cleared the FCC making us hopeful it will see a U.S launch soon. It's about time we get a few more 7" tablets in for some competition although I have a feeling we'll have plenty to choose from very soon.
hands-on back in June and it was being dubbed a inexpensive Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone. Appearing as one of the better constructed devices from Hauwei as of late many were interested to hear more. Today the phone is now up for pre-order and we have more details for you after the break.
finally made it's way to the states through the Now network, and the sign-up page is already live over at AT&T! T-Mobile has specs confirmed for its own device but sporting a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor opposed to the 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos. If you are looking to see an in-depth benchmark comparison of the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch and international Galaxy S II, then head over here for the showdown. Finally, you will be pleased to hear Samsung has already released the Epic 4G Touch kernel source to the public! Let the modifications begin.
reported on the next-gen quad-cores from Qualcomm back in August. With most chipset makers Qualcomm included behind NVIDIA with the dual-cores we've been wondering how the next step would look.
mentioned this last week but had no confirmation as to whether it would feature the same 1.2 GHz speed as the rest, or be faster.
Grid 10, a tablet device from Fusion Garage running a "new" OS called Grid, the folks at what's been called TabCo for the past few months have revealed the Grid 4, a smartphone device running the same OS. This new OS was built on the basic Android kernel and is capable of running Android apps AND is able to sync up perfectly, or so they say, with the tablet that'll be released on the 15th of September. This smartphone device will have a 4-inch WVGA display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor paired with 512MB of RAM.