What is the latest thing in Android phones?
The Android OS has taken the place of Apple’s iOS as the most popular and widespread mobile operating system in the last year. There are a couple of reasons for this; one being that Apple’s iOS is strictly kept in-house. Only Apple is able to make products that use the iOS and this has meant that Apple can only release one handset every eighteen months, alongside their tablet device and iPod music player; whereas Android, on the other hand, is used by a great deal of the rest of the mobile manufacturing world.
The second, more obvious reason is that Android is available on so many more phones. So whatever the need or tastes of the consumer, there will be, more than likely, an Android-supported handset for them. Whether they want something small and classic like the HTC series of phones, or something cutting edge and state of the art like the new Samsung Galaxy SIII, there is a phone that will do exactly what they need from a mobile.
It’s not just phones though; there are a huge range of tablets that run on Android software, and therefore have access to the Android Marketplace, which offers the biggest and most extensive range of Apps available. The Galaxy Tab, or the Motorola Xoom 2 are some of the latest and most advanced tablets on the market, and both run the newly released Android OS named Ice Cream Sandwich. While it may be a strange name, its functionality is above and beyond what might be expected from a tablet device of any size. Ice Cream Sandwich offers much faster browsing, more support for games and apps, and the inevitable rise of the upcoming 4G network will be fully integrated with Android’s new software. To keep up to date with the handsets keep visiting www.dialaphone.co.uk.