Attention all Motorola At&t Bravo users: there is an update for those of you running Android 2.1(Eclair). 2.2(Froyo), plus some additional improvements, is now available! Instructions for installing the
As we head into the new year and a slew of new Android goodies, we’d like to start reflecting on the current crop of phones. We’ll be taking the next few days and weeks to gauge our readers’ opinions on handsets and carriers as they pertain to Android. To kick things off, we’d like to know which Android-based smart phones are the best value for AT&T.
Motorola announced three MOTOBLUR-flavored devices for AT&T last week with the Flipout, Bravo, and Flipside phones. Tapped with an ambiguous “coming soon” for a release date, we don’t know when
AT&T has announced three new Android handsets today, each coming from Motorola. Dubbed the Flipout, Bravo, and Flipside, they are each Android 2.1 phones with the latest release of MOTOBLUR user experience. And keeping with Motorola’s track record, the phones carry unique form factors not found on other carriers.
The official HTC announcements have come and gone, leaving us a few Android handsets in their wake. First up is the new superphone, the Desire. Long touted as the Bravo,
Gorgeous, isn’t it? We’ve been saying for a while now that the HTC Bravo appears to be the nearly identical twin to the Nexus One, save for Sense UI and
We’ve got a couple of new pictures to pass along to you guys.Â Two of the hottest rumored Android handsets, the Bravo and Supersonic, have been captured in better lighting.Â
On paper, the HTC Bravo appears to be everything the Nexus One offers. Although the two practically mimic each other in terms of specs, there are some subtle differences. For
The folks over at XDA-Developers have hit upon a virtual goldmine!Â Somehow, one of their users was able to get access to a whole slew of HTC handsets slated for