It’s nothing like what Sony and Microsoft offer in terms of hardcore gaming performance. Heck, even the Nintendo Wii U delivers more power. But if the price is what matters to you most, then check out this new Android-powered gaming console for $120—the Huawei Tron.
Alcatel has announced a new pair of additions to its OneTouch tablet portfolio. Focusing on 3G/mobile connectivity, the Alcatel OneTouch POP 7 and POP 8 are entry-level Android slates with “fun and colourful styling.”
Not too long ago, we featured a leak of a seemingly-impossible Android-based device from Nokia. Code named “Normandy”, we thought that we’d never see this phone’s light of day, what with Nokia being part of Microsoft now and all. But now, it seems that we might see this phone come to fruition after all! There are not one, but two leaks that can lend credence to this!
Samsung are certainly gaining much foothold in the Androidsphere. While most people are undoubtedly waiting for any announcement regarding their upcoming flagship smartphones for this year, it’s undeniable that their latest announcements are generating a buzz nonetheless.
It’s Sony’s turn to wow us in CES, and they’ve announced a miniaturized version of their current flagship, the Z1. Named Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, it seems to be similar to the Z1f that they recently released in Japan, though with a few minor differences (like the Andoid version).
Budget-friendly phones seem to be quite a trend in CES 2014, as Acer has also unveiled a new smartphone for the low-end market. The new Acer Liquid Z5 is a 5-inch smartphone with a dual-core processor, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
More and more announcements of new smartphones are expected to happen, especially when the upcoming CES 2014 is only a few days away. As for ZTE, this China-based manufacturer is set to unveil five new smartphones and its very first smartwatch.
As local brands start making the move to Full HD screens and octa core processors, last year’s specs should start becoming more affordable. Hopefully, that will be the case with the upcoming Kata i3, which Kata Digital recently teased on their blog. They were kind enough to email us a fairly complete spec list, so we can have a good idea of what the device is capable of before it’s actually released.
Though a brand still better known for instant film cameras, Polaroid is exercising some of its efforts now on releasing Android-powered devices. The latest of these are the Polaroid Q series of inexpensive tablets, specifically the Polaroid Q7, Q8, and Q10, that will cost from $129 to $179.
2014 has barely started and MyPhone already has a new offering for budget-minded smartphone buyers. The recently announced MyPhone Hail sports a 5 inch screen and dual core processor while keeping to an enticingly low Php4,598 SRP. What kind of specs are we getting for that price?
The mysterious 12-inch tablet from Samsung, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, was finally confirmed by Sammobile – a credible source of Samsung-related news. They have also gotten some of the important specifications and benchmark scores of the upcoming device.