Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Review - New Android Gingerbread (2.3)

New Android Gingerbread  is launched by google in the New Nexus S . Will probably be available for an update for other version users with a weeks. Android 2.3 Gingerbread is next in google’s Android 2.2 Froyo. The primary feature on this Gingerbread is a lot improved for touch and key events that it'll result in lower CPU usage and faster dispatch speed.

Latest features from Gingerbread

New Keyboard - Using the new keyboard additional spacing between keys and larger font sizes are given to provide precise touch control. It introduces word suggestions while typing and you also can type numbers & signs with keyboard shortcut combos.

Power & Application Management - New power management feature it's easy to observe how much battery is it being used up by your Android phone on various applications and  you can stop any app instantly. There's a shortcut to handle applications within the options menu.

Near Field Communication (NFC) - Users can swipe items on restaurants,movie posters,stickers etc  to be forwarded to websites.

Selection & Copy/Paste - Now cut-copy-paste can be performed  by selecting the starting and ending point without needing the cursor. Press & hold , the latest selection mode begins.

Voice Actions - New voice action you possibly can send messages without keyboard typing it.As an example you are able to say  ”busy with cybervally data center works” and android 2.3 automatically recognizes and types it available for you .You may also work with this for Google search,Google navigation etc.

Multitasking - The multitasking has improved and feels more faster .You may hold home button to view the running apps and switch between them.

VoIP Calling - That you can do SIP internet calling having a SIP account. VOIP functionality can be accessed through your contacts.

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