Seems like ASUS has a lot to offer, firstly the launch of Nexus 7 second gen and then the upgraded FonePad, ASUS has been pretty much in the top gear. For your interest, one more ASUS FonePad has been pronounced online, along with its specs. The information is accompanied by two other devices from the same Taiwanese manufacturer.
A Windows RT tablet from Nokia has been spotted in the wild and that too with Verizon and 4G LTE logos on the back. We can clearly see from the leaked photo that the tablet is using Nokia’s unibody polycarbonate design and the aggressive red color is looking cool.
Intel is all set to release its most powerful mobile chip to date “Bay Trail” quad-core SoC this fall, and the company has already made big promises with its next generation chips like $200 Windows 8 tablets. According to Zauba’s shipping documents, the first Samsung tablet to use this beastly chipset is shipped for testing with the reference number FTXI02W0000026 which is common for all Bay Trail devices.
Rumors are in the air that Nokia shall be soon announcing a Windows 8 tablet followed by Nokia Lumia Phablet in September and November respectively. It is believed that if the anonymous email tip sent to Nokiapoweruser turns out to be true, we will definitely get to see these new gadgets soon.
We have been waiting quite a while to see a Firefox OS powered smartphone come to consumers and tomorrow the first Firefox OS smartphone will launch in Spain. The phone is the ZTE Open and service provider Telefónica lets us know that the device will be available at Movistar stores for €69 includes €30 of prepaid talk time. That is about $90 USD for those wondering.
Intel will now be headed by a new CEO who aims to make new strategic plans for the company. Brian Krzanich, who took over as a chief executive in May, believes that Intel has a great user interface and the fact that its compression-decompression technology is outstanding. He mentioned during an interview with Reuters at Intel headquarters that he is thinking about to accelerate the roll-out of chips for smart phones, tablets and wearable devices as consumers take a leap away from personal computers.
From traditional browsing to apps, a lot has changed on the mobile web in recent years. People have become less dependent upon their mobile phone’s native browser, though they still tend to use it for quick web access. Apps have become a leader in accessibility because of their small-screen compatibility, and many other changes have become evident, too. People now have the ability to access their favorite websites via apps and it has never been easier to update social profiles. Find out how this could affect usage of smartphones and other mobile devices in the years to come. This infographic will reveal whether apps or browsers get results faster on mobile phones, much more.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the hottest gadgets today. This article will discuss the top features of this phone to help you determine what features you like in order to make a choice of the best device in the market. The Samsung S4 is definitely one of the biggest smartphone releases this year. It is very popular and there is no doubt about it since it is packed with tons of wonderful features putting it on the list of the best smartphones up to date. This phone is worth having since it is the product of great innovation only from the giant phone manufacturer Samsung.
Preferences and interests of users keep changing in the Smartphone industry. A survey was conducted by Strategy Analytics, a company known for its statistical analysis, and it was concluded that a large chunk of the Smartphone users are more interested in larger screen sizes. This is not so surprising however as out of all the Smartphones launched this year and before, many of them had large screen sizes.
When it comes to the processors inside most mobile devices they are going to be ARM-based processors. Intel wants to change that with their next generation Atom chip codenamed Silvermont. These new SoC (System on Chip) processors are made using a 22nm manufacturing process, offer 3 times the performance and (in some cases) will use 5 times less power as current Atom core processors.