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While some of us are still recovering from holiday, the TCL folks in China — whose products are better known under the Alcatel brand in many other countries — have gone ahead and launched a new phone. As the name suggests, the Idol X+ is pretty …
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For all the credit the Xolo X900 made as the first Intel-based smartphone, it expanded long in the tooth really quickly in between that 4-inch display and 1.6 GHz Atom chip. The option, normally, is a straight-up modernization like the X1000. The brand-new smartphone jumps to a more modern 4.7-inch, 720p LCD and the exact same 2GHz Atom Z2480 that we saw in the RAZR i. Most other components won’t shake the watercraft for those who got in last year, though. There’s still the familiar high-speed 8-megapixel rear camera as well as a 1.3-megapixel camera at the front, 1GB of RAM, 21Mbps HSPA+ 3G and 8GB of expandable storage. The X1000 ares utilizing Ice Cream Sandwich rather of some flavor of Jelly Grain. Still, the cost is right– a contract-free 19,999 rupees ($ 369) for the Indian launching can have at least a couple of clients about to bring some Intel Inside.
European LTE implementations might simply be getting started, however the European Commission is currently trying to head off any sort of bandwidth problems at the pass. The company has actually bought that 120MHz of typically 3G-only spectrum around the 2GHz band needs to be reusable for LTE and other 4G networks by June 30th, 2014. Once the airwaves loosen up, the Commission sees its home continent having an advantage over an LTE-happy US: it expects to have as much as 1GHz of spectrum readily available for 4G, or possibly two times as much as exactly what Americans may claim. Officials are also mulling plans to repurpose additional slices of 2GHz spectrum that have not even been used for 3G and could possibly provide that much even more headroom. While an edge over the United States in bandwidth might not last after policy changes, it’s hard to complain if the EC step causes future smartphones whose downloads stay rapid.
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While we’ve seen similar things from the RAZR M already– and also examined it– we reckoned those 2GHz Intel internals and HSPA-only radio inside the RAZR i (along with European availability) warranted another excursion of the hardware. In summary, there’s decently bright, if a little jaggy, 4.3-inch AMOLED screen, with a water resistant layer covering the already hardy Kevlar backing. There’s space for microSD expansion, and thanks to that small bezel, it’s a phone that very merrily resided in the palm of our hand. We’re booting up our benchmark toolkit to evaluate just how Intel’s processor fares, but till the final scores are exposed, take a look at our hands-on video clip after the break.
with the 2GHz Android ICS smartphone (video clip) initially appeared on Engadget on Tue, 18 Sep 2012 05:51:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|| E-mail this|Opinions
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While we’ve seen similar things from the RAZR M already — and even reviewed it — we reckoned those 2GHz Intel internals and HSPA-only radio inside the RAZR i (as well as European availability) warranted another tour of the hardware. In summary, there’s decently bright, if a little jaggy, 4.3-inch AMOLED screen, with a water resistant coating covering the already hardy Kevlar backing. There’s space for microSD expansion, and thanks to that tiny bezel, it’s a phone that very happily resided in the palm of our hand. We’re booting up our benchmark toolkit to assess how Intel’s processor fares, but until the final scores are revealed, take a look at our hands-on video after the break.
Gallery: Motorola RAZR i hands-on
As one major occasion wraps, we anticipate just what’s showing up next: Motorola’s Intel announcement. We have a difficult time thinking we ‘d see anything besides a smartphone with an Intel chip inside, but the biggest mystery is in what type of phone. Are we going to see something ho-hum, or mind-blowingly incredible? Whatever it is, we think we could have stumbled upon a clue. Motorola’s XT890, which has been rumored to be a worldwide RAZR M with a 2GHz CPU and 897 x 540 screen resolution, merely wandered with the FCC with AT&T – friendly 2G and 3G radios. There’s no hint of LTE here, though the FCC doesn’t require OEMs to mention non-US regularities. The docs, however, suggest that we can easily anticipate dual-band WiFi– no word on NFC, but we would certainly be extremely thrilled if it didn’t make the final cut. The supercharged processor appears just about too excellent to be real, however we wouldn’t supply up any complaints if there is any sort of truth to the idea.
Filed under: Mobile phones, MobileMotorola XT890 approved by FCC, could be next week’s 2GHz Intel phone initially appeared on Engadget on Thu, 13 Sep 2012 02:03:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|FCC|Email this|Opinions
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Sammy’s current Cortex A9-based chips are hardly slackers — the Galaxy Note already proved that to any lingering doubters. Nevertheless, the next-gen Exynos 5250 SoC promises to double that sort of performance, by harnessing two Cortex-A15 chips clocked at 2GHz each, along with a GPU that can output resolutions of up to 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA). It’s like big.LITTLE computing, except without the LITTLE. Samsung reckons it’ll start mass producing the 5250 for use in high-end tablets by the second quarter of next year, which should be just in time to stop NVIDIA from getting too cocky.
Are you ready for a scorching-fast future? Samsung sure is, as today the Maeli Business Newspaper reports “a high-ranking” company official has disclosed Samsung’s intention to deliver a dual-core smartphone that runs at 2GHz. That’s 2GHz for each core, not the specious 1GHz multiplied by two mathematics that Sanjay Jha likes to dabble in. ARM already has a dual-core Cortex-A9 design capable of scaling such speed heights, which is most probably the basis on which Samsung is building its future processor on. The report goes on to state that Samsung will consider selling the chips separately, so you wouldn’t necessarily have to buy a Samsung-branded handset in order to have what’s being described as desktop-class performance in the palm of your hand. Man, just as we prepared one dual-core comparison chart, here comes the next next big thing.
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