CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. 9to5Mac claims a Foxconn employee has let slip that the next iteration of the iPhone will boast a screen that's at least 4 inches across, and is nearly ready to go into production. Those same sources also reckon the iPhone 5 will boast a different design to the iPhone 4 and its more successful identical twin, the iPhone 4S. The rumoured 'teardrop' design won't be used apparently -- the next iPhone will instead be symmetrical along the sides.
That report chimes with the image above, which was spotted by 9to5Mac last year, apparently on a Chinese part reseller's website, The part certainly looks very Apple-esque and clearly boasts a slimmer bezel, which could make for more screen real estate, So is Apple likely to plonk a larger screen on its new mobile? Rival manufacturers have spent the last few iphone case that lights up years building bigger and bigger phones, ramping up screen sizes to the point where the mahoosive Samsung Galaxy Note almost looks acceptable..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The Android-equipped Sony Walkman Z arrives in the U.S. around March, but Sony is only playing a conservative lineup with capacities ranging up to just 32GB. Does Sony have what it takes to pull off an Android media consumption device and audio powerhouse? CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell answers these questions and more in his full review of the Sony Walkman Z. This decked out Android-powered Walkman is so close, but so far away. Say hello to the white Sony Walkman Z.
Chances are slim we will see this device stateside, but the faithful Sony enthusiasts in Japan get a special 64GB platinum white version (NW-Z1070/W) on February 17, Japan already has access to the regular purple and red 64GB Walkman Z versions as well, A description of the color on Sony's Web site says this special Walkman shines like a pearl and is easier to wipe clean, It also carries a iphone case that lights up hefty 45,800 yen price tag (about $533), Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
A 5-inch prototype display has been developed with Chimei Innolux, a TFT-LCD manufacturer. Presumably, Qualcomm is interested in applying this technology in some form to its MEMS-based mirasol displays, which have evolved from rudimentary tiny bichrome 1.2-inch-screen beginnings to the 5.7-inch color screen featured on Kyobo's e-reader (see photo above). Mirasol displays excel in harnessing ambient light, thus saving power. Qualcomm paid between $175 million and $200 million for Pixtronix, according to EE Times.