An “European EVO” with a 4.3 inch display, 768 MB of RAM and faster CPU.
On full brightness, the Nexus One without Flash Player got 3 hours and 45 minutes. Playing the video through Flash Player gave a battery life of 3 hours and 8 minutes. Not a big dropoff. At half brightness it was even better. The Nexus One without Flash got 3 hours 56 minutes and the Flash version got 3 hours and 31 minutes. Just a 10.5% change, which isn’t bad at all considering everything Flash Player does.
200+ page user guide by Anonimac, AndroidForums member:
Many phones nowadays have cameras with 5 megapixels and above. Let’s take a closer look:
Looks like the Nexus One is using sharpening while Galaxy is not. The image from the Milestone is sharp but very noisy.
Now, another test:
Community ROM based on the AOSP 2.1 source code for HTC G1.
This update also includes Google Googles and updated Maps app:
- Starred items synchronized with maps.google.com – access your favorite places from your phone or computer
- Search suggestions from your personal maps.google.com history – makes it easy to search for places you’ve searched for before
- Night mode in Google Maps Navigation – automatically changes your screen at night for easier viewing and driving
Want this update right now? Here’s a method for devices with LOCKED bootloader:
- Make sure you have enough battery.
- Download update file: here or here.
- Rename the file to update.zip
- Copy the update.zip file onto your SD card.
- Turn off the phone, then power on while holding down the trackball.
- In the next screen, select ‘Recovery’.
- After phone reboot, you should see an exclamation point inside a triangle.
- Press the Power button and Volume Up button at the same time.
- Select “Apply sdcard:update.zip” with trackball.
Via Android Forums
This update also available for unlocked phones in CyanogenMod 5.0.