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Samsung insists leaked roadmap “not accurate”

Samsung insists leaked roadmap “not accurate”

Samsung has attempted to pour cold water onto a rumored smartphone and tablet roadmap leak earlier this week, suggesting that "the details being cited are not accurate in this case." The supposed product line-up, emerging from a Lithuanian retailer and since pulled offline, included such gems as a 4.65-inch 1280 x 720 resolution GT-I9250 handset running Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and a 7-inch Honeycomb Galaxy Tab.

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Samsung roadmap leak tips 720p I9250 Android ICS phone, more

Samsung roadmap leak tips 720p I9250 Android ICS phone, more

Details of upcoming smartphones and tablets purportedly from a leaked Samsung roadmap have emerged, with retailer Mobili linija spilling the beans on not only a 7-inch Galaxy Tab replacement but a pair of supersized Android handsets one of which runs Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung's 7-inch slate, the P6200, is tipped to run Android 3.x Honeycomb on a 1024 x 600 display, with HSPA+ and twin cameras, a 3-megapixel shooter on the back and 2-megapixels up front. It will also apparently be available as the P6210, a WiFi-only version.

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LG’s Roadmap Leaked, Includes Windows Phone 7 Mango Fantasy And Dual-Core Prada K2

LG’s Roadmap Leaked, Includes Windows Phone 7 Mango Fantasy And Dual-Core Prada K2

The roadmap for LG's 2H 2011 smartphone lineup has been leaked along with specs and images revealed by the folks at PocketNow. They were not allowed to reproduce the images, and hence have offered up some renderings, which show a strong lineup of both high-end and mid-tier Android devices as well as one Windows Phone 7 Mango handset. All the devices are set to launch before the end of this year.

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Qualcomm roadmap leaks; Rivals “haven’t mastered” power/performance balance says VP

Qualcomm roadmap leaks; Rivals “haven’t mastered” power/performance balance says VP

Details of Qualcomm's processor roadmap for 2012 and 2013 have emerged, with the company planning to leverage its "Krait" next-gen chips for up to 2.5GHz quadcore MSM8974 SoCs. According to a roadmap leaked to MobileTechWorld, the MSM8930 and MSM8230 will arrive first, in Q3 2012, with dualcore 1-1.2GHz Krait cores, Adreno 305 graphics and LTE/HSPA+/TD-SCDMA support. It's all part of what Qualcomm chipset VP Raj Tulluri described to SlashGear as a "measured" approach to the battery and performance balance, something the exec doesn't believe rivals NVIDIA or Texas Instrument can compete on.

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WebOS Roadmap leaks showing new TouchPad and more

WebOS Roadmap leaks showing new TouchPad and more

The TouchPad from HP only went live in the last few days. We posted up our review of the TouchPad already and found the hardware lacking, but WebOS was pretty good. I guess HP is already set to refresh that TouchPad hardware, if the leaked roadmap can be believed. According go the roadmap an updated TouchPad is set to land this summer. Specifically the new 64GB TouchPad and a 4G version will land in August.

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Pixel Qi demos super-slim panels; smartphone and bistable on roadmap [Video]

Pixel Qi demos super-slim panels; smartphone and bistable on roadmap [Video]

Pixel Qi had promised some new screen technology at Computex this week, and the company has delivered, with a fresh 10.1-inch super-thin panel. Unlike the existing 10.1-inch screen, as used in the Notion Ink Adam, the new panel runs at 1280 x 800 making it ideal for Android Honeycomb slates; meanwhile, as ARMdevices' video demo shows, it's far more sunlight-visible than the iPad.

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AMD “Desna” Chips For Tablets? Roadmap Leaked

AMD “Desna” Chips For Tablets? Roadmap Leaked

Early last month we talked about AMD possibly heading into the tablet market, with announcements brewing up as Computex 2011 approaches. Well, it looks to be the case now that a massive multi-page company roadmap for AMD has been leaked. Currently, the company has its C-30 and C-50 chips aimed at the notebooks market that includes an iterated AMD Radeon graphics core capable of handling 3D graphics acceleration and 1080p video playback.

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Intel: Apple shapes our roadmap, ARM MacBook is ridiculous

Intel: Apple shapes our roadmap, ARM MacBook is ridiculous

Intel hasn't just been annoying Microsoft this week; the chip company has also been admitting quite how valuable Apple's roadmap is, and how much it shapes Intel's own product plans. "Apple helps shape our roadmap" senior Intel VP Tom Kilroy told Reuters, "they push us hard." That reliance could be under threat, according to reports earlier this month that Apple was planning a switch to ARM processors for its mainstream notebook line, though Kilroy is quick to dismiss it as unfounded.

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