Droid Weekly 6/9/13: HTC One, ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity, Computex, and More


Confirmed: Verizon HTC One Arriving 'Later this Summer'

This week, Verizon announced via their Twitter account that the HTC One will be making its' way to the largest network in the US later this summer. But they did not give any information about a release date or pricing. Read More

Gmail for Android version 4.5 Now Available for Download – Links Included!



This week, the new version of Gmail began rolling out to everyone. If you still haven't gotten it thanks to staged rollouts, grab the apk and install it manually. Read More

Sprint's 5-inch HD, 1.5GHz dual-core Vital Leaks with Android 4.1


This week, the Sprint Vital made another appearance, it appeared before as the ZTE Quantum. It appears to be a mid-range device destined for Sprint later this year. Hopefully we get a release date soon. Read More


Could the Galaxy Note 3 Feature the Exynos 5420 Octa Processor


Earlier this week, we saw a leak which pretty much confirmed that the Galaxy Note 4 or any other flagship device coming from Samsung later this year would have the Exynos 5420. Which is the successor to the Exynos 5250 which is in the Galaxy S4. Read More

ASUS Announces the 11.6" Transformer Book Trio, Dual-CPU's, Dual-OS's Android and Windows



This week Computex was held in Taipei and boy did ASUS have some goodies for us. One of their new products is the Transformer Book Trio, which runs both Android and Windows 8 and it has two separate CPU's. It can also be a tablet, laptop and a desktop all at the same time. Read More

ASUS Announces MeMo Pad HD7, A quad-core Tablet for only $129


In addition to the Transformer Book Trio, ASUS also announced the MeMo Pad HD7 and HD10 at Computex this week. Their attempt at undercutting the Nexus 7. The MeMo Pad starts at just $129. Read More


ASUS Announces new Transformer Pad Infinity with Tegra 4 and 2560×1600 resolution


Finally, we have a new Transformer tablet among us. The Transformer Pad Infinity has now been upgraded and features the new Tegra 4 CPU along with a 2560×1600 resolution display which is the same resolution as the Nexus 10. Read More

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