Cincinnati Bell has launched another Android handset, the Samsung Behold II. One thing makes this version of the Behold II stand out against the T-Mobile version, Its not running Samsung’s Touchwiz UI or sporting the “Cube” menu. Android 1.6 and 3.2″ display make this slider …
T-Mobile customers with Samsung Behold II handsets are seeing their first, and final, update this week. Android 1.6 Donut is hitting phones over the next few days and it’s bringing a few extra goodies along. Aside from the standard Android fare of Google Maps Navigation, …
The word around the campfire today is that the Samsung Behold II handset from T-Mobile will be seeing an update on June 28th. Sadly, this will be the only bump the phone ever receives as it’s just not capable of 2.0 or higher. We never …
Beleaguered owners of Samsung’s Behold II have been up in arms lately as it has become clear that Samsung would not in fact be providing an upgrade to Android 2.0 or beyond, despite their previous promises. Tonight, word comes from Samsung of an update to …
Evernote, the popular, cross-platform app service that lets users create notes, snap photos, and record audio, will now be pre-installed on selected Android-based Samsung handsets. The first smartphone to see Evernote loaded is the T-mobile’s Behold II, which recently saw a software update.
T-Mobile USA has started pushing out over-the-air (OTA) updates to both their Motorola Cliq and Samsung Behold II handsets. While neither of them are updates to Android 2.1, they both are steps in the right direction.
As we previously mentioned, T-Mobile’s new myTouch 3G Fender Edition comes with a custom installer for doubleTwist multimedia sync.Â It gives the users ability to transfer media and music to and from their computer and handset.Â Tucked away in last week’s press release was a …
More great news for you potential T-Mobile customers and those of you eligible for full upgrades.Â Starting tomorrow, T-Mobile is slated to slash prices on many of their handsets, including most of the Android-based phones.Â Thanks to another TmoNews tipster, we’ve learned the new prices …
You’re looking at the first known image of the upcoming Samsung (I6500/I6500U) Saturn. Although we don’t have any solid specs to confirm (yet), the consensus is this will have an 800MHz chip along the lines of other recent Samsung handsets. We don’t see any signs …
T-Mobile USA has officially announced their 4th Android handset as the Samsung Behold II.Â A touch-only device, the Behold II is both Android-based and TouchWiz interface.Â Starting November 18th, the phone goes on sale online and at T-Mobile stores nationwide, the phone will drop at …
We’re days away from the launch of T-Mobile’s 4th Android-based handset and we’ve learned the retail price.Â After getting rumored at $249 with a 2-year agreement, the final cost of the Samsung Behold II gets listed at $199.99 with a 2-year agreement. Don’t feel like …
We’ve been anxiously awaiting a gallery like this one.Â Sure, the Behold II looks great on the outside, but what about the inside?Â Does the phone look and feel like the original Behold?Â Will it be more TouchWiz, less Android?Â These questions can now be …
Thanks to TmoNews, we just learned of the the launch date for T-Mobile’s Behold II handset.Â The first Samsung-built, Android-powered GSM device to land here in the US will be available starting November 11th.Â Â Â That’s right, in less than a month, we’ll have 4 Android …
Engadget is reporting today that a PR rep contacted them with information on the Samsung Behold II handset.Â Due out “in time for the holidays”, the phone will mesh their TouchWiz UI with Android to deliver a completely unique experience.Â
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