After the WiFi-only Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet is already available for public around the country. The 3G version of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet is also coming soon
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Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone with first commercial The first commercial video of the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has just published. It is showing its Super AMOLED Plus display (4.3-inch WVGA) that offers vibrant realistic images. The commercial of this Samsung smartphone doesn’t briefly its speed dual-core processor or about Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
Motorola has confirmed via their support forum that the company is currently prepping a software update for their Atrix 4G Android-powered smartphone, which launched on AT&T’s network not too long ago. As is customary, though, the company isn’t being forthcoming with what the update includes. What they are doing, though, is allowing for owners of the Atrix 4G who would like to sign up for software testing to do so.
So here’s another device expected at the upcoming MWC. It’s called as the Galaxy Mini (S5570) and though the existence of the device has been known, this is the first time the phone is pictured. The phone has been certified by China’s FCC-like agency and will sport a 262K 240×320 resolution screen, TouchWiz UI, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, microSD card slot and runs Android 2.2.1.
Not more than mere seconds after Motorola finished announcing the Xoom , T-Mobile hits up YouTube with news of a brand new Tablet of their own: The T-Mobile G-Slate with Google by LG. As of right now, not much is known about the G-Slate other than the fact that it will be running Honeycomb with HSPA+.
Ever wondered how tablets evolved ? Have you ever heard of the Egyptian Hieroglyphic Tablet from 3200 B.C ? Motorola has made a pretty informative and hilarious video to tease it’s upcoming Android Honeycomb tablet which is all set for a CES 2011 launch at Las Vegas next month.
ADVERTISEMENTS Engadget has just reported on seeing the Intel Core i5 -2300, i5-2400, and the Core i7 -2600, the upcoming Sandy Bridge CPU brigade in a Malaysian Electronics Store, Compuzone. Seems like Intel is proud to introduce the line-up for the Asian market before unveiling the product at the upcoming CES 2011. The company has a history of rolling out their products in the most demanding Asian markets before they unveiling it to the European or the American centers.