The HTC One X+ has been rumored for a long time and today we get our first look at a version of the device with T-Mobile branding. As expected, it looks exactly like the regular HTC One X and there are no noticeable differences. We first reported back in February that the One X would eventually ... Read More »
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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 »
Details about the HTC One X+ have been somewhat elusive, but that all changed when XDA Developer @Football4PDA revealed new details about the upcoming flagship Android 4.1 device. If the information is to be believed, the HTC One X+ will measure 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.3 and weigh in at 129g. Specs on the ... Read More »
It has been awhile since we heard any rumors surrounding a new tablet from HTC, but it looks like we should be seeing more soon according to some new leaked pictures. Tonight a previously dormant Twitter account posted a series of pictures that show an unknown HTC tablet.
No details were provided, but we can ... Read More »
Hundreds of Android phones are released every year, but only a handful of products get all the attention. The big releases are normally saved for the fall shopping season and we are expecting new flagship phones from HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, and many more. Read on to see which phones topped our power rankings.
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 »
NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 has been one of the fastest mobile processors on the market since it debuted last year, but it is now seeing increased competition form Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 and Samsung’s upcoming Exynos 4412. We already know that NVIDIA is working on their next generation of chips codenamed Wayne (Tegra 4), but ... Read More »