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PhoneArena dan “Android Non-Motorola” beberapa waktu yang lalu menyampaikan berita yang menyesatkan yaitu dengan judul thread RIP: Motorola Droid Bionic. (Belum Dirilis Dan Tidak Akan Dirlis)

DROID Charge Launching April 28, DROID Bionic Originally Scheduled for May 12?
On 04.18.11

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First things first, let’s talk about the DROID Charge and the April 28 launch date you are seeing listed for it above.  We’re starting to hear from a variety of people that next Thursday should be massive with the launch of both the Incredible 2, Charge and then possibly even the Xperia PLAY, although there are rumors that the Japan earthquakes have delayed that phone.  We good there?

Bionic time.  Since our report that the DROID Bionic would be cancelled in favor of the Targa, there have been a lot of rumors floating around the interwebs, so I’d just like to add a little something to help ease your minds.  Like we had said in that cancellation post, the Targa would be moved into the Bionic’s place, but trust me when I say that you should be happy this is happening.  So that 5/12 date you are seeing above, is just an old one – we’ve still got at least 2 months to go kiddies.

While that isn’t nearly as poetic as our Panda friend can be on occasion and doesn’t include nearly as many details as I’d like to give you, I think you can dig enough into that to get a good feel for the situation.

Cheers ___!

Via Droid Life. dan Softpedia.

 

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Is Verizon’s “Droid” branding helping or hurting?
Russell Holly on Apr 16 at 8:20 pm

Whether you are aware of it or not, and completely regardless of whether or not you believe it, the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless saved Android. More accurately, it saved Andy Rubin, or at least his job, after the G1 underwhelmed and failed to impress many. It’s release, coupled with the release of Android 2.0, launched Android into the foreground of the tech community, encouraging manufacturers, developers, and eventually users to flock to the OS. I can’t help, despite how important a contribution the Droid moniker and device was to “the cause” if it’s still necessary. Android has seen explosive growth since the Droid, and not just on Verizon. Carriers all over the world can lay claim to a sizeable Android army on their networks, yet easily 45% of the time I explain to a new user that I have an Android phone, the response is similar. “Oh, so that’s a Droid phone?”

Don’t get me wrong, it was brilliant on behalf of Verizon’s then brand new marketing company to come up with the idea. The “Anti-iPhone” vibe that really took root after that was really something to watch grow. Plus, like it or not, the “Droid Does” campaign carried a fanatical wave of loyalty to all devices. During a recent interview, actor David Della Rocco was heard talking about his “Fender Phone”, a MyTouch Fender edition, lead him into the quote “Fender DOES” during the interview. There’s no arguing it’s effectiveness not just for Verizon, but for the entire Android ecosystem. I am starting to think, however, that it might be time to hang that particular bit of culture up for the betterment of the platform.

Over the last couple of months I have seen an incredible increase in Android marketing that includes the little green guy. Sprint, who has consistently used a 3D Andy in their commercials, has been routinely using him as the focal point to their commercials. Sony, during the SuperBowl, stitched thumbs onto him in the basement of some third world city for the Xperia Play. Kyocera and Motorola both have put employees in Android costumes for their device launches, and let’s not forget the Motorola Xoom. The initial activation of a Xoom is simply covered in wireframe Andy iconography. When you hear a Droid commercial, Android is listed as a feature, as though at some point there would be a Droid that isn’t running an Android OS. When you look at the marketing, it’s difficult for consumers to tell that these devices are supposed to be similar.

It’s obvious that Verizon has no plans to retire the Droid franchise. In fact, there is quite the wave of Android phones with the Droid brand headed to Big Red, including a first ever Samsung phone. While it’s not entirely a bad thing, especially considering Verizon’s plan to not include Bing on their Droid branded phones, there’s no doubt that there are plenty of consumers who see Android phones and Droid phones as being completely different. Is Verizon the only guilty party here? Of course not. In many ways the same could be said of T-Mobile’s MyTouch line, and at least Verizon doesn’t go as far as to include a special button on their phones. There’s little comparison in terms of popularity between the two brands, as obviously the Droid line has seen a much larger number of activations. It may be that Verizon is simply the biggest kid on the playground when it comes to branding Android, but no matter how fair you think it may be the biggest kid in this case is also getting the most attention.

So, is the attention good for Android? In terms of activations, it’s terrific. I am more than sure that Verizon contributes quite a bit to the 350,000 handsets that are activated each day across the world. However, as things start to even out, as the Smartphone market begins to cool down, and it will eventually cool down, it’s lines in the sand like Droid that will blur the landscape for users considering leaving another platform.

