CES 2011

CES 2011, Here We Come!

Hello, Android Community readers! As our team is frantically packing and getting ready for CES 2011, you may notice a bit of a slow down with posts. But don't worry, once CES gets up and running we will be covering the event to its full extent.

Vizio to Announce Android Phone and Tablet

Vizio is a popular brand, and although it's not considered "The Golden Standard" by many, they are some of the best TVs around at the best prices. Vizio is set to unveil its first Android phone and tablet, both based on Android, ahead of CES.

Further Details on Asus Android Tablet Lineup for CES

Tablets are going to be huge at this year's CES. One of the manufacturers that we are expecting a lot of great devices from is, of course, Asus. It looks like they couldn't hold back the excitement until next week and have released an unveiling video.

Ramos W15, W12 and W10 tablets teased ahead of CES 2011

Ramos has teased three new tablets set to make their debut at CES 2011 next week, one of which will use Rockchip's new RK2918 SoC which we saw benchmarked earlier this week. The Ramos W15 has an 8-inch "high resolution" 16:9 aspect display and the new RK2918 ARM Cortex-A8 based processor, while the Ramos W12 makes do with the Cortex-A9 SoC and Mali 400 GPU, and has a 4:3 aspect 8-inch capacitive touchscreen. Finally, there's the Ramos W10, with the same Cortex-A9 as the W12, paired with 512MB of RAM and ROM, WiFi, Bluetooth, a gravity sensor and Android 2.2. No word on pricing at this stage. [gallery] [via MP4 Nation]

Verizon to focus on Android not a new iPhone at CES

Much of the talk about Verizon and new smartphones tends to center on the long running rumor that the carrier is set to get its own version of the iPhone. Many people are hoping that when CES kicks of next week that Verizon will be showing off a new iPhone for its network. Reports are now coming in that an iPhone at CES for Verizon will not happen.

SBN Tech bringing new Android videophone to CES

CES is a magical time of the year for geeks with new gadgets and gizmos hitting the market in force. Some of the gadgets are junk that we just don’t want and others are really cool products that try to forge new markets. A company called SBN Tech has announced that it will be bringing a new video phone to CES 2011 that runs the Android OS that sounds more like a tablet to me.

Samsung Froyo-based Galaxy Player PMP due at CES 2011

Samsung is planning on bringing a PMP-only version of its Galaxy S smartphone to CES 2011, with the 4-inch media-player having roughly the same specifications as the phone aside from no cellular connectivity. According to Samsung Hub, the Samsung Galaxy Player YP-GB1 runs Android 2.2 Froyo on a Super LCD display, and has WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. There's also T-DMB, SoundAlive audio-enhancing DSP and a 3.2-megapixel rear camera, along with a front-facing camera for video calls. It also gets Android Market access, despite not having 3G, along with Samsung's own appstore, and there's a microSD card slot and GPS. We're guessing there'll be more details, such as pricing, early next year. [via Gizmodo]
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