Sony announced the launch of its first 4G LTE phone at Consumer Electronics Show 2012. The phone, dubbed Xperia Ion, also happens to be the first phone since Sony took full control of its mobile phone venture, buying Ericsson’s fifty percent stake. With 12MP HD camera and 1.5GHz of dual-core processing power, Xperia Ion is the smartest Xperia yet. Read more
The Nokia Lumia 900 is finally official. As expected, Nokia announced the Lumia 900 at the CES 2012 and would be exclusive to AT&T in the United States. Read more
Nokia’s next flagship mobile, the Lumia 900, is set to launch in the US at CES 2012. Also known as Nokia Ace, the AT&T version is codenamed Nokia Eloko, reports Pocketnow.com. Below is a quick look at what the leaked specs look like so far. Read more
Nokia has started sending invites to its event on Jan 9th during CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The event is speculated to be the launch of Nokia’s Lumia devices in the US. The invite “Witness the Amazing Everyday”, suggests a clear message about the launch of Lumia devices which are marketed by the slogan “Amazing Everyday”. The Metro UI Tile theme on the invite too substantiates the same. Read more
Everybody already knows that Intel is working on joining the tablet/smartphone bandwagon. Google and Intel had already announced that Intel powered Android prototypes exist and are undergoing testing. Now, a latest rumor claims that the very first Intel powered Android device would be from HTC.
Intel personnel were reported walking the floor with HTC prototype smartphone running Android 2.3 Gingerbread at the Intel Developer Forum. Rumor has it that an this device would be unveiled at next years CES or MWC, which BTW is not far as we already are in Sep 2011. But, how would Intel chips measure against Qualcomm, Tegra 2 or Texas Instruments? We’ll know in a few months.
[Source BSN via pockenow]