One of the quad-core phones that will apparently be making an appearance at MWC 2012 is the LG 3X, their quad-core Tegra 3 Android phone. Now the official name for release seems to have come out as well as speculation that it will be the follow-up to the G2X on T-Mobile.
We don't usually talk about specific components of Android devices often here but once in awhile there is the exception and this is one of those times. Why? Because your next Android phone, whether it is from Samsung or elsewhere, could be a lot faster than originally thought.
Last week we reported on the fact that Tegra 3 quad-core phones would be shipping this quarter. Along with that information came details about the codenamed "Grey" project which was the Icera Modem (3G/LTE radio) being integrated into Tegra chipsets.
The fine folks over at XDA have a little treat today for those of you who own an Xperia X10 but want to be able to have the Xperia Play's Playstation's certification and suite on your phone so you can play those Playstation games. It is now possible to port it over to your X10.
Dipping back into hardware related news for a moment, nVidia has stated that quad-core Tegra 3 Android phones will begin shipping this quarter. This fits pretty much right into the time frame mentioned back in mid- to late-2011 regarding Tegra 3 devices coming into the hands of consumers.
We don't usually post rumors and honestly this one is a bit farfetched but according to a supplier tipster that tipped off DigiTimes, Google is contacting hardware partners, encouraging them to consider new tablets and phones that will run Android 5.0.
Well here is something right out of left field this morning. Apparently HTC will be working on Playstation certified Android devices this year, at least according to sources that has confirmed this in a report by Pocket-Lint. Even though it is 'confirmed' by sources, we are throwing the rumor tag on this one.
You probably read the title of this article and are wondering why in the hell we are talking about an iCade product since they generally concern themselves with iOS when talking about their peripherals. Well That is usually the case except for the iCade 8-bitty, a new controller from them.
We don't normally cover Smart TV type of news here but this latest bit of information falls into our realm somewhat. For those of you looking to get an LG Smart TV, with or without GoogleTV, LG and Unity have announced a partnership to bring a slew of Unity3D developed games to LG Smart TV sets.
There are gamers, hardcore gamers, and then there are the exclusive Ultra Gamers. If you constantly game everywhere and at anytime (wash your hands) then consider yourself the latter. As an Ultra Gamer your title isn't complete without plastic peripherals. Unfortunately, game peripherals for mobile devices can be a bit lacking (with the exception of Nokia's upcoming 9mm pocket friendly, n9xxx).
Another quad-core Android device has decided to show up today, this time coming from LG. Currently we know of two quad-core devices in the works, one of which is from Fujitsu which we played with at CES 2012, and the second rumored to be from HTC. Now we have a third which is coming from LG called the X3.