Android News: Razr vs iPhone
In May 2012 the publicity interested in the global marketing had much spears to be broken while quarrelling about the deal between Motorola Incorporated and Google. Google, after a row of negotiations, has finally bought Motorola for some $12.5 billion. As long as Motorola didn’t show much progress, some professionals of the marketing sphere considered the deal to bring little profit. Nevertheless, the events happening at the US cell phone and smartphone market actually prove that Google never commits anything in vain.
Motorola, 4.3 inch AMOLED display smartphone Droid Razr has topped the sales among the smartphones using Verizon as the carrier. “Topped” means this model has beaten the invincible iPhone 4S practically on his own field. The situation with the other carriers gives advantage to the Apple gadget, yet it might change soon after Motorola’s – and Google’s – recent success.
Acer has announced their new $449 10.1 inch tablet based on the Android 4.0, the latest version of the operation system. Acer A700 has an unbelievable resolution of 1900×1200, letting the owner take a closer look at any of the 178 degrees, 32Gb internal memory and 1Gb RAM.
Finally, Intel has co-worked with the Orange San Diego handset designers, and the result was the Intel-constructed central processing unit as well as the Intel-referred Android version installed in the device. The reviews claim San Diego Orange handset to have excellent standby time, as well as praise its other qualities.
These facts prove the Android gadgets to be an integral part of the contemporary computing market.