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Word came down over the weekend that Vodafone customers were seeing a Gingerbread update for their Samsung Galaxy S handsets. Awesome, right? Not so fast. Today we’ve learned that someone
The phone originally codenamed “Stealth,” the SCH-i510, has been discovered going by a new name. The device, which was teased at CES by Samsung and Verizon, has shown up as
Alltel’s lineup of Android phones has now reached six devices total thanks to four recent additions, with offerings from HTC, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. Ranging from entry level to higher end, they
For those of you lucky enough to live in the Tampa area, and have Metro PCS service, there is good news today as if you have a 4G LTE enabled
Alltel adds to their Android lineup with this low priced Samsung handset. Although it won’t be the superphone that you might not be looking for, it makes a perfect first smart phone for those graduating from feature phones.
Even if it actually is last year’s Verizon LG Ally, Alltel subscribers have another Android phone to look forward too. Starting today, customers can pick one up for $89.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.
For the second time in a week, we’ve learned of a forthcoming MetroPCS handset from Samsung with LTE capabilities. This model, the Forte, is said to run Android 2.2 and feature a 1GHZ Hummingbird processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
We’ve found some shots of a new Samsung device that’s rumored to be headed to MetroPCS. The only name we have to go on at the moment is the mmodel number, SCH-R910. It’s essentially another Galaxy S phone, with a few exceptions: it runs Froyo, and it has CDMA and LTE radios.
At CES 2011 Samsung Mobile announced 3 brand new 4G LTE devices. All 3 new devices are the first of their kind. These new 4G gadgets will all be available
The Htc Incredible HD pops up in yet another photo, but this time we can clearly see “4G” in the notifications bar. This confirms what we originally thought, that the Incredible HD is an LTE device.
We’ve got a shot of a Samsung LTE device for Verizon. It’s running Froyo, and not Bing!
Verizon just let the word out that they will be showing off Android-based devices capable of supporting their new 4G LTE network at next month’s CES
HTC’s Peter Chou confirms that the handset maker is planning LTE devices in 2011. Also on deck, support for NFC chips in select models.
We’ve long wanted to liveblog Android-related events here on AndroidGuys but had not come across any tools practical enough to try out. A few weeks back we came across a Wordpress plugin that we think will do the trick. We’ve been waiting patiently to kick the tires on this thing so what better way than to do a dry run with Verizon’s LTE announcement?