All I want for Christmas is a dual-core superphone, but it doesn’t look like Santa is going to deliver one this year. Why am I so excited about this one hardware spec for my next Android device? To put it very simply, dual-core processors will raise the bar for performance and capabilities in mobile devices ... Read More »
Previously we only had renders of LG’s Tegra 2 phone, but thanks to Engadget we now have our first real pictures. Updated specs for this superphone include the dual-core 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 4 inch display, 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, 1080p video capture, front-facing camera, ... Read More »
The first pictures of a future LG Android phone for Verizon leaked out today on Engadget and they were quick to point out this is a 4G LTE device that can also capture 1080p video, but they failed to mention it will also be packing a dual-core Tegra 2 processor from ... Read More »
Update: We still believe the Motorola Tegra 2 phone will be the first dual-core phone with Gingerbread, but we have now learned it will be coming to multiple carriers. I no longer believe the Motorola Olympus (Terminator) will be the first phone with Gingerbread, but it could still be the first dual-core phone ... Read More »
Motorola shipped 2.3 million smartphones in Q1, but their goal is to move 12-14 million by the end of the year. They remain on track to launch at least 20 models, with eight out the door so far, so we still have a dozen new smartphones on the way. Co-CEO Sanjay Jha said on Wednesday ... Read More »
What is Project Emerald? A trusted source tells our friend’s at TmoNews that it is a codename for an upcoming smartphone launch on T-Mobile which is said to be a “new Nexus One-like device”. Not many details are provided past that, but it fits in nicely with some other information we recently received.
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I ordered the N1 on the day it was released and believe it lived up to the hype, but HTC has already surpassed their first super device with the new Sprint EVO 4G.
Would you be more likely to purchase the N1 if you could hold it in your hands first?
A series of videos documenting the making of the Nexus One superphone.