Samsung Galaxy R is a new Android smartphone from the Korean company. It comes with a 4.2-inch WVGA display, 5-megapixel camera and so on. It’s got a slightly smaller screen than the SII, it’s a little thicker, but in other respects it’s pretty similar. Check out this video preview!
The 10.1-inch Mobii Tegra tablet weights 1.6 pounds and it runs on the Google Android 2.2 and comes with processing capabilities powered by a 1GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 250 processor, internal memory worth 512MB of RAM and 512MB worth of storage, it also has 1.3 million pixel camera. HDMI output, stereo speakers and a headphone jack. The battery is of 3300mAh.
Blackmagic Design announced its DaVinci Resolve 8 advanced color correction tool, which is now available for free download from the Blackmagic Design Web site. New features include multilayer timeline support with editing, and XML import and export with Apple Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro. Resolve 8 now includes OpenCL processing to enable use on Apple iMac and MacBook Pro computers. New advanced processing tools have been added for real-time noise reduction, curve grading, advanced multipoint stabilization, and automatic stereoscopic 3D image alignment. DaVinci Resolve 8 also supports the Avid Artist Color, Tangent Wave, and JL Copper control panels plus offers ALE export to relink graded DNxHD files back into Avid editors.
Google with its first Android 4.0 phone, potentially called the Nexus Prime. Google’s next Nexus phone is rumored to be a 4G LTE powerhouse. The phone’s display will run on 720p (1280 by 768) resolution and will be extremely sharp like Apple’s Retina Display on the iPhone 4, 720p display will be named the SuperAMOLED HD.
Google may also be working on to launch other Android 4.0 smartphones and tablets around the time of the Nexus Prime’s launch. Nexus S, which for the longest time was the only phone running Android 2.3, Google may have several updated devices to choose. The Nexus Prime is rumored to be primed and ready for fall 2011.
The Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer is a portable digital printer. Polaroid PoGo is far more compact than other printers because it uses zero ink technology. Using it is as easy as send, print and share without help with computer. It uses “Zink” or zero ink technology, it can only print on Polaroid PoGo ZINK photo papers and not on ordinary papers. It works with digital cameras and camera phones with Bluetooth. Check out the preview of this amazing instant mobile printer. Enjoy!
Upcoming hand-held game console under development by Sony. It is the successor to the PlayStation Portable as part of the PlayStation family of gaming devices.
The handheld includes two analog sticks, a 5-inch (130 mm) OLED multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, and supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G (the latter is included only in the 3G version of the console). Internally, the Vita features a 4 core ARM Cortex-A9 core processor and a 4 core SGX543MP4+ graphics processing unit.
A main feature is full backwards-compatibility with all PlayStation Portable games digitally released on the PlayStation Network, via the PlayStation Store. The device’s dual analog sticks will be supported only in select games. It will upscale and smooth graphics via a software emulator.
Want to be entertained like never before? On-demand movies look great with a high definition display, and they sound crystal clear with Hi-Fi audio technology. HTC Sensation also includes an immersive HTC Sense experience making this phone easy to use and a top entertainer.
It has 35% more pixels than its Nemesis, the Samsung Galaxy S II, Engadget calculated. Android adapts well to the greater amount of pixels. Also, the qHD resolution means you can say goodbye to letterboxing when you’re watching movies. Many movies are shot in a 16:9 aspect ratio, and that’s the aspect ratio of the Sensation’s screen.