Sega will be continuing their push into the Android Market soon with a new game, exclusive to the Xperia Play for now, called Virtua Tennis Challenge. We got a chance to meet up with Mike from Sega who is the Brand Manager for Virtua Tennis on mobile platforms and had some fun playing this upcoming game.
We headed over to the LG Booth for our appointment and what we were really interested in was the new LG Spectrum HD LTE Android phone which is also coming with Super Street Fighter IV. That particular game also came with the LG Nitro and can only be played on an phone that has a true HD resolution display.
Zombie Driver THD is one of the games we mentioned that would be coming to Android this year and we managed to get a bit of a gameplay preview of this title filmed while at the nVidia booth. Developed by Exor Studios, Zombie Driver THD isn't your normal zombie survival game.
One of the other items we really wanted to check out was the multiplayer functionality that is coming to Shadowgun for Android. This new version will be called Shadowgun: Deadzone and we got to check out some of the gameplay for it. End result: It is about time multiplayer came to Shadowgun.
We mentioned in our recap of the nVidia press conference that they quickly showed Skyrim being played on an Asus Transformer Prime through the use of the upcoming THD version of the Splashtop Remote Desktop application which will be available specifically for Tegra-based Android devices soon.
One of the first items we walked right into when the doors open yesterday was the Intel booth and there they had a prototype of their upcoming Intel Android tablet. Coming from Lenovo, this particular tablet will be running Ice Cream Sandwich when it is released.
For those of you who were unable to tune into the live streaming of the nVidia Press Conference, there was a lot of talk about Tegra 3. While most of it was information we already knew, nVidia announced a few interesting new features.
Verizon has just announced the latest addition to the Droid family of phones called the Droid 4. This new member of the family will come packing a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of Ram and 16GB of internal storage. To make it even more enticing to get, it is also an LTE phone.
Every year we get rather unique gadgets that end up running Android. Last year during CES 2011, one of those unique devices happen to be a headset with a built-in touchscreen that ran Android. This year we already have one new gadget to talk about which is the A3-Wifi from FAVI Entertainment.
Fujitsu has jumped into the realm of Android it seems and are not pulling any punches when it comes to the hardware they are stuffing into their, yet unnamed, Android device. This beastly Android phone will pack a Tegra 3 quad-core chipset and come complete with a healthy dose of Android 4.0.
For those of you who haven't pre-ordered an Asus Transformer Prime it may have been a good thing to have waiting as Asus has unveiled a new design for the Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, sporting a higher resolution (1920x1200) over the original 1280x800.
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