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    New Amazon smartphone rumors spell out gestures, tilting, and more

    It seems the Amazon smartphone is getting yet more details in the latest leak and the 3D ...

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    Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime “confirmed” in shipping manifest

    The long-rumored premium Galaxy S5 gets one step closer to reality this week as a shipping ...

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    Photos of Samsung Galaxy K emerge ahead of expected April 29 debut

    Photos recently posted on Baidu provide us with the best look at Samsung’s upcoming ...

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    Leaked Screenshots Show Off New UI of the LG G3

    Expected to get an official reveal soon, the LG G3 has garnered a lot of attention.  With the ...

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    Samsung KQ specs tipped, a premium Galaxy S5?

    We have seen the Samsung Galaxy S5 and its amazing results, and surely it is the best Galaxy ...

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Walmart: No Nexus One for Us. Thanks for Nothing, “Technical Error”

After less than a day in existence, the rumor that Walmart plans to offer the Nexus One has been killed.  In a statement earlier today, Walmart dashed the hopes of more than a couple of folks. Due to a technical error, this item erroneously was displayed on our site. We’re working with our ...

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Nexus One, Other Android Phones to T-Mobile UK?

Robin O’Kelly, head of corporate affairs for T-Mobile U.K., just let the Twitterverse know a few bits of Android news: T-Mobile U.K. is in talks with Google to carry the Nexus One, and that T-Mobile U.K. will also be carrying LG’s first Android phone, the InTouch Max GW620, as well ...

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Walmart to Offer Nexus One

Part of my daily routine involves checking my RSS and twitter feeds while I drink my morning coffee  as both seem to help me get my day going.   As much as I’d like to think the world stops with Android news once I go to bed, sadly it doesn’t.  So I play catch up... Read More

HTC Supersonic in the Wild

Here’s the first look at the forthcoming HTC Supersonic.  That is, if you want to believe it.  Someone over at AndroidMobileOS was sent a couple of photos of what’s likely to become one of the hottest rumored handsets this year. Granted the picture is absolutely grainy and ...

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Motorola MOTOSPLIT Render – New Take on Old Design?

Here’s an impractical looking design if we ever saw one.  The folks at Engadget were recently handed a screenshot of an alleged Motorola handset called the MOTOSPLIT.  And while it’s pretty obvious that the picture is a render, it leaves us wondering if the phone is there is such ...

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This is Not Android 3.0 Running on HTC Supersonic

What you see above is being passed around as “Android 3.0 running on the upcoming HTC Supersonic”.  The image show a 3-D home screen with the app launcher featured in Android 2.1 with a tab.  While it would be great to see something like this as being the next step in Android, we ...

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Motoroi All But Officially Headed for T-Mobile USA in March

I love it when people put their free time to good use.  Someone over at CellPhoneSignal has put together what seems like perhaps the final piece of the puzzle which indicates the Motorola Motoroi is coming to T-Mobile USA soon. Looking over some FCC filings, it was found that a Motorola device ...

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Rumor: Sony Ericsson to Unveil QWERTY Android at MWC

Our good friend Loïc over at pointgphone.com has just passed along some interesting news (translated) regarding Sony Ericsson.  According to a source of his, the handset maker plans to unveil and Android-based handset with a Blackberry-esque QWERTY.  The only other details they have to go by ...

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HTC Supersonic Screen Grab Has Us SuperExcited, Confused

We’re not even sure where to begin with this one.  Just this week we reported that an upcoming WiMAX-enabled handset called the Supersonic was headed to Sprint.  If you look at the picture to the left of this paragraph, you’ll see a reference to said  codename/product.  Cool, ...

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Unconfirmed Rumor: Garmin to Debut Android Device at MWC

As we near the Mobile World Congress next month, the rumored handsets and announcements are likely to start pouring in.  DigiTimes is reporting today that Garmin plans to unveil a handful of smartphones in Barcelona, one of which will be running Android. The Garmin-Asustek team plans to unveil ...

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T-Mobile Rumor Roundup

We’ve got a handful of Android handset rumors to pass along that come to us courtesy of a TmoNews tipster.  The carrier shows no signs of letting up in terms of Android support as the next couple of months come in to focus. First up, the myTouch Slide seems a lock for a May 17th... Read More

2.0 for G1 Within Two Weeks?

The screenshot to the left is purportedly from an internal T-mobile forum, with a moderator saying that the G1 will get an update by the end of January. Take it with a grain of salt, but the word on Twitter is that this will be none other than an OTA update to Android 2.0. We... Read More

Motorola Shadow “Could” be Nexus Two

A few weeks back we posted an article about an upcoming handset from Motorola called the Mirage (or Shadow).  At the time, we posited that the phone would likely be called the Mirage.  We’re hearing today that it’s leaning more in the direction of  Shadow and.  Further, ...

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Sprint’s HTC ‘Supersonic’ to be WiMAX-Enabled Android

Engadget is reporting that a recently uncovered HTC handset with WiMAX  will be known as the Supersonic.  Further, they’ve added a few details to the mix. Among the rumored specs are a massive 4.3″ touch screen, a kickstand on the rear, Snapdragon speeds, and Sense UI based off of ...

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Motorola MB511 “Ruth” Outed – Will it Resemble the “Q” Form Factor?

The chaps at CellphoneSignal have unearthed another Motorola handset in the works.  The model number this time is MB511 and a codename of “Ruth” is attached to it.  As with all newly leaked devices, the list of known specs is rather short.  Here’s what CellPhoneSignal was ...

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