Television maker Vizio has confirmed that it will be entering to phone and tablet venture and launching Via Tablet and Via Phone and both will be powered by Android. An 8-inch Via Tablet will be having dual cameras and Wi-Fi connectivity, whil the Via Phone will have a 4-inch display, 5MP camera and a secondary camera at front side. Check out more details.
Motorola CLIQ 2 is an unique Qwerty-slider smartphone to be launched under T-Mobile banner, featuring MOTOBLUR UI, 5 Megapixels camera with LED flash, Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi and it might have HSPA+ capability. Check out the full specs and other details here.
ASUS has started teasing a preview photo shoot of the three Eee Pad tablets that they are going to demonstrate them at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show, 2011. One of these might run Windows 7 atop Intel Oak Trail chips, while the two tablets may run Android with Nvidia’s Tegra 2 CPU. Check out all leaked images and more details here inside.
The Honeycomb-style Qwerty slider Motorola CLIQ 2’s picture have been surfing online. This HSPA+ capable phone is having a 5MP camera with LED flash, Blur UI, Wi-Fi calling, Wi-Fi calling, 3G hotspots, Wi-Fi b/g/n. Android version not known yet and it will be displayed in next week’s CES. Check out the more details here inside.
According to a Taiwanese blog DigiTimes, Google’s tablet-optimized version of its Android operating system, Honeycomb aka Android 3.0 is expected to launch in March at CES 2011. Along with Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet, MSI, Asustek and ECS are about to unveil some Android-based tablets with Tegra 2 processors. Check out more details about Honeycomb launch here inside.
The images of Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet leaking continuously these days, which is ready to launch showed off the Verizon branded version of the Android 3.0 tablet. It features dual cameras, 10 inch or 7-inch, 1280×800 resolution, 1GHz Tegra 2 T20, 32GB inbuilt storage, 512MB RAM and much more. Check out the leaked images and other details here inside.