Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Latest and Innovative Android Phone not to have Buttons

As per news moving around the Web that the revealed images of the forthcoming Nexus 3 Smartphone that surfaced across the Web have exposed that unlike its older siblings, the phone will not have physical buttons. The Nexus 3 will be power-driven by the latest and innovative Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android Honeycomb operating system, which was designed first and foremost for Tablet PCs.

Nonetheless, according to experts, the insertion of the Honeycomb will develop the touchscreen capabilities of the phone to a vast coverage. Almost certainly that’s why the company determined to keep out the physical buttons as everything a user would require, can exclusively be offered by this high-end  touchscreen.

T-Mobile G2 with Google Android Phone (T-Mobile)                                                                     HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone (AT&T) 

The revealed images also gave away details about a number of other important features. The front facing, high-resolution camera emerges to be positioned on the top-left corner of the phone. There are also some sorts of reports of the phone going from side to side wide-ranging and testing on mutually HSPA+ and CDMA networks.

Prior to the leak there had been assumption that LG was producing the Nexus 3, but there at the present appears to be elevated likelihood that HTC will be developing the latest and innovative new phone.

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