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Well, iOS 6.1 is still quite young, but 6.1.1 is currently hitting the airwaves. At least for some iPhone 4S owners that is. We’ve been able to confirm availability of the upgrade on multiple FOUR mobiles, but have actually not seen it yet on an iPod touch or an iPhone 4.
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What better time to reveal a smartphone than in the lull between CES and MWC? Micromax is using the event to reveal an additional five-inch mobile phone, the Canvas HD. The display stuffs a 1,280 x 720 resolution, and inside you’ll find a MediaTek MT6589 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and a 2100mAh battery. The phone’s additionally got an 8-megapixel rear camera and extensible storage space approximately 32GB. All of that’s powered by Android 4.1. The Canvas HD is involving India the first week of February, carrying a Rs. 15,000 ($ 279) cost. Assorted added info could be found in the press release after the break.
Micromax launches Canvas HD to strengthen phablet leadership
Micromax, India’s leading mobile phone manufacture today announced its collaboration with MediaTek, the leading chipset makers for the launch of their first quad center processor phone – A116 Canvas HD.
Created for comfort and convenience, the Canvas HD is powered by MediaTek’s MT6589 1.2 GHz quad core processor and run on Android Jelly Bean. With an HD IPS screen with a HD resolution of 1280×720 and a color depth of 16.7 million, the phone comes with exceptional graphics and HD viewing experience. Supported by a 2100mAh battery, it is the ideal phone for the young generation who is always on the lookout for better, much faster and savvier clever phones on the go!
Discussing the launch and organization with MediaTek, Mr. Deepak Mehrotra, Chief Executive Officer, Micromax stated, “At Micromax, we constantly aim to innovate and develop wonderful technical experiences for our customers. Today’s launch marks our organization with MediaTek to bring forth our first quad center phone in this section, providing customers an excellent user experience with latest features and added functionality.” He further added, “We are delighted with the success of Canvas 2, which has clearly developed Micromax as first player in the brand-new 5″ phablet group in India. We are looking forward to similar success with the brand-new phone being revealed today.”
The A116 Canvas HD guarantees superior quality graphics, multi-tasking and improved application performance. The phone sports an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and multiple camera settings such as night mode, 4X zoom – to further boost the superiority of the remarkable minutes. 3G allowed A116 will help users in faster browsing, downloading attachments and watching streaming videos with outstanding quality. The users can download HD quality videos and enjoy them on their phone without jeopardizing with the quality. Individuals now could get to keep all their downloaded songs by keeping them in the phone’s external memory which is expandable up to 32GB.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Finbarr Moynihan, General Manager – Company Development at MediaTek, stated, “In less than 2 years of introducing our first smartphone chipset, MediaTek’s deliveries in this category have actually grown more than 10 times, with 110 million units in 2012. As the globe’s first commercialized quad-core Cortex-A7 SoC, the MT6589 is an innovative option that accelerates product advancement, streamlines differentiation, and provides the best possible experience that mid to high-end brilliant gadget owners desire. Micromax shares our center philosophy of pushing the bar on development and bringing it within the reach of the masses. We are pleased that India’s leading youth mobile brand has actually chosen MediaTek to power its top-end mobile smartphones.”
It will become a heck of a whole lot easier to get your hands on a customer light-field video camera. The Lytro, that marvel of post-picture-taking-focusing, is finally increasing its reach well beyond the boundaries of its very own website. The camera will be hitting Amazon and Greatest Buy and Target’s sites come October 9th. That exact same day, Canadians will have the ability to pick the lipstick-shaped device up through Future Store, followed by retail availability in Canada on the 10th. In mid-October, it’ll be hitting stores in Singapore and Hong Kong, swinging back around to the States in November for accessibility in CityTarget shops in select areas.
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If you’re developing or updating a finances gaming rig, it’ll be challenging to overlook the GeForce GTX 650 and 660. Whether NVIDIA’s brand-new chipsets are worth the look is another matter, and very early assessments suggest that a sale depends on just which market you’re in. The GTX 660, by far the darling of the testimonial crowd, contends well against the Radeon HD 7850 by outrunning AMD’s hardware in many situations while undercutting on the official cost. A few have actually taken an appearance at the lower-end GTX 650, but it’s not as much of a clear-cut buying decision– the entry-level video typically slots in between the performance of the Radeon HD 7750 and 7770 without the rate edge of its bigger brother. Either card is much far better value for the cash than the GT 640, nevertheless, and looks to be a purposeful upgrade if you’re trading up from equivalent prior-generation gear.
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Only two days after Samsung revealed the availability of the Galaxy Note 10.1 (and its source code), it appears to already have actually been rooted. An XDA user named Zedomax claims to have actually pulled off the task by injecting root into the stock European firmware, then putting on the superuser would certainly model in conventional ODIN fashion. With the typical bricking caveats, that’ll let you begin putting on unsanctioned apps to the pen-enabled beast, while evidently still getting OTA updates from the mother business. We would certainly like to validate it ourselves with our very own GT-N8000, however we don’t have one yet– and neither does barely anyone else, so you might wish to anticipate some additional brave soul to verify it before going on.
