LG Nitro HD, savor the experience - it may become rare in just a little while. At LG's primary LCD factory in Nanjing, China, a labor strike involving 8000 workers is threatening to bring the company's screen manufacturing plans to a grinding halt. That spells trouble for a lot of Android phone and tablet manufacturers, chief among them being (naturally) LG.
website for the JXD S7100 doesn't so much "think different" as "think people won't notice a hodgepodge of triple-A consumer electronics have been ripped off all at once".
Sammy Hub reports on the first details of a more up-market version, based on the ever-popular Galaxy S II platform. The I-929 Galaxy S II Duos mirrors the older models in almost every way, though it appears that there's a little extra junk in the trunk to accommodate dual SIM card slots.
$100 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet when a no-name manufacturer sprang out of China marketing the Novo7... and immediately became less excited at a $60 shipping fee that seemed more than a little fishy. Now the same low-powered tablet is sitting pretty with a pre-order status on import sites PandaWill and Merimobiles, both of which seem legitimate enough as far as Internet storefronts go. The latter is claiming an $80 discount off of the "retail" price of $200.
10 Billion Apps promotion. But it's still pretty hard to find an Android device with a quality gaming-focused form factor, with the notable exception of the XPERIA Play. If you're comfortable with handing over money to a fly-by-night Chinese company with... "inspired" design choices, you may be able to get your hands on this here PlayStation Portable look-alike, filled to the brim with gaming goodies.
MX. Headed to mainland China January 1st, expect an initial cost of ¥2,999 ($470). It will pack some serious power from the included 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos 4210 dual-core processor and 1GB RAM. It will also sport a 4” ASV display with a 960x640 pixel ratio. Initially, the device will only be available with 16GB of internal storage, but expect a 32GB version later on.
Ice Cream Sandwich tablet", and has priced it at a staggering $99 USD. The specs aren't amazing and the hardware won't turn heads, but if you've got to have ICS right now (and can't bring yourself to try out a custom ROM) this would seem to be the cheapest way to do so.
source code for Ice Cream Sandwich has been made available to one and all, cheap tablets running Android 4.0 will be coming in a torrent out of the east. GizChina has a look at the very first one.
Lenovo. Engadget spotted the latest entry in latest entry in le smartphone line, the LePhone S760, a mid-range Gingerbread device with at least one distinguishing feature. The 3.7-inch screen uses an AMOLED panel, still relatively novel in the Chinese market.