Saturday, November 3, 2012

Android 4.2 Photo Sphere and Multiple User Account

For now, taking a 360-degrees panoramic photo shoots is quite impossible for any available Android-powered devices to attained. However, Google is up for another version of their renowned operating system that will make everything possible. And that will include a Photo Sphere app and multiple account support. We probably need to expect a major changes that will come first to Nexus 7 slates before it became live for other tablet and smartphone users.

According to our source, Android 4.2 will provide a quick access for the device settings and configurations through a pull-down menu located on its home screen. It looks like a typical widgets of Windows OS that docks in the right-side of the platform by default. A multiple account in a single device will now possible and switching from one user to another will be made easier.

Android 4.2 Photo Sphere Demo

Locking a typical Android-powered devices supported by upcoming updates is also accessible from a selected widget added by its user. Miracast wireless technology app is added to enhance the display features of its supported device.

Currently, the upcoming Nexus 7 tablet will demonstrate these features. Its NVidia Tegra 3 quad-core technology is probably capable of bringing this anticipations to reality. Check the following YouTube video below posted by Google Nexus introducing their new 7-inch handheld workstation:

Some reported problems coming from the predecessors of Google's OS will be addressed by the upcoming update aside from its additional features.

Join us as we continue to follow Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) in other upcoming tablets aside from Nexus 7 after of this break.



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