Smart phones are all over mobile markets nowadays. Most of the smart phones use Android as the base operating system. There are many ranges of Android introduced in market each of them offering wide range of features.
Android 2.1 which was the first version of the Android released in market provided support for high screen resolution unlike the otherwise existing phones. Along with cameras they also supported email services. Say if you have G-mail account you could add contact details of the account to your mobile easily.
The very next version Android 2.2 along with features of previous version also had WIFI support. The initial version could allow installing applications only on phone memory. The phone memory being of restricted size, only fewer applications could be installed. Now in this version you can install many applications since now the referenced memory is expandable memory in the form of memory cards. Next 2.2, Android 2.3 was launched. Along with much improved performance this Android version offered Blue-tooth support along with Adobe Flash support. The UI of this version was highly improved. This version also had two cameras provided in this context. The next version that is now frequently found in most of the smart phones, Android 3.0 has a highly efficient interface. The version has navigation buttons as well as notification provisions. The processor in this version improves the performance.
Android 4.0 is the newest launches in the Android operating system. These versions are mostly used in tablets as well as in Android tablet PC. Android 10 tablets is one of the miracles in technology which has Android 4.0 as its operating system.
The striking feature of Android tablet 10 is that it is 10 inch tablet. This version is the merger of best features that are offered by the earlier Version 2 and Version 3 along with newly improvised features.
The newly added features are tabbed browser. The browsers can now be arranged efficiently in the form of tabs to provide uniformity. The launching of the application can now be customized as per the choice of the customer. The most striking feature of this version is that face recognition facility. This feature allows only the user to access and open phone. This indirectly is excellent feature that provides utmost security. So if tomorrow, if your tablet gets stolen, no one can use it, as it can be locked only by recognizing your face. This version offers default widgets. You can install widgets of your own choice by downloading them from Internet. The widgets that are default appear or are aligned separately in the display. The camera installed here provides best much better performance hence provides high quality photos to be clicked.
Another interesting feature in this version is that, it provides auto-synchronization with contacts. As in now your contacts in Face-book as well as Twitter can be easily added in your contact lists.
With so many versions in Android market and even other manufacturing mobile companies opting for Android OS as OS for their mobiles and tablets, you shouldn’t be surprised if most of the smart phones and tablets in market would be Android based.
This is a guest post by Bharat, who is one of the leading experts in the technology field. He has impressive knowledge about the latest trends existing in an Android Tablet & Technology.
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