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LG Optimus 4X HD gets benchmarked

LG's newest flagship the Optimus 4X HD is still a few weeks out, but that hasn't stopped a few industrious geeks from giving the phone the benchmark treatment. Greek site TechBlog.gr put the quad-core phone through its paces and posted the results for gadget hounds everywhere. The conclusions aren't that surprising - they're right in line with our own tests of the HTC One X, the first phone to sport NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor - but any speed demons out there will be wanting to compare and contrast the numbers.

Toshiba unveils 7.7, 10 and 13-inch Excite tablets running ICS

Watch out, Samsung: there's a new manufacturer looking to cover all the tablet bases. Toshiba's Excite line, previously restricted to a single 10-inch model, grows by three today. The company pulled the curtain off three new entries in the line, with screens sized 7.7, 10 and a massive 13.3-inches, all of them running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors. The Excite 10 goes on sale next month, with the Excite 7.7 and Excite 13 following in June.

HTC One X vs One S Benchmarks battle for the top spot

HTC has just unleashed their new One series of smartphones across Europe and will be coming soon to the US. In case you didn't notice there was a flurry of reviews of both the HTC One X and the One S that hit the web earlier this week. You can see our awesome and detailed reviews from the links below but today I wanted to focus on benchmarks. Read on below to see who takes the top spot and is king of the mobile hill.

HTC One X shows NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 is a battery’s best friend

Starting today and all of this week we're getting our first look at the new HTC One series of smartphones. Starting with the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core powered HTC One X, and then the equally impressive One S with the dual-core Qualcomm S4 Krait processor. We've reviewed them both here at Android Community and will link to them below, but what we were impressed with (among many things) was the battery life and conservation.

NVIDIA CEO hints at $200 Tegra 3 tablets

Here's a nice side choice to compliment your main course of Nexus Tablet rumors this evening: NVIDIA CEO spoke with the New York Times about lowering the price of Android tablets. Quote mister Jen-Hsun Huang: "“We took out $150 in build materials, things like expensive memory. At $199, you can just about buy a tablet at a 7-Eleven.” That's a long way from any sort of confirmation, but it shows that NVIDIA is as anxious as we are to lower the price of Android tablets, especially those with high-end components like the Tegra 3 processor.

Sony V150 quad-core Ice Cream Sandwich tablet spotted in benchmarks

Sony's a bit overdue for a new tablet - while the Tablet P and Tablet S are only technically about six months old, they're running on hardware that's over a year out of date. we were wondering when a refreshed version would show up, and thanks to Blog of Mobile... well, we're still wondering, but now we know it's coming. The "V150" device spotted running NenaMark benchmarks isn't identified as a tablet, but with a screen resolution of 1280x800, it's either that or yet another 5+-inch mega smartphone, and Sony's design DNA doesn't lend itself towards the latter.

Android Community Transformer Prime Quad-Core Bundle Giveaway!

Who wants to win the ultimate tablet experience from Android Community and NVIDIA? If you've been eying an Android tablet, and don't want to wait in those ridiculously long lines for that other iDevice available this week, then Android Community has you covered with our ASUS Transformer Prime Quad-core Bundle Giveaway. Where we have not one, but two of these bundles to giveaway to two lucky readers. This isn't just the tablet either. We are throwing in the Prime keyboard dock, and an awesome Powerbag Messenger carry case meant for tablets with a built-in battery. Get all the details below.

Nvidia takes exception to Apple’s iPad CPU and GPU claims

By now you've probably heard about "the new iPad", even if you've been studiously avoiding it - more testament to the awesome power of the Apple media machine. One of the more surprising claims to come out of San Francisco was that the iPad's A6 A5X processor and new GPU could perform four times as well as Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core processor, illustrated with a highly technical (and typically Apple) glowing blue line. An Nvidia spokesman took exception to this, pointing out that Apple's claims are far from scientific.

Asus Transformer Pad 300 WiFi hits the FCC

We never had any real doubt that the Transformer Pad 300, a cheaper model of Asus' Eee Pad Transformer Prime and the erstwhile replacement for the original Transformer, would be making its way stateside. But Asus seems intent on bringing it sooner rather than later: the tablets has already appeared in the standard Federal Communication Commission's certification systems. Asus is only seeking certification for the WiFi version in the United States so far - it looks like it'll be a while before the LTE version makes it here, if ever.

Fujitsu Tegra 3 13.1 megapixel prototype hands-on

Quad-core is the name of the game at Mobile World Congress 2012, and the standard is Nvidia's new 4-Plus-1 Tegra 3 system on a chip. While the device itself isn't quite ready for prime time yet, Fujitsu is showing off a new Tegra 3 Ice Cream Sandwich phone with some tricks up it sleeve, namely an incredible 13.1 megapixel camera and a waterproof design. Officially designated "quad-core prototype" for the time being, expect to see something similar coming from Fujitsu sometime this year - though probably not outside of Asia, at least at first.
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