The CES show floor won’t open until tomorrow morning, but some exhibitors are already releasing the cats from their bags. Fujitsu let it slip at last night’s CES Unveiled event that a Tegra 3 smartphone will be hitting beast mode in their booth later this week. The unnamed device isn’t specced out completely in its initial showing, but we can expect the quad-core processor to be powering Android 4.0. ICS at CES? I’ll take that combination of three-letter acronyms any day. Given that it’s an international trade show and Fujitsu has been rather shy about bringing their smartphones to the US, this is one opportunity to go hands-on that we will be sure not to miss.
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