Stereoscopic 3D is something you either love or hate. There really is no in-between with it. Most people find it pointless while others do enjoy it and occassionally a company will still produce and Android device with it such as the WikiPad. We have seen some good examples of stereoscopic 3D as well as horrible ones.
Kyocera proved today that you don’t need a somewhat powerful phone to enjoy Android’s latest OS. The company announced two lower-end Android 4.0 smartphones at CTIA called the Hydro and the Rise. Although pricing is not yet known, chances are these phones aren’t going to cost much after being subsidized by a carrier. The off-contract prices shouldn’t be too bad either.
Samsung announces two new tablets at CTIA. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9, both have dual-core and Honeycomb.
Samsung just got finished with their Unpacked event over at CTIA and have announced two new tablets coming our way very soon, summer in fact. The Galaxy Tablet 8.9 and the Galaxy Tablet 10.1 will be heading into our hands this summer with some seriously good pricing to top it all off. Oh, did we mention they are dual-core?
Well CTIA has started today and one bit of news coming out already regarding the Xperia Play is that at least one North American model of the phone will be heading for Verizon. While we say one model, that is because there are rumors it will eventually land on all carriers in the USA. However, the Verizon one is the first one spied with actual branding.