Motorola has launched its latest smartphone, the Moto MIX, in South Korea. The phone runs on the Android 2.1 platform and has the Motorblur user interface.
It is rumored that Samsung and Google will launch Google’s Nexus Two device next month. Nexus Two, the successor to Nexus One, is said to run on Android 3.0 or what is likely to be the Gingerbread operating system.
Sony is said to be working on a new DSLR camera, code named Alpha A77. The new DSLR would most likely feature a 24-megapixel sensor, but deliver low noise images like the 14- and 16-megapixel cameras.
Nikon has launched a digital photo frame known as the NF-300i in Japan. Big deal, you’d say. But what about a digital photo frame running the Android 2.1 OS? That’s convergence for you.
The HP Envy 17 3D, one of the most-awaited products from HP has finally arrived in the US market. HP had unveiled the Envy 17 3D in early September this year. It has taken nearly two months after that for the laptops to become available in the US.
Spice Mobility has a new dual SIM phone in the Indian market, which is slim, and has a body with a silver metallic finish. This entry-level dual-SIM phone is priced at Rs. 3,000.
Point of View, a manufacturer of NVIDIA based 3D graphics cards and touchscreen systems such as mobiles, has launched two new Mobii internet tablets based on Google’s Android operating system and NVIDIA chipset.
Verizon Wireless has announced two new smartphone devices from LG and Pantech.