Hi guys I've been looking for a cheap android phone as my iPhone 4 is on its last legs and I've promised the girlfriend I'll buy a cheapish phone to get me through xmas and new year then maybe take a contract out next year.
I've narrowed it down to 2 phones a next to new htc DHD and the vodafone smart 3 both are very cheap at £75 but just want abit more info on the smart if anyone knows much abou
Recently my phone was dropped from my desk.Unfortunately,it was broken.
i am considering buying a cheap one.How do you think this one?Or some other cheap to introduce? Any advice is ok. Thanks.
Multi-Touch 8" Capacitive Screen
512M RAM + 4G ROM
I'm looking for a cheap Android phone I can pull apart and use the internals for various DIY projects. Does anyone know of any? I'd strongly prefer to keep it under $60 USD, and it'd be best if I could completely separate the internals from the casing of the phone. Super bonus points if it uses hardware buttons (and thus has a smaller digitizer) and can run CyanogenMod.
I have an web based app that will grab a picture from a mobile camera or gallery and upload it into a database we use to store pictures. I need to order a bunch of cheap devices that have serviceable cameras that will connect only to this one server via wifi and never serve any other purpose. The wifi will be locked down to only allow access to this servers IP address.
I've recently gotten a new tablet, and it's one of those cheap "brandless" ones, which I'm generally not a fan of, but I got it as a present, so what can I say.
At least it's not so cheap that the tablet thinks it's a phone, or that it uses the phone-version of Android, as with the previous tablet that I used.
But this one works surpr
I bought some NFC tags yesterday and I have been playing with them since then.
I really bought them out of curiosity and because they were cheap. So far the only use I have thought of is to enable my phone to recognise when it is in my cheap desk dock (I could have achieved something similar with a soldering iron, a bunch of resistors and a bit of time but this was easier).