Posts Tagged ‘Bluetooth’
Sola, Lada, MT27i – has had many names, and now has got the official thumbs up from U.S. regulators. Sony Xperia Sola made an appearance at the FCC, have their own disputes and even dragged by the user using it. Under the somewhat underwhelming 3.7-inch LCD 854 x 480 is quite a collection of antennas, including the NFC, 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 and quadband GSM radio. Of course, all backed by ministers, but the almost-barn on fire, a 1GHz dual-core processors and loaded with gingerbread cookies. (Although, Sony promises upgrade ICS delivered by this summer.) See the source link for all regulatory submissions of fun and see Sola that lay open on the table.
Committed to not laugh, people, because this one appears a little camera shy: meet the HTC incredible 4G for Verizon Wireless. As you can see, the designers kept the style of the industry, yet funky and strong as usual, and like the original, infamous red accents are back in the mix. The skin cameras will continue to exist as part of a large bulge in the back, which now sports a large amount of texture. The number of the capacitive buttons on the front is reduced to three, the search is not there now. Excellent 4G will most certainly Ice Cream Sandwich device, complete with 4 layers of flavor.
A quick peek to see hardware information shows dual-core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, an 8MP main camera and VGA front-facing associated, with 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 – as well as support for LTE, and WiFi straight NFC. Screen is estimated to reach 4-inch and said to offer QHD resolution. In a welcome bit of news, the camera is said to capture the rapid explosion of images, which gives us hope that this is the same options found in one X and one S. However, it seems a mainstream, middle of the road handset which is likely to be priced between $ 100 and $ 150 on contract. Be sure to jump off for the rendering of the press, and for some more fuzzy pictures, just hit the source link below.
We know about most of the technical upgrade to Apple TV, but a few key specifications that we answered the advertisement. Now changing, however, thanks to more users on the forum aicjofs XBMC, which ripped apart a fresh unit to find out exactly what is inside its shell. In addition to its documented A5 single core SoC, now it is confirmed that the pendant features 1080p-so-branded Hynix 512MB RAM (up from 256) with 8GB of storage with no change, owned by Toshiba. Interestingly, there was no word on whether it is packing Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR as the other 2010 (Apple website only lists 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi), but mentioned that aicjofs MacRumors has discovered what may be an additional WiFi antenna. Some sections are still under investigation, but you can check the link below for more information.