So far, the Samsung GalaxyS and the HTC EVO have both been branded "with Google" on the back cover, yet neither of them seem to be running stock android. Am I mistaken, has Google changed this policy, or is this just a prototype snafu?
I think now it just means that Google worked with them and had a hand in designing the phone/software. Basically the phone has a stamp of Google's approval; and also access to all of Google's Apps and the Market.
So far it seems that Google is making the agreement that their name be posted on the new phones they sell and or help develop. I base this reasoning looking at the Nexus One, Samsung Moment and, Droid among other devices. Google seems to be coming out... (continues)
This feature is actually on the Moto Droid (and I'm assuming any device that runs 2.0 or higher). It has to be toggled from the menu though. (I believe there is an option for it to auto toggle over wifi)
all android phones (to my knowledge) show videos in 'high quality' when connected to wifi. not all phones though have the option to toggle between low and high quality while on 3g though, like the droid.
BUT, I think i saw they mentioned in one of ... (continues)
I noticed that the iphone version does not have the 'downloads' button. does that mean you cannot download files from opera mini on iphone? or that it is just missing a download manager to keep track of them all?