Huawei 8220 Confirmed as T-Mobile Pulse by FCC

Just mentioned a few days ago, the T-Mobile Pulse finds itself becoming a bit more official.  Thanks to a little bit of FCC approval, we’re seeing a clearer picture for the Huawei 8220 handset.  What’s known so far is that it will have HSDPA and Bluetooth.  Everything else is ...

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HTC Expecting Double Digit Growth with Help from Click

The forthcoming HTC Click handset is expected to drop in around $300 before any subsidation.  That would put it a couple of hundred dollars less than the current models being offered and quite attractive to people looking for their next smart phone.   With such a low price tag,  HTC (High ...

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‘Sense’ to be Available for HTC Magic Handsets*

Good news for those of you who own the HTC Magic. HTC recently announced that they will soon be offering a free upgrade to HTC Magic owners on Chunghwa Telecom’s network. The upgrade will give them the same user experience/interface that’s found on the HTC Hero! They are, after all, ...

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Dell Handset Gets Official Unveiling – Hardly Worth the Hype

Now we understand why Dell’s earlier phone designs were met with less than enthusiastic results.  The Mini 3i has been shown around and it’s lacking a few features that many smart phone users have come to look for.  Noticeably absent are WiFi and 3G connectivity.  Ouch. Have you ...

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Huawei’s 8220 Coming to T-Mobile as ‘Pulse’

The last half  of 2009 promises to be packed with Android handsets from (hopefully) all the major US carriers.  T-Mobile said they plan to offer handsets from 3 vendors this year, and many believe Huawei to be the one to join HTC and Motorola. The last time we checked in, we were talking ...

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Archos Opens AppsLib for Android Media Tablets

We’re still trying to verify this officially, but we wanted to share what we have so far – ARCHOS has partnered to create an alternative Android Market.  What makes this one so special is that it’s for devices running larger screens like media tablets, mobile internet ...

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Sholes: About that Name

How about a little light-hearted, interesting bit of triva to pass along today?  There’s a Motorola handset rumored to be landing on Verizon’s network later this year that goes by the codename/nickname of “Sholes”.  Strange name for a phone, isn’t it?  Well ...

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Rooted in First Week

It took all of a week for the crafty boys of xda-developers to gain root access to the T-Mobile myTouch 3G.  The handset joins the G1 and Samsung Galaxy as being able to offer such access to the masses, making Android phones 3 for 3 so far!  The process is a touch more involved than... Read More

Dell Android Handset Headed to China with 16:9 Aspect Ratio?

Are we finally going to get beyond these Dell handset rumors?  Possibly.  It’s being reported that an email was sent from China Mobile to its Mobile Market developers with a tiny bit of Dell information mentioned.  Listed as an OPhone, the document indicates the phone will be called ...

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Samsung Galaxy Gets Rooted

The latest Android handset to get the root treatment is the Samsung Galaxy.  The first Android-based device to come out of  South Korea hasn’t arrived here in the US just yet but it’s just a matter of time.  After passing through the FCC a few months back, we’re just ...

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Motorola Morrison Getting Clearer – Specs Discovered

Taylor and company over at AndroidAndMe have been very busy digging up whatever specs they can on Motorola’s upcoming handsets.  The hard work is starting to pay off.  He’s unearthed the hardware specs for the Morrison handset. The phone is widely expected to be T-Mobile’s ...

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More HTC Fiesta Details – AT&T Bound?

CellPassion is getting pretty good at digging up details surrounding upcoming Android phones.  Last time it was the LG Eve – this time it’s the HTC Fiesta.  We first reported a little rumbling back in April, but today we’re back with more information to pass along. The specs ...

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Samsung: Android Phones “Well Under $100″ by Next Year

Tucked away at the very end of a NY Times article today is a little blurb that perked our ears up.  The piece is about the new Reclaim handset from Samsung and Sprint which is made from recycled materials and corn. It’s neat and all, but that’s not why we’re writing.  ...

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Hits Stores

The myTouch 3G is now available in T-Mobile stores across the US, joining the G1 as the second Android handset for the carrier.  More importantly, it’s only the second Android phone to be released by a carrier in the country.  We’re not counting the Google Ion given out at I/O ...

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HTC Hero All But Officially Announced for Sprint

The fellas over at Engadget Mobile are reporting that they have seen the page shown in the image below.  They’re keeping the URL a secret, but this essentially wraps up the Hero to Sprint rumor.  There are still plenty of unknowns such as A)will it be exclusive, B) if so, for how long?, ...

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