Gigabit's the future of mobile connectivity, and Intel is getting a head start. The company revealed its high-speed XMM 7650 modem in February, and it's bound for tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices.
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Japanese manufacturer NuAns announced the Neo Reloaded, a slightly improved version of 2016's Neo that eschews Windows 10 Mobile for Android 7.1 Nougat. The Neo Reloaded is now available for pre-order.
Beijing-based Jide Technology has taken the wraps off an Android-based operating system that transforms your smartphone into a desktop when plugged into an external monitor. It's fully compatible with Android apps.
Huawei has officially taken the wraps off of the Honor V9, a device that boasts excellent specs -- such as Kirin 960 processor and either 4GB or 6GB of RAM -- at what should be a surprisingly low price.
Customers of Google's wireless service can expect better call clarity, faster data during calls, and quicker call initiation thanks to Voice over LTE, which is being tested for a limited group of users right now.
Qualcomm has announced that the Snapdragon 210 will soon support Android Things, making it the first chip to support the Internet of Things operating system with LTE -- a big deal for enterprises and organizations.
Samsung's Exynos 9810, which is expected to power select variants of the company's upcoming Galaxy S8 handset, is becoming less of a mystery with each passing day. Leaks have helped to paint a picture of Samsung's upcoming chip.