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Monday, October 8, 2012

Android Dictionary-L


  • Launcher: Collectively, the part of the Android user interface on home screens that lets you launch apps, make phone calls, etc. Is built in to Android, or can be purchased in the Android Market.
  • Legacy: Code name for "old."
  • Legend: HTC's aluminum unibody phone with Android 2.1 and Sense.
  • LG: A Korean electronics and smartphone manufacturer.
  • LG Marquee: Launched on Sprint in October 2011, the Marquee has a 1 Ghz single-core processor, 512 MB RAM, and Gingerbread; the 4-inch NOVA display is a standout. 
  • LG Optimus 3D: An LG Android phone with 3D video capture.  It has a dual-core processor and dual channel memory, making it the fastest Android phone to date.
  • LG Optimus L3: ​LG's entry-level device for the style-conscious consumer.
  • LG Optimus L5: LG's 2012 mid-level Optimus handset for the style-conscious consumer.
  • LG Optimus L7: LG's high-end 2012 fashion device.
  • LG Optimus Pad: An 8.9 inch Android tablet from LG.  It ships with Honeycomb, and has dual cameras for 3D video capture.
  • Linux: An open source variant of Unix that is used as the underlying system on Android devices.
  • Live wallpapers: Animated wallpapers introduced in Android 2.1.
  • LTE: Stands for "Long-Term Evolution." Is considered to be one of the "true" methods of 4G data (even if it technically isn't). First rolled out by Verizon in late 2010, and then by AT&T in late 2011, and Sprint will begin using it in mid-2012.
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