We were fortunate to have been sent the Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) just before the Christmas holidays began and whilst we’ve been keeping our mouths full of mince pies, chocolate and mulled wine we’ve also taken some time to unbox and capture a quick gallery.

Is it a tablet or is it a smartphone? Difficult to say and we’ve seen mixed reviews regarding its 5.3″ front panel. While we continue to test out the Galaxy Note, here’s a quick summary of its key specs.

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Announced earlier this year in April, the HTC Sensation was originally rumoured to be the HTC Pyramid, I for one am personally glad the latter name was wiped off the board. The Sensation is probably one of HTC’s highest-spec offerings to date against other brands such as Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson who have all in recent years jumped onto the Android bandwagon. Not to say the least, the Sensation is highly capable of tempting iPhone users to trying out a droid and making the switch for the first time.

 

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If you’ve got the T-Mobile G2x (ie, the LG Optimus 2X), you’ll be pleased to hear that T-Mobile has officially announced their Android 2.3 Gingerbread update to its LG G2x customers.

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According to the latest research carried out in the last 14 days, the most dominant version of Android OS is Android 2.2.

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HTC EVO 3D smartphone announced

On March 24, 2011, in Cell Phones, by Garish Wasil

HTC has also entered the 3D world after announcing its latest 3D Gingerbread Android – HTC EVO 3D. It allows you to view 3D contents without wearing any 3D glasses. Images will pop out of it and you can experience the 3D effect.

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Google made Android 3.0 Honeycomb fully optimising it for perfect use in tablets like the Motorolla Xoom, while we don’t know when Google may be rolling out an update for smartphones. Here in the meantime is an unofficial Gingerbread update for the Samsung Galaxy S which has been offered by XDA developers.

This release does however come from a leaked Samsung source where it has been given the TouchWiz 3, Swype capability and GPS navigation support and a functional Android Market.

Currently, Samsung Galaxy S comes cruising with Android 2.2 Froyo out of the box and if you’ve been eager for an update, you should check out this DIY upgrade.

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Despite this not being a video showing the iPhone 3G running Honeycomb (which would have been much more impressive). The hack below does allow you to dual boot either iOS or Android 2.3 Gingerbread all thanks to the OpeniBoot software, so it should also work on an iPhone 2G or a first generation iPod touch (up to iOS 4.1). The video is a bit jerky, but it’s proof that Gingerbread can be dual-booted.

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