The Exynos 5 Octa eight-core mobile chip was one of the new products that Samsung unveiled at CES 2013 last week. However, the company failed to tell us which future Android devices will user the high-end power-efficient processor this year.
We know it’s not easy to find a rugged smartphone with decent specs and a sensible price point, but this year’s CES might have brought to light the first devices to tick all those boxes. Meet Runbo’s X3 and X5, two tough as nails ICS-based handhelds going for less than $400.
With over 3,000 exhibitors, around 20,000 new products launched and “more than 150,000 attendees”, the recently completed CES 2013 trade show has definitely been a major success for technology in general and mobile in particular.
CES 2013 might have officially ended about four days ago, but we’re not quite ready to wrap up our coverage from the Las Vegas ground.
A few weeks ago we showed you the Mini MK802 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich computer – basically a dongle that can be hooked up to a display and transformed into an Android computer.
Last week the Android Authority Team traveled far, some really far, to attend the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We attended sessions, events, had interviews, meetings, and plenty of hands-on... time with all sorts of new Android devices. We even drank an adult beverage or two…or twelve. There’s a lot of talk around the Internet about how CES was a disappointment this year. It couldnR...
Since companies such as Samsung, LG and decided not to announce any new Android smartphone and/or tablet this past week, Sony had a chance to shine at CES 2013.
Android fans all over the world still waiting to purchase the Nexus 4 should better sit down for this particular rumor, as they would certainly not going to like to hear that LG may be shutting down Nexus 4 production.
Tactus has released a new video to show off its morphing touchscreen technology, which allows a physical keyboard to rise out of the screen – not only does it look cool, but it should help enhance your typing experience.
Archos has shown off four more tablets at CES, this time part of the Titanium series. Can the their sleek design and serious hardware help Archos break into the already crowded tablet marketplace?