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Archos 50b, 50c Oxygen Are Budget Quad, Octa-core Smartphones – Android Community

Expanding its reach, Mozilla touts Firefox OS apps running on Android — Tech News and Analysis

Archos 50b, 50c Oxygen Are Budget Quad, Octa-core Smartphones - Android Community android-apps-icons

HTC One Before you all bust a spleen about the HTC One’s mighty tumble from top spot hear us out. Unless you’re desperate to pay slightly less per month, the new HTC One M8 does everything the One does – just a whole lot better. If you’ve got your heart set on HTC’s Sense UI, its Ultrapixel camera, or the sultry premium design you’re better off spending a little bit of extra cash and nabbing yourself the superior One M8. That said, if your budget really can’t stretch that far the HTC One is still an accomplished handset which feels great in the hand and works wonderfully well – although the battery life can be a little hit and miss Quick Verdict The original One still deserves its place in the top ten, but remember that this has one year fewer in terms of HTC promising to keep it upgraded, so if you pick it up now you might not get the newer versions of the software in 12 months time. See the best HTC One deals 7.
Original version, visit http://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/best-android-phone-which-should-you-buy-717819

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Also, both variants will have the same 2,000maAh batteries. Again we wonder if a little more battery power could have been given to the octa-core variant, which is sure to need more juice turning 8 cores. On the upside though, both variants are sure to be able to handle HD multimedia with ease. Archos is touting even the 50b Oxygen to be able to handle full HD 1080p recording with its 8MP rear camera.
Original version, visit http://androidcommunity.com/archos-50b-50c-oxygen-are-budget-quad-octa-core-smartphones-20140613/

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The apps are all built with HTML5, meaning they arent like the native apps youd find on Android or on iOS or Windows Phone, for that matter. These are more akin to the third-party web apps available for the original iPhone in 2007. Firefox OS apps have more functionality than those web apps from seven years ago, however: The company has been working on various APIs that let HTML5 apps access phone hardware such the camera, gyroscope and internal storage, for example. Heres a look how this all works on Android phones: You can install Firefox OS apps from Mozillas online marketplace : Theres actually quite a bit of affinity between Mozillas smartphone platform and Googles. When Mozilla first started what is today called Firefox OS, it was actually implemented as Boot 2 Gecko on a few select Android handsets. Like Android, it runs on a Linux kernel as well. Ironically, its also similar to Googles Chrome OS as it too runs a web-based environment atop Linux.
Original version, visit http://gigaom.com/2014/06/13/expanding-its-reach-mozilla-touts-firefox-os-apps-running-on-android/

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