Indian phone maker Lava will reportedly introduce an updated model of the current Xolo Q1000 model. The new model will be named the Q1000S and will feature a faster, 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU.
During Intel’s ‘Design in Asia’ tour, we had chance to peep into the labs…
If Intel has pushed Haswell OEM-use chips into retail channels, they are proving to be elusive.
Thought that the 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 mobile processor clock speed is just insane? Think again. 3 GHz ARM processors to land in 2014, chaos ensues.
GizChai reports that Lava Mobiles is all set to unveil their very first Tegra 3 powered Xolo Play Android Smartphone in the Indian market.
A new report suggests that the Micromax Canvas 4 might actually be a rebranded Wiko Heaven Stairway. This goes against the previous reports that the Canvas 4 is nothing but a rebranded Blue Life One.
Benchmarks confirm that the newly announced HTC Butterfly S 5.0-inch Smartphone by HTC manages to squeeze out more performance than the 2013 flagship HTC One. Does that mean we have a new flagship in our hands?
The long awaited and much delayed Hisilicon K3V3, to replace the company's aging K3V2 chipset, will actually be a powerful Octa-core processor, will power future Huawei devices. Whether the Octa-core is a true 8-core or an ARM big.LITTLE design implementation is yet to be discovered.
The newly revealed MediaTek MT6592 8-core SoC might have a top-tier OEM name attached to it already. Reports say that Sony is working on its own Smartphone based on the MT6592 chipset.
Less than a week after the launch of the Snapdragon 800 powered Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the new Adreno 330 GPU gets thoroughly tested, passes with flying colors.
Popular Smartphone chipset manufacturer MediaTek is getting ready to drop an 8-core processor on top of us, by the end of July.
Continuing with their efforts to distance themselves from, and reduce their dependency on Samsung, Apple signs massive chip manufacturing deal with TSMC for next-generation, 20nm chips.
Yet another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 gets revealed. Unlike the others, this one comes in the same dimensions and specifications save for one little aspect, the chipset.
The recently announced ATIV Q dual-boot (Android and Windows 8) tablet by Samsung brought to us the first ever Core i5 powered Android tablet/hybrid, and boy is the chip breaking records in the ARM dominated mobile world.
Say hello to the Toshiba REGZA AT703, the world’s first Tegra 4 based smart device (tablet) to go on sale.
Qualcomm has expanded its Snapdragon 200 family with six new additions, along with the introduction of the new Adreno 302 GPU.
G00d news folks, prices for chipsets used in powering tablets and Smartphones might decline between 10-20% in the 2H of 2013 owing to strong competition from rival chip makers. This in turn should drive the retail price of final products down.
A new report suggests that the first Tizen 2.0 powered Smartphones from Samsung will run on the company’s own Exynos 4 chipsets.
Rockchip Electronics announced their next generation 28nm SoCs for tablets based on GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) manufacturing process.
According to an unnamed AMD source the company’s new FX-9590 and FX-9370 are clocked at 4.7GHz and 4.4GHz, respectively, and have a total power draw in the range of 220W. These might be the the ones to hold the fort until actual new FX silicon based on 28nm Steamroller cores.