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Articles tagged with: dual core processor

Google Nexus 3 Coming With Ice Cream Sandwich

With the launch of two Gingerbread pre-installed Nexus devices already on sale, Google is hard at work creating quite a buzz in the marketplace – but that’s not enough for us.

Since the official announcement of the upcoming version of Android at Google IO 2011, Ice Cream Sandwich, which is, essentially, a combination of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 3.0+ Honeycomb into a “cohesive whole”, the whole industry is abuzz with speculation, rumors,and increased excitement around the third Nexus device that is set to be formally announced sometime at the end of Q3/ early Q4.

How Will The iPhone 5 Compare To The Nexus 4G?

While rumors and speculation still surround Apple’s next generation iPhone handset – the iPhone 4S or the iPhone 5, depending on whom you believe – other cell phone manufacturers continue to develop newer, faster handsets to compete in the marketplace.

Now, a leak took the wraps off what is being called the Nexus 4G – Google’s next flagship Android handset which is scheduled for launch sometime in November 2011. Let’s take a brief look at how these handsets will stack up against one another.

New Toshiba Thrive With Android 3.0

It looks like Toshiba just hopped on the Android tablet bandwagon with its new Toshiba Thrive. The Thrive is a 10.1″ tablet from Toshiba that was shown at CES 2011 and features an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor and will carry 1GB of memory for true computing.

The Toshiba Thrive uses Adaptive Display Technology to automatically adjust the screen’s brightness based on how much light is present in the real-world, and whether it is day or night. With 1080p video decoding and built-in GPS, you can be certain that this will be a purchase well spent.

ZiiLabs Shows Off Honeycomb Tablets

Shortly after ZiiLabs revealed its new ZMS-20 and ZMS-40 StemCell processors, the company announced a new family of tablet PCs that will run the ZMS processors. The Jaguar tablets will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb and will come in two versions. The first is composed by a seven inch screen, carrying a modest 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. The second shows off a more practical ten-inch screen, carrying a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

Both of the Jaguar tablets come with a large 64GB internal hard drive and offer capacitive and resistive touchscreen support. Each tablet also supports OpenGL ES 2.0 3D graphics and feature dual cameras (5MP rear camera). Running the devices will be the dual-core ARM Cortex A9 ZMS20 or quad core ZMS40, each clocked at 1.5GHz, stock.