Android 2.1 for the Sprint Hero is rumored to be released on April 9th. Why wait when you can have it now (or the official test ROM)? The latest RUU from Sprint has been leaked by a member from the XDA.
Seemingly out of nowhere Vonage has just entered the Android game. Usually when a company as big as Vonage has plans of introducing a new app there is some sort of press release or even beta testing before hand. Not Vonage, today they released and Android app that is only available for T-Mobile and AT&T Android based handsets.
Yes, the saga continues. The launch of the HTC Desire in the UK has been a huge mess so far. First it’s ready to go, and then there has been delay after delay. T-Mobile may come to the rescues soon with this large shipment of handsets.
South Korea will have another Android 2.0 device soon. The Motorola Titanium, which looks similar to other Motorola devices like the Cliq and Cliq XT, is also known as the XT800. There will be two different versions of this handset available.
Guess it won’t be long now, the myTouch Slide could be right around the corner. Lately the FCC has been a great source for leaked phones. This one even has a picture of the device with the back door off. These filing confirmed this device for T-Mobile, which we already knew it would land. There were also a few specs mentioned in papers as well.
April 29th will be a big day for all you Verizon wireless customers. The HTC Incredible has been confirmed for a Best Buy release on that date. A lot of you have been waiting for a Verizon compatible Nexus One and this may as close as you can get to the Nexus.
Looks like the Samsung Moment may be joining the ranks of Android 2.1 soon. The official OTA has been leaked earlier today. Not one but two versions of the update have been leaked over at the SDX developer’s site.
T-Mobile UK's HTC Desire has only been in buyers' pockets for a week or so, but already the carrier is warning owners to be ready for an OTA update. In a new post on the carrier's support forum, T-Mobile says they are "aware that HTC is planning to release a new software update" and are working with the manufacturer to make sure owners have no issues receiving it.
A semi-common criticism of Android devices in many reviews is that the Android Market isn't as well established as, say, Apple's App Store. While that's still the case, it looks like Android is certainly beginning to accelerate the catch-up process.
Sagem are looking to Android for their next-gen Puma phone, as the French phone company commences rolling out the open-source OS across its range. We caught up with the Puma phone - which is currently based on Sagem's home-grown platform - at a pre-launch event last night, and the company's executive VP of marketing and user experience confirmed that Sagem are considering an entry-level version of the sports/lifestyle themed device which would run Android.