We’re back with a couple of updates for those four new HTC codenames we broke last week. If you’ll recall, they were Speedy, Blitz, Mecha, and Spade. Our sources tell
Think of this post as a Monopoly-style “Bank error in your favor”. The Droid Incredible is now expected to see Android 2.2 updates as early as tomorrow, August 27th. This is a few days earlier than what we had last heard and only a couple of weeks beyond the initial rumored time frame.
Here we go again! According to the folks over at Droid-Life, “sources” are indicating* that the official Froyo update will begin hitting handsets on September 1st. Put this under the heading
We told you about the G2 possibly launching on September 29th, and we’ve found something that seems to support our theory. A phone that may well be the T-Mobile G2
The Android Developers blog is saying that all you people who rushed to buy unlocked Nexus One dev handsets have tapped them out! Here is the quote from their blog:
I don’t know about the rest of my AndroidGuys staff, but I love to hear of new codenames for handsets. Call me whatever you want, but there’s just something cool about project names and rumored phones. You can imagine my joy when I found four new HTC names in my inbox this morning.
It may have taken a little longer than other HTC phones, but the HTC Wildfire has finally been rooted…kinda. While the method devised and executed does not unlock NAND on
Verizon’s Droid Incredible is said to be receiving its Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ update this week, according to Mashable sources. The exact date being thrown around is Wednesday (18th) but we’ll
There are two more HTC codenames to add to your list of potential Android 2.2 devices – the Bee and Lexikon. This marks the first time we’ve heard of either
A new device has shown up in Verizon’s inventory system known as the HTC Merge. Details about the device are extremely sketchy at this point, with literally nothing coming out of either Verizon or HTC.
The masses have spoken. Last week Vodafone pushed out an update to their Desire handset and anxious subscribers gobbled it up, assuming it was Android 2.2. Instead, it was a modified version of Android 2.1 replete with a bunch of Vodafone 360 branded apps and services. Needless to say, people got slightly mad. So they took to their complaints direct the carrier’s front door. Vodafone has decided to adopt a different strategy going forward.
Sprint just published a video online a few moments ago that helps customers figure out which new 4G capable phone is right for them. The two minute clip does show some of the better selling features between the two devices such as the display type and media streaming.
Today brings welcome news to Droid Incredible and EVO 4G owners who like to dabble in rooting and ROM-flashing. HTC has released the source code for the two popular super
U.S. Cellular has announced this morning that the Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire will be available effective August 27. For those new to Android, the Desire features a 1GHz processor, a
AlienBabelTech is back at it this week with some more HTC Glacier benchmark details. While last time around we were treated to the CPU scores of the previously unknown device, this time we are looking at the GPU performance. And perform it does. According to figures posted on the benchmarking site, this handset could be rocking a Qualcomm dual-core QSD8672 chipset. In other words, it may be running a dual-core processor up to 1.5GHz.