Could you imagine an HTC smartphone launching early next year powered by NVIDIA’s cinco-core Kal-El? We normally think of HTC as joined at the hip with Qualcomm, since the overwhelming majority of their devices use a Snapdragon processor. But the Taiwanese handset maker might finally be ready to dance with a new partner.
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The Motorola Atrix 4G is among the best high-end phones AT&T has to offer. Its early adoption of the Tegra 2 processor definitely helped. But like all other devices, this one has its defects–many of which you’ve been pointing out. Whether you hate it or love it, its popularity will make a great successor. And ... Read More »
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 ... Read More »
The rugged market is an interesting one. The durability of rugged devices is definitely impressive and cool, but the fact is most tend to skip these devices. While some of us butter-fingered users could take advantage of a rugged device, we tend to believe it’s overkill.
Rugged devices often lack specs and aesthetics ... 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 »
A rumor has surfaced today that might just make us forget about the Motorola Titanium’s lackluster specs. Meet the Motorola Dinara, the company’s next flagship Android device.
According to Droid-Life, the Motorola Dinara will be the successor to the Droid Bionic, and it should be coming out this winter (between December and ... Read More »
Archos’ G9 tablets seem to be getting closer to their launch dates. The company just updated its website with official pricing information for both the 80 G9 and 101 G9 tablets. As you might recall, Archos has two Honeycomb tablets in the works aimed at value-minded customers.
These two tablets have a lot ... Read More »
NVIDIA and Qualcomm seem to get all the love when it comes to processors for Android devices. While these are powerful processors, we can’t forget about our good old friends from Texas Instruments (TI), whose processors are very capable of running all your content. To prove this, Texas Instruments has just ... Read More »
The Motorola Droid 3 has been poking its head out here and there. We’ve seen some benchmarks and some tutorial videos from Verizon. We even saw details being posted about the Milestone 3 (non-US version). While some of these are credible sources, we hadn’t seen anything on print from Big Red. Our ... Read More »
When you think of Archos, “fastest” is not the first word that pops up into your mind. “Cheapest,” “Gingerbread,” “Froyo” maybe, but not fastest. Well, that changes today. The company just announced a pair of tablets that blow anything else currently available out of the water.
The first one is the ARCHOS 80 ... Read More »