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They are claiming, for right now, the world's fastest smart phone. Quad cores @ 1.5Ghz. Also only 8.9mm thick with a 1800mAh battery that they say will last 1-2 days with 'normal' usage. Not sure what they consider 'normal' but 1-2 days is pretty vague. I'm guessing they are saying they can achieve that due to their proprietary power management technology they are claiming.


Launching in Q2 of this year..they also have two other variants, one of with ships with a 2500mAh battery~

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I'm sad. Cdma networks will never see this phone.


Sent from my Nexus S 4G


Yeah, MWC will be a GSM fest.. and all we can do is window shop~

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Yeah, its their first in house one, K3V2




Includes their press release




I guess they pit it up against the Tegra 3, and its preformed better

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