We love market shares and usage statistics. The latest number crunching has to do with who consumes the most data and compares basic phones to smartphones to tablets. Since the rise of the smartphone, we’ve seen a constantly increasing usage of data on smartphones, hitting an extremely high 78 – 79% in 2011 and 2012.
The touchscreen big bang for Android based smartphone is continue to rock the smartphone spectrum, that has provided unlimited opportunities for smartphone manufacturers like Samsung, HTC which as shipped the most Android based phone in 2011. The recent technological explosion in smartphones has resulted in unique and innovative features, each one trying to outrank others.
The UX design and features found on LG’s G3 flagship will reportedly be brought to future LG entry-level and midrange smartphones and tablets, a company release said today.
The standardization of the UX features from the G3 is part of an effort to make its less-premium hardware feel more high-end compared to competing devices from other OEMs.
Some specific features brought over to other dev
Right now I am developing an app which works fine on smartphones and in theory also on phablets but not on tablets. The width of a tablet it too large so I need new layouts for tablets. But the app is fine on a LG G3 for example, i tested it with my own device.
But I am having trouble on how to support large smartphones but not tablets.
Meet the Panasonic DMC-CM1 cameraphone. Inside is a massive image sensor on par with top-tier pocket cameras, yet the whole package is still rather svelte. With the DMC-CM1 Panasonic is returning to the smartphone market in an important way. Two years ago Panasonic pulled the plug on its smartphones following disappointing sales of the Eluga handsets.