HP 'Bender' Surfaces Online after CEO Confirms Company Plans to offer a Smartphone

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HP 'Bender' Surfaces Online after CEO Confirms Company Plans to offer a Smartphone
American hardware and software manufacturer Hewlett-Packard (HP) seems to move ahead of it PC era enter the smartphone arena, suggests numerous reports. This newsbreak came in immediately after HP’s relatively new CEO Meg Whitman spoke up to Fox Business News on how the company is eventually having a smartphone to their name in the future. 

 

“We have to ultimately offer a smartphone because in many countries of the world that would be your first computing device. We are a computing company, we have to take advantage of that form factor,” HP CEO Meg Whitman told Fox Business News. 

The news comes as HP is coming off of a flat third quarter in which the company saw a drop in sales for its PCs and printers. HP was previously rumored to be working on an all-touch smartphone codenamed Stingray for its webOS operating system. 

Consequently, SlashGear has come up with a report in which the folk over there have claimed that they spotted the HP Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the a recent GLBenchmark set of test results, where a device code-named Bender has HP branding sitting right on top of it.

“With Android 4.0.4 in the benchmark, HP smartphone will come to the market –with a screen boasting 1366 x 720 pixel resolution display along with 1.5GHz on each of its Snapdragon CPU cores,” said the report. 

Have a look at the leaked benchmark pictures, courtesy SlashGear.

HP 'Bender' Surfaces Online after CEO Confirms Company Plans to offer a Smartphone

HP 'Bender' Surfaces Online after CEO Confirms Company Plans to offer a Smartphone

 

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