Samsung’s Press Conference has just resumed, with quite an array of devices, which do include a few Android-related devices. Samsung is working hard on the “Smart” products, allowing all their gadgets to be connected, in order to accomplish a seamless, adaptable, interaction between their products.
NVIDIA has made an appearance at CES 2011 during a press conference, and things have never looked better for Android. Jen Hsung-Huang, NVIDIA’s President, Co-founder, and CEO, talked about their new Tegra 2 Processor, and the great advantages that this product will bring to the “Superphone.”
As CES 2011 unveils, the tablet war is sure to become rougher. ASUS has officially stepped into the fight by announcing 3 Android tablets during a press conference. The three devices will run on Android 3.0, which might be Honeycomb, but it could be something newer, since rumors say Honeycomb will actually be 2.4. The devices will be the ASUS Eee Pad MeMo, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer, and the ASUS Eee Pad Slider.
After Walmart’s leaked information about the HTC EVO Shift 4G, which was pulled from the website rather quickly, every former EVO fan has been holding his breath for upcoming news about the device. Today, Sprint has made this device official, announcing that it will be released by January 9th, and if that was not enough of a treat, Wirefly has actually released a brief review of the device. The video is more of a briefing, since it is not as in-depth as the common reviews out there, which usually come out after multiple weeks of testing the device, but it is definitely something to look at for a general idea of the EVO’s successor.