Heres' a thousand Android developers at the Nokia X Android Developer conference, Nokia providing quick tools to port all Android apps over to using the Nokia Services for Maps, Notifications and Payments, with Nokia supporting payment in emerging markets through operator billing, available in 60 countries with over 161 operators. Most people in these markets don’t have credit cards, making it the only method of payment.
All Android app developers are invited by Nokia to change a few things (swaping Google services with Nokia services) to submit all Android apps in the Nokia Android App Store. For now Nokia is avoiding to try to support the Google Mobile Services (GMS), and instead requires that all Android apps be ported to Nokia's Services for Location using Nokia Here Maps instead of Google Maps, for Notifications also going through Nokia Notifications system instead of the Google Notifications system and then for in-app payments Nokia has its own non-Google payment system that app developers are required to use if they want their apps to work on Nokia X Android Store.
JSR is a 4 years old company that makes smartphones. Most of their smartphones run on Qualcomm processors, have plenty of RAM memory and come with different optional color designs.
Their smartphone market is branded "Innos". The smartphones are Dual-Sim and use IPS display viewing angles and OGS (One Glass Solution) touchscreen technology with HD and FHD resolution. Their smartphone models are claimed to be very stable and are 3G compatible. On the coming months they are releasing a smartphone with LTE compatibility.
JSR is on negotiations with mobile service operators in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Philippines for maybe making custom made devices. JSR already has a widespread market all around the world. Microsoft has sold a Windows Phone Software license to JSR for being able to make Windows Phone smartphones which are coming later by JSR. JSR sells more than 300,000 devices per month.
Finwe and vrAse show how the Smartphone-in-your-face powers the mass market virtual reality media of the future, it works!
I discovered the awesomeness that are Finwe and vrAse which quite simply made me understand the whole VR segment for the first time. The idea that we will simply use our Smartphones and Tablets to power really advanced mass market heads-up augmented reality applications, this is awesome. There isn't need for Facebook's $2 Billion Oculus VR.
So you have been seeing all the news about Finwe and vrAse right here on ARMdevices.net consider that websites TheVerge, CNET and co don't even know yet that this awesomeness exists.
http://antelife.com is a Shenzhen based online store selling some of the best Chinese cheap smartphones offering shipping throughout the world, mostly shipping to Europe at the moment. Some of these brands make the highest quality Chinese phones based on MediaTek, Qualcomm, Samsung, Broadcomm, Spreadtrum, Marvell, Nvidia and whichever other ARM Processors get to be available through the low to mid-range Chinese Smartphone market. At Antelife you can find some awesome phones whichever your budget at sub-$100, sub-$150, sub-$200, sub-$250, sub-$300 and at sub-$350. They sell a bunch of the awesome and interesting Chinese smartphone brands including XIAOMI, Innos, ZOPO, THL, JIAYU, UMI, Inew, Pulid, VINUS, Feiteng, Mpai, Haipai, Lenovo, AMOI, ZTE, HUAWEI, Newman, Iocean, CUBOT, DOOGEE, Pomp, Xiaocai, Mlais, OPPO, Mysaga, JIAKE, HTM, Utime, Coolpad, VOTO, UBTEL, Ulefone and more.
The Gionee Elife E7 is Gionee's flagship phone. Gionee has been around for 11 years and has 3 years of experience in the international market. The Gionee Elife E7 has a 5.5" (1920x1080) screen and a quadcore Snapdragon 800 processor, comes in either 16gb of storage with 2gb ram or 32gb storage with 3gb ram with no microsd card slot. The Elife E7 has an 8MP front facing camera and a 16MP back camera (with a high quality sensor), also comes in a variety of colors. It's already on the market with the primary place of sale being China.
The LG G Pro 2, launching with a large 5.9" FHD display on Qualcomm Snapdragon 800.
LG G2 Mini is affordable 540 x 960 pixels, 4.7 inches, KitKat, available in single SIM, dual-SIM, 3G, and 4G LTE variants, along with four colour options - Titan Black, Lunar White, Red, and Gold. The processors used are MSM8926 for LTE, and MSM8226 for 3G and the Latin American LTE variant (LATAM LTE) features a 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 4i.
Nokia makes Here Maps, to compete with Google Maps, Baidu Maps and Bing Maps. Now Nokia has ported Here Maps for Android, exclusively for now on the Nokia X Android phone. This video features an 18 minute overview of Nokia Here maps, including the UI, technology overview, automotive and more.
4K video recording and playback on a phone is amazing. Here Sony shows and talks about their Qualcomm S801 powered 4K video support on their new flagship Sony Xperia Z2 phone. They also show awesome 4K video playback using MHL 3.0 to a huge Sony 4K TV. Sony also ships a new stereo microphone accessory for higher quality microphone support.