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From smartphones to 'superphones,' this dual-core powered LG T-Mobile G2x is set to enter the phone arena by storm this spring.
LG’s T-Mobile G2x phone with Google has been officially unveiled and it boasts to be among the first in an uprising ‘superphone segment.’ Armed with a 4G speed on America’s largest 4G network, a 1Ghz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU, architecture a 4-inch touchscreen display plus preloaded apps, the T-Mobile G2x phone is poised to thunder the smartphone industry with stellar speed and performance. Too bad it only has Android 2.2 Froyo, but the hopes of having it upgraded to Gingerbread or even Honeycomb shouldn’t be singled out. The device is set for a release ‘later this spring.’
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LG's all ready to jump into the tablet and smartphone wars anew, with the T-Mobile G-Slate and G2X smartphone rumored to arrive April 20th.
Unofficial T-Mobile Blog, TmoNews, reports that LG’s T-Mobile G-Slate tablet and the G2X smartphone – which is believed to be the Optimus 2X – will be making a debut on April 20th. The release date comes as a surprise considering that competitors such as Motorola and Samsung are way ahead in releasing their own latest tablet and smartphone. Is there still room for LG in the market? There have been no confirmation yet if the said date is true but expect T-Mobile to either confirm or deny the rumor at the CTIA 2011, next week.
The tablet and smartphone will feature dual-core Tegra 2 chips, while only the G-Slate will be running on Google’s latest Honeycomb software.View Article Source »
Sprint is out dominate CTIA as they booked 2.5 hours of spotlight possibly for their new smartphones and tablet line-up.
An anonymous tipster sent word over at Engadget that Sprint’s cooking up something considering they’ve booked a whopping 2.5 hours of spotlight over at the CTIA later this month. According to the he-who-must-not-be-named source, the carrier will be launching Samsung’s Nexus S 4G and the EVO 3D Smartphones, and the EVO View tablet.
There are no further details of what these smartphones and tablet has to offer except for the obvious. Nexus S 4G will undoubtedly have 4G functionality, the EVO 3D will be a 3D enabled smartphone, while the EVO View tablet, we can only assume it will be faster or equally fast as the upcoming tablets with your usual mix of cameras, nice CPUs, impressive screen displays, and so on.
If rumors prove to be true, Sprint’s presentation at the CTIA will be a nice rebound after a dismal performance last CES 2011 as the carrier only unveiled the EVO Shift 4G smartphone. Looks like all eyes will fixate on Sprint for the whole 2.5 hours, let’s hope they won’t fail to impress.View Article Source »
Here are the events that happened earlier at the CTIA: ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010. Know the happenings right here, right now!
See the actions on the first day of CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010. Here are latest tidbits from the world’s top billed mobile operators.
Here are some of the highlights you might want to not miss:
Qualcomm quits the FLO. Qualcomm Inc. has confirmed the long gone rumor of shutting down its direct-to-consumer FLO TV service. There are plenty of lessons learned from this experiment in mobile video. As early as July, Qualcomm was gathering up the possibility and accountability that it would sell its FLO TV business unit.
The 4G elephant is in the house. We can’t help but melt for Long Term Evolution (LTE) deployment details from Verizon Communications Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp., AT&T Inc., and all the other operators are present.
Giving LTE the oppurtunity to speak. Columnist Robert Poe wrote about the delivery of voice services over LTE networks will not be omnipresent for some time in his piece: Voice Over LTE: Hurry Up or Wait?
Surprises from Verizon. Verizon’s president and COO Lowell McAdam speaks before the crowd and shares the latest news about the telecom company.
Click this link to see the video.View Article Source »
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