First Handset Based on Snapdragon Comes to Light
A new handset from Toshiba, the TG01, appears to be the first cellphone using the Snapdragon chipset from Qualcomm. The TG01 has a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor inside its 9.9mm body. The TG01 also has a 4.1-inch WVGA touch display. It runs Windows Mobile 6.1, but has a customized user interface. Other specs of this phone include HSDPA data, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a microSD slot. The phone will be available in the summer.
Alcatel Makes the Idol 4S with Windows Official
Alcatel today announced a new variant of the Idol 4S with Windows 10 Mobile on board. This handset carries over the chassis of the Android-based model, but changes a number of key specifications.
Kyocera Flips Out Over LTE-Only Cadence Feature Phone for Verizon
Kyocera this week announced the Cadence, a flip phone for Verizon Wireless that supports LTE but not CDMA. In addition to LTE, the Cadence sports WiFi with voice over WiFi and HD Voice for clearer phone calls.
Samsung Crowns Its Galaxy A Series with a 6-Inch Phablet
Samsung has revealed the Galaxy A9, the largest of its refreshed Galaxy A series handsets with a 6-inch full HD display. The Galaxy A phones sit just below the Galaxy S phones in terms of features and specs.
T-Mobile's LG K20 Plus Packs Better Specs
T-Mobile recently rolled out its own variant of the LG K20 and the phone has somewhat better specifications when compared to the Verizon variant of the same handset. The T-Mobile K20 includes the same 5.3-inch 720p display and 1.4 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, but improves RAM to 2 GB of RAM and storage to 32 GB.
Razer Concept Would Pair Its Smartphone with a Laptop Dock
Razer today revealed Project Linda, a smartphone and laptop hybrid concept that would pair the Razer handset with a laptop shell to create a single device. The Linda itself features a 13.3-inch 120 Hz screen, full keyboard, customized buttons, an internal battery and storage, and several ports (USB-A, USB-C, 3.5mm).
Personally I'm setting my sights on the Nokia N97-NAM!
How many computer companys are going to jump on the bandwagon of makeing smartphones. Toshiba, Apple, and pretty soon Dell. Im not saying its a bad thing, I think we need competition, I just wonder how stable these ph
This system ought to FLY! No more slow Flash player!
Now they better have put a good GPU in too!
We really are getting closer to PC performance in th...