Source: Android And Me.

 

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Avnet Technology Solutions to Distribute Motorola Mobility’s Video and Broadband Solutions Across Europe, Middle East and Africa
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Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:01am EDT

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New contract opens up new markets for Avnet and provides Motorola Mobility with improved speed to market and logistical support

Bracknell, UK - 13th April 2011 - Avnet Technology Solutions, a solutions distribution leader and an operating group of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT) announced today it has signed an agreement with Motorola Mobility Inc. to distribute its full Home business portfolio across EMEA.  Products include the latest HDTV Internet Protocol (IP) set-tops, video infrastructure, voice and data gateways, software and digital security solutions.

“Motorola has been a key partner for Avnet for many years, and this new agreement opens up exceptional possibilities for both organisations as the market for IP grows.  There are a significant number of registered and accredited Motorola channel program members across Europe, and Avnet will grow this number further by leveraging our existing business partner base,” said Keith Robinson, product business group director, EMEA, at Avnet Technology Solutions. “For example, we will target partners selling into the hotel and hospitality markets, giving them access to the latest set-tops from Motorola with technical and logistical support from Avnet.  Avnet’s speed to market and scale and scope across the UK and Europe in terms of stock holding remain significantly important to Motorola Mobility and our partners.”

Customers for Motorola Mobility products include EMEA incumbent telecoms carriers, Internet service providers (ISPs), systems integrators and independent software providers developing VoD (Video on Demand) applications requiring set-tops and other video products.  Avnet will also be providing technical configuration services to deliver bespoke product when and where required.

Steve McCaffrey, vice president and general manager, Home business EMEA, Motorola Mobility, said: “As we look to further expand our channel business in EMEA to support business growth and enter new markets, we need a distributor with the experience and operational infrastructure of Avnet. This contract enables us to increase our sales resource across the region and better serve our customers with innovative solutions that deliver enriched converged media experiences.”

Robinson concluded: “In strengthening our relationship with Motorola, Avnet is able to offer its EMEA customers a broader range of networking solutions in the fast-growing IP TV market. The addition of Motorola Home business to our portfolio enables us to offer a more complete solution in this market alongside our relationships with other key suppliers such as Juniper and HP.”

About Avnet Technology Solutions
As a global solutions distributor, Avnet Technology Solutions collaborates with its customers and suppliers to create and deliver effective solutions that address the business challenges of their end-user customers locally and around the world. For fiscal year 2010, the group served customers in more than 30 countries and generated US $ 8.19 billion in annual revenue. Avnet Technology Solutions is an operating group of Avnet, Inc. Visit: [link URL]

About Avnet
Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT), a Fortune 500 company, is one of the largest distributors of electronic components, computer products and embedded technology serving customers in more than 70 countries worldwide. Avnet accelerates its partners’ success by connecting the world’s leading technology suppliers with a broad base of more than 100,000 customers by providing cost-effective, value-added services and solutions. For the fiscal year ended July 3, 2010, Avnet generated revenue of $19.16 billion. For more information, visit [link URL] (AVT_IR)

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Motorola A1680 Fact Sheet
Aug. 30, 2010

Motorola A1680: Iconic, Redefined

Motorola A1680 is a classic flip device featuring touch capabilities and Android™ 1.6, available exclusively in China. A1680 features the iconic MING design with a thin body and a high-resolution screen for easy reading and writing. High-speed access to the Web and e-mail plus 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity ensure you’ll be productive all day long. An affordable price tag means you won’t sacrifice style for practicality.

Classic Design

A1680 features classic MING design elements like a sleek, transparent flip form, and thin, lightweight body for ultimate pocketability. A 3.1-inch AMOLED high-resolution display features a resistive touch screen for easy browsing and navigation.

All-Day Efficiency

Stay on task with high speed access to your e-mails and the Web through 3G* and Wi-Fi connectivity. A preloaded email client lets you tackle your business needs on-the-go, while GPS navigation gets you to meetings, home and back again. Document scanning and translation plus Baidu search and Youdao dictionary support ensure you’ve got the resources you need to get everything done. Keep work and play separate with a file manager that makes organization easy, and access thousands of applications and widgets from the SHOP4APPS store when the work day is over.

The Best of Both Worlds

A1680 brings you the ultimate smartphone experience along with high-end entertainment features. A preloaded media player brings your favorite tunes and videos right to your phone so you can listen and watch on-the-go. Snap photos of your friends with a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and digital zoom, or capture videos of your family and share them later.

