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Articles tagged with: android phone

Motorola Droid 3, Google’s Best Ever?

‘Droid’ is actually codename for reliability, raison d’être being uncomplicated, the palpable track record of Droid manufacturers and the Motorola Droid 3 is no exemption.

Arriving to the market recently, it has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars from Verizon subscribers via feedback on their site. Priced pretty reasonably at Amazon, it starts at only $70 along with a free $15 Amazon credit!

LG Optimus 3D Takes The U.K. By Storm

The LG Optimus has just taken the United Kingdom by storm, leaving many excited to own this slender piece of technology. The world’s first 3D smartphone will be available for £454.80 for the unlocked/SIM-free model.

Featuring a 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen, and a robust dual-core Texas Instruments processor, the phone boasts of speeds equivalent to 1GHz. The 3D video capture is made possible through two 5MP cameras.

Dual-Display Android Smartphone W/ 128GB Storage

If you consider yourself an expert in multi-tasking, you’re going to want to take a look at this. Imerj has just demonstrates a unique foldable smartphone that opens up to reveal two 4″ WVGA Super AMOLED displays, bound together like a small pocket dictionary (just a bit more fun, though!)

The device is run by a Texas Instruments processor, equipped with a full gigabyte of DDR3 (Double Data Rate 3) memory and offers up between 32GB and a whopping 128GB of internal storage.

Plants Vs Zombies Arrives On Windows Phone 7

Plants vs Zombies is an awesome game that was first introduced to Android as a tower-defense type game. Instead of your standard tower defense game however, the player strategically places sunflowers on a lawn which generate sun energy to be used to “purchase” weapons (A.K.A peashooters).

The peashooters shoot peas (go figure) at the slowly approaching zombies until they fall over and perish. It’s a great children’s game, but I know a few adults who are into it too.

Army Sniper For Android, Check It Out!

As a gamer, I find it quite hard to find shooter games on the Android platform. I think it’s because shooting games are touted to be ideal for 3D graphics and therefore most people enjoy first-person shooters on consoles such as the Xbox360 or the PlayStation 3.

But why does all shooting have to be three-dimensional with top-of-the-line graphics? Can’t I enjoy some 2D sniping once in a while? With Army Sniper, a new Android game, I can. Army Sniper’s main objective are to simply snipe terrorists. To move the sniper scope to your target, the user must tilt the Android tablet or Android phone and press a button to shoot.

AT&T Introduces The Pantech Crossover

AT&T has just announced the Pantech Crossover. The smartphone carries entry level specs but includes the Android operating system and is geared towards budget users looking to get maximum value for their dollar. The phone carries a modest 3.1″ display and is powered by a 600MHz processor.

The built-in camera doesn’t take the sharpest photos, but with three megapixels, it’s enough to capture the moment.