All Product Articles tagged ‘android 4.0’
Huawei is gradually improving its smartphone line-up and the Ascend P1 is one of their most impressive offerings yet. Equipped with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display and Android 4.0, can the Huawei Ascend P1 hold its own against the Android heavyweights? Read on to find out.
At IFA 2012, Lenovo expanded its IdeaTab lineup with three new, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablets: the 10-inch IdeaTab S2110, the 9-inch A2109, and the 7-inch A2107. And each of them uses a different processor, from Qualcomm 8060A, to Cortex A9, to NVIDIA Tegra 3. Here's our quick hands-on with them.
The HTC Desire V is a new entry-level smartphone that boasts dual-SIM functionality, a large 4.0-inch WXGA touchscreen and runs on the Android 4.0 OS. Can its single-core 1GHz processor handle all that's required from a modern device? We put it to the test!
The Android 4.0 Xperia Ion is Sony Mobile's first phone with a 'larger-than-life' 4.55-inch screen. How would the smartphone fare among the sea of other competitive models? Find out in our review if it's still able to impress or it's too late to the competition.
We managed to get a quick sneak preview of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, the big brother to its 5.3-inch smartphone sibling. Has it changed since its first appearance at MWC 2012? Based on what we saw, the answer is a resounding yes and thankfully, for the better!
So far, Samsung has four 7-inch tablets in its portfolio including the latest Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0). As the new kid of the block, what does the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) has to offer to differentiate itself from its peers? Frankly, there isn't much going for the device. Read on to find out why.
Motorola proudly claims that its new Razr Maxx has the longest talk time of any smartphone today, and can handle heavy multimedia consumption on-the-go with ease such as 10 straight hours of web surfing and 17 hours of uinterrupted video playback. We put Motorola's claims to the test in our review.
LG might be a little late to the quad-core smartphone race but thankfully, the LG Optimus 4X HD has finally surfaced. How will the NVIDIA Tegra 3-equipped smartphone with 1GB of RAM and 4.7-inch HD screen fare? Check it out after the jump.
If you think the second generation of Galaxy Tab 10.1 is here to blow you away, you are in for a surprise. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) 3G comes with modest upgrades in terms of telephony capability and memory card support. Is it worthy to be a successor? Read our full evaluation to find out.
With the Google I/O Conference 2012 starting in a few more hours, here's a quick round-up on the rumors and speculations on what's to be announced later.