Posts tagged with: Snapdragon
  • by | May 20, 2010 11:48 AM

    A forum member over at Android Central was able to take the EVO 4G out for a spin and took a video of the phone next to the small webOS Palm Pre, also on Sprint. Next to the Palm Pre, the EVO 4G's 4.3-inch capacitive multitouch display looks enormous. Also, the above shot taken with the EVO 4G's 8-megapixel camera, which also is capable of 720p HD video, looks pretty good. (via: Android Central)

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  • by | May 20, 2010 5:43 AM

    We stopped by the Sprint office in San Francisco, California on the way to Google I/O and got a demo of a release model of the device with some of its apps--some of which will be updated at or after launch, like the Qik app. Hardware-wise, is pretty much what we saw at CTIA. For those in the Bay Area, San Francisco will be joining Sprint's 4G coverage, but unfortunately the 4G network isn't live yet in SF when we got the demo, so we were browsing on Sprint's 3G speeds, which is still quite good. The HTC EVO 4G marries the best features from many of HTC's existing smartphones on the market ...

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  • by | April 27, 2010 6:47 PM

    Having already poked around the hardware of the HTC Droid Incredible, it's time to take the software out for a spin. In this video, we take a look at the Sense UI and widgets found on the Snapdragon-powered CDMA Android device. The vanilla Android 2.1 experience is excellent, but HTC's customizations raise it to an unforgettable experience. We demo some new features, like "Leap" and the "Friend Stream" widget, as well as revisit some older, still useful features found in Sense. In case you missed it, check out the unboxing and hardware tour videos of the HTC Droid Incredible. The device ...

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  • by | April 15, 2010 2:12 AM

    After this morning's early website debut of the Droid Incredible, which subsequently led the carrier to take down the site, Verizon Wireless is now featuring the specs of the handset. The detailed specs confirm everything that we've already known: 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA display, 1 GHz processor, HTC Sense UI, Android 2.1 Google Experience device, 8 GB internal memory augmented to with 16 GB storage card, and an 8-megapixel autofocus camera. The launch seems closer than ever with the pre-order page having jumped the gun earlier and now the specs sheet going live on the carrier's website. ...

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  • by | April 9, 2010 11:32 AM

    With conflicting rumored release dates for the HTC Incredible for a release on Verizon Wireless at the end of April, a leaked manual of the device shows that the Android handset made by HTC will feature a 1 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 8 GB of internal memory, as well as support for micro SDHC cards. The Incredible will also have 802.11n WiFi and support for an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and video recording, but there was no mention of what the video resolution would be--for comparison, the Sprint EVO 4G smartphone can record up to 720p HD videos with its 8-megapixel camera. ...

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  • by | April 8, 2010 7:29 PM

    Despite a late launch in the United States, the HTC HD2 has been a popular device for carrier T-Mobile. The device is once again sold out--for the third time since launch--though there may still be some limited inventory at local retail stores. The HTC HD2's popularity shows that Windows Mobile, when executed correctly, can still be popular with mainstream audiences outside of niche users and corporate users who rely on Microsoft's ecosystem. The device features a fast Snapdragon processor, a capacious 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display--a first for Windows Mobile, and in-built ...

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  • by | March 18, 2010 1:27 PM

    The CDMA version of the HTC Desire with a capable CPU that's been underclocked to conserve power may be hitting Verizon Wireless in a two weeks according to the latest rumors. Rumored to have an 8-megapixel camera, a 768 MHz CPU, and 512 MB of DRAM with Android 2.1 and Sense UI, the HTC Incredible will compete nicely against the Verizon Wireless variant of Google Nexus One when Google and Verizon releases that version that will be compatible with Verizon Wireless' EVDO Rev. A mobile broadband network. Now, the hard part is choosing between an official Google Phone with a CPU clocked to 1 ...

