Android Overload: ZTE T98 Is The World’s First Tegra 3 Tablet, Droid X OTA Now Available and More


Greetings Android phone fans! After a pretty crazy schedule last week, the Android Overload is officially back. No more missing out on a single piece of Android news. Even if we don’t get around to posting it, we’ll will drop them off here for you to give the final once over so you’re always kept up-to-date when it comes to the world of Android. Have a great night everyone.

  • ZTE T98 first tablet with quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Shows off (lackluster) benchmarks. [PocketDroid]
  • Rugged 7-inch Asus tablet headed for Japan and ready for battle. [TCMagazine]
  • Fusion Garage Grid 4 smartphone passes through the FCC. [TalkAndroid]
  • Minecraft will be available in the Android Market this Thursday. [Twitter]
  • Broadcom shows off new smaller, less power hungry NFC chips. [Electronista]
  • HTC says Gingerbread Update for the Thunderbolt still on schedule for later this month. [Twitter]
  • Android 2.3.6 update now rolling out to unbranded Nexus One’s. [Recombu]
  • Samsung Galaxy R now available in the UK for 409 euros. [UnwiredView]
  • Koodo to release the Samsung Galaxy Ace. [MobileSyrup]
Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Wow what a disappointment on that tegra3. Wonder if that low score has anything to do with the quadrant app itself.

    1. That’s exactly what I was thinking, there is no way Quadrant is compatible yet. That would definitely explain the low score, I mean seriously that tablet only scored a 1956. My Nexus S with a single core processor can score 3200+

      1. Quadrant is a ridiculous benchmark to begin with. I can tweak my phone to get over 5000 quadrant score and runs like crap. But when it’s getting 2500, it runs fast as hell. Quadrant scores are as important as the color of the battery cover to measure performance.

        1. Completely agree, but it sure is fun to mess around with.

  2. Wait can HC even take advantage of the quad-core?

  3. In the title, it says there is an OTA for the Droid X but there is no link in the article…

    1. I noticed that, too.

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