LG G Flex and LG Optimus F3Q coming to T-Mobile on Feb. 5

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T-Mobile just announced that it has two new devices launching just in time for Valentine’s Day, the LG G Flex and LG Optimus F3Q. Both will be available Feb. 5 and can be pre-ordered now. The 4G LTE LG G Flex, which has a unique curved design, is even more curved than devices we’ve ...

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QWERTY slider LG Enact headed to Verizon in coming days, report says

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Verizon will soon introduce a new QWERTY slider smartphone from LG in the next days, reports @evleaks. Called the LG Enact, it should feature a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel rear camera, and 5-row QWERTY keyboard. Given the relatively low level of leaks and rumors for this one we are not ...

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Sprint announces Photon Q, their first LTE handset with QWERTY keyboard

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With pricing and launch date to be determined, the Photon Q is a dual-core Ice Cream Sandwich experience.

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New patent reveals Google design for slide-out, QWERTY style phone

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Google’s designs for their prized Nexus line (Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus) have all followed the standard candybar-style. However, the latest from the rumor mill (or patent mill, as it were) is layouts for a slide out, QWERTY style device. We here at AndroidGuys are reminded of the ...

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Review: Verizon Motorola Droid 4

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The Droid line from Motorola and Verizon has made quite a stir over the years, and has almost set itself apart from the “Android” platform. Donned with an ultra techie moniker that any Star Wars fan would be able to relate, we’re  on the 4th iteration of this lineup, which is ...

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Verizon and Motorola announce Droid 4: Thinnest, most powerful 4G LTE smartphone with QWERTY keyboard

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  The news just keeps coming! The latest from CES brings us the Droid 4 for Verizon. This insanely thin phone with slider QWERTY comes with: 1.2GHz dual-core processor 1GB of RAM Android 2.3.5 (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgradable) 4-Inch “scratch-and-scrape resistant” display ...

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LG Gossip Pro launching on Canadian carrier Fido, comes with Android 2.3 and QWERTY keyboard

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In keeping with  all the new devices launching on various and sundry carriers, Fido has launched a new Android phone. The LG Gossip Pro comes with: Android 2.3 Gingerbread 2.8 inch touchscreen (240×320) Blackberry-style QWERTY keyboard 3 MP camera The entry level device stays true to the ...

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Orange to Launch Motorola FIRE in France

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 known as Motorola FIRE.  This time, however, we’re not talking the USA as it’s expected to ...

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What is Samsung Transform?

It looks like Sprint has another Samsung Galaxy S phone coming down the road. At least, that is what it appears to be at first glance. Called the Samsung Transform, it bears a striking resemblance to the Epic 4G. So what makes it different?

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Beta Review: Swype

The onslaught of touch-only Androids hitting the market has created a bit of dilemma for me. You see unfortunately, I was blessed with fingers that may as well be physically allergic to on-screen keyboards. I’d literally take a T9 keypad over those ridiculous on-screen “mock ...

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Motorola MB511 “Ruth” Outed – Will it Resemble the “Q” Form Factor?

The chaps at CellphoneSignal have unearthed another Motorola handset in the works.  The model number this time is MB511 and a codename of “Ruth” is attached to it.  As with all newly leaked devices, the list of known specs is rather short.  Here’s what CellPhoneSignal was ...

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Leaked Pics Reveal QWERTY Samsung InstinctQ

Expected to come out in October (or possibly November), little is known about the Samsung IntinctQ.  For instance, what the heck does the ‘Q’ stand for anyways?  We already know what a Samsung Instinct is, what makes this one different?  

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