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A leak from Verizon revealed the pricing plans for Motorola Xoom LTE and HTC Rhyme.
An alleged pricing schedule for the upcoming Verizon offerings has emerged, providing insight into launch plans for several gadgets like the Motorola Xoom LTE and HTC Rhyme. The minimum advertised price (MAP) list, which was posted by Droid-Life, claimed that the LTE-equipped tablets may ship on September 8 for $499 with a two-year contract.
If the said details are correct, the tablets – installed with LTE radios – might arrive before Motorola finishes outfitting the first run of devices sold to customers with a promised free future upgrades. The company was alleged to be limiting the first upgrades to businesses and government customers.
The leaked document also puts a light on the unannounced HTC Rhyme handset which seems to be paired with the model number ADR6330. Other details are still unclear, however, the $199 price tag states that the smartphone will provide a midrange feature set.View Article Source »
Motorola was alleged to prep up their next tablet, featuring Android Ice Cream Sandwich and a high resolution screen.
People from Rumor City indicated today that Motorola is gearing up for a 10-inch tablet, which will feature a 2048 x 1536 display resolution and Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The rumored tablet is said to be thinner than the Motorola Xoom and will feature a 4:3 screen format. Furthermore, the next-gen tablet’s prototypes are now out in the wild, and said to hit the shelves later this year or early 2012.
However, further details about the next Motorola tablet was not provided. But based on previous rumors, the next Xoom will boast Kal-El — a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core chip.
More updates on Motorola’s next Xoom are sure to come, so just keep it posted here at GADG.View Article Source »
Which is better: Motorola Xoom or iPad 2?
There are probably a lot of tablets that were released recently. One of these is the Motorola Xoom, which is usually compared to its rival — Apple’s iPad 2. The Xoom has added some advanced features that are not present in its previous versions, and perhaps these specs are considered strong enough to keep up with Apple’s tablet.
Listed after the jump are the top five reasons why you should choose Motorola Xoom over Apple’s iPad 2.Read the rest of the article »
Reviews for HTC Sensation 4G, iPad 2, and Motorola Xoom from top gadget news sources -- collected and disclosed.
Providing the best yet exact descriptions for those recently launched devices may seem complicated, which is why we have decided to collate some short reviews of the top gadgets for this year.Read the rest of the article »
Google’s Android Event Reveals Juicy Info on Honeycomb and the Android Market Website; Watch Full Video Here
Is honey tastier than an apple? Find out and be the judge with the full video of Google's Android event.
Missed Google’s Android event? Well it sucks to be you. Good thing the amazing people from Google has released the complete coverage of the hour-long event, and GADG’s got you covered. From what we can tell from the clip, Honeycomb has been a well-thought of, exhilirating experience that everyone will enjoy once it kicks in starting with the Motorola Xoom tablet.
The Honeycomb promises that it will seamlessly condense content from computers, to smartphones, to tablets, to television. And with Honeycomb partnering with amazing processors and graphics cards, plus the BIG news that the Android Market can now be accessed through a dedicated website, it’ll be no wonder if the people over at Apple are under severe pressure in following up an act like Google’s. Shall we let the video do the talking?
Hit the break and watch the hour-long clip of Google’s Android Event.Read the rest of the article »
Tablets and smartphones took the spotlight at the CES 2011, with Motorola, Samsung and LG showering attendees with dozens of faster and more powerful devices that will reach consumer hands this year.
At this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, tablets and smartphones took the spotlight as Motorola, Samsung and LG showcased dozens of powerful devices. And to make those gadgets run high-definition video streams and online games, mobile service carriers showed off their boosted Internet networks. Ivan Seidenberg, Chief Executive of Verizon Communications, outlined on his keynote the company’s plan to provide faster Internet connection on mobile phones and fiber lines. Aside from Verizon, Sprint Nextel and AT&T are also on a race to attract customers for their ultra-fast mobile networks.Read the rest of the article »
The reign of the iPad may end when Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets are launched. And it seems that Motorola is ready to take the lead with its rumored XOOM.
Google’s Android operating system seems to become the standard platform for smartphones, the same way Windows is for PC. The battle between Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS is akin to Windows vs MacOS. The only difference is that the Android OS is a free and open source software, while Windows is proprietary. Everyday, about 160,000 Android-based units are sold and most of them are mobile phones. Android 2.3 or Gingerbread is the latest version of the Google operating system. After Gingerbread, the next big thing would be the rumored Android 3.0 or Honeycomb.Read the rest of the article »
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