Posts From Justin Marden
No, you didn’t read the title wrong, the Samsung Epic 4G and the Sanyo Zio are both getting some Froyo love on February 21st.
We’ve heard rumors for months about a Sidekick running Android, and now it’s happening. The sign-up page for the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G is now live, so Tmo customers ( or non-Tmo customers) can fill out the form and request more information about Tmo’s latest Android offering.
Well, it’s MWC week, so of course there are some new apps (or new app versions, rather). The following apps were all announced either yesterday or today, and they’re all designed specifically for use on Honeycomb.
The guys over at Engadget have gotten wind of a Best Buy preorder page for the Moto Xoom. The page has since been removed, but for a short period of time, the preorder price for the Xoom was $1,199. Yeah, we said $1,199.
We told you earlier today about Twitter for Android, version 2.0. Well, said release is now available.
We got an email from the YourVersion team, and they’re telling us that their tablet version of the app will be available for download from the Android Market this Wednesday. From what we gather, it’ll be free.
DyzPlastic continues to taunt us. They’ve released 3 more pictures of their Series 2 Android figurines that we told you about last week, and they didn’t disappoint.
It’s time for the AndroidGuys Weekly Roundup! We covered a lot of news last week, so let’s get to it! Devices that caught our attention: The NookColor, which is apparently
We just got a press release from Vodafone, and it’s sure to make a lot of customers across the pond pretty happy. Vodafone is working with Google and Samsung to start selling the Nexus S.
What a drop this one is. We’re hearing from FoneArena that some inventory shots have leaked, and it’s quite a load. We can see the HTC Flyer, Pyramid, and Desire 2. On the LG side of things, there’s mention of an LG Optimus 3D, as well as something called the “Star Tab”.
Well, it’s probably not the most popular decision, but Tmo and Samsung officially announced the Vibrant 4G. As expected, it’s more or less exactly like the original Vibrant, with Froyo, an HSPA+ radio, front-facing camera, and T-Mobile TV.
GSMArena has discovered that the Samsung Galaxy I9003 SL will not be packing a Super AMOLED screen like it’s Galaxy S brethren. Instead, it’ll rock a 4-inch WVGA Super Clear LCD screen, along with Froyo, a 1GHz TI OMAP 3630 processor, and 16GB of internal storage.
The guys over at PocketNow are claiming that Sammy is working on a Sprint Android phone, one that looks very similar to Verizon’s Droid Pro.
We’re getting word from the guys over at Engadget that Big Red has dropped some prices. The Droid Incredible and Droid 2 R2-D2 edition are now $100.