SmartQ T7 and SmartQ T7-3G each run Android 2.1 on a 7-inch touchscreen, with the latter model also throwing in 3G connectivity (in various flavors). According to SmartDevices, both support up to 1080p HD video thanks to a 720MHz ARM11 processor and 3D hardware graphics acceleration. There'a also a 4,700mAh battery and WiFi, though while the Android Market is shown on the screenshots we're not 100-percent certain whether either tablet will actually get access to the marketplace. The SmartQ T7 is unpriced at present, but SmartDevices has confirmed that the CDMA EVDO version of the SmartQ T7-3G will be 1,880 Yuan ($278) while the WCDMA SmartQ T7-3G will be 1,980 Yuan ($292). No word on release dates at this stage. [via iTechNewsNet]
Samsung Galaxy S Pro that we showcased here a few weeks ago, right? Thanks to our tipster, we got early photos of what would later become known as the Samsung Epic 4G -- and that's exactly what we've got here, courtesy of an official announcement from Sprint and Samsung. It's the first 4G-enabled device on the market that features a full, landscape-sliding QWERTY keyboard, and it's also got a few more features that'll make you take a second glance.
Samsung Galaxy S in the house, and we have to say we're excited. Samsung's first Android smartphone to use their Super AMOLED technology is quite the pocket powerhouse, with an indecently bright, crisp WVGA capacitive touchscreen and the company's 1GHz Hummingbird processor keeping things swift. Check out our exclusive unboxing video, walkthrough and some first impressions!