Huawei to Offer Entry-Level Froyo Device

Engadget appears to have gotten a tip about a new device from Huawei running Android 2.2 (aka Froyo). Judging by the specs, it’s an all-around solid device. It might not wow people with it’s small 2.8 inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen, but it should get the job done for most. ...

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[UPDATED] Google Still Testing Froyo Builds; FRF83 Not Final Release

Update: Looks like the build our source was testing is rolling out to at least a somewhat wider group: posts on XDA Developers and Twitter indicate that a quite a few Nexus One owners are receiving OTA updates to FRF85B. Despite other sites’ declarations that the Froyo build that starting ...

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Kindle for Android appears

Engadget just broke the news the Kindle is now available for Android handsets running 1.6 or higher.  With all the rumored and future Android tabs and phones on the way, along with the iPad/iPhone versions will the Kindle be an also ran for Amazon?  As always, only time will tell. Features ...

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Android Word Association: “Summer Vacation” Apps

As part of our redesigned Monday night podcast, we’ve gone back to focusing on application recommendation and discovery.  We have a dedicated segment where we talk about apps that we’ve been using on a regular basis or new titles that really stick out.  Now we want to hear from ...

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Motorola Flipout Rumored for AT&T

Motorola announced the Flipout handset earlier this month, tapping it as a European release later this quarter. According to an anonymous tipster for Android Central, it’s arriving stateside on AT&T as well. The uniquely-designed device features Android 2.1 with an updated version of ...

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US Cellular Confirms Galaxy S Coming

US Cellular has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S will be one of their four Android-based handsets slated for release this year.  It was just last week when I suggested that US Cellular would offer this device as Samsung is practically blanketing the world with this phone.  The Galaxy S ...

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T-Mobile Announces $200 Samsung Vibrant for July 21

T-Mobile has officially pulled back the curtain on a terribly kept secret as they announce their version of the Samsung Galaxy S.  Called the Samsung Vibrant, it’s loaded with all the great hardware and software you’ve been expecting.    

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Verizon’s Galaxy S Announced as “Samsung Fascinate”

As expected earlier this year, the top four carriers in the United States will each carry their own version of the Galaxy S from Samsung.  Hot on the heels of the Epic announcement for Sprint this morning comes Verizon’s  Samsung Fascinate.  Unfortunately, we don’t have any pictures ...

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The Samsung Epic Is Sprint’s Second 4G Handset

Sprint and Samsung have officially announced the Samsung Epic, which will stand alongside the HTC EVO 4G in Sprint’s quickly-growing 4G line-up. The Samsung Epic, which Samsung is describing as a “Galaxy S smartphone”, is a monster on paper. The Epic is 14.2 millimeters thick ...

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Droid Incredible Getting Phased Out Already? UPDATE

Around a week back, it was rumored that the Droid Eris and Droid Incredible were on the fast track for extinction.  While most were of the opinion that the Incredible was simply too new to get killed off, the Droid Eris made sense.  It’s nearly eight months old now and it simply ...

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Blackberry-esque Motorola Charm Bound for T-Mobile

Another Motorola handset has been spotted in what is said to be T-Mobile training documents.  Staying true to Motorola’s track record, they’ve brought yet another form factor to the table.  Aside from Android 2.1 and enchanced MOTOBLUR, there’s nothing to share at this point.  ...

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HTC HD2 Android Port Project Makes Major Breakthrough, Release Nears

The HTC HD2 was an object of lust for Android fans for quite sometime earlier this year(before the EVO was announced that is!). Regarded as one of the best Windows Mobile 6.5 powered handsets with a 4.3-inch capacitive display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 576MB of RAM, and a 5 megapixel camera, ...

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Report: Samsung Hoping to Double Smartphone Market Share by the End of 2010

Samsung is hoping to up its global smartphone market share this year from 5% to 10%.  Lee Donjoo, senior vice president of the company’s mobile communications division, told Bloomberg this week that Samsung is banking on the success of its Galaxy S smartphone. His comments largely echo ...

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Cyanogen Mod 6 Coming to Handful of Phones

According to a June 23rd Tweet by cyanogen, his infamous ROM v.6 is targeting the Nexus One (which seems to be his favorite since its release), the Verizon Droid, the HTC Dream, Magic, and Desire, as well as the HTC EVO4G by Sprint.  He later tweeted the Hero would get some love too.    

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Rebtel to Provide Free Android to Android International VoIP Calls

Rebtel, the world’s largest independent mobile VoIP company has promised to provide free Android to Android International calls this week. This is way of bringing about a new change in the competitive mobile VoIP market with Skype currently being the leader.    

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