two new Tablets aren't the only thing Archos has in their hat of goodies, they are also working on a Home Connect Android device as well as what they are calling a "Smart Home Phone". The android powered unusual looking internet radio Archos Home Connect is pretty unique and can be used as a remote control and a picture viewer among other things. Then the wireless Smart Home Phone.
Samsung Galaxy S II! And in this corner, newly formed 4.3-inch round-sided king of the HTC world, blasting forth with another dual-core processor for a battle that'll be remeniced about for centuries to come, the HTC Sensation! This war is a long time coming - or a long time coming if you consider technology time which is basically 100x faster than normal time. Let the fight begin!
"Pyramid" and is now HTC's newest and most powerful effort. This device has a 4.3-inch display, runs a qHD 960 x 540 pixel resolution display, has a Qualcomm 1.2 GHz dual-core MSM8260 processor, and has a 3.0 version of HTC Sense, a lovely new version with an smart lock-screen and HTC Watch for downloads and video rentals. Behold HTC's strongman in action!
back a week ago. Big hits! Then head below to see what Vince thinks of the same situation. Note his unique photo style especially and compare the review to ours.
a review of the HTC Flyer, that cute little 7-inch HTC handheld tablet, over on our sister site SlashGear. What you're about to view is a bit of a re-write review based on what he's told us about the device thus far. This is the first tablet we've seen from HTC since 2008, the last being a Windows device by the name of HTC Shift. So how is the Flyer? We got a tiny glimpse of this piece of candy back at Mobile World Congress 2011 and a much longer look at its USA cousin via Sprint at CTIA 2011 - that one was black, this one's white, that one has the stylus sold separately while the Flyer has one that comes with. Will this Euro HTC superstar add up?
he's reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S II and he says it screams with performance. And you'd expect it since the original Galaxy S was one of the most successful phones in the market last year. With a lot to live up to, Samsung has pointed to the center field fence and hit another out the park. Let's take a closer look ...