Monthly Archives: May 2011

TransPhone competes with Asus PadFone in form-factor

Thought Asus PadFone was a unique device, well you are wrong. Soon after or may be prior to the launch of the Asus PadFone concept another device was announced. Dubbed as Transphone, it also docks a smartphone in tablet and switches the display from phone to tablet. Tablet in this Transphone comes with 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Dual Core processor, and ...

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TransPhone competes with Asus PadFone in form-factor

Thought Asus PadFone was a unique device, well you are wrong. Soon after or may be prior to the launch of the Asus PadFone concept another device was announced. Dubbed as Transphone, it also docks a smartphone in tablet and switches the display from phone to tablet. Tablet in this Transphone comes with 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Dual Core processor, and ...

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Honeycomb tablet with Qualcomm dual core processor demoed at Computex

Waiting for Android tablet with Qualcomm’s dual core processor, well here it is. Qualcomm today showcased a tablet running on Android 3.0 and sporting latest Snapdragon Dual core processor at Computex. Made by OEM Quanta, this tablet is currently a reference design only, but might b grabbed by a company and rebranded again. Qualcomm will also be showcasing many more ...

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Honeycomb tablet with Qualcomm dual core processor demoed at Computex

Waiting for Android tablet with Qualcomm’s dual core processor, well here it is. Qualcomm today showcased a tablet running on Android 3.0 and sporting latest Snapdragon Dual core processor at Computex. Made by OEM Quanta, this tablet is currently a reference design only, but might b grabbed by a company and rebranded again. Qualcomm will also be showcasing many more ...

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Pantech to launch Android powered Crossover on AT&T

Pantech today announced its first Android device for United States, and it will be launched on AT&T. Pantech Crossover will be available in the stores and online starting June 5 for USD 69.99 with the usual two year contract. It features 3.1 inch display, slide-out keyboard, 600 MHz processor, Android 2.2, 3MP camera, and 1500 mAh battery. via

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Pantech to launch Android powered Crossover on AT&T

Pantech today announced its first Android device for United States, and it will be launched on AT&T. Pantech Crossover will be available in the stores and online starting June 5 for USD 69.99 with the usual two year contract. It features 3.1 inch display, slide-out keyboard, 600 MHz processor, Android 2.2, 3MP camera, and 1500 mAh battery. via

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