HTC One X received root and superboot before release, courtesy of Modaco. He had done the same thing with the GSM version of the Galaxy Nexus. We later heard that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 is to be announced tomorrow. It was thought the the Note 10.1 would headline the event, but the unveiling of an 11.6" Tab would be a great surprise indeed.
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unveiled its latest iPad in San Francisco yesterday, and as usual, the tech world and more established media swooned at the shiny new piece of engineered obsolescence. As a die-hard Android fan, I wasn't moved - sure, the screen is nice (even if it's still the wrong ratio) and the processor is impressive, but my distaste for Apple as a manufacturer, developer and corporation is more than enough to overcome any fleeting feeling of hardware lust. But there's one feature that remains exclusive to the iPad that I want, badly, and it isn't coming to Android any time soon: wireless data without a contract.
just released some information today regarding their lineup of Android smartphones. Detailing what devices will get the tasty treat we all know and love that is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to Verizon most of their recent devices will see updates, as well as older phones like the ThunderBolt but surprisingly many didn't make the cut.
Mobile World Congress officially kicks off on Sunday but we are slowly starting to see plenty of leaks and details this past week. Today another leak has just revealed two upcoming smartphones for Verizon Wireless and most likely they'll be 4G LTE phones. The DROID Fighter and LG Cayman have both broke cover and are coming in the next month or two.
DROID X for those concerned. Apparently they launched a beta "soak test" software update late last week for a few forum members to test out. Today it is finally official as Verizon is giving us all the update details. Currently listed as coming soon we expect the DROID X update to land this week, more details and change log available below.
specifications of the HTC One X, set to be their new 'hero' device, surfaced early Wednesday morning. The One X has also had its ROM leak to the public, which made a later Android 4.0 port to the HTC Sensation a reality. The port sports HTC Sense 4.0, yet they've had to disable the Rosie launcher, keyboard, and HTC's lockscreen. They've been replaced with more stable substitutions for the time being.
to see how long the massive 3300mAh battery would last. It managed to last 3 full days of communication and mobile web access with 4G LTE turned off. 3300mAh may have been the 'sweet spot' we've all been waiting for after all.
Ameblo spotted a filing for the new phone in the Wi-Fi.org certification database. That doesn't mean much beyond the fact that it comes with WiFi (go figure) and that HTC and Verizon have already settled on plans to sell it. The only other thing we can say for sure is that it's a 4G LTE phone.
the press release, you'll notice it sports a 9.7" display with 1024x768 pixel resolution. It has a great form factor, and will only be 10mm thick. It'll also be ready to run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upon release, but then again that is soon to become the norm.