Android OS Is The New Begining..

by Shubham on December 2, 2009

About a year ago Android OS was released with a bursting potential. With the new Android OS 2.0 it is making it’s mark, it is almost human. Fast and efficient with a variety of options to let you groove.

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It is becoming a smart-phone user choice, it is growing too fast. With the hands of Google this OS steals the show. Android OS lays down the platform for next year that’s widely more compelling and just so human.

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The new Motorola Droid has Android 2.0 OS and its looking good.

The Android OS is glossy not Apple (where whole world is just so shiny or reflective). The classic Google is now gone its packed with high resolution graphics( tons of pixel). After having a look you would question yourself “Google designed this?”.

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With icons and menu bar being sleek and shiny which just so smooth. The OS is much worked and polished. The OS loves multi-tasking, it is much fast and smooth.

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It is packed with Google Apps so you can use maps, gmail and many more services of Google straight from your phone. You can also connect with socail networking sites like Facebook, it works pretty well. The Browser is full packed, but no multi-touch integration in the browser.

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Well what Android OS really lack is the music and the video player.It is sluggish at random intervals.But the overall things and the too fast growing support makes it the best smartphone OS in the market. In 2010 there will be a lot more phones which will be packed with Android OS. Sony Ericsson and HTC will be soon in the market with Android OS.

Comment on what do you think about Android OS, share your views.

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    avatar aditya_14 December 2, 2009 at 11:51 pm

    wow….!..The new OS is great and good…I currently own G1 and it works good…

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    avatar tberthel December 3, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Android is still the only platform that Java Developers can easily access. It cost $25 dollars to enter. While others now have low entry fees like Palm and Samsung they still don't have it available for Java development (J2ME/Android/J2SE)

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    avatar hisham2007 December 3, 2009 at 12:57 am

    android is the os of the future. I am as Java developer, interested in android and started to learn it.With easy development and full documentation, you can make any application and transform your ideas into real applications

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    avatar Jason December 3, 2009 at 1:39 am

    Love the Android OS. I have used 1.0 1.5 1.6 and Cyanogens modded ROMs. Each one was better than the last! Looking forward to Eclair in a G1 ROM

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    avatar phone hero December 3, 2009 at 6:43 am

    using the hero.. i like it… just needs refined… can't wait for hero to get the 2.0 update

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    avatar Val Moyer January 9, 2010 at 7:57 am

    Hi, I recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy i5700 and I have to say that I am loving Google Andriod it is by far the greatest mobile os I have played with. The endless supply of apps makes every day with my phone an new experience.Sorry for my wall of text I just wanted to share my experience with android os. Have a great day and thanks for a flawless blog.

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    avatar Pubudu Kodikara February 5, 2010 at 9:49 am

    Bro…. when will it be available for nokia phones?

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    avatar Shubham February 6, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    I guess it won’t be available in the Nokia phones… 🙁
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