The big hype is all about dual-core processors for your Android device. Yup, folks, Android is the only system running on dual-core devices. I mean, iOS running on a dual-core?
NVIDIA rolls out an application designed to showcase other apps and games that take advantage of the Tegra platform. While it’s not for every user, it does show off your Tegra tablet and smart phone’s capabilities.
Samsung has re-branded the name of their mobile processors, starting with the dual-core Orion. Look for the Exynos to power the Galaxy series and beyond!
What will Texas Instruments unveil next week? Dual-core processors? Something in the 3D space? An Android-powered graphing calculator?
Remember that LG phone that beat the iPhone in a video a little while back? It’s the Optimus 2X, the very first phone sporting a dual-core processor, running on Android 2.2, with an update to 2.3 promised soon.
ASUS announced an impressive 7-inch Android tablet yesterday that has an interesting hook.
LG has become the first handset maker to announce a dual-core Android smart phone. The Tegra 2-based handset is the first of many expected in the new year.
The Dual Core race is at our doorstep, finally. Despite our deepest wishes to see a dual core device in 2010, it seems that we will have to wait just
Recently Engadget was lucky enough to get their hands on the currently unreleased LG Star. The LG Star is one of the Dual Core Tegra 2 devices rumored to be
Texas Instruments has announced their next generation processor today, the OMAP4430, which promises big things by the end of 2011.
LG seems to be back in town with a whole lot of new Androids, and we have to say, impressive ones. Now they are about to launch their first Android phone sporting a dual core processor.
One of the hottest, most talked about Android handsets on the radar today is the LG Star. The not-yet-announced LGP990 features a Tegra 2 processor, an 8 megapixel camera, and HDMI output among other things. The lucky folks at GSM Israel were privileged enough to get their hands on a Star and only too kind to film it for us.
The next generation of Qualcomm processing prowess will bring two oft-desired features to an Android phone near you. How would you like five times the performance and 75-percent less power
LG’s new powerhouse device, the Star.Ahh, LG. They’ve made some decent Android handsets in the last year or so. There was the Ally for Verizon, that E720 we caught a glimpse of in Poland, and most recently, the Optimus series on Tmobile, Verizon, and Sprint. But they never really excelled at Android. They haven’t made us look at one of their devices and say “wow!” Well, that’s about to change. Meet the LG Star, a leaked device that’s likely coming out in Q1 of next year.
Dell is said to be prepping a follow-up to their 5-inch Streak tablet which launched earlier this year. Expected in May of 2011, the device is currently billed as the Opus One.