Orange has announced their first Android handset to feature an Intel Medfield chipset, tapping the Santa Clara with a summer release. Making its debut as Europe’s first Android smartphone to
Orange today announced that it will soon be offering the Orange San Francisco II budget smartphone later this month. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread and running an 800MHz processor,
Orange have outed a forthcoming Android handset, the Acer C6 Liquid Express that is believed to be the Acer E320. Although it runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, it comes with a
Motorola officially announced the Motorola Defy+ last month which is successor to their famous rugged Android powered device known as Motorola Defy, and it comes with some slightly upgraded features.
A few days ago Motorola officially announced the Motorola Pro+ which comes with a QWERTY keyboard and business style look. Now Motorola is planning to launch another similarly designed phone
At CES 2011, Motorola officially announced the Motorola Atrix 4G, which is their first ever dual-core device. The Atrix is an amazing device and it was exclusive to AT&T in
range pulled the curtain back on the first of their own branded Android handsest today. The low-cost San Francisco is a touch-only device and will be available for the attractive price of £99 ($153 US) on the pay-as-you-go Dolphin plan. The San Francisco runs Android 2.1 and features a 3.5-inch display, a 600MHz processor, 150MB internal storage, and 3-megapixel camera. Other details include your typical Android support for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and FM Radio.
Some Android news coming from across the pond. European wireless carrier Orange has announced that it will soon be releasing an Android powered handset named Boston(seen in the picture above).
Take the form factor of the Palm Pre and slide in the vastly superior Android OS – what do you get? Alcatel’s OT-980 handset, that’s what. Take a look at
Orange recently launched a new platform called Application Store which aims to shorten the distance from developers to the final applications consumer. It will allow a â€˜click-and-goâ€™ access to applications
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