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Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card. This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android.
Another Motorola handset has been spotted in what is said to be T-Mobile training documents. Staying true to Motorola’s track record, they’ve brought yet another form factor to the table.
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
AT&T, of all companies, is the first of the US wireless providers to announce the Samsung Galaxy S. In what comes as no surprise, the phone will be called the
HTC took to twitter earlier today to let their followers know that the Desire handset would be coming to the United States. Considered by many to be a “Nexus One
The end of the month is shaping up to be a fun one for us Android enthusiasts. Samsung has asked us to “save the date” for the 29th as we
You may want to pump the brakes a little bit if you are thinking of adding a line of service to your T-Mobile account. If at all possible, you are
Head over to Samsung’s UK page for smartphones and you will see a model called the Galaxy Apollo. Listed as coming soon with no specs or details, we think we
We previously covered INQ Mobile here back in September of 2009 as the company announced they would be looking to bring their own Android phones to the United States. Here
For a company who joined the Open Handset Alliance back in 2007, LG hasn’t done very much in terms of releasing Android phones. Aside from the LG Ally released last
Motorola recently said that they would be offering up to twenty Android handsets in 2010. Whether that means twenty more or twenty total isn’t quite clear but it is encouraging
So you were wondering, like we were, what exactly T-Mobile had in store for June 19th. Was it going to be the arrival of the Nexus One? Was Android 2.2
T-Mobile has released another exclusive handset today in their GPS-heavy Garminfone. For $199.99 (after mail-in rebate), customers can grab the first Garmin handset to run Android under the hood. Features
After teasing us with promises of a game changer and a coyly written tweet, Cellular South has officially announced that the Milestone will soon be available to customers. The Motorola
Motorola’s director of marketing, Tom Satchwell, has indicated to SlashGear that 2010 could see 20 Android-based phones from the handset maker. To be clear, this means worldwide and in the