Curious how the Galaxy S III will match up with the competition when finally goes on sale this summer? Of course you are.
Early this morning some GPU benchmarks were leaked for a device with the model number GT-i9300, which many have speculated is the Galaxy S III. The numbers looked impressive, but we ... Read More »
Could Google be working on a slightly updated version of the Galaxy Nexus? It wouldn’t be the first time a manufacturer refreshed a device just months after the initial release. A recent benchmark score spotted on the Nenamark site shows a Galaxy Nexus featuring a PowerVR SGX544 graphics processor.
The faster SGX544 GPU ... Read More »
Earlier this month I reported that the first Android devices to support the new WiFi Display industry standard would be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4, but after meeting with Texas Instruments I now believe their OMAP4 platform will enable this exciting technology ahead of the competition.
Many Android devices already support WiFi Direct, ... Read More »
We joked about the Droid RAZR being overshadowed this week by the Galaxy Nexus, and in doing so we made a mistake. I incorrectly stated several times that the Droid RAZR featured the 1.2 GHz OMAP4430, but it actually has the newer 1.2 GHz OMAP4460, which happens to be the same exact processor found ... Read More »
Google mysteriously left out which dual-core 1.2 GHz processor was inside their Galaxy Nexus, but Texas Instruments just hit us up with an email to confirm it’s their newer OMAP4460. Yep, that’s the same OMAP4460 that was supposed to debut at 1.5 GHz. There were reports of problems hitting those speeds, so it looks ... Read More »
For several months now the Android blogosphere has assumed that Texas Instruments’ OMAP4 will be the lead platform for the next version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich. But we don’t know which specific processor will be inside the Nexus Prime.
Many of us speculated Google would go with the fastest chip ... Read More »
Here at Android and Me, we’ve been paying close attention to the Motorola Atrix 2 for quite some time now. And for good reason. Way back when the device first leaked, when it was still being called the MB865 in late July, there was a lot of hype surrounding what was destined to ... Read More »
Earlier this month, Google’s ex-CEO Eric Schmidt told a crowd in San Francisco that the next version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), was coming out in October or November. That’s in line with most of the rumors floating around the web. This weekend another insider also suggested ICS would be out by October.
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Archos tablets are known for being cheaper, but they also tend to come with lower specs. Yet, we were impressed with both the announcement of these tablets, as well as the announcement of their prices. Archos now offers the great combination we all dream of: quality and affordability. This generation of tablets ... Read More »
Can Toshiba go from having the worst Andorid tablet last year at IFA Berlin to having the best device at this year’s show? NotebookItalia just filed a report that says Toshiba will unveil an ultra-thin Android tablet at IFA in September and the device will ... Read More »