Droiddog.com is reporting that the handset pictured to the left may be a new Motoblur prototype from Motorola in the wild. The details and chain of events that led to the picture are are sketchy but not impossible.
The presumed final specs for the HTC Incredible have made their way online thanks to a leaked user guide. If you’re feeling up to it, you can peruse the entire 200+ page document, reading up on everything the phone does. For those of you who …
Looks like we might be ready to start talking about the myTouch Slide again. A newly leaked image from Radio Shack (The Shack) shows a T-Mobile MyTouch Slide with ‘Image Coming Soon.” We’re pretty sure we already know what the phone looks like and what …
Built around the 1GHz Tegra 2 SOC, the 11.2-inch ICD Gemini should provide comparable endurance to Apple’s A4-sporting iPad, while besting it in the grunt stakes with its glorious ability to chew through 1080p video when required. If that wasn’t enough, the rest of this thing’s spec sheet …
It looks like Google isn’t the only one looking to address Android fragmentation. Word on the street is that Motorola has scrapped future MOTOBLUR plans in favor of (wait for it) HTC’s Sense UI. Now we understand why there’s been a rather long delay in …
CTIA came and went without any Android-related Verizon news. After watching Sprint and a few others walk away with all the green robot glory, we’re waiting for Big Red to drop something on us. According to an AndroidForums thread, we could be seeing something in …
SoftSailor is reporting that one of their most trusted tipsters claims the Nexus One will hit Verizon Wireless by the end of next week. We’ve been hearing things like “soon” and “any day now” for a while, but this is perhaps the most definitive window …
According to tech blog DailyTech, Verizon’s is ready to ratchet up their Android game with the launch HTC Incredible just days from now. With CTIA next week, it’s being speculated that the nation’s largest carrier is poised to drop both this and the Nexus One …
With the Nexus One headed to Verizon and Vodafone in the coming weeks, customers on other networks are starting to wonder if and when they’re provider will be offering the phone. One such carrier, Sprint could really use a new Android handset with high end …
Android Central has gotten hold of a picture showing the Nexus One in Verizon Wireless’ Equipment Guide. The description clearly states that the phone will ONLY be sold through Google’s phone website, as previously speculated. This confirms that Google will continue pushing people towards online …
One phone we’ve been hearing about for what seems like an eternity is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. After getting announced back in 2009, we’ve been patiently awaiting its arrival here in the US. The biggest problem we’ve seen facing the X10 is that it’s …
Boy Genius Report is reporting this morning that Verizon Wireless is currently in the process of training some of their employees on the Google Nexus One. Apparently the information BGR has is based on some e-mails which were bouncing around between curious customers and well-informed …
The eagle-eyed chaps over at Engadget just picked up on another Android-based Motorola handset that passed through the FCC. Doing their best impression of Encyclopedia Brown, they’re guessing that the handset with the model name of ‘i1′ is the same we’ve previously reported as the …
Neowin, with help from their inside informant, reported that Verizon will be getting the Nexus One on March 23rd. With the CDMA version of the phone spotted passing through the FCC, this date seems very likely. However, with all this excitement comes more questions.
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