HTC Vertex tablet showed up in benchmarks, Tegra 3 under the hood

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We recently reported that HTC is planning to come out with a new Android phone which will feature a 1.7 GHz Quad-Core processor, and also there is word on the street that HTC will make a comeback in the tablet market by launching a tablet with a “unique” factor. Now a tablet known ...

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Lenovo LePhone K860 leaked with Samsung Exynos quad-core processor

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Lenovo has impressed us a lot of times in past by launching devices like the IdeaPad and the beautiful LePhone. Now it seems they are getting ready to shock us again, this time with a quad-core device which will be known as Lenovo LePhone K860. It will be rocking the same Samsung Exynos ...

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Google Chrome for Android now out of Beta

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Who can forget the debut of Google Chrome for Android? About 4 months ago, Google launched the beta version of the famous browser in Google Play store, and Google told us that it’s a matter of few weeks that the browser will be out of the beta version, and we made a guess that probably... ...

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Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx get Android 4.0, global readiness

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The pair of 4G LTE smartphones see Ice Cream Sandwich and international Visas.

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Sharp introduces Feel UX, could actually be useful

Ever wondered what a threesome between Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 would look like? Well, something like the new skin Sharp just introduced for its Japanese phones dubbed ‘Feel UX’. Feel looks nothing like stock Android, but it’s not a clone of another operating system, ...

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Meet the IdolPad PLUS, a $98 Android 4.0 tablet

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Why buy a 4.0 tablet for $200 when Idolian Mobile will sell you two?

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Toshiba Excite 13 review

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Perhaps one of the most polarizing tablets we've encountered, the Excite 13 is certainly niche. Right for some, totally wrong for everyone else.

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Full details for Sony’s new Xperia Miro, Xperia tipo

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Sony debuts two Android 4.0 handsets for Europe which should make for a great first smartphone.

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E FUN debuts $170 8-inch Android 4.0 tablet

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Priced to sell, the Premium 8 SE falls in between e-readers and offerings from companies like Samsung.

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ASUS Transformer AiO – a dual boot Windows 8 and Android all-in-one PC/tablet

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ASUS launched a teaser video on YouTube a few days ago, in which they mentioned a new transformation is coming out at Computex. Well, Computex 2012 is here, and ASUS is also in total action, as they launched their first-ever tablet with dual OSes. ASUS merged both Windows 8 and Android 4.0 into ...

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Rumored quad-core ZTE Athena is only 6.2mm thick

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The trend of smartphones getting slimmer isn’t likely going anywhere any time soon.  Over time we’ve seen them cut down by half, more famously and notably with models like the  Motorola Droid RAZR.  Yes, there have been a couple of handsets that come in even thinner, but all of ...

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Alcatel OT986 hits China – yet another high end smartphone

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When we talk about smartphones, we generally talk about bigger brands like HTC, Samsung, LG or Motorola .  Increasingly, however, we have companies like Alcatel muscling into the conversations of  ”high-end smartphones”, much like Huawei and ZTE . Alcatel, generally known for ...

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Toshiba debuts quad-core 10.1-inch AT300

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Toshiba today unveiled a new quad-core Android tablet that falls in line with the thin and sexy designs of the Excite series. Called the AT300, it runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and features a 10.1-inch LED backlit (1280×800) display, a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and 5-megapixel ...

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Sony confirms Xperia Play won’t receive Android 4.0

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After careful consideration and feedback, Sony plans to leave the Playstation Phone at Gingerbread.

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HTC will not update tablet line to Android 4.0

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After consideration, HTC decides to leave their tablet line with a still-supported Honeycomb experience.

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