Here’s some Saturday multimedia to share with you guys.Â PhoneArena was able to score a few shots of the HTC Droid Eris in the wild, running Sense.Â There’s also a pic of the packaging which might indicate the general direction of Verizon’s “Droid” marketing.Â The …
So you’re thinking about getting the Droid from Verizon but don’t know how much it’s going to set you back.Â Sure you know the phone costs $199 after rebate, but what’s the long-term cost of ownership?Â That’s where BillShrink.com comes in.Â They’ve just announced the …
Peter Rojas, co-founder of Engadget, Gizmodo, and gdgt has just spilled some delicious beans.Â A post listed over on a gdgt discussion board under the category of Droid Eris says that the handset will come in with the lowest price point of any Android handset …
A tipster just sent in a screen grab that indicates Verizon reps are currently being trained on the Droid Eris.Â What we’re looking at appears to be the intro screen of a training module.Â We’re still waiting to hear back as to whether hardware or …
Here we go again.Â The Boy Genius Report has the first “in the wild” shots of the Motorola Calgary handset, headed for Verizon.Â Presumed to be arriving later this year, the phone looks very much like a less expensive, little brother to the Droid. Like …
It’s pretty much a done deal that the Motorola Sholes and HTC Desire are going to be Verizon’s first two handsets but what about the third one?Â According to information passed to Unstrung, the third handset will be manufactured by a smaller company and will …
Wired Gadget Lab recently said what a lot of people are thinking: Why does Verizon “have the worst smartphones?” Verizon’s take? “Customers don’t care about phones. They care about the network and our network is the best.” Ok, so they didn’t really say that, but …
The Boy Genius Report is, well… reporting that the first Android handset from Motorola will be the Calgary.Â Shown below in mockups, the device has that some of that same old MOTO feeling to it mixed with a little new.Â It’s a slide up QWERTY …
According to a recent job posting onÂ the Verizon CareersÂ board, the nation’s largest carrier is looking for an Android Device Expert.Â This is the first indication that the provider might be gearing up to release handsets or services based on Android.
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