Acer unveiled the six-inch Liquid S2 at the IFA today. The mobile features high-end hardware and comes with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 800 chip.
VR-Zone had a chat with Qualcomm’s Senior Vice President of Product Management Raj Talluri about trends in the mobile sector.
When it rains, it pours. Rumors of an Asus PadFone Infinity sequel were timidly floating around a couple of months ago, though there was no mention of such a thing in that leaked roadmap from early August, and now the mysterious gadget has at last exploded into the mainstream media.
At a press event Thursday in Taipei, LG announced its new flagship phone G2 will be available for sale starting this October. Pre-order will start as early as September.
Just as everyone thought the Sony Xperia Z1 (aka Honami) rumor bonanza was bound to stop, since there appeared to be nothing left unraveled, two reports from China appeared on our doorsteps, bringing nothing really new to the table, but refusing to go unnoticed nevertheless.
The HTC One Max starred in a ton of unconfirmed reports, leaks and so on back in July and early August, but about ten days ago it oddly dropped off our radar. Fret not though, as the long lost brother of the highly acclaimed HTC One is now back with a vengeance.
Nokia’s upcoming 6-inch Windows Phone 8 device, codenamed ‘Bandit’, will be called the Lumia 1520 when it launches, according to the all-knowing evleaks.
Nokia’s Windows RT tablet is a reality whether people like it or not, and now, details on the specs of the device, codenamed Sirius, have surfaced online.
Oh noes, it seems LG will not go all in with its first tablet effort in two years after all. The G Pad, as it’ll likely be called, has been floating around the interweb for a few weeks now, being initially tipped to run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU.
Although it’s technically not yet confirmed, it’s no longer a national secret that Nokia is working on a 6-inch “phablet”. Codenamed “Bandit”, the big guy is reportedly headed for AT&T and could be the first WP8-based device to come with a full HD screen and quad-core CPU in tow.
Rumors regarding highly anticipated devices such as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 might be a dime a dozen, especially with less than a month left to its formal intro, but when a website with Sam Mobile’s track record publishes a spec sheet based on a trusted insider’s tip, we have to listen up.
Show of hands, who here has ever heard of the LG Optimus Vu 2? How about the first-gen device? Maybe the LG Intuition? No one? Didn’t think so. And yet a Vu 3 is reportedly in the works and due to be made official come next month’s IFA tech expo.
Could we soon see an Android smartphone powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset and a dazzling 4GB of RAM? The answer would be yes, if leaked details of a Chinese handset are to believed.
With roughly seven hours left to go until LG G2’s highly anticipated formal intro, we’re sad to inform you there’s basically nothing of interest still uncovered. We’ve seen the big guy caught on camera several times already, the spec sheet is as transparent as glass and even the exact product dimensions have been revealed.
Right on schedule, Pantech has unveiled the Vega LTE-A, which is the company’s third top-notch smartphone to see daylight in 2013, following on the footsteps of the massive Vega No 6 and the very sleek-looking Vega Iron.
Uh-oh, Intel is in trouble… again. As if the recent benchmark cheating accusations were not enough to put a dent into the seemingly impressive advancement of the company’s mobile chips, it appears one of Intel’s most notable partners is looking away from Santa Clara.
Well, looks like another Galaxy S4 variant will soon be joining the party, this time a Galaxy S4 Active powered by the Snapdragon 800 processor and headed to Samsung’s home country.
In spite of a rumor bonanza that has started many months ago, you can still count the number of official Snapdragon 800-powered devices on one hand. Not to mention that technically there’s only one such gadget people can score – the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A in Korea.
So you think the new Nexus 7 is impressive, huh? After all, it sports a super-crisp display, runs the latest Android version, packs 2 GB RAM and weighs an incredible 290 grams. Plus, it’s dirt-cheap. But how about you hold off for a couple months before deciding to buy or skip it?
The Sony Honami has allegedly shown up at a benchmark site as the “Sony C6903,” confirming specs such as a Snapdragon 800 CPU, Full HD display, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.