Extras

A1680 comes with FM Radio for access to your favorite radio stations and a 3.5mm audio jack so you can listen without disturbing those around you. Lend a personal touch to all of your written messages with the Motorola Handwriting tool. And keep all of your documents, photos and videos at your fingertips with a 32 GB microSD card inside.

Motorola A1680
Talk and Standby Time: 1130mAh />210 min/ >120 hr (BT60)

Bands/Modes:
Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900, GPRS Class 12, EDGE Class 10; WCDMA 2100MHz, HSDPA (up to 3.6 Mbps)

Weight: 120g
Dimensions: 106.9 x 54.5 x 16.8mm
OS: Android 1.6
Connectivity: WiFi/WAPI, Bluetooth
Display: 3.1-inch AMOLED 800x480 (WVGA)

Messaging/Web/Apps:
SMS, MMS, Email, IM, Webkit browser supporting WWW, WAP2.0, HTML, xHTML, WML, JavaScript, eZX Widget & Touch Home screen

Audio: MP3, AAC, WMA, AMR, MIDI
Video: Playback/capture, QVGA 15fps (MPEG4, H.263, H.264);
Camera: 5 MP AF digital zoom

Memory:
Internal: 256MB DDR + 512MB flash external: Support up to 32GB Micro SD

Form Factor: Touch flip
Antenna: Internal
Address Book/Calendar: 1000 entries
Location Services: GPS, G-Sensor, M-Sensor

Motorola A1680 is expected to be available in China in Q3 2010. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please contact your local Motorola representative.

*Certain features, services and applications are network dependent and may not be available in all areas; additional terms, conditions and/or charges may apply. Contact your service provider for details. All features, functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

1 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data and other application usage patterns.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola Mobility, Inc. under license. Android is a trademark of Google, Inc. All other trademark and product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2010 Motorola Mobility, Inc. All rights reserved.
Media Contacts (for media and analysts only):

  Kevin Si
  +8610-84993388
 
  Motorola Mobility, Inc.

Source: Motorola Mobility Media Center.

 

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Motorola Mobility Announces Motorola XOOM™ and Motorola ATRIX™ in Latin America
The first tablet running Android™ 3.0 Honeycomb and the world’s most powerful smartphone give consumers new ways to stay connected
April 12, 2011

SÃO PAULO – April 12, 2011 - Motorola Mobility, Inc. today announced the Latin American availability of two highly anticipated products: Motorola XOOM™, the first device to run on the Google Android™ 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system, and Motorola ATRIX™, the world’s most powerful smartphone.

The devices incorporate unprecedented computing power and performance with innovative designs and software, to provide today’s highly-mobile consumers with an unmatched level of connectivity to the information and contacts they need on-the-go and at home. Both products will be available from leading carriers in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Peru starting in the middle of April.

“Latin America continues to be important to our company’s global strategy, which is why we’re bringing the region our most ground-breaking products,” said Maurizio Angelone, vice president and general manager Mobile Devices Latin America, Motorola Mobility. “We’ve received an exceptional response for Motorola XOOM and Motorola ATRIX from consumers and carriers in our U.S. and European markets, and we want to build the same excitement in Latin America.”

Motorola Mobility’s new device lineup builds on the company’s established Android leadership, having introduced an industry-best 23 Android smartphones in 2010. The strong 2011 product portfolio delivers even more flexible mobile experiences for work, home and play.

Motorola XOOM: Motorola’s First Tablet and the First Tablet Featuring Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Motorola XOOM redefines the tablet device category by providing more ways to have fun, connect with friends and stay productive on-the-go. The first device to run on Google’s Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system, Motorola XOOM features a 1GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, front-facing and rear-facing cameras, true multitasking functionality and the latest Google services on a 10.1-inch (25.65cm) widescreen display.

The latest Google Mobile™ services include Google Maps 5.0™ with 3D interaction and access to 150,000 apps from Android Market™. Motorola XOOM also supports a beta version of Adobe® Flash® Player 10.2 downloadable from Android Market, enabling the delivery of rich Flash-based Web content including videos, casual games and Internet applications.

• Boasting a dual-core processor with each core running at 1GHz, delivering up to 2GHz of processing power
• High-definition (1280x800), 10.1-inch widescreen (16:10) display, perfect for watching HD video in landscape mode and narrow enough for convenient two-handed, on-screen typing in portrait mode
• Front-facing 2-megapixel camera for video chats over Wi-Fi or 3G, as well as a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera that captures video in HDHDMI out and unique dock options allow HD content streaming to TV

Motorola Mobility is also working to jump start the ecosystem expansion that will result from the launch of Motorola XOOM with a new version of the Android OS. Motorola has been collaborating closely with innovative application partners across a variety of categories, including gaming, entertainment and business productivity, to optimize their applications for this new category of mobile computing devices.

