Dell Streak now availabe and unlocked in UK

Not too long ago the Dell Streak was reviewed and overall we liked it. Well now in the UK you can buy one, straight from Dell. The Streak is SIM-free and costs around 449 pounds in the UK. In case you've forgotten the specs, the screen is 5 inches, an 800x400 resolution and multitouch support.

Huawei’s Android 2.2 Device Spoted in the Wild

Huawei has been planning on moving into own-brand phones, they're trying to end the practice of making phones for different people. They want to start taking credit of its own work instead of simply making phones for others such as T-Mobile. Some of the first pictures of the Huawei Android phone have come in, bearing the label HUAWEI on the back.

Samsung Galaxy S Gets Reviewed by SlashGear

SlashGear gets to have all the fun. Okay, okay, maybe just this time around. Anyway, by now you've heard about the Samsung Galaxy S. At least a few times. And yes, even if you live under a rock. It's Samsung's second device to feature their luxurious Super AMOLED display, but it's their first to do so with the Android Operating System tucked away underneath. And, thanks to the guys over at SlashGear, you get to find out whether or not you should be interested in the superphone from Samsung.

Samsung Epic 4G Announced: Galaxy S with a Physical Keyboard

You remember the Samsung Galaxy S Pro that we showcased here a few weeks ago, right? Thanks to our tipster, we got early photos of what would later become known as the Samsung Epic 4G -- and that's exactly what we've got here, courtesy of an official announcement from Sprint and Samsung. It's the first 4G-enabled device on the market that features a full, landscape-sliding QWERTY keyboard, and it's also got a few more features that'll make you take a second glance.

HTC Wildfire gets reviewed at SlashGear

Curious about HTC's new budget Android smartphone, the HTC Wildfire?  Over at SlashGear we've just finished reviewing the new handset, which promises much of the functionality users have grown to expect from HTC's higher-end devices only with a bargain price tag. That means you get a 5-megapixel camera, HTC Sense, 3G, WiFi and Flash support; still, it's not all plain sailing.  The display may be 3.2-inches, like the HTC Legend, but it's only running at QVGA resolution.  For all the details, head over to SlashGear for the full review!

HTC Forced to Switch to Super TFT LCD From AMOLED Due to Shortages [Update: HTC Plans to Use Both]

The Droid Incredible is still one of Verizon Wireless' most hotly desired devices, and despite the fact the handset is still on back-order, people are still buying them. One of the reasons for that, other than the 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood and Android 2.1 with HTC's Sense UI, is the fact that it features a 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display. We just got a tip that suggests that's not the case anymore.

Droid X Does Gaming Too

The Droid X comes with a very nice 4.3" screen, this makes it a very good gaming phone. The games expected should be smooth and fast, and that is exactly what was witnessed. The Motorla event, held in New York, displayed the Droid X's great gaming ability that was expected.

Droid X Available to Pre-Order at Best Buy Today

Today, Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile are offering pre sales on the Droid X. Similar to what they've done in the past with the Incredible, Best Buy got an early pre-order spot about 3 weeks before its release. This move allows you to avoid the mail in rebate card, which is $100.
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