The SONY Ericsson XPERIA Play (possibly the worst kept secret in the Android world over the past few months) has finally been unveiled. While there’s been a lot of hype around this new handset, the specs are not that impressive. The SONY Ericsson XPERIA Play runs on Android 2.3 with a second generation 1GHz Snapdragon ... Read More »
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Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 Mini was the cutest Android phone we have ever seen, but it failed to charm the U.S. carriers and none of them picked it up. New leaked pictures suggest that Sony Ericsson will once again take a shot at the small form factor, but now they are beefing up ... Read More »
New shots of the HTC EVO Shift 4G appeard on Phone Arena this week and their tipster confirmed earlier reports that this device is Sprint’s version of the Desire Z (aka T-Mobile G2) with the addition of 4G WiMAX support.
Phone Arena refers to this device as a watered-down EVO since it only ... Read More »
Do smartphone benchmarks even matter? A lot of people would say “Nope” and I would agree with some, but we still like to run them every time a new version of Android is released or when a new processor hits the market. This last week Google launched the Nexus S with Android 2.3, ... Read More »
Last month we got a look at some leaked benchmark scores and determined the HTC G2 was going to offer about the same performance as the Samsung Galaxy S. Now we finally got a G2 in-house so I thought it was time to put both devices head to head and see which is ... Read More »
Today HTC announced the Desire HD, which now becomes their fastest Android phone. Many sites are labeling the Desire HD as the “European EVO” because both devices share a 4.3 inch display, but the Desire HD features a second-generation Snapdragon processor that uses a low-power 45nm process and offers four times the graphical performance.
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Some readers were concerned when they learned the T-Mobile G2 would have a CPU running at only 800 MHz, but some leaked graphics benchmarks indicate it should have roughly the same performance as the Samsung Galaxy S and the Motorola Droid X/2.
HTC held the performance crown for a short while when the Nexus One ... Read More »
Qualcomm announced today that their dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor (QSD8672) will not arrive in products until the end of next year and their dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragons (MSM8260 and MSM8660) would start appearing in devices during the first three months of 2011. This could mean trouble for Qualcomm because their competitors have announced dual-core ... Read More »
A couple of weeks ago I was the first to speculate the T-Mobile G2 would contain Qualcomm’s new MSM7230 CPU, but then several leaks kept suggesting it would be a regular old Snapdragon. Thanks to the G2 software dump we can now confirm the G2 will ship with the ... Read More »