Well this surely looks quite hot! The first leaked images and specs of the most awaited dual OS Geeksphone look awesome and here’s why! The device uses a black and white design, just like the white Nexus 5, and packs a 4.7 inch IPS display, along with a dual core Intel SoC @ 1.6GHz, with 1GB of RAM, 4GB of storage, microSD slot and a main camera with 8.0MPixels resolution, along with a secondary front facing camera (1.3MPixels).
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When Asus entered the Android world, they showed us a new take on tablets – the convertible, or what they call the transformer. And since then the Taiwanese company has continued to produce more and more Android and Windows convertible and last year they made another noise with their dual-booting Transformer Book Trio that can switch from Android to Windows OS with just a push of a button.
And for this year at CES 2014 Asus has … Continue reading
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We have seen glimpse of it before through Asus’ Transformer Book Trio, and yesterday at CES 2014 Intel has finally confirmed about it’s idea to put Android and Windows together on an Intel-powered devices particularly tablets, hybrids, and all-in-ones.
And why do Intel pushes this idea? What’s in for users to have both Android and Windows OS on a single device? Well it’s because of the hard fact that Windows is still the generally preferred OS for business … Continue reading
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Ubuntu developer previews has been released for several Android devices in February 2013 and has been getting nothing but positive feedbacks since then. We have also seen their concept of Ubuntu Edge that can Dual-boot on both Ubuntu and Android. Although the Ubuntu Edge hasn’t came to due to the lack of funding, Canonical and it’s Ubuntu still won’t lose it’s steam as they have recently landed a deal with a smartphone manufacturer that will produce devices that will … Continue reading
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Recently, we have heard that Microsoft is in discussions with HTC, to install Windows Phone OS on their Android devices. Maybe Microsoft wants desperately to show a fake growth of its mobile OS, by putting it in Android devices and then to count these devices as Windows Phone devices.
Now there are rumors that Microsoft has made the same offer (Windows Phone OS for smartphones and Windows RT for tablets, for free) to Samsung and Huawei.
The well-known … Continue reading
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