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.
Qualcomm has announced a new naming scheme for the Snapdragon platform. They are moving to a simple and easy to understand outline for the naming of current and upcoming products to keep everything easier to understand. They also showed a few specs of what we can expect to see in the future and things sure are looking good, can you say quad-core!
that here. Qualcomm has had a lot to show over these last few days from 3D, augmented reality, gaming and more. We cover most of those things in the link above so feel free to check out all of our coverage. We now have a short video for you featuring our own natural born leader Vincent Nguyen in an interview with Cali Lewis from the Uplinq Daily Show.
TAKE Janus KM-S200. Based around Qualcomm's MSM8260 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 4.3-inch qHD 960 x 540 touchscreen, the smartphone runs Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. There's an 8-megapixel camera on the back, with autofocus and a flash, together with a 1.3-megapixel camera up front for video calls. Other specs include HSUPA roaming support, SRS WOW HD audio, 1080p HD full HD recording and playback, GPS, an internal DMB-TV tuner and 16GB of integrated memory, along with a microSD card slot. The whole thing measures in at 128.5 x 65 x 9.8 mm, which puts it just in-between the Galaxy S II and Sensation in terms of thickness, and will be available in black, white or two-tone black & white. Lucky South Koreans will be able to get their hands on it for the equivalent of around $740 SIM-free. [gallery]
HTC Merge and it is available starting today, then they will soon be offering the fold out QWERTY sporting LG Genesis. US Cellular is touting the HTC Merge as the carrier’s first Android-Powered Global Ready Smartphone.
Snapdragon MSM8655 1GHz processor, connecting with Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, HDMI, DNLA, and it's got Netflix! That this is one of the most important draws to the device makes us wary of it. But behold, this is an LG phone and we've been rolling out with some rather impressive LG phones as of late. The LG Optimus 3D and the T-Mobile G2x were pretty excellent, how does the LG Revolution add up?