Motorola ATRIX: The World’s Most Powerful Smartphone

Motorola ATRIX is the world’s most powerful smartphone with a dual-core processor that is the fastest yet offered in a mobile phone. Motorola ATRIX is designed to essentially become a user’s primary digital hub to create, edit and interact with documents, media and content. This is facilitated by Motorola’s webtop application and incredible new accessories.

Key Features:

• A 1GHz dual-core processor capable of opening Web pages twice as fast as most other smartphones, rendering games faster and displaying HD video on big-screen TVs
• A full 1GB of RAM for twice the RAM of most smartphones to deliver effortless multitasking, such as watching a movie while receiving and responding to email
• The world’s first qHD display for a smartphone, offering high resolution and 24-bit color, making it easier to read indoors and outdoors
• Front-facing camera for video calls, as well as a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera that captures video in HD
• Convenient biometric fingerprint reader for easily unlocking your phone while providing extra security
• Up to 48GB of storage (16GB internal and optional 32GB microSD card) – enough to store thousands of songs, photos and movies

Availability
Motorola XOOM and Motorola ATRIX will be available in Latin America starting mid-April.

Source: Motorola Mobility Media Center.

 

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Motorola to begin beta testing rugged Android tablet, steps up enterprise efforts
By Christopher Trout posted Apr 13th 2011 2:41PM

We’ve been keeping our eyes on Motorola’s plans to sink its claws into the enterprise market for at least the past couple of months, and it looks like the company is ramping up its efforts with a rugged Android tablet fit for the workplace. A presentation provided to us by a helpful tipster outlines Moto’s plans to be the “first physical embodiment defining Android for the Enterprise,” with a Gingerbread-equipped tablet entering beta testing this October. As you can see from the slide above, the slate will sport both a 1.3MP front-facing camera and an 8MP rear-facing camera “with illumination and aiming” for barcode scanning. It’s also carrying a dual-core 1GHz OMAP 4 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB NAND, a 7-inch LCD display, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, and USB connectivity. It should also pack enough juice to supply five and a half hours of streaming video, and should be able to withstand a four foot drop, extreme temperatures, excessive dust, and splashing water. From the look of things, this tablet’s going to be more at home in the workshop than the boardroom, but we’ll just have to wait and see what becomes of it once the thing makes it out of beta.

[Thanks, Anonymous]

Source: Engadget.

 

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Download: DROIDX Gingerbread V4.5.588
On 04.12.11

Well here you go.  The random OTA update of Gingerbread for the DROIDX that we talked about earlier is out for everyone to enjoy manually.  Just know that you have to be completely stock on Blur 2.3.340 in order to run this update file.  There is no root at this time, but we’re hoping to have a version with root some time tonight.  And this is for everyone, including non-rooted users.  Actually, this is easiest for non-rooted users. 

Download: Blur_Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US.zip
Mirror: Blur_Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US.zip (File Size: 111.69MB)

Instructions:

   *Note 1* – For non-rooted users. You have to be running stock 2.3.340 or this will not work.

   *Note 2* – To rooted users, you will need to SBF back to 2.3.340.

   *Note 3* – P3Droid is hoping to have a rooted version up by tonight.

   *Note 4* – We still aren’t sure if this is the final Verizon build or not.

1.  Download the file from above and drop it on the root of your SD card.
2.  Rename it to update.zip.
3.  Turn your phone all the way off.
4.  Boot into recovery:

   *Hold the Home button + Power.  When triangle appears, press Search.

5.  Choose the option to install update.zip using your volume keys.
6.  Your phone will now load the new Gingerbread.
7.  Enjoy!

More mirrors can be found at DX Forums

Source: via Droid Life.

 

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Motorola to Launch SocialTV App for Xoom and Atrix

Save room on the couch for your Xoom and your Atrix – the new Motorola app integrates your devices for a full TV experience

BY: Sasha Orman | Fri Apr 8, 2011

As a businessperson on the go, you don’t have a lot of time for idle TV watching. When you do take five in front of the tube, you want those minutes to count. Motorola Mobility understands your plight. As the producer of mobile devices like the Motorola Xoom and the Motorola Atrix, Motorola is in tune with the needs of the tech and business savvy consumer. With the just-announced Motorola SocialTV app, Motorola Mobility wants to make sure that every minute watching TV is a minute well spent.

