Remember the HTC Knight (aka Evo Shift 4G or Speedy), that’s headed for Sprint? Well, we’ve discovered another photo that gives us a good look at the keyboard on the Knight. Someone in the SprintUser forums posted the above picture of the device with the …
he folks over at HTCPedia Shop were passed a handful of HTC Knight images from one of their suppliers yesterday. The pictures show what appear to be production ready handsets with respective accessories in different colors. While it is entirely possible that these are very high quality renders, we get the feeling that the phone is right around the corner.
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?
There is no doubting that the best screens on an Android phone right now belong to the Samsung Galaxy S line. Anyone who has heard Samsung talk about their screens, it’s almost like a mantra for them to talk about how the blacks are blacker, the colors are brighter, and it offers one of the best overall viewing experiences in direct sunlight. I have been fortunate enough to spend some quality time with all four Galaxy S devices, most recently the Epic 4G. To be honest, something about the experience felt a little off. Something about the icons, the way straight lines were drawn, or the way simple gradients showed up on the display was not the same as the other three Galaxy S phones. This lead me to ask this big question, and start up some serious research.
Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a “4G” network.
One of the hottest handsets of the year, the HTC EVO 4G, is being recognized by Popular Mechanics as being one of the breakthrough devices for 2010. Touted as a product that “truly moves society forward”, the Sprint phone lands on the list because of its …
We aren’t for sure, but reports are coming in that Sprint is considering altering it’s 4G rollout strategy in a way that could allow them to merge with T-Mo in the near future. In the article from eweek.com, it sources a Financial Times quote from Sprint …
The fellas over at Android Central were passed a list of details for the all-but-official Samsung Galaxy S Pro. The 4G -capable handset which is headed for Sprint looks like a standard Galaxy S but with a sliding QWERTY but what’s really under the hood?
VoIP and Convergence company HelloSoft has announced that they are releasing a 4G tri-band “reference” phone for deployment in WiMAX markets. A $100 4G Android phone? Hard to believe, right? But wait, there’s more: this handset is going to be fully VoIP ready! Read on …
Like a bad penny, the Scorpion rumors have turned up again. The last time we checked in on this phone we were reporting that it would feature a 1.5GHz processor and have support for WiMAX. We, like others, assumed it was Sprint-bound. It doesn’t look …
Earlier today, the big magenta announced that they will finally be expanding their HSPA+ network through the Northeast. Now, all of you lucky T-Mobile customers using 3G Android phones will be able to experience a major boost in speed. We have been checking here in …
Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC. The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to Sprint’s usual CDMA bands. Now that we know the device is ready to roll, it’s …
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