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Sure, AT&T’s One X will officially hit store shelves this Sunday, but you may be in for an early weekend treat if you’ve taken it upon yourself to pre-order the thing.
It’s a common story, really — just about every time a hotly-awaited phone nears launch, it seems like some lucky son-of-a-gun manages to score one thanks to an overeager delivery person. Take another glance at your device’s order status (most likely though UPS if you ordered from AT&T) if you haven’t yet to see if your One X is set to land on your doorstep today.
Those first few moments with the One X could be a little rough, if these early reports are any indication — some unlucky AT&T customers are reporting longer-than-usual activation times. C’est la vie.
Of course, I get the feeling some of you may be rueing your decision to pre-order — if you’re always on the lookout for new and shiny hardware (and since you’re reading TechCrunch, there’s a good chance you fall into that category), Samsung’s newly-revealed Galaxy S III may be more up your alley. It may not have been the monumental leap forward some were hoping for — the expectations game is a real pain to manage — but it’s certainly going to be a real contender going forward.
Samsung Mobile head JK Shin remarked at the device’s launch event in London yesterday that the LTE version of the device would land in U.S. over the summer, and The Verge managed to lock that launch date down to sometime this June. Like HTC’s flagship, Samsung’s new smartphone is expected to land on multiple carriers’ sales channels in one form or another, so it’s a great time for customers to prowl for potential upgrades.
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Verizon’s been teasing us with them for weeks now, but today the company has finally made things official: Motorola’s LTE-capable DROID XYBOARD tablets will be hitting Verizon stores this month.
For those of you who have managed to miss all the news about Motorola’s latest tablet venture, here are a few of the salient details.
Better known as the XOOM 2 in Europe, the XYBOARD comes in two flavors: one with an 8.2-inch IPS display and another with larger 10.1-inch IPS display. Don’t worry about missing out on performance if you go for one version over the other, as both XYBOARDs share the same 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM under the hood. Both tabs also sport 5-megapixel rear cameras, along with a 1.3-megapixel front-facer, and an IR transmitter for controlling your home theater.
On the application side, the XYBOARDs come Motorola’s MOTOCAST media streaming software, QuickOffice HD, Citrix GoToMeeting, and the usual suite of Google appa. Handwriting input buffs may also want to take note of the 10.1-inch XYBOARD, as it ships with a stylus meant to make doodling cats on the screen even easier than before.
But how much will all that cost you? The 10.1-inch XYBOARD comes in three memory variants: you can score a 16GB model for $ 529.99, a 32GB model for $ 629.99 and the king-sized 64 GB for $ 729.99. If you prefer the smaller 8.2-inch model, prices are a little more reasonable. There are only two models to choose from: 16GB for $ 429.99 and 32GB for $ 529.99. All of these prices are with a two-year contract, so think long and hard about whether or not the XYBOARDs are right for you.
You’ll need to pony up an extra monthly charge if you want to take advantage of the XYBOARD’s speedy LTE connection, too: prices for Verizon’s data plans start at $ 30 for 2GB of bandwidth.
Verizon also snuck in an announcement confirming the existence of a white Droid RAZR. I’m sure that news won’t be as exciting to some of you as it is to me, but fans of chromatically pure devices have one more to add to the list. Motorola has also pledged that all three of the newly-announced devices will get access to Android 4.0 (a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich), so here’s hoping they get access to the code sooner rather than later.
Now that we’ve seen all the leaks and heard all the rumors, RIM has finally announced the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380, welcoming two new members to the OS 7 family. Picking up where the Bold 9780 left off, the comparatively higher-end 9790 boasts a 2.44-inch touchscreen display with 360 x 480 resolution, and is powered by a 1GHz CPU. The QWERTY-equipped handset also ships with 8GB of onboard memory and features a microSD slot that offers up to 32GB of additional space. The Curve 9380, meanwhile, is an all touchscreen affair, with a 3.2-inch, 480 x 360 display and a five megapixel camera. RIM hasn’t offered any other details on the 9380′s specs, though the company did specify that both devices will offer NFC and augmented reality support, and will come pre-loaded with BlackBerry Messenger, Documents To Go Premium, and BlackBerry Protect. No word yet on pricing or availability, though RIM says to expect a launch “over the coming weeks.” Find more details in the full PR, after the break.
We knew good and well it was coming, and come it has. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play has made the natural GSM shift in the States in order to grace Ma Bell’s airwaves, and despite the “4G” naming convention, this fellow will be topping out at HSPA+. In other words, LTE lovers will need to look elsewhere. This marks the first launch of a PlayStation-certified smartphone for AT&T, and given that it’s been around the block a time or two, the carrier is (smartly) pricing it at just $ 49.99 on a two-year contract — a buck-fifty less than what it launched for on Verizon Wireless. As we’d heard, it’ll ship with Android 2.3.3, a 1GHz CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, a 4-inch display (854 x 480) and will arrive in an exclusive ‘stealth blue’ hue. Heavy spenders can opt for the Multimedia Dock DK300 and MC100 music cable, but even the barebones crowd will get seven pre-loaded games at no charge. Full details on that are hosted up after the break, and interested consumers can line up to grab theirs on September 18th.