Qualcomm. Their Snapdragon 600 series is an extremely impressive quad-core chipset powering all of today's most popular handsets, but now we're looking at what's next which is what many are waiting for, and that is the 2.3 GHz quad-core 800 series.
Huawei Ascend P6 and has the ability to bring about, as Huawei notes, "instant facial beauty." What we've found, on the other hand, is that there's no two ways about it: this software changes the basic structure of your face and makes the user look... downright strange.
Huawei Ascend P6. This device is made by the company to be both the world's slimmest and their premiere release - it's the hero strategy spreading across the world, hitting Huawei with a device that'll be coming in black, white, and pink, too. The pink edition is especially unique, of course, with not only pink plastic and metal up front (the plastic existing under glass, of course), but a pink metal rim, as well.
announced a slew of cases and options for us Android gamers. Most notably, some cases and a new dock for the upcoming NVIDIA SHIELD game console. Their cases are nice, but the dock turns your quad-core Tegra 4 powered SHIELD into a traditional console. It's interesting, so lets take a peek.
hearing that the popular gaming and accessories company Nyko was working on some NVIDIA SHIELD accessories this morning, we ran down to the E3 halls to get our hands-on some ourselves. Not only do they have a pretty neat SHIELD dock that will make it operate like the OUYA, but some nice cases too. Check em out after the break along side a production-ready SHIELD game-console.
released in beta form a short while back and it looks like there must not have been many issues. Or in other words, Falcon Pro v2.0 has since ditched the beta tag and come available for any and all. The app is available by way of the Google Play Store where has arrived with some new features, a new color, a new look and more.
Sony. That being their impressive XPERIA ZL flagship device. It has been available to buy unlocked in the U.S. for a little while already, but we wanted to take a closer look at the hardware and software in a quick unboxing, while also pondering the idea of an XPERIA Nexus edition. Take a peek below at the video and plenty of hands-on pictures.
Coolpad is a name that may not be all that familiar for those in the US market, however the company has had some success. MetroPCS launched the Coolpad Quattro as one of their first 4G LTE devices and managed to sell more than 1 million units. Up for this year though, Coolpad has the Quattro II 4G which has been announced for C-Spire. The Quattro II 4G is running Jelly Bean and sporting a 4.5-inch (960 x 540) display and we recently spent some hands-on time with the handset during CTIA.
Kyocera has been showing a pair of smartphones during CTIA, both of which will be coming available for those in the US market. These are both rugged devices and will be arriving as the Hydro XTRM and the Hydro EDGE. We spent some time with each of these handsets during the show and even managed to get them in some water. Of course, we also played with the Kyocera Torque not that long ago and did the same.