Posts Tagged: "1080p"

SAMSUNG CSC

HTC 8XT First Impressions: 6 Talking Points (list)

- - 0 Comments

Our friends at Sprint offered up another mobile gem for our editorial appraisal. It’s the Sprint edition HTC 8XT Windows Phone. It’s a another mobile device powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 dual-core processor clocked at 1.4ghz. It’s touting 1080p video capture, a 800 x 480 Gorilla Glass display, 1gb of...

HTV One vs HTC One Mini

HTC One Mini Vs. HTC One (comparison)

- - 0 Comments

Yesterday we took a brief look at the PR HTC released for the reduced size HTC One Mini. The unit is finally getting official specs and a taste of a release date. It truth, it looks very much like a the HTC One’s smaller doppleganger. It sports similar industrial design,...

SAMSUNG CSC

Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone Review

- - 0 Comments

‘m a believer in the Window Phone platform. More manufacturers seem to be putting hammer to anvil to forge a variety of devices. That’s great. Market saturation is sorely needed, as are more apps for the Windows Phone OS. This is something currently swelling at a simmering pace. Still, until...

SAMSUNG CSC

Nokia Lumia 928 vs Samsung Galaxy S4 (comparison)

- - 14 Comments

As you may have seen, we caught the Nokia Lumia 928 lurking around the nervously fortified GR compound. So we quickly accosted the sucker, stripped it down and made the new Windows darling show us the money. It’s an eyeful too. Our initial impression showed a speedy device, with an...

Sony Computex 2013 Vaio pro dul

Sony Introduces New VAIO Pro 11/13 and Duo 13 Hybrid PCs

- - 0 Comments

In case my fellow yanks didn’t know, it’s Computex this week in Taiwan. This is the reason I continue to find myself violently “yoinked” from my slumber to report on something just too sumptuous to wait for me to–oh I don’t know–have a decent cup of coffee. Yesterday was Asus....

LG Optimus GK

LG Optimus GK Does 1080p with Snapdragon 600 Quad-Core

- - 0 Comments

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 quad-core CPU is making the rounds quite handsomely. Both the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 have it and more to thank for their new found superpowers. It’s a beefy and urgently swift mobile processor that I have marveled over since I laid hands on the HTC...