Week in Review @PocketDroid (25.02 – 03.03)


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Lenovo announced three new tablets:

The Mobile World Congress is getting more exciting every day, thanks to the ambitious manufacturers who keep us busy with their new announcements. Lenovo is also a part of them, with its newly-announced Jellybean tablets, the Lenovo S6000, A3000 and A1000. Get to know them better

Asus outed the PadFone Infinity:

Jonney Shih chief of Asustek Corp has announced on stage at MWC 2013 the latest transformation – Asus PadFone Infinity which features a 5 inch Full HD display (441 ppi), quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 processor, metallic and anti-fingerprint coating and Infinity station (see photo above).

Asus CEO says that the new display is far superior to Retina display. The new PadFone Infinity costs $999.

Alcatel announced OneTouch Idol X:

We used to know Alcatel for their budget low end device but they’re now introducing very capable and modern smartphones based on the very latest Android versions.

One such device is their newly announced One Touch Idol X which features a brilliant 5-inch 080p display like much of those new smartphones out there. Quad CPU and Android 4.2 on board

Sony announced Xperia Tablet Z:

Sony has attracted many people to its booth these days at MWC, but everything has its reasons. One reason is that Sony has quite interesting gadgets over at the Sony booth, and one of them is the now-announced Sony Xperia Tablet Z. Has some nice looks

HTC One has been made available for pre-ordering in UK:

HTC One is the latest and most exciting smartphone that HTC launched, the aluminium casing houses a 5 inch Full HD display, powered by a 1.5Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAMand Android JellyBean with HTC Sense 5 on top of it. Pre-order it now