The Archos 7 look to a lock for this years CeBIT, but it might not show up alone. There has been an announcement of a second Android tablet by Archos. Both described as “good value Android Tablets that are specially designed for use in the home”.
Another surprise packed into this compact version of the Pulse. In the video below the representative stated that this phone can have up to 15 different home screens and this is all done on the stock firmware.
Accessories for this MID is already starting to surface even though the phone has not been announced officially for any carrier. The launch date isn't even set, Dell seems to have more tricks up their sleeve for this device. The dock looks interesting but there is not much information on it.
There is no other phone on the market quite like the Samsung Beam. It has some impressive specs and to top it off this Android device has a built in Pico Projector capable of projecting images up to 50 inches.
The phone was originally named the Halo and although the name change isn't solid its now known as the Beam. This phone offers an 800 MHZ processor which is an updated version of that found on Omnia 2 and is said to be faster. An AMOLED screen, it also has an 1800 mAh battery installed which has a larger capacity of any stock battery that I am aware of. This phone is great for displaying videos, slide shows, presentations and more.
Sprint has been bragging about being the first 4G carrier for the longest now. This may be true but they currently has no 4G capable phone to take advantage of this. This may change this coming summer with the release of the HTC Supersonic.
Google has recently announced another Google made app for Android. This app is called Google Shopper. Shopper lets you find product information quickly by using your phone's camera. This app is similar to Barcode Scanner and Shopsavvy. So if you are familiar with those apps you can jump right in and feel right at home. If you are not it is a very easy and intuitive program to learn.
So Sony Ericsson’s Chief Executive Bert Norberg has told a Swedish publication that Google wanted Sony Ericsson to build the Android-running, Snapdragon-powered smartphone, the vaunted Nexus One. As CEO Norberg revealed, Sony Ericsson had actually turned down the request, claiming that they were only loyal to Sony Ericsson (themselves) and to stick with making their own in-house hardware.
Would you like to control your television with your Android device? Soon you will be able to do just that if you are a Verizon customer with a Motorola droid. This is only available with the FiOS home network.