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  • Sony Ericcson is pushing very hard to get their new Android devices that will be coming out this year in front of the eyes of the public. A number of other devices have already been announced, including the Arc, U5a Vivaz pro, unlocked Xperia X10 and the Neo looks like another solid addition to that line. The device will be powered by the already highly popular Android 3.3 Gingerbread operating system.


     


    This is the first time that the device has been shown to the public. There was not word on when customers could expect the device to be released, and the advertisement was only seen along side a “coming soon” warning. So far there isn’t even any information about which carrier the device will be available on. Alongside the device in the advertisement, a few specs and facts about the device were made available. First of all, it will utilize their new CMOS sensor, which allows for users to take great video and pictures, even when they are in very low lighting. It will also feature their Reality display on the BRAVIA Engline,a nd will have a built in HDMI port, which has been a hot commodity for smart devices in recent weeks and months.


    The Neo will have a 3.7 inch display, along with a hearty eight megapixel camera that will be able to capture up to 720p video in HD. The standard 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor was used in the device. Although not all of the information about the device is available at this current juncture, the site did make it clear that it will be available in three colors; white, blue, and red. It will be interesting to see how well received the device is moving forward and also what carrier it will be available on straight out of the gate. IT is possible that it could be rebranded and be available on a number of different carriers, but there is no information to support that at this time.


     


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  • Samsung’s app store has been steadily growing since it was first launched, and the company announced that they have officially passed the one hundred million app download mark. This is a huge number, and shows that third party app markets might be the wave of the future. Samsung has output a number of highly touted smart phones devices such as unlocked Samsung captivate i897, Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant, etc and their app market has grown as a result.


     


    There are currently more than 13,000 apps currently available throughout the market. That is more than six times as much as was there when the store was first launched. Some of hte most popular apps that are available through the Samsung app store include Speed Shift and Magic Torch, two very popular games.


     


    It looks as though most of the downloads have come from Europe, most of which come from France. Between France, Germany and Spain, the three companies have accounted for more than forty percent of the total number of downloads.



    Apps for unlocked Samsung phone have continued to grow in popularity and in the size of the pool of apps that are currently available. The overall quality of the Samsung applications has also consistently increased since the service was first launched. Consistently improving their service is something that the company has obviously taken seriously, and their 100 million downloads mark further proves that their efforts have paid off. Samsung appears to be leading the way in the third party app market industry.



    In the press release that was put out today also stated that the company is expecting to quickly grow throughout the course of 2011. With their upcoming new line of high powered smart devices, Bada, you can expect many new users to become interested in their app marketplace moving forward. Now the company will have to focus on attracting some of the larger app development companies in the space, in order to make more apps available moving forward.




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  • Android Market Adds AT&T Billing App
    Posted on December 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Google has announced that they will be releasing a new feature for their marketplace along with a number of applications. As of now, the AT&T Direct Carrier Billing application is now available to AT&T customers that are using some of the multiple Android devices such has HTC Desire, Samsung Captivate i897 unlocked on their network. The service would let users use their accounts, and connect them with their AT&T billing accounts to allow them to more easily pay their mobile bills.


    App purchases now can be billed to their provider accounts, allowing them to pay their app bills in bulk at the end of the month. This benefits both the user and the company because it allows users to run up larger tabs on apps when they do not realize what they have spent, but also allows the users to take care of their app payments in bulk, one time at the end of the month. This is a service that has become increasingly common over the course of the last few months, and the AT&T implementation is something that has been rumored for a very long time.



    The app was made available to T-Mobile subscribers earlier in the month. Google will likely explore similar opportunities in the near future because this sort of subscription service will definitely increase app sales on mobile devices. Allowing users to not see the damages until the end of the month, or at least delay their payments on a credit-style system and including them in with their provider bills will make the payment process easier but will also make it easier for them to overspend.


    It will be interesting to see how well the customers respond to a move like this. It is a drastic change in the way that business is done in the mobile space and will take some getting used to on the user end of the spectrum.


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