What Apple ipad does not have right now, it may have in the near future especially with iPad 2 coming out in the market soon. The same goes with Android Tablets. This is seen as an unending battle between the two. What these two are undergoing right now is similar to how it was before in the cellular phone market. As one or two features become basic, additional and more sophisticated features are incorporated in cell phones. The Tablet market is no different from this.
Another cool feature of these handsets is their 8MP shutters. Both are with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels and dual-LED flash. They also have the same 1.3MP (720p) front-facing shutter. It can record videos at 1080 pixels and at 30 frames per second (fps).
Some of the rumors suggest that the handset will ship with 2GB worth of RAM and as much as 32GB worth of internal storage. A whopping 12MP shutter with 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities is also mentioned about this handset. There is also the mouth-watering 2GHz dual-core processor. Although we are rooting for the other rumor that says 1.5GHz Quad-core processor on this handset, but nothing is final yet.
Once installation and set up is complete, the spy app will start to record a variety of “events” that occur on the samsung galaxy S8 Tab. As these events are recorded, they are then uploaded in predefined intervals to your online account that is set up at time of purchase.
So when your phone’s battery life gets low you don’t have to go through the unenviable task of looking for your charger, or having it chained to a power source. All you have to do is flip the toggle switch on the mophie case from its standby mode in red to green, which means that it’s charging, and you get anywhere from 7 to 9 additional hours of battery life.
Fade to what looks like a black obelisk emblazoned with a Motorola logo. A bee buzzes into view, implying that the Motorola tablet will carry Honeycomb. In fact, Google’s Andy Rubin demo’ed Honeycomb back at D: Dive Into Mobile, on a Motorola tablet.
That said, the phone itself is impractical. The sheer physical bulk of it means it may or may not fit in your pants pocket. It fit the pocket in my Gap khakis, for example, but not my Levis. Indeed, pants manufacturers have struggled in recent years to keep pace with the growing size of ordinary smartphones. The design director at Dockers told me in April that he had to upsize the pockets in his pants to deal with these devices. Really.