A recent report talks about Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which grabbed the attention of techies around the world, from January 8-11, at Las Vegas. There were many technology companies and start-ups which got the chance to showcase new things for consumers. If reports are to be believed, as many as 20,000 new gadgets were launched there under over 3,250 exhibitors.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei is all set to launch its first own branded smartphone, called the Blaze, in the UK on 30th of September.
The Blaze runs Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and features a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive, 320x480 resolution display, and 3-megapixel photo snapper.
The HTC Evo 3D is an excellent Android smartphone that offers glasses-free 3-D viewing recording, and allow users to mirror the recorded content to a nearby 3D TV or HDTV.
The upcoming HTC Evo 3D smartphone runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, and features a large 4.3 inch 3-D qHD display that offers a resolution of 960 by 540 pixels, and offers an enhanced web browsing experience with support for full Adobe Flash media player.
Shipping times for Apple’s popular second-generation tablet, the iPad 2, have come down to 1-3 business days, which shows that the Cupertino-based gadget maker has finally started catching up with demand.
New leaks about the purported next generation iPhone, the iPhone 5, are surfacing online.
Apple.pro, a website well-known for leaking hardware details of Apple’s future products, claims that flash and camera lens in the potential iPhone 5 will be further apart from each other that they are in the existing version.
Long queues in front of Apple stores are common whenever the Cupertino-based electronics giant has something new to offer. But, the popularity of the Apple products and their shortage can sometimes create riot-like situation.
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