The ATRIX™ 4G smartphone announced by Motorola today at CES 2011 will be powered by a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of ram, a high resolution qHD 24-bit colour display and comes with Android 2.2 Froyo preinstalled. This is Motorola’s 1st 4G phone, while other 4G phones already out in the market includes HTC EVO and
At the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, Korean manufacturer LG will showcase their glasses-free 3D for mobile devices, the new Optimus Black smartphone running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and three elegant laptops – LG P210, LG P420 and LG A520.
Sony Ericsson is well-known for their Xperia smartphones, and at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company has unveiled the new Xperia Arc that is slim, lightweight and sports an extremely stylish design. Read on for the news release
Amazon has announced the opening of a new Android app store to compete with Apple’s, and also a developer portal for coders who are interested in creating apps for the Android-based devices. On top of that, the online retailer has also announced the Kindle app for Windows Phone 7.
Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has announced its product lineup for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at Las Vegas, from 6 to 9 January this week. Among the products include the tablet devices: Eee Pad MeMO, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and Eee Slate EP121.
The Samsung Galaxy S was officially launched in June last year. And within seven months, it has achieved a milestone of 10 million unit sales, averaging 1.4 million smartphones per month.
When Google CEO Eric Schmidt claimed that the iPad was nothing more than an oversized iPhone, it was only a matter of time before some enterprising OEM in China comes out with a slate PC that resembles the iPhone 4. And today, it seems that such a device has finally come into existence with the
While Nexus S may be the first smartphone to run the new Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS, but already there are prototype devices which are running the next version of the OS called ”Honeycomb”, though it has not been finalized whether it will be version 2.4 or 3.0. Regardless, the media player for Android “Honeycomb” sports a sleek
Remember the upcoming Motorola MotoPad that runs Android (Honeycomb) operating system? Well, apparently the name is going to be Droid Xoom and the tablet device will not have 4G LTE support. Not that it is a must-have feature.
Toshiba may have launched the AS100 last year, and it looks like the maker will be announcing a new Toshiba tablet device at this CES Show. Powered by dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, the tablet runs Android Honeycomb and has a 10.1-inch multi-touch display.
While Google’s latest Nexus S Android smartphone was recently launched in US and some parts of the world, it looks like the phone may face some problems with some telcos who are reluctant to sell the phones. The reason? The search engine giant insists on its distinctive software apps which makes its difficult for carriers (especially in Korea)
There is no denying that the iPhone is the single device which is capable of making other standalone gadgets obsolete due to its capabilities. But even then, that has not stopped various smartphone OEMs from proudly attempting to make something which has often been touted as the “iPhone killer”. And this time, the latest ‘iPhone
Despite other manufacturers who have launched their tablet devices, HTC has none yet to compete in this space. But that could change next year as the Taiwanese company has filed a trademark to the names “Scribe” and “HTC Scribe” which hint at the possibility of the tablet device.
While Android has been playing catch up to Apple’s App store, it looks like the Google camp has just secretly welcomed their milestone 200,000 apps; Apple’s App store is reported to offer 300,000 apps and growing.
Another Sony Ericsson smartphone has been spotted and it looks to be running the new Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) mobile operating system. With a form factor that closely resembles the Xperia X10 mini, this phone could well be the successor to it.
Looks like a new Sony Ericsson phone has been spotted on Picasa, aside from the PSP phone. Codenamed “Hallon”, the Android smartphone will be under the Xperia series and could be running the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Samsung has the answer to Apple’s iPod Touch, and it comes in the form of Galaxy Player - in short, a Samsung Galaxy S minus the phone functionality. And according to news, the Galaxy Player will be unveiled at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show.
The Motorola Defy was announced earlier this month and claims to offer all the features and performance of a smartphone. And in addition, it is dust-proof, water and scratch resistant. So is it really as good as it’s said to be? Read on.
The Motorola Milestone has been retailing in Singapore since March, and the maker has plans of the mobile operating system updates for the Android 2.1-powered phone. Just that despite the long wait, Motorola said the Android 2.2 Froyo update would be available in Q1 next year, for users in Europe (and hopefully other countries too).
While Nokia has already said it will not go for Android, but Windows Phone 7 instead, hacker Alexey Roslyakov (DrunkDebugger) has managed to replace the Nokia N900′s Maemo 5/MeeGo operating system with Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).