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Google and Samsung have now solved a problem with sudden signal drops on the Galaxy Nexus. A minor update to Android 4.0.4, IMM76I, solves the issue and gives the phone consistent performance once again. Some owners have pointed to another fix on the lock screen when automatic brightness is on as well.

The update will be rolled out gradually over the air for those with a HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus. Verizon owners are still on 4.0.2 will have to wait for the update, though you may not need it. We aren’t sure if Sprint owners have the problem at all.

This is great news for those who have been suffering with signal loss though. You want your phone to work properly after all. That’s not too ... Read more »

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 360 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2012-04-23 | Comments (0)

HTC has announced a brand new Android smartphone for Japan: the HTC One J. Well, not brand new. This isn’t a new device. It’s just a redesigned HTC One S with Wimax connectivity made for KDDI au. The One J has the same features as the One S.

You get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.3 inch qHD display, Beats Audio technology, Bluetooth 4.0, an 8MP rear camera, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory.

The device will come in three color versions: all black, black with red, and all white. Those who want it in Japan can get it in one of those colors when it is released by KDDI in late May.

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Category: Future Mobile | Views: 283 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2012-04-23 | Comments (0)

The United States Patent and Trademark Office recently published details on an interesting Microsoft patent. The patent relates to a two-sided smart device display system for phones and tablets. It features an integrated second low-power, possibly E Ink, display on the back that would show certain types of information.

The secondary display could come in very handy for getting things like a clock off of the main display to free up space. It could display other information that might otherwise not be shown. The second display would use its own low-powered processor, which would reduce the power load from the pri ... Read more »

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 314 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2012-04-23 | Comments (0)