[Video] IPhone 3G Gets Android 2.3 Gingerbread ((HOT))
New feature: video chat in Google TalkPreviously only available to tablet users on Android 3.0, Google Talk with video and voice chat is now available on Android phones running 2.3.4 that have front-facing cameras, starting with Nexus S. For more information please see our blog post: -chat-on-your-android-phone.html
[Video] iPhone 3G gets Android 2.3 Gingerbread
As any gourmet will tell you, you can't make gingerbread without an egg or two. Google's Gingerbread (Android OS 2.3) is no exception. In this video, we learn how to access a secret Gingerbread Easter egg by furiously tapping on the version number on your phone's About page.
:(Out of Stock) Product Code: HUAWEI-FUSION-U8652-RB Qty: Description HUAWEI FUSION 3G WI-FI 3.2-MEGAPIXEL VIDEO MOBILE-HOTSPOT ANDROID TOUCHSCREEN AT&T GSM UNLOCKED WHOLESALE CELL PHONES - FACTORY REFURBISHEDAT&T Fusion brings flexibility and functionality to your fingertips. Featuring Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), Fusion lets you stay connected while on the go. The bright, 3.5" capacitive touch screen allows you to view pictures and videos from your 3.2M camera and video recorder. Fusion is packed with plenty of tools to help keep you organized and offers the flexibility to customize your home screens with downloaded apps and widgets from the Android Market. You can take customization one step further by using Fusion to download your favorite music, apps, games, and books.Running the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system, you'll be able to download apps, games, books, and movies from Android Market when you have a little free time, and do it all while listening to your favorite songs on the Fusion's built-in music player.Other features include Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g), Bluetooth for hands-free devices and stereo music streaming, included 2 GB microSD card (with expansion to 32 GB via optional cards), access to personal and corporate e-mail, GPS for navigation using Google Maps or optional AT&T Navigator, and up to 6.6 hours of talk time.Features include:3G connectivity
600 MHz processor
3.2MP Camera with Video Recorder
3.5-inch HVGA full touchscreen
Virtual Qwerty Keyboard
2 GB memory microSD card
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Personal and Corporate e-mail
Overall we are very impressed with the phone. We came from a voice only, no data plan that we have had for years to this so it was a big change. I've dealt with plenty of iphones and Blackberries for work, but never felt the need to update to them. Either the plans were too expensive, or the gadgets too slow, or the keypad too small for my tastes. I was also looking for a solutions where we didn't have to carry a cell phone, a digital camera, and/or a small camcorder every time we went out just in case we wanted to record something. Having all of these in one phone is extremely convenient.
Network performance is very good. The phone registered 2.3 down and .7 up on a speed test but I don't think it was that fast while browsing the internet with the phone. The android OS has some issues with websites, like randomly not being able to watch videos if they are not youtube, or being able to enter information in a text field (the phone would freak out and kick you out of the text window). Wonder howto displays perfectly but entering text is another matter. But this was also the issue on any site with similar input properties, like Capital One.
Battery life is less than optimal. No matter how you look at it, you'll have to charge it every day. If you use its features extensively, like watching videos for hours, the phone gets a little hot on the back so be careful. There are 3rd party solutions that offer better batteries with longer life times, so if you're thinking of getting an Evo set some money aside for a battery upgrade. Having a car charger is also highly recommended. This might sound like a negative, but it's well worth it for all the features you're getting with this phone. Once 4G comes to Los Angeles that will drain the battery life even faster, so do consider a better battery.
Being new to the Android OS, apps are great. I won't bore the people who have been on iphones and apps for years now, but I really like them. So far we've gotten free apps only, since there are so many. Sprint also has this neat Sprint TV app that lets you watch at least four live channels. I used it for around two hours on the weekend while house cleaning and loved it. The audio and video does go out of sync though, but overall great in being able to watch something live. They do have a $10 25+ cable channel package that includes most major cable networks like comedy central, but that's probably best for long commuters.
I decide to rethink this issue after reading about the new s7 not being as water proof as claimed... long story short go back to the basic mechanics of the phone. I have replaced the screen a few times so I've been inside and know what's what. I have also seen videos on placing a piece of business card or foam over the microphone location. I tried all of this and nothing did the trick. I have ordered (and it's very inexpensive) the "charging port and mic flex cable dock" because I think this is where the problem really is. It's a fragile piece and if the phone is dropped or dust or even humidity gets in it - it could cause the issue with echo in the mic. It should arrive in a couple of days and I'll let you know if it works. The price on ebay for the S4 is $5- $7. Also, if it still does it then it is the speaker unit. Also about $5 lol 350c69d7ab