20th Century Fox to allow digital downloads of purchased Blu-ray titles to Android phones
0. phoneArena 23 Jul 2011, 13:05 posted on
Bypassing the Netflicks and Jetflicks and Blockbusters of this world, 20th Century Fox says it will allow those purchasing a Blue-ray DVD after October to download the content to a PC and from there, send it to the users Android phone...
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1. rican (Posts: 132; Member since: 02 Jul 2011)
damn we are gonna need 100 gig memory cards soon, and can we even watch blue ray movies on our phones?
2. Alex (unregistered)
My guess would be that it would be the equivalent of digital copy
3. xyzdragon (unregistered)
first of all, blue ray is spelled wrong it is blu-ray. anyway for the little 5in screen do we really going for 1080p i think 720p is good enough.
10. jura21 (Posts: 30; Member since: 20 Jun 2011)
but the tablets can surely bring 1080p movies to life...
6. HTC_Thunderbolt (unregistered)
Where do you get free Android movies
7. JReekes (unregistered)
Blu-ray flavored DVD's
Anybody else find this contradicting?
That's like saying a vinyl flavored cassette tape
9. jura21 (Posts: 30; Member since: 20 Jun 2011)
maybe its a BD rip at 1080p....like those found on torrents sites....they come at 4-5gb for the full movie
8. jura21 (Posts: 30; Member since: 20 Jun 2011)
m sure the tablets will increase in sales if BD streaming and downloads are allowed....too bad the galaxy tab doesnt come with a mem card...but s BD movie should be 10-12gb i guess??