According to DigiTimes, HTC is looking to expand their Android lineup over the next year.Â With roughly 30% of their products offering Android in 2009, they are looking to grow that to better than 50% in 2010.Â Good news for green robot fans, not-so-good for …
Since joining the Open Handset Alliance back in December, many phone fans and gadget lovers have wondered what Sony Ericsson was going to do with Android.Â If this newly discovered “Rachael” handset is any indication, we can expect big things from them.
Well, well, well.Â What do we have here?Â Supposedly, this is the first picture of Dell’s Android handset.Â After nearly a year and a half of rumors, this could be the first sign of something tangible from the PC giant.Â Exciting yes?Â Proceed with caution. …
After much speculation, it appears the handset going Â by the codename of ‘Bigfoot’ belongs to Samsung. Â The Boy Genius Report was able to snag a high(er) resolution picture of the device headed for T-Mobile. As far as specs go, it’s said to have a 3 …
Quick!Â What’s the fastest way to take attention from another carrier’s newly launched flagship handset?Â Release your own on the heels of the competitor, silly. The two phones generating the most buzz right now are the Palm Pre and the iPhone 3GS.Â While everyone is …
If Android is expected to take off quickly, it’s going to need more than just T-Mobile’s help here in the US.Â Sure, we know something is coming from Sprint at some point, but who knows when they’ll come down from the Palm Pre high they …
Recently a handset code-named ‘Bigfoot’ found its way online via a few sneaky folks who got their hands on T-Mobile’s Android roadmap.Â Initially, we believed that T-Mobile was going to offer the phone to Wal-Mart under the codename of ‘Morrison’. Now we’re seeing that they …
As much as I’d like to play with Android on a netbook, I personally more anxious to seeing mobile internet devices (MIDs) and tablets.Â Next month, we might get to see the first of such from Archos. An press conference is scheduled for June 11th …
Here we are – right back where we started.Â According to a “trusted source” over at TmoToday, the G1 v2/Bigfoot handset is manufactured by HTC. The G1 V2 is still an HTC Android device. It is a physical, external redesign mostly, of the existing G1. …
Wow!Â That’s the first word that springs to mind when we see this handset.Â “A great looking slide out QWERTY without the chin!” The Boy Genius Report just published a report with the above image, saying it’s the Bigfoot handset due in October from T-Mobile.Â …
After about one month of polling T-Mobile customers, it looks like the HTC Sapphire will be known here in the US as the MyTouch.Â I don’t know about you, but that was just about the last name I thought people would have picked.Â Other names …
The Boy Genius Report is, well… reporting that the first Android handset from Motorola will be the Calgary.Â Shown below in mockups, the device has that some of that same old MOTO feeling to it mixed with a little new.Â It’s a slide up QWERTY …
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