LG’s long-awaited dual-core Android-powered smartphone is coming to Australia as an unlocked device, seemingly without telco distribution, and has even won a “Guinness World Record” award, but LG’s 3D model is still not here.
LG is first to launch a dual-core smartphone in Australia, beating Apple’s next iPhone to the dual-core punch, but are dual-cores enough to win LG’s duel, not only with Apple, but its battle with every other smartphone maker on the planet?
China-based Oppo seems to be ahead of the curve lately. They launched the world’s thinnest smartphone called the Oppo Finder, and now they are looking to launch the first smartphone with a 1080p display called the Find 5.
After launching several single-core smartphones earlier this year in the face of several dual-core competitors announced and launched their models, HTC’s dual-core Sensation is finally set to cause a sensation for HTC and Telstra-lovin’ smartphoners.
The citizens of Singapore will now be able to have a device the rest of the world doesn’t for now– a Jelly Bean-powered Samsung Galaxy S III LTE smartphone. That’s right friends, Samsung is currently getting ready for the launch of the device by the end of September.
Intel has announced that it will showcase Android devices running a new dual core, dual graphics platform at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 25 to 28. “Specifically, Intel will showcase its latest smartphone technologies and devices running the Android* platform, including a new dual core, dual graphics platform, as well as OEM- and service provider-supported devices ba
Trying to decide between the Asus tf701t (399.00) and the Asus Memo Pad FHD 10 (259.00) for my wife. When it comes down to it, the cpu is going to be the deciding factor for me. This is going to last her 2-3 years, so I'd rather pay the extra $140 if that dual core is going to turn into a stuttering bottleneck mess. On the other hand, if the dual core can handle it, I'd rather save money.