Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Video: Tag Heuer Link

€4700 for an Android phone? Well, yes.. this is the Tag Heuer Link which is encrusted with.. stuff. Out next month at selected Tag Heuer outlets.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Video: HTC EVO 3D Europe

If 3D floats your boat, then the 3D version of the HTC Sensation, the HTC EVO 3D is heading to Europe from next month. In the US, the EVO 3D has been out for just a few days so it is hard to say if it's actually any good or not..

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Video: Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray and Xperia Active

A pair of Android from Sony Ericsson. First up is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray which is basically a shrunken version of the Xperia Arc. The screen is just 3.3" but packs 480 x 854 pixels, just like the Arc, inside the same 1GHz processor powers the thing. I guess you probably need good eyesight to use this one!

Next up is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Active. This seems to be pretty much the same hardware platform as the new Xperia Mini, with a smallish 3" display. The active is designed for outdoors use and is waterproof, while still looking like a very decent device underneath. A 1GHz processor in this is probably overkill, but you can never have too much power can you?

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Nokia N9: if only it ran Android

If only this ran Android.. although it's probably just a matter of time until someone ports it!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Video: Motorola XT883

A bit of an odd way to announce a major handset, but a couple of days ago Moto launched the XT833 on China's third largest mobile phone network, China Telecom. So far, so meh.. but the XT833 is actually the DROID 3  or Milestone 3, so a pretty major announcment.

Think of it as an ATRIX with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a better camera and more up-to-date OS and you get the picture. Probably due out some time after the summer.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Video: Sony Tablet teaser

A little teaser from Sony on their upcoming tablet...

Wait.. what? Mystery dual-screen LG spotted

Possibly the oddest Android phone to date, this mystery dual-screen LG device was spotted by Pocket Lint.

It's a Milestone-esque slider, but slap bang in the middle of the keyboard is a a secondary touchscreen.

This is either genius or madness, but Kudos to LG for giving something like this a ago!


Video: Panasonic Toughbook tablet

Now, I kind of want one of these because frankly Toughbooks are pretty cool and as close to indestructible as you can get. But I have a horrible feeling that this thing is going to be monstrously expensive!