Pulse Officially Announced for T-Mobile UK

T-Mobile UK has announced the launch of the T-Mobile Pulse. Manufactured by Huawei, it marks the first pay-as-you-go handset to run Android. Available in October, it is will cost £179.99 (roughly $295 US). The T-Mobile Pulse is features a 3.5″ touch screen, a 3.2 mega-pixel camera (with ...

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HighScreen PP5420 – From Russia, With Love

In the same vein as Kogan’s Agora Pro and the ONE from Geek’s Phone comes Vobis Computer’s HighScreen PP5420. By this we mean an Android handset from a relatively unknown company. The Russian-based Vobis handset has what appears to be a secondary screen at the bottom.  ...

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Android Around the World: Far EasTone to offer Multiple Handsets in Taipei This Year

Taipei’s 3rd largest carrier, Far EasTone Telecommunications Co announced that they will launch two or three Android-based handsets in the latter half of 2009. We are in talks with more than five potential partners, in Taiwan and abroad, to sell Android phones. – Roger Chen, VP Far ...

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Say Hello to the Huawei U8230

The CommunicAsia 2009 Expo and Conference is taking place in Singapore right now and the first Android handset to emerge is the Huawei U8230.  The handset features a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen, 3.2MP camera, and a whopping 1500mAH battery. Having joined the Open Handset Alliance in 2008, ...

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Boingo Wireless Now Available For Android Smartphones

Boingo Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder Expands Its List of Supported Mobile Operating Systems, Also Including Apple iPhone, Symbian Series 60 and Windows Mobile LOS ANGELES – June 17, 2009 - Boingo Wireless, the world’s largest network of Wi-Fi hotspots, introduces the availability of ...

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Dell’s Android Handset Leaked?

Well, well, well.  What do we have here?  Supposedly, this is the first picture of Dell’s Android handset.  After nearly a year and a half of rumors, this could be the first sign of something tangible from the PC giant.  Exciting yes?  Proceed with caution. For starters, it looks to ...

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