HTC updated its One family of Android phones with a One M9 model built on Qualcomm's octacore Snapdragon 810. The 5-inch, full HD phone features 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage, luxury styling, and both 20- and 8-megapixel cameras.
Intel unveiled an Atom x3 ("Sofia") SoC with 3G or 4G basebands for low-cost mobile devices, plus the Atom x5 and x7, its first 14nm Atoms. Aimed at tablets, the quad-core, x5 and x7 boast up to twice the 3D graphics performance of earlier Atoms.
Jolla showed off its first tablet, running a new Sailfish OS 2.0 with a simpler UI and enhanced security. Due to launch in May for $249, the Jolla Tablet features a quad-core Intel Atom and a 7.9-inch, 2048 x 1536-pixel display.
LG unveiled two 1.3-inch round-faced smartwatches: a stylish Android Wear based LG Urbane Watch and a larger, phone-like LTE version with a 4G modem and a 700mAh battery. The LTE model has an interesting new UI that appears to be based on WebOS.
The MT8173 is the first SoC to adopt ARM'S top-of-the-line Cortex-A72 design. MediaTek's tablet-focused SoC combines two 2.4GHz, Cortex-A72 cores with two -A53 cores and a PowerVR GX6250 GPU. It supports 4K video and 20-megapixel cameras.
Monohm's disc-shaped, pocketwatch-like Runcible smartphone adds a subdued, distraction free interface to Firefox OS, and can be strapped to a wrist or arm. A modular design aims to extend its lifespan. KDDI will launch the oddball Runcible later this year
Nvidia’s latest Shield game console and media player runs Android TV on a 4K-ready octacore Tegra X1, and costs $199 with controller. In addition to downloading 50 optimized games, you can subscribe to Nvidia's "Grid" game streaming service.
This Alcatel-built Firefox OS phone will be sold for $40 in 10 African countries, and three others. A dual-core, Cortex-A7 SoC is the standout on this otherwise low-end phone, which Orange is supporting with affordable data bundles.
Samsung aims to gets its mojo back with the Galaxy S6 and rounded-edge S6 Edge phones, which tap its new 14nm, octa-core Exynos 7 SoC. The 5.1-inch phones provide 2560 x 1440, 577ppi resolution intended for driving a Gear VR headset.
Sony's latest 10.1-inch Android tablet runs on an octacore Snapdragon 810 and features a bright, 2560 x 1600 display. The waterproof slate weighs only 390 grams, measures 6.1mm, and features 3GB RAM and PlayStation 4 remote play.