Intel’s mobile chipsets have so far been limited to a handful of devices but with the announcement of Motorola’s RAZR i, Intel seems to have not only made a mark with its 2GHz “Medfield” chipset but also upped the ante to a new high in the GigaHertz race. Read more
MMXI’s most rumored phone Motorola Droid 4 has reappeared in a leaked dummy unit. Though still awaiting an official announcement, the phone is speculated to be launching on Feb 2nd. TechnoBuffalo, the guys who managed to get their hands on a dummy unit give us an idea on the dimensions and externals of the phone. Read more
Motorola might be the first to introduce a Android Honeycomb tablet, but it didn’t quite achieve the tour de force Motorola was hoping. Now, it seems, Motorola is readying the second iteration of its tablet, the Motorola Xoom 2. The term Xoom 2 was first tossed in some leaked screenshots of Motorola’s website redesign. Now, Droif-Life has managed to get the first pictures and a few more details of Xoom 2. Read more
Motorola posted the official Droid Bionic page on its web store with full specifications, only to remove it in sometime. The Droid Bionic twitter page also confirmed its launch date as September 8. Bionic was first unveiled at CES in January and got delayed from a spring launch for a possible upgrade from an NVIDIA Tegra 2 to a Texas Instruments OMAP processor.
For those who don’t know, Droid Bionic would feature a gargantuan 4.3-inch qHD display and is powered by 1GHz processor with 1GB of RAM. It has an 8 megapixel rear snapper which shoots videos at 1080p and a 1.3 megapixel camera in front for video calling. Software wise it would run Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. It supports Verizon’s 4G LTE radio and has 32GB of storage expandable further with microSDHC support upto 64GB.
Motorola is adding two new smartphones to its Android lineup. While Photon 4G would be exclusive to Sprint, Triumph would be the first Virgin Mobile exclusive from Motorola. Photon 4G would go on sale in Q3 2011 and the Triumph would be available sometime soon. Here is a quick look at the specifications. Read more
When it comes to form factors, Motorola is the most experimental. This time, not as weird as the Backflip or the Flipout, but Motorola sure does it again.
Dubbed Motorola Wilder, the device is a dual-screen bar phone. The smaller notification screen on the bottom performs similar functions as that of a secondary display on clamshell phones. Along with time, battery and network indicator, it also acts as a ticker for notifications like SMS, Calls and Emails. Makes sense, why waste essential battery juice on the main screen for these basic functions. Read more
Successor of Motorola’s most popular Android device, the Droid X would hit the shelves on 26th May, suggests a leaked Verizon internal listing that came into possession of AndroidCentral. According to the listing, the Droid X2 would be released on 26th May while the direct fulfillment orders begin on 19th May.
The Droid X2 has the same form factor and design as that of Droid X. But on the internals, it has undergone a major spec upgradation. Below is a quick look at the specs, although they are unconfirmed for now.
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- 4.3″ qHD screen with 960×540 resolution
- Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor @ 1Ghz
- 512 MB RAM
- 8MP camera with flash, auro-focus and 720p video recording
- microSD support upto 32GB (8GB included)
- 3.5mm headset jack
- WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI, 3G connectivity
No official announcement from Verizon yet.