The news of this week in the world of mobile telephony have been quite varied. We have had everything, although certainly some of the most striking are the novelties in the arrival of 3D glasses-free screens the future of Smartphones.
We have also had the official announcement of the first expected OMV’s so-called Movistar Tuentimovil, and several curiosities such as check that the Nexus S is there and is real thanks to Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, and Panasonic He will return to the world of mobile telephony in the hands of Android. Let’s go over the best of the week in Engadget Mobile.
- The 3D screens they plan on the mobile phone, as we have seen this week in articles Samsung and LG have lists its screen OLED 3D without glasses and Sharp Lynx 3D SH-03 c brings the 3D without glasses.
- About new deployments we have been able to know something more about NVIDIA Tegra 2 and his future appearances as it is the case for LG with NVIDIA Tegra 2 for 2011, first pictures and specifications.
- Also has unveiled “semi-officially” one of the best kept mysteries so last week on Google when we saw the article Eric Schmidt shows Nexus S with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating.
- With respect to other matters on manufacturers We have known as LG sold more than one million of Optimus in 40 days: the Android and Panasonic effect will return to scene in 2012 at the hands of Android.
- The users of the Samsung Galaxy S they are lucky now that begins the Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.2 update.
- For more gamers iPhone This week has been important since RAGE comes to iPhone.
- In the section of applications it maybe interested to take a look at five interesting twitter clients for iPhone.
- And, finally, to know the details of one of the most anticipated releases season: Tuentimovil: 8 cents/minute and half-way between customers.
More articles by users this week have been:
- iPhone has twice as many games as the sum of all major systems
- Start the Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.2 update
- Sony Ericsson: Android is the best platform for development
- Eric Schmidt shows Nexus S with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating
- Are you more interested in Windows Phone 7 than Android Samsung?