Difference Between Android 2.3.3 and Android 2.3.4
The latest over the air version of Android 2.3.4 is a truly exciting device. The new updated version of Android allows the user to use voice or video chatting using Google Talk. The feature has a feature button to accommodate whatever mode the user is in, whether it is video, chat, or Google Talk contact list. This new feature allows the user to send others an invite to chat. Calls can be made using a 3G/4G video Wi-Fi connection or Network setting. The updated version has features that allow bugs to be fixed.
The Android 2.3 comes with an initial update for the Nexus S phones and will be launched at a later time. It has soft keyboards optimization for easier input with dictionary help. The multi key function allows the user to input numbers and symbols without changing the input mode. It has easier keys for copy and paste selection, and it has a battery meter wish is easy to view. It supports internet calling from other users on a different server, and it has a high-speed communication transfer. It has a user-friendly download manager that supports the retrieval and storage of information with ease. It also supports the use of multi cameras. The 2.3 Android devices includes the Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S II, LG Optimus, and Motorola Droid Bionic to name a few.
It has features for developers that are truly none stoppable. It has the ability to add new audio effect with API designed to create a creative audio environment. It has new sensors for native input, the ability to manage graphic content, the capability to access large assets of storage. It has built in audio formats, VP8 video formats, and WebM. It also support extra large screen displays.