Reddit user has now been benchmarked every which way as well as having the internal specs of the device confirmed by the guys over at Android Police. The specs for the new Nexus 7 which is expected to be announced in a little over 12 hours, contains many of the specs that were being rumoured, however it's been confirmed that the tablet DOES NOT contain 4GB of RAM, instead it carries only 2GB, although that is nothing to sneeze at. So, the full specs : 7" 1920x1200 Display 1.5GHz Snapdragon... Continue readingThe new Nexus 7 that was acquired by a lucky
recent Google promo video there really hasn't been much heard about the Nexus 7 Mk II - until today. An Asus tablet has just been spotted listed in the FCC online repository with a brand designation of 'Nexus'. The Asus built tablet, model #:K009 is listed in the FCC certification documentation with a slew of hardware details which share a similarity with another recent arrival at the FCC the ME571K(K008)... Continue readingWith the one year anniversary of the debut of probably the most successful Android tablet to date - the Nexus 7 - fast approaching, apart from a possible appearance in a
LG has struggled in the last few years with their smartphone attempts, but since the release of the L Series as pre-paid offerings, they've begun to show signs of life in the Australian market. Last year they took the number two pre-paid manufacturer spot, showing a strong intention to reign supreme in the Australian market. The Australian launch of the Optimus G as a post-paid (on-contract) device on the Telstra 4G network marks their return as a premium quality, high end brand in... Continue readingIs the Optimus G just the Nexus 4 with LTE, or something better?
Tegra 4 is quite powerful, it doesn't have an integrated 3G/4G modem. Instead there's a separate modem which will ultimately bump up the cost slightly. Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro (APQ8064), however, has its 3G/4G modem built right into the chip -- making it the more attractive choice for... Continue readingIt looks like NVIDIA's Tegra 4 won't be making an appearance in the next-generation Nexus 7. At least, according to ZD Net who are citing Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnell. So why the change from NVIDIA to Qualcomm? Well, although
LG has just announced that the Optimus G will be launching in March in an exclusive deal that will see the flagship phone on the Telstra network. The Optimus G has recently broken the 1 million unit sales mark worldwide and the internal components of the phone are used to power the Google Nexus 4 but with the Optimus G you get the added bonus of an LTE radio. Andrew Volard, Director, Telstra Mobile, said Telstra was looking forward to bringing Optimus G to Australia’s largest 4G-enabled network. Optimus G is a phenomenal smartphone that combines superb build quality,... Continue reading
J Butterfly announced in Japan a few weeks ago and just the other day the US version the Droid DNA was announced for Verizon. Now EVLeaks has released this picture with the tag 'HTC Deluxe, global edition'. Unfortunately the only information in the tweet was the name and no specifications at this stage, although if the J Butterfly and Droid DNA are anything to go by we`ll see a Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 2GB... Continue readingWe've been watching with keen interest the leaks regarding a 5" 1080P phone from HTC for a fair while now, we saw the