With Android devices that start at a penny, Amazon has plenty to choose from for dads and grads.
Rather than one Pure Google experience later this year, we could be in for multiple smartphones running stock Jelly Bean.
A new user agent profile surfacing online this week could be the latest sign that T-Mobile is gearing up for a Galaxy Nexus of their own. Found under the model number of SGH T-699, we learn that a Samsung handset with 720x1280p HD display …
LG is known for its scoops: They were the first with a dualcore phone, the first with a 3D phone and they’ve done it yet again. Although the software leaves us wanting something better most of the times, we have to say: Using a …
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Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners, get ready. CM9 has come to your device, along with the infamous ClockworkMod recovery. With as new as this device is, we’re surprised to see these official builds come to the SGN. Surprised, but not let down. With the CM9 builds …
Google’s designs for their prized Nexus line (Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus) have all followed the standard candybar-style. However, the latest from the rumor mill (or patent mill, as it were) is layouts for a slide out, QWERTY style device. We here at AndroidGuys …
As if you’d expect anything less, Verizon has some serious Android contenders on the horizon.
Has Google fallen head over heels with Samsung and their Nexus products?
Google’s official web client for Android 4.0 devices could be out of beta before the kids are out of school.
Are you the type that hates middle-men? Despise the shackles of contracts and carrier obligations? Lastly and most importantly, have you been looking to grab up the Galaxy Nexus? Google has started selling the device via its Play Store for the surprising price of $399 …
Is Ma Bell next in line to offer the Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Nexus? Sure sounds like it.
Sprint has a fantastic value going for its plans right now, both in price and the fact that they’re the only US carrier to offer unlimited data without throttling for its smartphones. There was some question as to whether that value would carry over to …
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