The release date of the Nexus Prime, as well as some real solid details, have been hard to pin down. So far, there’s been a pretty consistent stream of rumored information that’s starting to look more and more reliable as time goes on.
The display resolution of the Nexus Prime is one rumor that hasn’t ... Read More »
When Google announced they’d be acquiring Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion this morning, the first thought on everyone’s mind was “how is Google going to use the hardware now at their fingertips?” If Andy Rubin is telling the truth, then the answer may surprise you.
In the teleconference that came after the initial ... Read More »
I’d keep your salt shaker handy for this one, but a phone and accessories retailer has published what they claim to be the upcoming Samsung roadmap and unsurprisingly it includes a few tasty morsels of Android goodness.
Lets kick things off with the Ice Cream Sandwich based monster the GT-I9250. Sporting a 4.65 ... Read More »
The next version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich, is the company’s “most ambitious release to date,” according to Google’s Mike Cleron. We know that the Android team is “targeting a Q4 launch”, but there is little else we have learned about this major update to Google’s mobile OS. Here at Read More »
Every year when a hot new device starts landing, we see a lot of search traffic and blogs and websites pop up online that try to cash in on those precious page views. Some take the route of simply ripping off every other blog under the sun, while some try their hardest to replicate some ... Read More »
We hope you’re in the mood for some more Ice Cream Sandwich rumors (who isn’t?), because we have a pretty big one for you today. According to BGR, Google and its partners will release the first Ice Cream Sandwich devices this October. BGR explains that Google has decided to push up the release ... Read More »
Which hardware will be the first to support Google’s next version of Android, code-named Ice Cream Sandwich? Ever since Google IO, plenty of rumors and speculation have suggested that Texas Instruments’ OMAP4 might be the lead platform, but little evidence has surfaced to support this theory. After spending the last couple of weeks trying to dig ... Read More »
It’s the second day of August, and my fellow Android and Me staffers and I were starting to get excited. August was the month NVIDIA suggested the first wave of devices featuring their quad-core Kal-El processors would be available to the public.
This morning, our hearts started sinking when a post over at ... Read More »
Earlier today, we told you how Matias Duarte defended Android’s user interface during a panel at Mobile First CrunchUp. Well, it seems Android’s Director of User Interface was far from done. At the end of the talk, Duarte gave us yet another goodie to report on.
During the Q & A session, American ... Read More »
Who will have the lowest-power, highest-performance mobile processor in Android devices by the end of this year?
Qualcomm tried to clear up any confusion about the launch of their new processor micro-architecture, code-named Krait, on today’s Q3 2011 earnings call. “We sampled the Snapdragon MSM8960 ahead of schedule this quarter,” said Steven Mollenkopf, Qualcomm’s Executive ... Read More »