(Via Pocket-lint, Hexus.net). Acer has no qualms about sharing its Mobile World Congress smartphone plans ahead of the show. In fact, it's boasting. Well, well, well. Acer has already won an award for a phone that few in the mobile industry knew existed. The electronics maker issued a press release today sharing its iF design award for the Acer CloudMobile, an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone that the company plans to launch later this month at Mobile World Congress. 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.
CNET también está sea on concrete iphone case disponible en español, Don't show this again, Bartley wrote that his prediction is based on his own recent checks with Amazon component suppliers, While such checks can be helpful in getting a sense of a company's future plans, they're by no means definitive, and can often lead analysts down the wrong path, Back in November, the often unreliable Digitimes reported that Amazon could start production of an 8.9-inch Kindle Fire in May 2012, with an eventual launch at the end of the second quarter, That report has been flanked by several reports, claiming Amazon could launch a 10-inch Kindle Fire..
Still, Amazon's estimated 6 million Kindle Fire sales last quarter were no match for Apple's iPad 2. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company reported recently that it sold 15.43 million iPads during the fourth quarter, alone. (Via All Things Digital). Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley says the larger device could launch as soon as the middle of 2012. Amazon is nearing the launch of a 9-inch Kindle Fire, Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley says. Bartley told investors in a research note this week that the 9-inch Kindle Fire could launch by the middle of the year. He didn't provide further details on the tablet, but did say that the 9-inch model should increase Kindle Fire sales this year from an expected 12.7 million units to 14.9 million.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Frequent tweeter on the subject of all things tech Eldar Murtazin took to the micro-blogging service to say, "Android 4 aka ICS for SGS2 will be officially available from March 1.", Murtazin went on to qualify that the date of the much-anticipated upgrade would depend on your country and network operator, and that the bump to Android 4.0 would be available as as an over the air update, or using Samsung's Kies software, Murtazin doesn't say what his sources are, and the sea on concrete iphone case prolific tweeter's futuregazing missives don't always seem to be on the money -- recently he tweeted a link to an image of what looked to be a new Samsung Galaxy phone, but we reckon that was just a dodgy Photoshop..
Still, if 1 March isn't when the S2 gets updated, it can't be far off the truth -- Samsung Norway has said it will update the S2 and the Galaxy Note in the first quarter of 2012, which means it should be sporting Ice Cream Sandwich by the end of March. Murtazin later tweeted that the Note would be getting updated to Ice Cream Sandwich "from March to May". What would really help in this situation is for Samsung to be upfront with S2 owners about when they can expect an update. C'mon folks, put us out of our misery.
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