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Onscreen buttons are sexy and innovative, capacitive buttons make the phone longer and almost irregular. Thinking like that is the reason we still have them 3 versions after Google eliminated the need for capacitive buttons.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on More Images Of The HTC M7 Have Been Revealed - Confirms Re-Mapping Of Capacitive Buttons
I will go back to HTC when they finally embrace onscreen buttons.
Not to ruin your article, as it is a good one, but Android 1.0 was never released, the first release of Android was 1.5 and that was Cupcake. Android .5 and Android 1.0 were beta before even Google owned Android. And I really don't think Android 5.0 will be Key Lime Pie as now that Google is back to doing the normal numbering system, KLP will most likely be Android 4.3 much like Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, and Gingerbread were successors to 2.0. The only reason they did a numbering system jump was to signify that ICS was above Honeycomb but also compatible with phones. Thus, Android 4.0 instead of Android 2.4
1 year ago on Google Employee Somewhat Confirms Android 5.0 Will Be Called Key Lime Pie
It's probably a Nexus Camera. 3 inch screens are standard on most point and shoots.
1 year, 1 month ago on [RUMOR] Google Employee Posts Photos On Picasa Taken From A Nexus 3
It's quite obvious, what screen size is standard for point-and-shoot cameras? 3 inches. Maybe a Google Branded Android powered Camera.