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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Android Dictionary-D

 Android Dictionary 

 

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  • Dalvik Cache: Writable cache that contains the optimized bytecode of all apk files (apps) on your Android device. Having the information in it's own cache makes applications load faster and perform better.
  • Defy: A 3.7-inch Android 2.1 device from Motorola on T-Mobile.
  • Defy Mini: A mid-level Android 2.3 device for Europe and China from Motorola. Has a 3.2-inch display and 600 MHz processor.
  • Desire: An HTC phone announced in February 2010; basically the Nexus One with the Sense user interface.
  • Desire HD: The follow-up to the Desire, with a larger screen, more memory and Android 2.2
  • Desire Z: The European version of the G2.
  • Dext: The non-U.S. version of the Motorola Cliq.
  • Devour: A mid-range Motorola phone for Verizon with a sliding keyboard and Motoblur.
  • DLNA: Dynamic Living Network Alliance. A method for wirelessly streaming photos and videos from your smartphone to your TV.
  • Donut: Android 1.6. (More on Android versions here.)
  • Dream: See G1.
  • Droid: An extremely popular horizontal slider made by Motorola on the Verizon network. The first to run Android 2.0 (and Android 2.0.1). Is currently running Android 2.1. Also the name for a line of Verizon Android phones.
  • Droid 2/Droid 2 Global: Launched in August 2010, the Droid 2 follows the lines of the original Droid, with some keyboard refinements and a faster processor. Launched with Android 2.2. Was quickly replaced by a CDMA/GMS "world" version that works outside the U.S.
  • Droid 3: The third iteration of the original Droid on Verizon from Motorola, with a dual-core processor and qHD display. 
  • Droid 4: Motorola's fourth iteration of Motorola's original Droid. Has a redesigned keyboard and a non-removable battery. Also on Verizon.
  • Droid Bionic: Made by Motorola, a 4.3-inch dual-core Tegra 2 phone with a qHD display and LTE data.
  • Droid Eris: Manufactured by HTC for Verizon, was one of the first phones to run the HTC "Sense" user interface. Currently is end-of-life. U.S. version of the Hero.
  • Droid Incredible: Manufactured by HTC for Verizon. Featured an AMOLED screen, which later led to shortages.
  • Droid Incredible HD: See Thunderbolt.
  • Droid Pro: A 3.1-inch phone from Motorola with a full QWERTY keyboard on the front. Launched on Verizon with Android 2.2.
  • Droid RAZR: A 4.3-inch smartphone from Motorola on Verizon. Is 7.1mm thin at its skinniest point. Has a non-removable battery.
  • Droid RAZR MAXX: Like the Droid RAZR, only with a 3300 (also non-removable) battery.
  • Droid X: Motorola's 4.3-inch touchscreen only phone, announced in June 2010 for a July launch on Verizon.
 
 
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