Close your eyes and imagine - imagine a strange and crazy world where the Motorola Droid Pro doesn't run on Verizon but instead has been outfitted solely with an HSPA/GSM radio and set for Europe. Image that the only other difference between the Verizon Droid Pro and this crazy new phone - let's call it simply the Motorola Pro - is that it doesn't have any of the custom Verizon software or the Verizon 'droid' branding. Image it still has a 1GHz processor, Android 2.2, and the same version of MotoBlur.
Imagine no more, dear reader, because the Motorola Pro is not only announced, it's real and we have the photos to prove it. What an amazing world we live in - the only way it would be amazing-er is if we had a firm launch date and price. Sadly, all we know is that it's coming to Europe and given that the hardware is here and on display and working, we have assume that it's coming soon.
LG unveiled their newest flagship device this morning at MWC, the Optimus 3D. The Optimus 3D features the world's first dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory architecture.
It features two 5MP rear cameras for 3D recording, which are powered by a dual-core 1GHz TI OMAP 4 processor.The screen is a 4.3-inch, WVGA display that also features the world's first stereoscopic scree, which means glasses free 3D.
Other specs include 8GB memory, a 1500 mAh battery and DLNA/HDMI support. Full press release after the break.
We're still sitting in on the LG live blog from Mobile World Congress but we had to just take a quick second and show you all the Quadrant scores from the LG Optimus 3D. As you all can see above, the Optimus 3D can easily hit 2958 without any modifications at all. Dual Core, Dual Channels, Dual Memory is what Euro marketing director Daniel Hernandez was making clear to everyone. The LG Optimus 3D is packing that and more. Sit tight as we gather up the rest of the information for you all.
At their press event in Barcelona this morning, LG officially showed off their Optimus Pad, and let us all know they are ready for the "tablet war" that 2011 will be. While they already made an official announcement via press release on Feb 12, this was the first time they gave us a look, and discussed their global strategy for tablet computing. It seems like they understand that the market for a true tablet computer is going to skyrocket, and they say they are ready for it with the Optimus Pad. With a 1 GHz Tegra2 dual-core processor the specs are very nice on paper, and you can bet we're going to have a look at real world performance just as soon as we can.
We're not quite sold on the 3D aspect of their newest devices, but we want to be fair and try it ourselves. The concept sounds good, let's hope the execution can live up. The full press release from today's event is after the break.
We're live from LG's press event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The Optimus 3D is in definite effect, and maybe we'll see a tablet or two. The presser's scheduled to start at 11 a.m. local time (that's GMT +1), so join us after the break!
Motorola has announced that their business-oriented phone the Droid Pro is coming to Europe as the Motorola Pro.
The European version will be identical to the American version, just sans the 'Droid' label. It will still sports Android 2.2 (Froyo), a 1GHz processor and a full QWERTY keyboard that is best described as 'BlackBerry-style'. It is a popular device for enterprise because of enhaced security measures such as remote wiping of the device and SD card, SD card encryption and complex password support.
Around here we love Lloyd as well as Andy but we often have late night thoughts of what we, ourselves would look like as Android mascots. OK, maybe just some of us think that way but we're certain we're not alone in that thinking. Luckily, Google was onto that idea as well (or been reading our email again) and have decided to release Androidify to the Android Market. With Androidify you can create your own, modeled after you Android robot. Very cool. Jump on past the break for the promo video and download from the Android Market. [Androidify via @OOBE,Engagdet]
By showcasing the power of LTE, we hope consumers will better understand how fast mobile technology can be and help drive the industry closer toward this exciting reali-ty,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Having been involved with Verizon in the joint development of the VL600 LTE modem in 2010, LG is well positioned to continue to lead the development of LTE technology."
We'll hopefully be able to stop by and give it a test for you all and report back. In the meantime, jump on past the break for the full press release announcement from LG.
Adobe today has put out a press release noting the highlights of Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR for mobile environments. According to the press release, both applications have been doing extremely well on the mobile platform. We've taken some of the mobile highlights out for you all below:
More than 6 million downloads of Flash Player 10.1 via Android Market with 150,000 user ratings. (4.5 out of 5 stars)
More than 20 million of all smartphones shipped had Flash Player 10.1 installed. (on 35+ certified devices)
More than 50 tablets will ship or be able to download Flash Player
New Content Viewer for Android brings digital pubs to Android tablets and devices via AIR
National Geographic, Martha Stewart Living, Conde Nast and Dennis Publishing use Suite to bring titles to Android
Stage Video brings hardware acceleration to Flash and significantly reduces processor, memory usage. Will be arriving on Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” tablets
If you're interested in the full stats from Adobe you can head on past the break for the full press release. All in all though, Adobe is basically saying that we're going to be seeing a lot more of them in the near future. [Businesswire]
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