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  • by | March 5, 2010 5:30 PM

    LMT Launcher 0.5 is a beta program that allows the user to use multi touch and single touch gestures on a capacitive Windows Mobile/Phone device. The utility has ten gestures that can be assigned to either programs or actions. Just swipe one or two fingers in a predetermined motion and the program or action will activate quickly. The program is free and may be downloaded from XDA-Developers. (Spotted on WMPoweruser.)

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  • by | February 18, 2010 12:30 AM

    About a week ago Brandon posted a news article about how to get 3G speeds in the US on at&t's network and we recently acquired one and decided to test it out. In this video we demonstrate the HTC HD2 running at 3G/HSDPA on at&t's network. The phones that we have matched up against each other are the HTC Telstra HD2 (T9193) and the LG eXpo. Both devices sport a 1ghz Snapdragon processor and have the capability of operating on at&t's 850Mhz 3G network. The Telstra HD2's connection settings are unfortunately locked to Telstra's Next-G 3G network but the device comes SIM unlocked. To use the ...

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  • by | February 10, 2010 8:50 AM

    Purely speculative and deserving of the rumor classification, but the new build file for a device called the HTC Scorpion--codenamed Olympian--was recently leaked. Details from the code shows support for a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor--which will be Qualcomm's dual-core CPU model--and support for WiMax. Also o note is that Android 2.2, build ID FRE65C, is listed. Some are saying that this may be HTC's foray into the tablet or smartbook realm, but at this point, the Scorpion can be an Android smartphone. Guess we'll have to wait and find out. (via: Engadget--Geeks can head over to ...

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  • by | January 28, 2010 9:39 AM

    When the monstrous specs for the U.S. version of the HD2 were revealed, many current HD2 owners were a little peeved to find that it'll have a lot more RAM and ROM available than its predecessor. The unit slated to be released in the U.S. will have 1GB of ROM and 576MB of RAM, compared to 512MB of ROM and 448MB of RAM found on current HD2s. This lead to the theory that the U.S. version will be upgradeable to Windows Mobile 7, while the original version gets left behind. Recently, current owners have gone from angry to hopeful, as there's news that all HD2s may have 576MB of RAM available ...

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  • by | January 20, 2010 8:30 AM

    It looks like the Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU in the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Android handset is proving quite worthy as a 3D mapping program is able to pan and tilt around the city at a whopping 30 frames per second (FPS) or higher. The mapping app right now is still in proof-of-concept stage, and we're hoping it gets shipped and ported to multiple platforms. Check out the video below. (via: Engadget)

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  • by | January 10, 2010 12:20 AM

    In this video we cover the software on the LG Expo. By default, the Expo has the standard Windows Mobile Today screen enabled, and it would seem, not many customizations at all. If you dig a little, however, you can turn on a fully customized LG "S-Class" interface, where you'll find all sorts of interesting goodies. Of special not is the fingerprint recognition lock screen hidden in the LG Phone settings, and the cool photo viewer hidden in the camera application.

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  • by | November 14, 2009 7:30 AM

    In this video, we give you a thorough tour of Sense UI on the HD2, previously known as TouchFLO 3D. While we've shown you the interface before on other devices, running it on the HD2 with the 1GHz CPU is an entirely new experience that is quite fantastic. The Sense UI represents HTC's best attempt at an interface overlay on Windows Mobile, and they've learned a lot. Most tabs have been updated, some have been added, and the integration with Windows Mobile is deeper than ever. In case you missed it, check out the unboxing, hardware tour, and first-time setup for the HD2.

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  • by | November 12, 2009 10:44 PM

    Today, we unboxed the HTC HD2, which sports a powerful 1GHz Snapdragon processor. Well, it looks like its less expensive cousin, the Acer neoTouch S200 (we're giving one away!), has recently been upgraded with some custom ROMs. The S200 comes with Windows Mobile 6.5 in its stock form, but now users can slip into something a bit more finger friendly – WM 6.5.1 (build 23506). The custom ROM is available thanks to hdubli on XDA-developers. Below, you can see 6.5.1 in action on the neoTouch S200. Hdubli, with the help of rafyvitto, is also working on a 6.5.1 ROM with Manila 2.5. They're ...

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