It’s still too early to say when the NVIDIA Tegra 3 Plus powered HTC One X+ will be made available to consumers, but new documents show that the FCC recently got to spend some quality time with the handset. The only new details revealed by the FCC certification documents is that the PM63100 model of ... Read More »
Apple may have come out on top when a jury ruled that dozens of Samsung phones infringed on Apple patents and trade dress, but that doesn’t mean Samsung and other Android OEMs will simply let the new iPhone 5 hit the market without a bit or resistance. There are at least a dozen Android powered devices being ... Read More »
Announced alongside the Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR HD MAXX this afternoon, the Droid RAZR M is Motorola’s attempt at low-cost Android device that doesn’t sacrifice specs to get there.
With a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera, Verizon LTE, global roaming capabilities, NFC and Android 4.0, the RAZR ... Read More »
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After months of rumors and leaks, Motorola has just officially unveiled the the Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR HD MAXX at their “On Display” event in New York City.
Touted as the most compact HD smartphone to date, the Droid RAZR HD comes rockin’ a 4.7-inch 720p display, 2500 mAh battery, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, ... Read More »
Rumors about the LG Optimus G have been keeping us busy, but the speculation can now come to an end. LG has officially unveiled the Optimus G – its new flagship phone powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with integrated LTE connectivity. But the fun doesn’t stop there. LG ... Read More »
With Sprint’s first foray into 4G perhaps now suitably behind them, they have hit the switch on their LTE network and can begin to try in earnest to catch up with Verizon and AT&T before T-Mobile can get in on the party next year.
Sprint is easing it’s way into things with less than a dozen ... Read More »
I might have misfired with my prediction that Sony’s little Facebook experiment would be the ion. A matter of days later, we have confirmation that the ion will make its promised Q2 2012 release date on AT&T by the skin of its teeth.
The ion will be the first Sony sans Ericsson smartphone to ... Read More »
Today NVIDIA announced that their Icera 410 LTE multimode data modem was successfully validated by AT&T for operation on its 4G LTE network. This modem is designed for tablets and clamshell devices, but it’s an important step for NVIDIA that could lead to Icera LTE modems appearing in Tegra-powered smartphones.
“Validation with AT&T is an achievement that paves ... Read More »
Samsung was the first major manufacturer to get into the Android tablet game a year and a half ago with the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab. It was an excellent piece of hardware, but there was no official support for tablets on Android, it was really expensive and was initially only available with a data plan. ... Read More »
Anyone planning on buying the newly launched Galaxy Nexus from Sprint may want to hold off for a week or two. A handful of new Galaxy Nexus owners are reporting issues connecting to Sprint’s 3G network. From what we can tell, affected users are able to send and receive phone calls and text ... Read More »