T-Mobile has just pushed out the official press release for the true successor to the groundbreaking G1. Unfortunately, they didn’t drop any actual release date or pricing on us. However, they did confirm a handful of rumored details and unveil a couple of new goodies. …
You might recall that last week we brought you the first Android Phone Power Rankings. The AndroidGuys staff got together as a team and listed the top phones from US carriers and ranked them from 1 to 25. Then, we turned around and asked for you to cast your vote in the FAN POLL. We were extremely curious to see what you guys think as a whole. What phones do you like the best? Do you think along the same lines as us?
With the launch of today’s Verizon Fascinate, each of the four major carriers in the United States now has a Samsung Galaxy S series phone available. Rather than churning out the same phone over and over, each wireless provider has opted to customize their handsets …
LG and NVIDIA have teamed up to bring you the next generation of super phones. Based on the new, world first Tegra 2 dual-core CPU, LG’s Optimus Series of phones will see a level of performance that today’s smart phones can only dream of. The …
T-Mobile has confirmed that their next Android handset, the G2, will not be a 1GHz processor after all. But it’s not all bad news as the carrier tells us the phone will be powered by an 800MHz Scorpion.
Today we’re introducing a new feature to AndroidGuys called the Android Phone Power Rankings. The idea behind it is simple. We all have our own opinions as to how great we think various Android handsets are, but what do we think as a collective unit? …
Remember the mini Droid slider that emerged in late July? It’s back, but this time, it’s in much clearer form. Hit the jump for a few images and videos of the device in the wild, showing a very MOTOBLUR-ish UI. Thanks to Mobiflip.de, we know …
For the past two years I have had many Android devices, some good some not so good. But what was delivered this week definitely falls into the Good camp. You see I am the proud owner of a new Verizon Droid X made by Motorola. …
[mobile-aero-overview1] Announced back in March around the time of CES, the Dell Aero has finally gone on sale. For $99 and a two-year service agreement, customers can pick up the handset which features a 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and removable 2GB MicroSD card. Although it’s powered by a 624Mhz Marvell processor, the Aero sadly runs Android 1.5 (Cupcake).
T-Mobile has come out and officially named the G2 as their first HSPA+ handset. If you head tofirst-hspa-smartphone.t-mobile.com this morning, you’ll be redirected to g2.t-mobile.com where interested parties can sign up for more information. The carrier is sending out emails teasing the device and promising details in the coming weeks.
Centennial Communications might a long way off from AT&T and Verizon as the ninth largest wireless telecommunications in The United States, but they are ready to start acting like a bigger player. We received a tip this morning from someone working for the carrier who …
After months of hype and anticipation, the Dell Streak phablet has finally gotten an official price tag. Starting as early as this coming Thursday (12th), the 5-inch behemoth will run $299 (with two-year AT&T contract) or $549 (contract-free), depending on your approach.
The guys over at Boy Genius Report scored themselves a whopper this morning with what appears to be Verizon’s plans for the next six months or more. From the sounds of it, the carrier plans to use Android just as much, if not more, than they already are.
Fact: Android is hot. No longer consider a fledgling platform, Google’s mobile OS is taking off faster than ever. At nearly two years in, handsets are moving briskly and competition is heating up. Not only do we see Android phones pitted against Windows Mobile and …
It’s official. The Nexus One is no longer be available for purchase from Google. If you visit the page set up for the handset you will find a bland grey box bearing the unfortunate news. We just learned a few days ago that Google had …
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