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Kicking off Mobile World Congress 2013 in style, Sony officially took the wraps off of its 10-inch Xperia Tablet Z, beckoning a new era for quad-core Android tablets and living up to all the hype.
Smartphones with brilliant, oversized, high-definition screens are making waves at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The Sony Xperia Z and ZL made their debut this week, only to be followed by an impressive phone from another giant in the smartphone industry — ZTE.
Large-screen phones that look a lot like tablets are all the rage. They're enormous, but they can serve as handheld HDTVs, portable offices, or gaming consoles. Consider the impressive two phones with five-inch screens that Sony launched at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Verizon and HTC took the covers off of the Droid DNA today, and if there's one feature that could elicit goose-bumps from avid smartphone users, it would be the DNA's 1080p display—the first in North America.
The upcoming Dell XPS 10 is one of the first devices to take advantage of Microsoft's new, battery-efficient operating system, Windows RT. We had a chance to check it out.
The quad-core space is heating up once again, but this time it’s with the real deal from Snapdragon. LG announced its quad-core handset, the Optimus G, at a New York event on Wednesday, deciding to enter this illustrious space with Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor.
Samsung just launched a portfolio of new devices under its new “ATIV” brand, and among them is a pure tablet running Microsoft’s Windows RT and a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. The ATIV Tab, as Samsung calls it, is a beautiful 10-inch tablet that delivers a full Windows 8 experience and features that intersects the lifestyles of casual user and professional. The best thing about a tablet running on a Snapdragon processor is that unlike traditional PC processors, a Snapdragon powered-device can guarantee a full day of use on a single charge, while lasting days on standby.
Verizon users who felt a little left out after HTC launched a One Series on every carrier except their own can now rest easy. The HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE may go by a different name than its siblings, but everything under the hood says it’s as powerful and feature-packed.
Since the release of Windows Phone, Snapdragon processors have been the only hardware platform deemed worthy to support it. Inside every Window Phone 7 handset was either a Snapdragon™ S1 or S2 processor.
Two phones that look exactly alike may not always be the same. We know—it’s confusing. It happened with the HTC One X, where there is an international version and a U.S version that are identical in looks, but run on different processors.
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