Oil Rush 3D, one of the most awaited Android games of the year, is finally out. The game can be played only on Snapdragon S4 devices for the moment.
The Pantech Discover is the latest phone from the company, aimed at users on a budget. Is it worth the money? Find out in our review.
Qualcomm has just announced two new chips today called the Snapdragon 600 and Snapdragon 800, with the latter supposedly being as much as 75% faster than the S4 Pro.
Given Acer’s lackluster smartphone line, we were just about to say the leaked V360 looks decent enough to be called the company’s flagship. Fortunately, we’re now finding out that the V360 might have a handsomer brother, going by the V350 name.
Qualcomm just unveiled two new chips today: the MSM8226 and the MSM8626. They’re both 28 nanometer chips, and they both support TD-SCDMA, which is the 3G technology that China uses. Curiously, they have a weaker GPU than previous quad core Snapdragon chips.
Is the HTC One X+ a true Samsung Galaxy S3 killer? Join us as we answer that question by dissecting these wonders of technology into tiny bits and pieces!
Ever since the Optimus G was in its rumor phase, rumors began surfacing regarding the upcoming Google Nexus smartphone. Here’s a roundup of what to expect from the rumored upcoming LG Nexus smartphone with Android 4.2 on board.
Qualcomm has just announced two new chips, the MSM8225Q and the MSM8625Q. Both are quad core chips that will fall under the “S4 Play” brand, which means they’re meant for low end to midrange smartphones. How can a quad core chip be built to go inside bargin basement handsets? Easy, the “S4 Play” chips are vastly different from the “S4″ chips inside devices like the American HTC One X and the American Samsung Galaxy S3.
We’ve talked quite a lot these past few weeks about the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G , but we just couldn’t wrap our heads around the T-Mo-bound slider’s pricing. However, the Relay has now upped the ante in terms of tech specs, being ready to hit the market with an S4 CPU under its hood.
The Optimus G hasn’t been a mystery for quite some time now, with Qualcomm basically confirming rumors of the handheld’s coming last week. We knew G’s spec sheet, we had a good idea of how the super-phone will look, so it was about time LG made it official.