The new SocialTV Companion Service app from Motorola Mobility is designed to turn your PC tablet (presumably your Motorola Xoom) or your smartphone (the Motorola Atrix perhaps?) into a TV companion device, “help[ing] service providers differentiate their offering and generate incremental revenue by leveraging social networking, loyalty programs, advertising and product merchandising via companion devices such as tablets, smartphones and laptops,” according to the Motorola Mobility Press Release.

Source:
Motorola Mobility Media Center.
via Exec Digital.

 

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What do screen resolutions mean?

Now that smartphones have evolved largely into touchscreen-centric multimedia devices, screen resolution and size have become some of the most important features. If the screen is too small or the resolution is too low, it can make the phone itself a hassle to use. Having a big screen is great, but it will look terrible if the resolution isn’t high enough.

Various resolutions have been created to help distinguish between each other, and here is a list of the most common ones you will find on Android powered devices:

  QVGA (320x240) Used in small phones like the Motorola Charm
  HVGA (480x320) Common in older devices like the HTC Hero
  WVGA (800x480) The most common these days for phones like the Evo 4G
  qHD (960x540) Used on high-end phones like the Motorola Atrix 4G
  WSVGA (1024x600) Common for tablets like the OG Samsung Galaxy Tab
  WXGA (1280x800) Used for the high-end tablets of today like the Motorola Xoom

Source: Android Central.

 

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Polycom and Motorola Team to Extend MobileTelepresence to Motorola XOOM
March 22, 2011Polycom and Motorola Team to Extend MobileTelepresence to Motorola XOOM

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., and PLEASANTON, Calif. – March 22, 2011 – Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE:MMI), and Polycom, Inc. (Nasdaq: PLCM), a global leader in unified communications (UC), today announced collaborative development around delivering Polycom enterprise-class, high-definition (HD) personal telepresence on Motorola XOOM™ tablets to create broader collaboration choices for businesses.

The standards-based Polycom Telepresence m500 mobile video application on Motorola XOOM tablets will deliver improved enterprise collaboration and productivity by enabling users to easily connect and share content virtually anywhere via one-to-one or group video experiences.

“Motorola Mobility is making great strides in enabling enterprise users, and we are excited to equip mobile workers with effective collaboration tools that improve decision making and accelerate customer response,” said Christy Wyatt, corporate vice president, software and services product management, Motorola Mobility. “Leveraging Polycom’s innovation and leadership in telepresence, Motorola will help businesses easily extend their video initiatives to Motorola XOOM, thereby expanding mobile collaboration for workers. For consumers, the Motorola XOOM video experience will set a new standard for quality and performance.”

Motorola XOOM, the ground-breaking tablet from Motorola Mobility, offers a best-in-class dual core processor and 10.1” widescreen HD display, creating an optimized platform for enterprise collaboration. The sleek, stylish design features a front-facing 2-megapixel camera for video conferencing, as well as a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera that captures HD video. Innovative desktop accessories for Motorola XOOM include a Standard Dock and Speaker HD Dock that expand device capabilities.

“Polycom is excited to team with Motorola and leverage their innovative device to help enterprise customers expand workforce mobility and drive standards-based telepresence further into the business and mobile markets,” said Sudhakar Ramakrishna, Polycom executive vice president and general manager products and services, and chief development officer. “For Polycom, this collaboration demonstrates continued momentum into the mobile market and furthers our strategy to deliver UCEverywhereSM and drive a network effect and increased value for customers.”

The Polycom UC Intelligent Core infrastructure platform allows enterprise customers like Motorola to easily extend enterprise visual communications to mobile users without additional network configuration. The broad support for industry standards within the platform will enable Motorola XOOM and smart phone users to seamlessly and securely connect with existing telepresence and video conferencing investments and the estimated ecosystem of two million standards-based video room systems in use today.

“Polycom telepresence provides tremendous value to our business in terms of improved collaboration and productivity between our locations,” said Walter F. Oswald, corporate vice president and CIO, Motorola Mobility. “The ability to extend telepresence to mobile workers via Motorola tablets will further enhance collaboration with employees in the field and drive greater value and return on investment for our video investments overall.”

Motorola XOOM is currently available at Verizon Wireless as a 3G/Wi-Fi enabled device with a free upgrade to 4G LTE for consumers in the second quarter of this year. Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi will be available with more than seven leading retailers across the United States by the end of March. For more information about Motorola XOOM, please visit [link URL].

Availability:

The Polycom Telepresence m500 for Motorola devices is planned for availability in the second half of 2011.

Source: Motorola Media Center.

 

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