CES 2013: Schedule of events
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jan 2013, 08:22
With just a few days until the start of CES 2013, it's time to take a look at the schedule of events so that we all know exactly what's in store for us and when. Naturally, CES is an expo for all things consumer electronics, so there's going to be a lot of interesting stuff happening, but of course we'll concentrate on what is most important for us, and that's mobile. What you'll find below is a curated list of the CES events that might introduce us to new products or information that might be interesting to us...
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8. IHateApple posted on 02 Jan 2013, 07:05 6 0
Where's Blackberry? I am really interested to see Sony's Crystal LED TVs again!
13. Aaron_R96 posted on 02 Jan 2013, 08:54 0 0
Potential to be the biggest phone of CES! especially if it has that IR Blaster on board! I just hope this time they get it to be much more widespread on the US market (available for more carriers) as they've only really been available on AT&T last year anyway..
17. Muhannad posted on 02 Jan 2013, 11:13 0 0
All the new phones are leaked which takes out the excitement and surprise from the announcement about it.
5. MauriceGerald posted on 02 Jan 2013, 06:27 4 0
few more days to get more of SONY ZL. Hope it is even better that it looks like.
6. Nathan_ingx posted on 02 Jan 2013, 06:33 4 0
Fun filled 2013 is starting earlier than expected.
10. wendygarett (limited) 5 days ago posted on 02 Jan 2013, 07:39 1 5
Probably the a15 architecture or something IDK...
12. rickywinataa posted on 02 Jan 2013, 08:46 1 0
probably the revised version of snapdragon S4, the current S4 is like a hybrid of A9 and A15 or they will announced new gpu to take on T604
11. cezarepc posted on 02 Jan 2013, 07:47 0 0
I've read somewhere that there's a supposed partnership between Microsoft and Qualcomm, so that's one thing.
... and there's also this rumor about them buying a chunk of Sharp shares.
21. Berzerk000 posted on 02 Jan 2013, 14:51 0 0
Either the S4 Prime, or some info on the next-gen S5 chips.
25. InspectorGadget80 posted on 02 Jan 2013, 16:42 0 0
S5 EIGHT CORE? Sorry don't know what's after QUAD CORE
32. IHateApple posted on 08 Jan 2013, 03:38 0 0
After a quad core comes: a faster quad core. History is the biggest example.
Core 2 Quad -> 1st Gen Core i7-> 2nd Gen Core i7 -> 3rd Gen Core i7 -> 4th Gen Core i7. All of them have 4 cores.
34. Nathan_ingx posted on 08 Jan 2013, 04:42 0 0
After quad-cores comes octa-cores...i don't think there's Hexa-cores.
Much like how the bytes work their way up, as in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB...and so on. It's not a rule or anything, but it's the conventional way of making things. Not that they can't stray away and make something with 6GB. It has always been that way.
29. Cynipap999 (banned) posted on 07 Jan 2013, 08:43 1 1
Wrong ...... Sony is just giving a press conference.
Samsung, on the other hand, is giving a press conference and a keynote so, therefore, it's all about Samsung.
As always, Sprint and Apple are absent.
16. pookiewood posted on 02 Jan 2013, 11:03 0 0
What happened to Nokia with a Windows RT announcement? :(
22. InspectorGadget80 posted on 02 Jan 2013, 16:34 0 0
XPERIA Z HERE I COME! Samsung Electrions BIGGER TV SCREENS AND OLED TV'S can't wait
26. MarshalAmin posted on 03 Jan 2013, 05:13 2 7
Samsung Galaxy SIV,the monster of the year , i'm waiting for it .
31. spiderpig2894 posted on 07 Jan 2013, 08:56 0 0
Why can't Sony provide Crystal LEDs in phones to compete with OLEDs?
I know it is in the process but I so prefer those LEDs over OLEDs! It just gives the same as the OLED except for short life span and oversaturation.
33. IHateApple posted on 08 Jan 2013, 03:46 0 0
Crystal LED is quite new. They can't get such a high number of LED's to work in a small display. The best they can do now is probably a 1080p 23 inch display.
For the same reason, we can't have 5 inch 1080p Super AMOLED displays (while using the RGB stripe).
And for the same reason, we can't have 32 inch 1080p Plasma Displays.