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What does Sprint have up their sleeve for later this week? Are they teasing us with another Android announcement ahead of next month’s CTIA show?
NEC steps up to claim the title for world’s thinnest Android smart phone, taking the thunder from Sony Ericsson (Xperia Arc) and Samsung (Galaxy S II)
We can add three more Android devices to the HTC lineup thanks to these new models. Each follows a predecessor with updated software and slightly newer hardware.
AT&T has pegged their first 4G phone with a launch date and sticker. Look for the HTC phone to arrive within two weeks with a rather attractive $99 price.
If you’ve been mulling over the idea of picking up a T-Mobile G2, might we suggest you act fast? The carrier has dropped the price on the flagship device to free for a limited time.
For the most part, we all love our Android phones. Each of us has our different reasons for picking the handset we did, be it carrier, rate plan, or the device itself. As much as we’d all like to say we have the perfect smart phone, there is always room for improvement. There’s always seems to that one thing we wish our phone has. So we’re asking you this week to tell us: Which feature(s) do you wish your current Android phone had?
Let’s revisit an Android rumor that likes to rear its head every few months, shall we? The “Facebook Phone” that has been both long-rumored and officially denied is back again.
Another pair of images for Sony Ericsson’s purported X10 Mini Pro successor have made their way online, giving a decent look at both the front and back of the device. As one might expect, the phone still looks to be among the smallest Android phones whenever it debuts.
Samsung is rumored to be prepping a few new “Gingerbread” Android 2.3-based devices for next month’s Mobile World Congress. Further, these devices are said to be using a new Super AMOLED Plus screen. As to exactly what that means remains to be seen, but we imagine it has something to do with brightness, resolution, and battery.
As we enter the new year, Samsung is rumored to be prepping follow-up devices to their Galaxy Tab lineup and their flagship Galaxy S phones.
Verizon just let the word out that they will be showing off Android-based devices capable of supporting their new 4G LTE network at next month’s CES
Let’s have some fun this weekend, shall we? We’re looking to see what you guys and gals want from Santa as it relates to Android. Maybe you’re really asking your
U.S. Cellular’s got a fantastic holiday deal lined up, which kicks off later this week. And like pretty much everything else the provider does, it’s something no other carrier would
HTC’s Peter Chou confirms that the handset maker is planning LTE devices in 2011. Also on deck, support for NFC chips in select models.