : 5.3 Inch
  • Resolution : 1280x800
  • Screen Type : Super AMOLED
Dimension & Weight
  • Height : 5.78 Inch
  • Width : 3.27 Inch
  • Depth : 0.38 Inch
  • Weight : 183 Grams
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity : 2500 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : 250 hours
Software
    Android OS:
  • 2.3.x
    Audio Playback:
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • AMR
  • MID
  • MP3
  • WAV
  • WMA
    Video Playback:
  • h.263
  • h.264 / AVC
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
    Messaging:
  • SMS
  • MMS
Hardware
    CPU : MSM8660
    CPU Clock Speed : 1500 Mhz
    Core : 2
    Ram : 1024 MB
    Internal Storage : 16 GB
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution : 8 MP
    External Storage:
  • MicroSD
  • MicroSDHC
    Camera Features:
  • Auto focus
  • Flash
  • 1080p Video Recording
    Sensors:
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light
  • Proximity
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Bluetooth:
  • Bluetooth 3.0
    Location Features:
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Cellular location
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :
    NFC :


Posted: 09 Mar 2012 11:50 AM PST
HTC and their new One series of smartphones are going to make a big splash in the Android market over the next couple of months. With excellent hardware, impressive specs, Android 4.0 ICS and a brand new Sense UI they are looking good. We already know the One X quad-core phone is slated for an April release but now that it’s passed through the FCC it’s only a matter of time.


We waited for this phone after tons of leaks about the HTC Edge and Endeavor were leaked, HTC’s first quad-core phone. At Mobile World Congress it was officially announced and we quickly got some hands-on video with it (linked to below). There will also be an HTC One XL that hits AT&T with 4G LTE and a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor instead of the quad-core Tegra 3 — but the quad-core version is what has passed through the FCC.
For now the only announcement in the US for the HTC One X is the dual-core version over on AT&T. Hopefully now that it’s been certified by the FCC with the quad-core in tow we will learn more details on its fate. I’m hoping for a release by T-Mobile or over on Verizon. Will you be buying the HTC One X? You could always import the quad-core version and run it with AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands if you’d like.
All the details on the new One series, and the new available for pre-order docks and accessories are below. Enjoy!

Device Specifications and Information
Device Info
    Device Name : One X
    Manufactuer : HTC
    Carrier : NA
    Announced Date : February 26, 2012
    Release Date : TBA
    Also Known As :
Display
  • Screen Size : 4.7 Inch
  • Resolution : 720x1280
  • Screen Type : S-LCD
Dimension & Weight
  • Height : 5.29 Inch
  • Width : 2.75 Inch
  • Depth : 0.35 Inch
  • Weight : 130 Grams
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity : 1800 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : NA
Software
    Android OS:
  • 4.0.x
    Audio Playback:
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • AMR
  • MID
  • MP3
  • WAV
  • WMA
    Video Playback:
  • h.263
  • h.264 / AVC
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
Hardware
    CPU : Tegra 3
    CPU Clock Speed : 1500 Mhz
    Core : 4
    Ram : 1000 MB
    Internal Storage : 32 GB
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution : 8 MP
    Camera Features:
  • Auto focus
  • Flash
  • 1080p Video Recording
    Sensors:
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light
  • Proximity
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
    CDMA Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1900
  • 2100
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Bluetooth:
  • Bluetooth 3.0
    Location Features:
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Cellular location
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :
    NFC :

[via PocketNow]

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