2.1 Update on the Moment?Support


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  1. Eric-VTX

    Eric-VTX Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,
    I'm a novist with Android platform as well as for touch screens!
    So what is it that we can expect with the 2.1 update on the moment?:rolleyes:

    1. More home screens?
    2. Better Fuctionalities?
    3. Animations? at least that what the sprint gut told when i bought the phone?
    4. Performance, as wel better app's
    5. etc.

    I just want to kinda get the sense of what i could expect like some of you are anxiously waiting to get it right now?:confused: thanks,
     

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  2. AdamR

    AdamR Active Member

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    Watch some videos of the nexus one.
     
  3. numus

    numus Banned

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    Native CDMA is the biggest factor.. the rest is just fluff
     
  4. Zardos

    Zardos Well-Known Member

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    Will it make the Moment multitouch compatible?

    Its not really needed, but it would be nice.
     
  5. Radical-J

    Radical-J Well-Known Member

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  6. numus

    numus Banned

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    Up to samsung and the hardware.. still no confirmation if the amoled panel samsung used is capable of multitouch (we assume it is because it would be stupid not to be... but no actual specification proof exists at this time that i am aware of)
     
  7. Thefoodman52

    Thefoodman52 Well-Known Member

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    It's capacitive touch... the only difference between this and the Hero's screen is that ours is a bit brighter and crisper, albeit having a very slight blue hue. This is just another thing I kind of sigh at... nobody but Sueing Susies run corporations or businesses now; if any issue arises, a lawyer and a multi-million lawsuit ensues. Where are the days when a simple confrontation and conversation solved things? We know you're a greedy fat, greasy slob who's only out to get money and screw everyone else over for your own benefit, but damn. You're not going to GET any benefits if you have nobody supporting your stuff.

    I wish some people would wake up and smell the sh#t that they've been throwing at each other blindly for years. Maybe then things would get DONE.
     
  8. numus

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    Yes corporations dont really care about the consumer (i learned this today from ford's not-so friendly customer service department on the phone)... but capacitive touch doesnt mean multi touch.. i highly doubt it isn't, but we still dont have specification confirmation it is
     
  9. caspertodd

    caspertodd Well-Known Member

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    Off topic I know, but I still don't see this. I have looked and looked for a bluish hue, and thankfully mine doesn't seem to have it. The colors are more true on mine than my wife's Hero. When she goes to the market, it is tough to see how many stars something has because the green is so faded.

    I'm expecting with the update a little less lag, Google voice search, multitouch, but most importantly for me true CDMA support. I am REALLY hoping that this fixes the screen wake issue when "Use Wireless Networks" is checked in Security and Location. I just want to leave my GPS on and let it activate as needed rather than having to go in the the menu and check those two boxes everytime I need to use it.

    My coworker has a Nexus One though with 2.1, and it seems like a lot of the apps won't work on his phone since the OS is so new.
     

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