Leaked previously as the upcoming HTC device with a 6MP camera, new details surrounding the Vigor have made their way online today thanks to NenaMark. Not only do we now know more on the processor and display, but we also might have a clue as to which carrier will be backing the Vigor.
I would love to be in Andy Rubin’s shoes right now. In May he told us Google was planning a 3rd Nexus device. Now every Android player is knocking his door down trying to get a piece of the action. We likely won’t know the final details on this device for several more ... Read More »
Can a smartphone really offer a viable replacement for a digital point-and-shoot camera? T-Mobile just announced the HTC myTouch 4G Slide which they claim offers the “most advanced camera of any smartphone”.
We will find out if they can live up to that promise soon since the myTouch 4G Slide joins T-Mobile’s exclusive myTouch ... Read More »
EXCLUSIVE speculation! Nexus Prime to be made by HTC… or LG… or… Motorola or Samsung or Sony Ericsson
At this year’s Google IO I had the opportunity to ask Andy Rubin about anything, and I chose to pop the question about a possible Nexus device to coincide with the release Ice Cream Sandwich. To my surprise he answered that there will always be new ones [Nexus devices] ... Read More »
Today at CTIA, Sprint and HTC announced the EVO 3D, the successor to their most successful product ever. Highlights of the device include a 4.3-inch glasses-free 3D display, dual 5 megapixel main 3D cameras, dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, 1 GB RAM, and 4G of internal storage.
“Sprint is taking wireless innovation to the next ... Read More »
In the next 24 hours we expect HTC will unveil their first handset with a dual-core CPU. The device is codenamed the HTC Pyramid and is rumored to appear on T-Mobile later this year and could be arriving on Sprint as the EVO 3D. We got our first glimpse of the Pyramid last ... Read More »
NVIDIA was first to market with a mobile, dual-core CPU and their Tegra 2 took the lead in our last round of performance benchmarks. Now the competition has finally caught up and we will soon have four legitimate super chips to choose from in the next six months. Which dual-core platform ... Read More »
New images have surfaced of the HTC Pyramid, which is expected to be the first Android phone with a dual-core Snapdragon CPU by Qualcomm. The Pyramid codename first surfaced in a rumor report last month, where we said it was likely headed to T-Mobile in May.
Along with the leaked pictures ... Read More »
Qualcomm has taken their sweet time getting their first mobile dual-core Snapdragon processor into devices, but the added time could result in an extra boost in performance and more power savings. In the latest post on the Qualcomm OnQ blog, Graphics Product Manager Brent Sammons says that their new Adreno 220 graphics processor ... Read More »
I recently gave Qualcomm a hard time for not promoting their Snapdragon processors enough, so I must admit they are doing a much better job. Today they relaunched their official Snapdragon website which now includes a nice overview, device showcase, chipset details, and a section called “Why Snapdragon?” describing its benefits.
The specs ... Read More »