Posts tagged Android 1.6
Window N5 MP5 PMP Player with Android System and G-Sensor – 8GB
This is the first PMP player that adopts Android system. Window N5 is intelligent PMP player that built in Android system, that means there are thousands of applications. Comply with office business, entertainment, PDF, Flash reading, games in one devices. Comes with 5.0 inch 800×480 pixels. Support Widget touch and keypads besides dual operations. Similar with other Window players, Widget built in, DIY your desktop. G-sensor built in, brings more fun to play games, such as Need For Speeds series.
Window N5 MP5 PMP Player Features:
- 5.0 inch LCD, 800×480 pixels
- Android System OS1.6 built in
- Widget system, support touch and keypads operations.
- G-sensor, bring more fun to play games
- Support PDF, FLASH reading
- 8GB memory onboard
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Archos disappointed quite a few users last month by pushing out an Android 1.6 (a.k.a. “Donut”) update for its Archos 5 internet tablet only to yank it shortly thereafter due to a “last-minute major issue,” but it now looks like it’s finally set things right — the update is once again available for download, and it apparently works just fine this time. Among other things, the update optimizes applications for the Archos 5′s high resolution screen, and adds features like Quick Search to help you find music, contacts and other information more easily. Hit up the link below for all the necessary upgrade details.
You might’ve thought that Google was positioning its industry-changing Google Maps Navigation as a value proposition for Android 2.0 and beyond, but yeah, not so much — instead, they’ve gone ahead and backported it to 1.6 (alias “Donut”) which means that T-Mobile’s myTouch 3G and G1 plus other 1.6-equipped devices across the land can get in on the action. In the case of the memory-starved G1, that’s especially surprising, and a heartening sign that the world’s first retail Android device still has some fight left in it. It’s available from the Android Market now, so go ahead — try to get yourself lost. We dare you.