Supported by Google this is an Open Handset Alliance that was founded by Andy Rubin back 10 years ago. ARM, Samsung, Intel as well as Motorola and HTC are some of the major software and hardware developers that has assisted in the maintanance of this open source platform known as Android. Branded as the G1 by T-mobile HTC Dream was the first phone to use Android. HTC EVO 3D smart phone was released on June 24 2011 and had the capability of taking 3D stereoscopic photos and also produce stereoscopic 3D effects.
There have been fantastic innovations in the tech world as LG and Google released the Nexus 4 with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro processor on 13th November 2012. By the third quarter of 2012 Samsung Galaxy S III had managed to sell more than 18 million pieces of the device.
Back in the year 2010 using Android OS Google managed to launch Nexus One. When Nexus one was first launched the multi-touch abilities were initially removed but later in 2012 through a firmware it was updated.
With the introduction of iPhone 4S more than a million copies were ordered within the first 24 hours of its sale. The reason is because the features that it came with were one of a kind as it was the first smart phone to have an 8 megapixel camera capable of recording 1080p video at 30 frames per second and it was also able to work on both CDMA and GSM networkds.