Neither Qualcomm or MediaTek see any real consumer demand for octo-core CPUs, according to sources at MWC and their latest product road maps.
This year’s MWC might have brought a pitiful number of exciting new devices, but at least the Global Mobile Awards should put some smiles on the faces of Android aficionados.
MWC might still be technically going on for around 48 hours, but we know very well that the show’s juiciest parts are behind us.
A Sony exec told Reuters that the Xperia Z sales are off to a good start, without mentioning any significant sales milestones.
An HTC exec has confirmed that there’s only going to be a single One smartphone this year, the HTC One.
Android Authority catches up with Nvidia to find out exactly what the Nvidia Tegra 4 has to offer, and how it fares against the competition. The results are definitely impressive!
Android Authority goes hands-on with the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, a 10.1-inch tablet which is only 6.9mm thick, weighs just 495g, and is also waterproof, at MWC 2013.
Excited about the ZTE Grand Memo featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800? Sorry if you got your hopes up, but it’s not happening.
Check out our hands-on video with the ASUS FonePad, a 7-inch tablet with voice-calling capabilities, officially announced at the on-going MWC 2013.
Here’s our own HP Slate 7 hands-on preview (video included) right from MWC 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.