News tagged ‘smartphone’
Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012
Google hops onto the cloud storage bandwagon with Google Drive, which offers 5GB free storage and supports over 30 types of documents including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It is available now for PC, Mac and Android, and will come soon to the iPhone and iPad.
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012
HTC is said to have signed a memorandum of cooperation with ST-Ericsson to co-develop its own CPU for entry level smartphones. The chipset will start shipping in new devices next year.
The Samsung Galaxy S III benchmark results were accidentally hosted for some time on GLBenchmark with a screenshot promptly taken, Phone Arena reports.
Monday, 23 Apr 2012
Samsung's own cloud service, the S-Cloud, is said to be unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy S III on the 3rd of May in London, according to The Verge and MK.
The Huawei Ascend P1 will be available in various regions around the world from May onwards. The Huawei phone will sport a dual-core Cortext-A9 processor and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED QHD screen.
To drum up more hype for its upcoming Galaxy S III flagship phone, Samsung launched a teaser site with a countdown ending in about 10 hours. What will be revealed then still remains a mystery.
Friday, 20 Apr 2012
A sneak peek video at the Samsung Galaxy S III has been making its round on the Internet, a few weeks before its official May 3rd unveiling, Engadget reports.
The quad-core LG Optimus 4X HD will be available not only in black but white as well, according to PocketNow.
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
An unnamed Samsung executive mentioned that the company's upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Samsung's very own Exynos quad-core CPU with an on-chip LTE, adding on to the list of rumors surrounding Samsung's next Android smartphone.
Wednesday, 18 Apr 2012
Sources close to Microsoft have told The Verge that existing Windows Phone devices will not be receiving the Apollo update. Should this be true, it will create a fragmentation of devices with different Windows Phone versions, much like what Google's Android is currently facing.