All Product Articles tagged ‘android 4.0’
The Acer Liquid C1 is one of the rare few Android phones to be equipped with an Intel Atom Z2420 processor. How does the single-core Atom processor fare against the ARM processors used in other smartphones? Let's find out in this review.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is the first tablet from the Japanese company to bear the Xperia branding. How different is it from the Tablet S and Tablet P? What new features does it have to take on the Apple iPads? Read on to find out more.
Dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory and 4.0-inch WVGA screen aside, the Huawei Ascend G330 is also retrofitted with Android 4.0 out-of-the-box. Is it a device that far outweighs its price tag? Let's check it out after the jump.
The Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is a more affordable version of the year-old MediaPad tablet. But does the affordability come with caveats? In this article, we sum up our experience of this handy tablet.
Toshiba enters the 10.1-inch tablet space with its Regza Tablet AT300. Armed with a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, an IPS display and 32GB RAM, is Toshiba able to take the fight to the Apple iPads, ASUS Transformer Pads and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1? Hit the link to find out.
There aren't many choices when it comes to affordable LTE devices, but here's one up for consideration: the dual-core, Android 4.0 Sony Xperia V shares the stage with the recently announced HTC One SV and Nokia Lumia 820 for the niche and growing category. Check it out after the jump.
The LG Optimus Vu and its differentiating 5.0-inch, 4:3 aspect ratio screen has finally hit our local shores after its first official appearance back in MWC 2012. Now updated with a Tegra 3 quad-core processor and the latest Quick Memo and Notebook apps, the phablet-sized device seeks to please but does it?
The Toshiba Regza Tablet AT270 is one of the few Android tablets that come with a 7.7-inch display. Touted as the thinnest device of its size, how else will it differentiate itself from the sea of Android tablets? Read on to find out more.
It took ASUS just six months to come up with the successor to the highly innovative PadFone. Can the Taiwanese company push the envelope once again with the PadFone 2? Check out our full assessment to find out more!
Not satisfied with just having the S Pen on the Galaxy Note phones, Samsung is now bringing the functionality to its tablet in the form of the Galaxy Note 10.1. Can the S Pen transform the tablet from a media consumption device to one that creates content? Hit the link to find out more.