Believe it or not, Android smartphones are still continuing to gobble up more market share. According to IDC, Android smartphones accounted for a ridiculous 81% of all phones shipped in Q3 (a good chunk of that was likely Samsung, too). All in all, Android shipments grew 51.3% year-over-year, and the smartphone market overall grew about 40% year-over-year.
Is there some way to find the VM budget for bitmaps?
My app displays two photographs at once and this is possible given appropriate scaling and colour depth, but, if the device has a bigger VM budget (as some do), I would like the app to use it for better image quality.
What would be a nice speced device to use as an android version of an ipod. my ideal choice would be the moto x. It has the perfect size, nice sized screen, and beautiful features. I have seen some on ebay with bad esn go for around $85. I know what your thinking.......moto g.......had it, too heavy.
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.
Well folks, this probably won’t come as much of a shock, but those persistent rumors of a pair of Nokia Lumia phablets were true after all. Nokia officially pulled back the curtains on the Lumia 1520 and 1320 at its big Nokia World show in Abu Dhabi today, and it’s clear that the company isn’t backing down the from challenge laid down by its mobile rivals.