Weekly Newsletter – November 7th – November 11th

The week began with One Mobile Ring reporting the HTC Sensation, Sensation XL, Sensation XE and Evo 3D mobile phones are all to receive Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0, with Motorola unveiling a Facebook mobile phone. Microsoft released Bing Mobile app for Android with HTML5, whilst Motorola Xoom 2 tablets became available to buy for £390 and £358, for the Xoom 2 media edition. Jail breaking came to Microsoft Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ mobiles from ChevronWP7, Android Gingerbread accounts for over 40-percent of Android mobile phone operating systems and Sony Ericsson mobile phone with an HD screen was leaked

Earlier on in the week, Huawei launched its Android Vision mobile phone and Honeycomb 3.2 MediaPad tablet for the UK, where we published a hands on walkthrough in pictures of the Huawei Vision mobile phone. Huawei Vision will not be upgradeable to Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0, the Music streaming app Spotify was released for Microsoft Windows Phone 7 mobiles, we brought out a hands on walkthrough on video of the Huawei Vision mobile phone, along with the a hands on walkthrough in pictures of the Huawei MediaPad tablet. HTC’s Quad Core CPU mobile phone was leaked, OMR then published ahands on walkthrough on video of the Huawei MediaPad Android Honeycomb 3.2 tablet.

Midweek, NVIDIA unveiled the Tegra 3 quad core processor for mobile phones and tablets,

Asus announced the world’s first Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet and the Nokia Windows Phone 7 Lumia 800 became delayed until next year. Vodafone opened up pre-pre-ordering of the Samsung Ice Cream Sandwich based Galaxy Nexus, Asus is to show Ice Cream Sandwich on a tablet in December, Panoramic mode came to the Apple iPhone and iPad and Lloyds TSB released a mobile banking app for Android, Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia devices.

Towards the end of the week, Adobe stopped mobile Flash development, Nokia maps was leaked for all Windows Phone 7 handsets and Apple is not bringing voice recognition Siri to older iPhones. Video calling came to Windows Phone 7 devices, but not from Skype and Google kills off Gmail for BlackBerry mobile phones. Nokia Music is no longer exclusive to Nokia Windows Phone 7 mobiles, LogMeIn releases remote mobile phone software and HTC Android Ice Cream Sandwich ‘thinner than the iPhone’ Ville mobile phone was leaked

At the end of the week, One Mobile Ring published unboxing in pictures and video of the Motorola Razr, Apple’s hidden iOS autocorrect spelling keyboard bar is now available and Nokia released two concept experimental mobile phones. Research In Motion is dropping BlackBerry Bold looking devices, going for more tablet sized screen products instead, Lovefilm released an Android app, with access to 70,000 movies and games and Google details Roboto font in Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0

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The biggest story of the week came from Nvidia introducing their next generation of their chipsets for mobile devices, in the Tegra 3 processor - which brings with it four core CPUs, when the Tegra 2 only had two.

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The next most significant piece was when Asus unveiled the Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet, which runs from the recently announced Nvidia Tegra 3 four core CPU with a 12 core graphics processor.

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The third largest news item came from Tech news website Zdnet discovering Adobe is to cease development of the mobile browser flash whilst refocusing on HTML5 - from an email sent to them by a source close to Adobe.

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The following most significant story was when Clove made public the Nokia Lumia 800 won’t be arriving with them until January 2012, SIM free and unlocked for £442.80.

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The fifth biggest piece was when American on-line mobile phone news site pocketnow.com published a press image of the yet to be announced HTC Edge, which is reported to be the world’s first mobile phone to arrive with a four core processor.

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The next most significant news came when Huawei announced the Vision handset and MediaPad tablet is coming to the UK, with the phone arriving before Christmas at Phones 4u on £25 a month contracts and the tablet is due in the first quarter of 2012 – for £275, plus VAT.

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The seventh largest story was HTC making public an update to which of their latest handsets will be receiving the recently launched latest version of the Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 operating system.

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The following most significant item came from Spotify launching an application for the Windows Phone 7 platform, for the Microsoft handsets to gain access to millions of tracks of music whilst on the move.

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The penultimate piece of news was when Apple contacted an application developer, confirming for the very first time that the personal assistant application Siri will not be coming to older iOS based devices.

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Lastly, Apple programmer Conrad Kramer has uncovered a panoramic capture mode inside of the latest version of the Apple device iOS 5 operating system, which will allow users to capture several images and then join them all together for one elongated picture.

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Originally published at OneMobileRing.com

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