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[News] Confirmation - Android Gingerbread version is 2.3

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26th October 2010, 10:32 PM   |  #1  
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hello everyone,

without further taking, as they say a picture speaks a 1000 word



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26th October 2010, 10:41 PM   |  #2  
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Strange that no one linked this earlier, been posten ouround at different blogs the last few hours.

Anyway great to get it here as well, and maybe somone can dig up something more.

I find it good that Nexus one is running it, then I might be able to get a port for my HTC deisre
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Great finding, thanks!
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and this quy arrived a few days ago as well
*edit*Outside google HQ
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All the screenshots so far have the notification bar cropped out, Google must be cooking up something so big with the notification bar that even the leakers can't bare to reveal yet.
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One bad thing though, if the rumours is right then Google will release a new phone around Christmas. I guess this will be with more powerful hardware which will be able to run honeycomb or something.

So then requirments might increase siginficantly to 3.0, which means i need a new phone soon:P
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Well our Nexus's are ready now for Ginger & co.
29th October 2010, 05:18 PM   |  #8  
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Originally Posted by Sandvold

One bad thing though, if the rumours is right then Google will release a new phone around Christmas. I guess this will be with more powerful hardware which will be able to run honeycomb or something.

So then requirments might increase siginficantly to 3.0, which means i need a new phone soon:P

It's not a rumor, Nexus Two (or whatever they call it) it's going to be announced probably
in November 8th. Manufactured by Samsung. It's the same phone as the Galaxy S
but a little thinner and with a curved back.

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Eric Schmidt: "Initially, Google felt that they needed to build a device to help Android along so they worked with HTC to create the Nexus One handset. Schmidt says: “The idea a year and a half ago was to do the Nexus One to try to move the phone platform hardware business forward. It clearly did. It was so successful, we didn't have to do a second one. We would view that as positive but people criticised us heavily for that. I called up the board and said: 'Ok, it worked. Congratulations - we're stopping'. We like that flexibility, we think that flexibility is characteristic of nimbleness at our scale."

telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/7864223/Googles-Eric-Schmidt-You-can-trust-us-with-your-data.html
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Eric Schmidt: "Initially, Google felt that they needed to build a device to help Android along so they worked with HTC to create the Nexus One handset. Schmidt says: “The idea a year and a half ago was to do the Nexus One to try to move the phone platform hardware business forward. It clearly did. It was so successful, we didn't have to do a second one. We would view that as positive but people criticised us heavily for that. I called up the board and said: 'Ok, it worked. Congratulations - we're stopping'. We like that flexibility, we think that flexibility is characteristic of nimbleness at our scale."

telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/7864223/Googles-Eric-Schmidt-You-can-trust-us-with-your-data.html


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