The Korea Times has launched a rumor that the iPad 3 will have an improved, high resolution display, to be more precise – 2048×1536, the new display would have the current aspect ratio of 4:3 but it will still be capable of full HD. So if this is true, than the iPad 3 will have the same price of a device with Retina Display ?
Since Nokia has announced its partnership with Microsoft, the company hasn’t released any Windows Phone 7 device, but that doesn’t mean that Nokia will stop working on new devices of their own. Now Nokia has announced two new Symbian based smartphones – the X7 and the E6.
Hate to say it, but passive matrix OLEDs are now a thing of the past. At this year’s CES 2011, Samsung showed off what they can do with their AMOLED displays in Las Vegas. Not only are they more environment friendly, consume less energy than their OLED counterparts, the displays are rollable, bendable and can even survive impacts from a hammer. Check out the video below by the folks over at IntoMobile below…
Dell has today unveiled its latest Android handset, the Dell Venue. Somewhat similar to the Windows Phone 7-powered Venue Pro, Dell’s new Venue smartphone will run on Froyo, version 2.2 of Android OS. Spec wise, we’re looking at a 1 GHz processor, an eight-megapixel camera, full Flash 10.1 support, Dell Stage widget support, and a 4.1-inch AMOLED Gorilla Glass touchscreen display.
Unfortunately, we didn’t do this review, but with a sparkling 3.2-inch AMOLED, five megapixel camera with flash, running on a 600 MHz CPU and Android 2.1 and of course all possible connectivities you can imagine, the HTC Legend has the potential to be an outstanding smartphone.
It sports a touchscreen rather than a full QWERTY and has pretty much the characteristics of its predecessor, the HTC Hero. However, compared to the Hero, almost every feature and hardware specification has received an upgrade, supposedly making it much less buggy than first generation HTC Android phones. Continue reading »
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The Samsung Wave S8500 which was just released recently is all about its ability to perfect and deliver entertainment. It boasts an all important 3.3-inch Super AMOLED display that aims to deliver even greater image quality with reduced energy consumption.
Though only available in 8GB at this moment. Samsung’s latest YEPP YP-M1 portable music players (available in black and white) will boast some pretty impressive features. Measuring in at an ultrathin 9.9-mm thick, the YP-M1 packs a 3.3-inch wide AMOLED touchscreen with an nVidia Tegra chipset for HD video playback, Samsung’s DNSe 3.0 technology, T-DMB, FM radio, dictionary function and stereo speakers. Multimedia formats supported includes MPEG4, XviD, H.264, MP3, and WMV. The new 8GB Samsung YP-M1 will be given a pricetag of around $252.