Pantech is one of the leading mobile phone companies in S.Korea, and they always announce some amazing devices but mostly in S.Korea. They are also offering some of their devices in the States via AT&T and Verizon, but all of them are just mid-range devices, and we are still waiting for Pantech to announce their superphones in USA, like the new Pantech Vega Racer.
A recently leaked presentation from Qualcomm seems to be showing off the company’s upcoming Snapdragon chipsets. The leaked chips were the MSM8270, MSM8930, MSM8960, and the APQ8064. According to the presentation, all of these processors will be based of the Krait architecture. These new chipsets …
Qualcomm and Gameloft have announced that the two companies reached an agreement to amplify the gaming experience for a number of successful Gameloft titles. This announcement comes on the heels of today’s NVIDIA Tegra Zone launch. While Tegra Zone merely highlights applications created to benefit …
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 consumption as compared to the original Snapdragon processor? I know, right? The dual-core Qualcomm …
Android enthusiasts and tech savvy gadget fans will already know this, but Qualcomm is becoming a pretty big deal in the mobile world. Thanks to handsets like the G2, Droid Incredible, and EVO 4G, Qualcomm’s chips are found in three out of every four Android phones. As Android continues its dominance in the smart phone universe, Qualcomm and the ever-popular Snapdragon processor is becoming the de facto benchmark for super phones.
One of the hottest handsets of the year, the HTC EVO 4G, is being recognized by Popular Mechanics as being one of the breakthrough devices for 2010. Touted as a product that “truly moves society forward”, the Sprint phone lands on the list because of its …
Remember that G2 ROM we came across in our RSS reader yesterday? Well, the Android developer community has had 24 hours or so to rip that sucker apart, giving us the rewards of different information about the new G2 Handset. The latest news comes from …
Intel is hard at work, prepping an “Android x86″version of Android 2.2 designed for tablets and netbooks. As we’ve mentioned here a couple of times, Android was initially designed for ARM processors. Intel has been gradually getting more involved with the platform, most recently for …
In an effort to gain a stronger foothold on the consumer and enterprise market, Chinese hardware marker Huawei is planning an Android tablet of their own. Running a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, it also features a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display (800X480 or 1024X600) and 3G …
It seems like nearly every Android phone that gets announced these days comes with a Snapdragon processor running at a blazing fast 1GHz speed. After last year’s 528MHz becoming the norm, the current benchmark is considerably faster. But what about later this year? What can …
The race is on for faster, more capable processors in your smart phone. Intel’s new Atom (Moorestown) processors are out and they’re pushing the envelope forward. The new chips can run in speeds up to 1.5GHz for smartphones and up to 1.9GHz for tablets. Compatible …
Want to see what the chipset behind future Android handsets is capable of? Of course you do. Check out a demonstration of Qualcomm’s 7X30 Snapdragon processor that was given to Charbax (Nicolas Charbonnier) at Mobile World Congress last week. Keeping mind that what you see …
While a little bit off-topic, we felt compared to share this bit of news with our readers.Â The rumors of HTC putting out their own handset running Brew have come to fruition.Â We just received an email from HTC’s PR company advising of the newly …
Not to be deterred by a lawsuit, Verizon is still going hard on Apple for their network, or lack thereof.Â The most recent example come from a commercial featuring the Droid Eris handset.Â Android aside, the spot is a rather clever one.Â The iPhone arrives …
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