Huawei and their new flagship smartphone is finally ready to grace consumers hands. They've teased their upcoming quad-core powered Ascend D1 Quad more than a few times, but starting later this month it will finally be available to consumers. After making a splash at Mobile World Congress then getting delayed -- it's finally seeing the light of day.
IFA this weekend we managed to stumble on a special Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. What you'll see below is an exclusive plum colored quad-core Galaxy S III with 4G LTE from the folks at Vodafone. What's even better is this device also is running the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from Samsung.
Optimus G quad-core smartphone and now a very similar device is headed to AT&T as the LG Eclipse 4G LTE. It looks like those who passed on the Galaxy S III could have a great device in their hands soon.
LG Optimus G will be a powerhouse smartphone. We've seen multiple rumors on this device over the last few weeks, and will finally see it in the flesh this week at IFA 2012.
Nexus 7 and NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor just keep pushing the cutting edge. When we say cutting edge -- we mean faster than anything else available. Over at XDA they've pushed the limits farther than we thought possible, and now have the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core that powers the Nexus 7 running at 2.0 GHz. Check it out below.
LG Optimus G smartphone. We now can confirm that Qualcomm's extremely fast and efficient new quad-core will be powering the device.
AsiaToday this phone will rock LG's current lineup with a quad-core processor and multiple other tricks up its sleeve.