Posts Tagged ‘smartphone’
Asus sharpen their weapons in “War of the tablets” and begins to filter images of a tablet that will surely give a lot to discuss. And it is not only a tablet but a hybrid between a tablet and Smartphone. In itself the concept of Asus that has leaked just a few minutes with our friends from Pocket Now we unveiled a smartphone that is embedded in the back of the tablet to function as the brains of the tablet.
Thus we get a sort of 2 x 1. On the one hand we have a powerful smartphone on the other hand we can choose to turn this into a tablet Smartphone when you like. It is best that we could choose to pay only one data rate to be no need to hire a data rate for our tablet and a separate one for our Smartphone, which would reduce costs enough data rates monthly.
As the operating system to run on both Smartphone and Tablet rumor has it Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a new version of Android that would work for both tablets and smartphones efficiently for both.
At the moment we were awaiting to see what Asus says this morning in relation to officially present the gadget in society. His name would theoretically be the Asus Phone Pad.
Vodafone and HTC Launch HTC Legend in Spain with the latest version of Android 2.1, which opens the doors of the Google features like Street View, the main novelty.
The integration of “Street View” allows users of the HTC Legend navigation with voice instructions step by step combined with 360 pictures of real pictures from the streets.
This terminal will also incorporate multi-touch technology with a large number of applications associated with this system.
Legend HTC will be available from 49 euros.
The market for smartphones has evolved very significantly over the past year, although the user’s habits have not kept pace with the exception of applications framed within a professional environment. In this context, the Legend is a link strategically designed to attract both the advanced user and buyer less specialized. Read the rest of this entry »
Two of them could be the BlackBerry Dakota and Apollo
The Dakota is the next BlackBerry smartphone from RIM high end.
This has a 2.8 inch VGA screen capacitive touch, BlackBerry OS 6.1, full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3G mobile access point, NFC, 5 megapixel camera, video recording HD, 768 MB of RAM and 4 GB of memory on board.
The BlackBerry Dakota only 10.5mm thick
Also run BlackBerry OS 6.1, which offers a HVGA (480 x 360), HSPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, 5 megapixel cameras, 512MB of RAM and a 800MHz processor.
The Blackberry Apollo will be cheaper than the Blackberry Dakota although the exact details on prices are not available yet
The machine runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and has a full QWERTY keyboard and optical trackpad.
The beTouch Acer E210 has a 2.6 inch touch screen.
Acer E210 beTouch The phone measures 115 x 62.5 x 11.5mm and weighs 109 g.
The internal battery is a 1300mAh unit and operates on HSDPA / HSUPA 900/2100 or GSM 850/1900Mhz and / EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
The smartphone has a ST Ericsson PNX6715 processor to 416MHz.
It also has 512 MB of ROM and 256 MB of RAM and features a 3.2MP camera.
Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, a microSD card slot, micro-USB port, headphone port of 3.5 mm, and an FM receiver.
The beTouch Acer E210 comes in silver and black with a yet unknown price