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[News] Symbian Guru Dumps Symbian for Linux/Android, Android 3.0 Rumours Float

  • Subject: [News] Symbian Guru Dumps Symbian for Linux/Android, Android 3.0 Rumours Float
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 03 Jul 2010 13:54:33 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Symbian-Guru.com Is Over

,----[ Quote ]
| As of today, I will no longer be updating 
| Symbian-Guru.com, and will be purchasing 
| an Android-powered smartphone â my new 
| Nexus One should arrive tomorrow. Iâve 
| been a Nokia fanboy since 1999, and a 
| Symbian fanboy since I got my Nokia 6620 
| in summer of 2004. Since then, Iâve 
| personally owned 10+ different Symbian-
| powered smartphones, and have reviewed 
| nearly every Symbian-powered smartphone 
| thatâs been released in the past 3 years 
| or so. Iâve tried to use all of Nokiaâs 
| various products and services to the best 
| of my ability, and I just canât do it 
| anymore.


Gingerbread will split Android into two, rumors say

,----[ Quote ]
| Android 3.0 "Gingerbread" will be a high-
| end format supporting 1280 Ã 760 
| resolution and requiring a 1GHz processor, 
| essentially splitting the operating system 
| into two platforms, says UnwiredView. 
| Meanwhile, HTC and Sprint are readying an 
| Android smartphone with a 2GHz processor 
| and 1080p video recording, says 
| OzcarGuide, while TmoNews says HTC is 
| prepping an Android phone for T-Mobile 
| with dual 800MHz processors.


Android 3.0 Rumored for Q4 2010 

,----[ Quote ]
| Rumors are circulating about Google's next 
| version of Android, the open source, 
| Linux-based mobile operating system. 
| Version 3.0 (Codename: Gingerbread) will 
| supposedly require a 1GHz CPU and at least 
| 512MB of RAM onboard, making it a shoe-in 
| for high-end smartphones. Gingerbread will 
| also support a screen resolution as high 
| as 1280x760. 



Symbian development using Linux on real lifeâ

,----[ Quote ]
| Iâm sure that Symbian development on Linux
| is near, and it will be massively adopted
| when those tools became part of QtCreator
| for linux. For those who canât wait, or
| think that VIM is the best IDE ever, I hope
| those tips can help you. =)

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