first glance at this upcoming and unknown tablet from ASUS being called the Transformer TF300T. While we still don't have many details the slate has leaked again in a NenaMark2 benchmark revealing some specs and information. We now can confirm it will indeed be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor.
may make use of Onskreen's Cornerstone multitasking engine. It was just recently announced, and proved to be quite an amazing concept. Actually, we had wondered why the concept wasn't already natively part of Android. Next, word got out that Verizon may release a white Galaxy Nexus with reduced price and storage. Reduced price is key here, and if a white model will be available at a reduced price, it's almost certain another cheaper black variant could see stores too.
NVIDIA is holding their earnings call. Sharing all the details regarding total sales, profit, and revenue for their products and offerings. Obviously with Tegra 2 dual-core tablets being hugely popular last year, and Tegra 3 about to take off we figured we'd share some of the details.
HTC Edge and Endeavor but the official retail name will be the One X.
brand new "Diamond" line of devices. According to a Webo post spotted by Blog of Mobile, the first phone to get this distinction will e the Huawei Ascend D1 Q. That rather extended product name probably includes "D1" for the first Diamond phone and (wait for it) "Q" for quad-core. If Huawei intends to break out of its bargain OEM shell at MWC, that could be a very expedient way of doing so.
Optimus Vu 5" smartphone linked below but that might not be all.
quad-core Tegra 3. Nvidia promises a sneak preview of new devices, presumable ones that will be unveiled at the conference itself. The event will be held during MWC in late February and early March, and Android Community will be on hand to cover it live.
Transformer Prime TF201 Android tablet, and are set to release a budget 7" slate later in Q2. New leaks today however have us wondering if we'll be seeing a third slate from them this year. New images of what is being called the ASUS TF300T have leaked. Is ASUS preparing a new Eee Pad Transformer to replace the original, and be priced under the Prime? More details below.