Qualcomm 1.7Ghz Quad-core built-in.
At Mobile World Congress 2013 the nomobile.ru guys interviewed me showing off my video-blogging setup and my latest gadgets. I wasn’t able to use the Kopin Golden-i 3.8 to live augment my video-blogging at MWC because it was stuck in customs.
See more about how I video on my How I video-blog page.
The newest 5″ 1080p Smartphone from Asus runs on the 1.7Ghz Qualcomm S600 processor and docks into a 1080p 10.1″ Tablet to instantly transform the smartphone into a tablet.
This is a tour of the Yota Devices booth at Mobile World Congress 2013, including overviews of their upcoming E Ink LCD dual-mode YotaPhone and their LTE modems and routers, they are releasing several new products including one LTE router with a large capacity battery that lasts up to 21 hours and can connect 8 devices to that LTE connection at the same time.
- Yota Devices E Ink and LCD dual-mode Android Phone (armdevices.net)
- Yota Devices announces licensing agreement with Qualcomm (androidcommunity.com)
- Yota Devices Becomes Qualcomm Licensee, Which Should Help Its Chances Of Going Global (techcrunch.com)
- Hands-on: YotaPhone and its dual-screen LCD/E Ink displays [VIDEO] (phandroid.com)
- Yota To Mass Produce E-ink Phone In Singapore (techcrunch.com)
- YotaPhone LCD/e-ink handset could go global with Qualcomm deal (digitalspy.co.uk)
Qualcomm talks about their release of the Snapdragon 600 in devices unveiled at Mobile World Congress that are the Asus Transformer Infinity, LG Optimus G Pro and HTC One. At MWC 2013, Qualcomm also detailed more about their upcoming Snapdragon 200 and 400 series and they are also talking about the upcoming Snapdragon 800 series that increases GPU performance by 50%, supports 4K video encode and decode and many other new advanced features for the fastest smartphones and tablets to come later this year.
5″ WVGA Smartphone from Alcatel One Touch on a Qualcomm processor.
HTC releases their latest flagship phone. Featuring a 1.7ghz quad-core Qualcomm S600 processor, 4.7″ 1080p 468ppi display, HTC Ultrapixel camera (4 megapixels but better), HTC Blinkfeed (social/news aggregator), HTC Boomsound (good sound), HTC Zoe (gallery features) and an Interactive TV guide (control your TV from your phone).
Mozilla just launched the Firefox OS targetted at low-end phones for developing countries. Mozilla says it’s optimized for single-core low-megahertz phones, with low RAM, low storage, all apps are meant to be web apps. Mozilla volunteers say the goal is to bring the web to more people in developing countries.
This is LG’s latest high-end Smartphone, on the fastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor at 1.7Ghz, large 5.5″ 1080p screen, fast modem, MicroSD, removable battery, this phone is quite impressive.
Here’s LG’s latest mid-priced Smartphone F series, here featuring the LG F5.