G2 an android based phone

T-Mobile’s G2, an Android Phone

On the eve of 9Th September T mobile launches the successor of its android phone G1 named G2. This will be available in market in later of this month. But the exact dates and price  are not still unveiled by the company. But the customers can make a guess the price with the help of other phones present in the market now.

The features present in G2 are very nice and all moves around the Google. Like it contains Google Voice and was specifically designed for T-Mobile’s faster HSPA+ wireless network.  The makers call it a 4th generation phone, with support a speed of 14.4 Mb/s but theoretically. One more thing about the HSPA+ network support is it gives a speed of 21 Mb/s and it not available at everywhere. But the fact is that the HSPA+ speed already available in more than 55 cities reached 100 million people.

Screen             3.7 inch

Keypad            QWERTY

Processor        Snapdragon MSM7230 clocked at 800 MHz (It gives long battery life)

OS                       Android 2.2

This is not all it have some more stunning features like seven customizable home screens, with one-click access to Google apps, High Definition Camera (5Mp) with flash and autofocus. It comes with a 4 GB internal memory and a 8 GB microSD memory card and it can support up to 32GB.

So just wait and watch………………………….


Gmail”s Priority Inbox

These days almost all people faces a problem of too many mails in there mail boxes and in the rush of these mails some time they miss out some of their important mails.
To solve this problem Gmail launches a facility in their mail box called PRIORITY INBOX.

What is a priority Inbox?

A priority inbox is a sub part or simply a partition in the main Inbox and the main feature of this partition is that, it contain only those messages/mails whose priority is more and this priority is set by the user itself. If you don’t have time to configure manually than G mail’s server will do it by self by analyzing your activities. Priority Inbox divide your inbox into three sections:( 1)“Important and unread,”(2)“Starred” and (3)“Everything else”.

In this way we categorized our overloaded inbox into three different parts and we can easily find the emails.

How it looks:

The priority inbox

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