The LG G3 surprised us when it was released earlier this year. It has useful design, with a removable battery and MicroSD options, and its metal-skinned finish sets the handset off with "premium" flare. It also has the most eye-popping screen on a smartphone with its almost bezel-less 5.5-inch 2560x1440 Quad HD…
Given Sony already torpedoed its Xperia S back at CES, you can aaaaalmost forgive the now-lacking-in-Ericsson company for its lacklustre MWC showings. New Sony boss Kaz Hirai took to the stage to intro the Xperia P and Xperia U phones, which, as rumoured, are both dual-core phones with 8 and 5-megapixel cameras…
It's funny, the way that Motorola keeps awkwardly scraping away at the future of computing. The Atrix was a phone with a dual-core processor-like your laptop!—that also turned into a laptop. The Droid Bionic is the next step—a dual-core transforming thing of a phone, but it pulls down real internet from the sky.
Remember when you first heard about the Droid Bionic? You had no gray hair and Jimmy Carter was still in the White House. Well, eight months after CES, here it is—potentially the new king of Android pile on Verizon, at least this month.
Spoiler: I don't know. But it looks like the Vigor isn't the only phone HTC has in the pipeline. This is HTC Holiday, and it has a California license plate. And a 4.5-inch qHD screen.
To compete with the tablets and 300dpi-display-equipped smartphones, Epson and E Ink are collaborating on a 300dpi display of their own (2400x1650 resolution on a 9.7-inch screen). The Kindle, by comparison, has a 160dpi resolution. [ZD Net]