Swedish blogger caught a glimpse of some covered ads prior to Samsung's Mobile World Congress event showing nothing less than the Galaxy Note 10.1, a combination of the ten-inch tablet form factor and Samsung's new pen input hardware and software. There's little to go on at this point beyond the name and a brief, tempting glance at the corner of the device, but there's plenty that can be inferred.
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docked desktop modes into Android this past week, but here's a smartphone that packs its own external display. The Galaxy Beam isn't Samsung's first pico projector-phone combination, but it's the first running Android, so it's on our radar. The Gingerbread phone packs a 15-lumen lamp capable of displaying up to a 50-inch image into a body that's not too much larger than a standard phone, though the other specifications aren't anything to write home about. The Samsung Galaxy Beam was announced via press release prior to Mobile World Congress, which doesn't officially begin until Monday.
Apple's legal bulldogs.
FullGSM got their hands on what appears to be the full product sheep. Aside from what appear to be press shots, there's nothing really new - except for a "dual shutter" camera, the purpose of which is to take full 8MP stills while recording video at the same time.
dual-SIM architecture that allows a phone to connect to multiple networks and use two separate phone numbers at a time. All three are probably headed to MWC in just three short days. ViewSonic hasn't had the best of luck breaking in to the smartphone game, and they have a habit of revealing concept hardware and never putting it into mass production, so who knows when or if they'll become available.
Google Doodle and such. At the biggest mobile event of the year, Mobile World Congress, Google gave out limited edition Android pins last year. This year they are showing off the pins they'll have for us, and are inviting Android fans to create their own.
we reported some leaked pictures of the flagship One X, but now we have a full gallery of the 4.3" One S too so check them out below.
Ice Cream Sandwich quad-core smartphone. Previously known as the HTC Edge, the HTC One X will be fully detailed and announced at Mobile World Congress in a few short days. Check out how thin and beautiful it looks below.