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Articles tagged with: single-core

2012 Mobile Devices Will See Quad Core Nvidia Chips

Currently on the mobile market, we are seeing smartphones and tablets teeter between single and dual cores, and while all this is powerful enough for the types of applications we use today, we need to continue to push ourselves if technology is ever to evolve.

I think the applications that will be most intensive on processors will be gaming and perhaps HD movie watching at a better resolution that phones and tablets are currently rocking at the moment.

Samsung Nexus S Arriving On AT&T

Android is currently the world’s most largely adopted Operating System by the smart phone industry and contributing to the market is Samsung’s Nexus smartphone line. The Nexus S smartphone, co developed by Google and Samsung is a highly admired smartphone, and already available to T-Mobile and Sprint users.

AT&T users have long been waiting for its arrival on AT&T’s network and this wait is finally over as the handset is arriving on the network on 24th july 2011. What more could an Android fan ask for?

Hot In Mobile: The ZTE Skate With Gingerbread

If you’re a true tech geek, you’ll know that there are a number of up and coming brands that come up with solid products without forcing consumers to pay hefty prices. If you don’t have $550 to spend on a brand new phone, you’re going want to check out the ZTE Skate (pictured top only) smartphone.

This awesome new Gingerbread smartphone comes with a 4.3″ display, rocking a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It’s powered by an 800MHz processor and comes with 256MB of RAM/512MB of ROM, and 150MB of internal storage.

Sony Ericsson Mobile Leak: Urushi / ST18i

We’ve just heard some news about the all-new Sony Ericsson Urushi, or ST18i as some call it. While the device is shiny and beautiful, the inside specs aren’t as impressive as its outer shell. The device is equipped with a 1GHz ARM processor, a speed that feels a little sluggish compared to the more recent 1.5GHz models.

In addition to the slower cpu, Sony slapped on 335MB of RAM while HTC & co. are equipping their new devices with 768MB of RAM.

LG Optimus Big Due In April

A few months ago, LG showed us the Optimus Black, and next in the lineup appears to be the Optimus Big. The name comes from the 4.3″ screen, and will be available in Korea this April. When everyone else will get it is unclear. Like the Optimus Black, the Big uses a NOVA panel which uses 50% less power than a normal LCD screen, but still shows displays at 700nits brightness–which is excellent. Hooray for green technology!

The Big will probably run Android 2.2 at launch, with an upgrade available to…