Jelly Bean, and the solid growth of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Tagged: Ice Cream Sandwich
LG Optimus L9 - the new handset has officially launched at T-Mobile. The L9 doesn't fetch too steep a price, which makes it a good choice for those who need a decent handset on the cheap. Make no mistake, the L9 isn't going to be burning up the benchmarks, but it should be a suitable device for those who don't need to have the latest and greatest.
US Cellular is primed to get a brand new Motorola handset, this one called the Electrify M. As the name implies, it isn't all that different from the popular DROID RAZR M, and to make things even better, it'll be compatible with US Cellular's 4G LTE network. It's also relatively inexpensive, provided you sign a two-year contract and take advantage of a $100 mail-in rebate.
Archos added one more tablet to the already long list. Say hello to the Archos 80 Cobalt, a tablet that probably won't be burning up the benchmarks but might be worth having a look at nonetheless. That's especially true if you're in the market for an inexpensive tablet, as we're thinking the 80 Cobalt's specs won't exactly demand a high price tag.
Casio's new Paper Writer V-N500 might just take the cake. The new tablet is aimed at business professionals, and comes complete with a front-facing 5MP camera that can scan the documents you put in front of it. Documents can be placed inside the included cover (which is water and shock resistant, by the way), putting them up close and personal with the tablet's camera - something that should make scanning a breeze.
we reported the Motorola DROID Bionic was finally set to receive Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich after a long long wait. Over the past few days the update has slowly begun rolling out to DROID Bionic users and today it appears to be full steam. Sadly the wait for Jelly Bean will probably be a long one.
Ice Cream Sandwich updates for both the Motorola DROID Bionic and the LG Lucid. Of course, we heard earlier in the month that the ICS update for the Bionic was in testing, but today we know we're getting close to release. Verizon hasn't announced an actual release date for this Ice Cream Sandwich update yet, but with the support documents now up on the carrier's website, it can't be too much longer before Ice Cream Sandwich is in the hands on eager Bionic users.
Sharp announced its new AQUOS TAB SHT21 7-inch tablet with an IGZO screen. Well, our friends at SlashGear wasted no time getting their hands on the device and finding out what the IGZO screen has to offer. This new screen technology promises better battery life or a much brighter screen, depending on user preference.