Key Lime Pie, but now a Google employee has seemingly confirmed our suspicions with a neat little drawing. Read on for further details.
Nokia could in fact finally be realizing they should have gone with Android -- the best mobile OS in the world. New reports are surfacing today that Nokia is looking to hire some new "principle software engineers" and many think this could finally be their arrival into the world of Android.
Huawei is no stranger to the realm of Android tablets, and it may be ready to give the 10-inch market another spin with its new MediaPad 10 Link. Notebook Italia has uncovered Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 certification documents for such a device, which suggest that Huawei has a new slate up its sleeve. Unfortunately, we don't know very much about the MediaPad 10 Link at the moment, but there are a few morsels of information that are worthy of a mention.
ASUS wants a slice of that pie for itself. iAfrica reports that ASUS is planning to launch a new 7-inch tablet dubbed the ME-172 early next year with a price tag that can challenge that of the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD. We might even see it revealed at CES 2013, which just so happens to be coming up quickly.
Acer and Samsung on the market, but it may not be long before Google decides to release a Chromebook of its own. That's what the latest rumor from DigiTimes is telling us anyway, claiming that a Google-branded Chromebook will hit shelves at some point next year. One of the big selling points of this Chromebook will be a touchscreen display, which makes our ears perk up immediately.
quad-core smartphones were already overkill, then next year you'll surely be singing the same tune. The popular Chinese company ZTE apparently has plans to release their own flagship beast of a smartphone called the ZTE Apache. Complete with an impressive Cortex-A15 based 8-core processor. Yup, we said 8. More details after the break.
LG is wasting no time with releasing top end smartphones to try and catapult them into the top-tier of Android smartphones. With the LG Optimus G just a few months removed from officially hitting the streets we are already hearing about a successor. Either an LG Optimus G2, or possibly a blend between the current G and their terrible Optimus Vu. We're hearing this 5-inch 1080p smartphone will debut in May.
Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors as we barrel toward 2013, and today we've got another one to toss on the pile. Sam Mobile has uncovered NenaMark 2 benchmark results for the Samsung GT-I9400, which is believed to be the next generation Galaxy S handset. That's certainly exciting, but the problem is that the results show some very disappointing specs for a flagship phone releasing in 2013.
Galaxy S III smartphone has been available long enough that it's time we start focusing on its successor. We've been hearing whispers and rumors regarding the Galaxy S IV for a few weeks now, but today the details just got a bit more interesting. Reports of a February launch complete with a 13 megapixel camera and more.
Android manufacturer. The company routinely puts out sleek and sexy devices like the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II, but its plain blue logo doesn't match the attractive handsets it has on offer. That might all change come CES 2013, as Australia's Channel News is reporting that Samsung is planning to reveal all new branding at the show in January.