Just a few short days after hitting our collective radars, the LG Optimus G Pro has been officially announced. As expected NTT DoCoMo is the first carrier to offer the smartphone, having listed it with nearly one dozen other devices in the middle of our …
The Japanese carrier schedules seventeen devices for June through August.
With less than a full day between now and the official announcement, the Japanese carrier gives us a launch time frame and full specs.
The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced a pair of Android tablets which support their next-gen LTE service, Xi (pronounced “Crossy”) today in the GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01Dand ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D. ” in the middle of October. Both are due in October, run Android 3.2, and feature …
NTT DOCOMO just unveiled a boatload of new handsets and devices due in Japan over the next few months. Among the 28 product announcements were three new Android smart phones.
NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced earlier today that they will be conducting trials for their e-book distribution service starting in late October and wrapping in late December.
We’ve given the Sony Ericsson Xperia a rough go at things here on the site and on some of our podcasts. To sum things up we’d have to say we’re disappointed all around. We wish it was more responsive in their Mediascape and Timescape apps, …
NTT DOCOMO, the Japanese telecommunications giant, announced today their launch of the Docomo Smartphone Xperiaâ„¢, manufactured by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications.Â This is the handset known as the Xperiaâ„¢ X10 in markets outside Japan. The astonishing Android handset will be available on the Japanese market …
According to a company executive, Sharp Corp. plans to offer Android-based handsets in Japan as early as the first half of 2010. Masami Ohbatake made the announcement during a report on Wednesday although he didn’t specifically outline which carrier(s) will offer the handsets. The report …
It’s been a matter of hours since we reported that founding Open Handset Alliance member NTT DoCoMo is working on an Android handset with KT Freetel (KTF).Â We were expecting a device in 2009 forÂ 20% less cost than current, run-of-the-mill smartphones.Â The truth is, …
Japan’s top wireless provider, NTT DoCoMo Inc. is working with partner KTF Co (South Korea) to develop a smartphone using Google’s Android software.Â According toÂ the Nikkei business daily, it’s slated to happen next year. NTT DoCoMo is a founding member of the Open Handset …
Company Name: NTT DoCoMo How the OHA site classifies them: Mobile Operator What the OHA site says about them: NTT DoCoMo is the world’s leading mobile communications operator, with 53 million customers, of which 40 million use the 3G/ FOMA service based on W-CDMA technology. …
A lot of the hype around Android comes from developers and their geeky community. The main reason for this is because they “get it”. They understand just how groundbreaking an open-source operating system is, especially for mobile devices. But what about the average guy with …
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