Is that a lab in your pocket? New sensors on Android devices will measure the following elements: position/orientation, ambient air, temperature, pressure, illumination, humidity, acceleration, and rotation. Phones will auto-answer when placed against the ear, which is incredibly convenient. Screens will automatically scroll down with eye movement, and there will be less waiting—Octa Core processors allow better and faster performance for your apps. In 2013, Quad-Core processors will be standard on most Android phones.
What new features are found on the newest version of Android—the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean? With this version, you can beam photos and videos between phones. Daydream allows your phone to share photos or current events while idle or locked. Integrated Google Now brings the user the information they need, when they need it. Wireless Display allows users to show anything on their screen and HDTV. Photo Sphere Camera creates immersive photo spheres that can be shared via Google+. Full screen magnification and Gesture modes make it a better UI for the visually impaired and blind.
Now, for the fun part—what are the newest Android phones? They include the LG Optimus G Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, and the HTC One. To see how these phones stack up against the iPhone 5, check out the infographic below presented by Startapp.
The Best of Android for 2013 [Infographic]
courtesy of StartApp
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