New Android Demo from London Event
Here’s a little video of Android in action from today’s Google Developer Event over in London.Â The device used to demonstrate some of Android’s features looks like the same device we’ve been seeing for the last few months.Â This time, it might be the finished product as the carrier’s logo was taped over with initials on it.
Watch the video below to see a quick run through that shows off the accelerometer, GPS, and touch screen features.Â Mike Jennings, the developer giving the presentation, plays with a little program he created after a few hours.
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