Most Awesome and Historic Devices in Android Development

The Android operating system, it is phenomenal. Various vendors can collaborate with Google. Recently, Google officially launched the operating system version 5.0 or known as Lollipop or eleventh major version of Android.

Android Lollipop believed to have features that are better than the previous Android operating system. But have you know that some devices from various vendors below into the long history of the Android operating system.

Here’s Most Historic Devices In Android Development:

1. T-Mobile G1 / HTC Dream (Android 1.0). T-Mobile G1, also known as the HTC Dream, the first Android device that is commercially available in the world. The device was launched in October 2008 in the United States. At the time this device has not been much in demand, there are still many people who prefer to use the Symbian operating system, and the second version of the iPhone has 3G connectivity. At launch, the G1 runs on the Android 1.0, which unlike most of the latest Android that has a candy-themed name or the name of the food. This smartphone has a typical slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-inch screen with HVGA (320 x 480 pixels), this device has the chin with prominent home button.

2. HTC Magic / T-Mobile MyTouch 3G (Android 1.5 Cupcake). In 2009 Android had a 1.5 version or the name Cupcake. This device named HTC Magic / T-Mobile MyTouch 3G. Released in Europe in April 2009, while in Asia (May), and in the United States (July), Magic is the first touch screen Android smartphone, with a QWERTY keyboard, but without the chin with a 3.2-inch HVGA screen.

3. Motorola Devour (Android 1.6 Donut). Android 1.6 Donut is an Android update that is a bit odd, because fairly rapid and overshadowed by Android. Donut was released in September 2009, just one month before Eclair launched. That’s why there are many, many handsets running the operating system Donut. The first is the Motorola Devour, which has a QWERTY slider was launched by Verizon Wireless in the first quarter of 2010.

4. Motorola Droid / Milestone (Android 2.0 Eclair). Meanwhile, the first smartphone to come with Android 1.6 Donut of the first day was introduced in 2010, is the Motorola Droid launched by Verizon in November 2009 in the United States, and is known as the Motorola Milestone in the market other. Verizon and Motorola released the Droid as an alternative to the iPhone smartphone. Motorola Droid / Milestone is a smartphone that is pretty big at the time, sports a 3.7-inch screen with 480 x 854 pixels, and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

5. Motorola Droid 2 (Android 2.2 Froyo). Droid 2 was introduced in August 2010 as the successor to the original Motorola Droid. This is the first device to come preloaded with Android Froyo. When ngehit Droid 2 in the US, Google has released the Nexus One (running Android 2.1 Eclair at launch).

6. Google Nexus S (Android 2.3 Gingerbread). Then in 2010 (December), Google launched the Nexus S made by Samsung, which makes the device as Android 2.3 Gingerbread in the world. This device is a smartphone made by Google in collaboration with Samsung.

7. Motorola Xoom (Android 3.x Honeycomb). Android Honeycomb is said to be a failed experiment because it was launched by Google as a tablet version (Feb: 2011). Honeycomb debuted on the Motorola Xoom slate fairly well received by customers, and, fortunately finally updated to Ice Cream Sandwich.

8. Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich). After the success of the Nexus S, the Galaxy Nexus is the second handset made ​​by Samsung for Google, and the first in the series of Nexus which has a screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels in size (4.7 inches , Super AMOLED). Galaxy Nexus is also the first device to run Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which was released in November 2011.

9. Google’s Nexus 7 (Android 4.1 Jelly Bean). After ICS, Google is working harder to improve the Android experience on both devices namely smartphones, and tablets. Emudian Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was born, with its debut on devices made by Asus as Google Nexus 7, the first tablet in the Nexus series. Available since July 2012, the Nexus 7 is an affordable tablet (with a starting price of $ 199), it has an IPS screen resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels, and a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3.

10. Google Nexus 5 (Android 4.4 KitKat). Introduced at the end of October 2013, Nexus 5 is the second Nexus smartphone made by LG after the Nexus 4 (which was released in November 2012 running with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean). As Nexus 7 and Nexus 4, Nexus 5 offers high-end specs at an affordable price, is still the main choice for those who need a fast handset.

11. Google Nexus 6 and 9 (Android 5.0 Lollipop). Finally, in October 2014, the Android 5.0-based device Lollipop out. At this time, Google’s new Nexus Nexus 5 and 7. The first device to run Lollipop was the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablets and smartphones made by Motorola, called Nexus 6. Both have high-end features, and this time Google decided to ask the price premium for both. Nexus 6 is priced at $ 649 / $ 699, while the Nexus 9 priced at $ 399 / $ 479. Both the new Nexus device will be released on 3 November 2014.

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