Almost a year ago, there were rumors that Motorola was working on a pair of smartphones powered by Tegra 3. Our friend Kellen of Droid-Life reported these were codenamed Bullet and Jet. Since then no information has leaked and we thought the projects were dead, but now details have appeared of a device ... Read More »
The HTC name changing game continues this morning with the introduction of the HTC One V, which was previously known as the HTC Primo. The device is said to be a music-focused device with Beats Audio integration featuring a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass, a 1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM and a 5 megapixel ... Read More »
The HTC Flyer may be last year’s model, running on a single-core 1.5GHz processor with a 7-inch display, but we’re sure a few of you might be a little intrigued by the Android tablet if we said you could pick one up today for less than $200. Buy.com is selling the refurbished HTC ... Read More »
One of the biggest complaints surrounding the GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the lack of expandable storage. For those who prefer life in the cloud, it’s not a big deal. For others, it’s a deal breaker; 16GB simply isn’t enough. The Verizon Galaxy Nexus comes with 32GB of internal storage, or twice the amount of ... Read More »
Paul O’Brien of MoDaCo claims an anonymous source within LG has leaked him screenshots and benchmarks from the upcoming LG X3 superphone. Though LG has had a bit of a checkered past with high-end Android devices, if Mr. O’Brien’s sources are accurate, the X3 may turn quite a few heads when it’s unveiled later this month ... Read More »
If you thought Samsung was done making new tablets for a while, you were dead wrong. We can’t necessarily blame you, as Samsung now has manufactured tablets in nearly every size (and 2 at the 7.0″ screen size). Though we were originally told that Samsung would not make a big splash ... Read More »
A Verizon Wireless employee just sent me a taunting email to inform us that they will soon be receiving a limited edition of the Motorola Droid RAZR. The device will be offered to employees only at the discounted price of $99 for a 16 GB model or $199 for a 32 GB MAXX model.
According to a rumor making its way around the webosphere this morning, owners of HTC smartphones and tablets will soon be able to play PlayStation certified games on their devices. Pocket-Lint is reporting that Sony and HTC could make the announcement yet this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The move is made possible through ... Read More »
Chinese manufacturer Huawei is mostly known for their low-end smartphones in the US, but the company has been revealing some pretty impressive high-end devices at recent trade shows. At CES they showed off the Ascend P1 S, which was billed as the thinnest smartphone at 6.68 mm thick and also one of the ... Read More »
Last month at CES, Intel and Motorola announced a multi-year, mult-device partnership and now both companies are expected to unveil the first device from that deal at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Details are scarce at this point, but Evan Blass of PocketNow posted up the first image of the device ... Read More »