The long-waited Dell Venue, also known as the Thunder in its early development stages, has been given a price tag of US$499. Similar to the Venue Pro, the Venue offers a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 (Snapdragon) CPU and a large 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capactive multi-touch screen, but drops the slide-out keypad and runs on Google’s Android
Just two weeks before Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, a LG smartphone with glass-free 3D screen has been leaked. And it is believed to be the LG Optimus 3D. Update: LG has confirmed that the LG Optimus 3D smartphone will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Garmin-Asus is no new player in the smartphone industry, but what’s new is their latest addition to the family, and also their first take on Google’s Android platform. Brewing in the vat for some time, the company released not one but two flavors of the Android smartphone to the market, the nuvifone A10 and A50.
Yes, you read right. The long awaited tablet from RIM, the Playbook, may be able to run applications for Android. How is that possible? More details inside.
Looks like owners of Android-powered slate PCs and tablets will not have to worry about not being able to find apps in the Android Market that are optimized for their larger displays. In what must be a clear sign that Google is taking the tablet market very seriously, the search giant has seeded a preview
Motorola has recently denied power issues that exist on dual-core smartphones, Motorola Atrix 4G and Droid Bionic and that both phones will be shipped in February as per schedule.
Looks like Angry Birds fans will have more to look forward to this year. With the popular game recently made available on laptops and Mac machines, it looks like the developer isn’t going to stop just there. Apparently, a Valentine’s Day edition is due to be out next month; Angry Birds 2 is in the making;
Samsung has a new Android smartphone that is recently launched in US, called Samsung Gem. Designed with decent hardware and affordability, the phone is carried by Verizon Wireless.
Seems like consumers who desire a true ‘stock’ installation of Android on a slate PC device can heave a sigh of relief now that Motorola has finally made public its official stance on customized first-party ROMs. In response to a query made by Android.PandaApp, the company has confirmed that its upcoming XOOM tablet will not
Exactly three weeks ago, VR-Zone posted some information about an upcoming slate PC from Toshiba that was slated to receive the Android Honeycomb treatment and will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC for some high-performance smartphone computing. And if that has got your interest, we got news for you: Toshiba has just released more information about
According to Korean newspapers, Nocut news, Samsung is likely to unveil the new Samsung Galaxy S2 (formerly codenamed Seine) at next month’s Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.
HTC may make some of the better Android-powered smartphones in the market, but the Taiwanese OEM has no offerings that can go head to head with the Android-powered tablets currently flooding the market. This does not mean that it has nothing up its sleeves though: now that the company has announced plans to make its
Remember how we posted an article some time back about users reportedly being successful in hacking Google’s Google TV operating system to be usable with the Android Market? Well, it seems that the hackers need not have bothered after all: apparently, a Logitech representative had jumped the gun by passing an offhand comment about Google
And no, we are not referring to ‘that’ kind of cherry, despite how it may sound. But if you fancy an Android-powered tablet that has the raw computing horsepower and hardware to go up toe to toe against Samsung’s popular (and overpowered) Galaxy Tab, China may just be the best place to be for the
It is official. Android 2.2 Froyo update is now available for HTC Wildfire and HTC Legend smartphones. Well, for HTC Legend owners, the update has already been available in December last month, but if you haven’t updated it yet, you should.
Earlier, we reported about the Samsung Galaxy Ace which was spotted on the Thailand website. It seems that this is only one of the three smartphones which could be announced at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona.
Based on the success of the Samsung Star, the manufacturer has unveiled the phone’s successor, Star II which is designed to provide superior social networking experience for users anytime, anywhere.
The Huawei IDEOS X6 may have been launched since late last year, however, the Android smartphone has only got approval from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently. This means that the IDEOS X6 will be hitting the shelves in US fairly soon.
Claims made by higher authority in large corporations can make for interesting reading material, especially when their predictions about how the market will react to certain issues do not always go as planned. And Acer is no exception to the rule. Barely four months after its president claimed that netbooks can hold its own against
A new Samsung Android smartphone, called the Galaxy Ace, has been spotted on a Thai website. It has a 3.5-inch display, run Android 2.2 Froyo and comes with a 5-megapixel built-in camera. More information inside.