Four phones are planned to be brought to customers throughout the year. This will start off next year with the Samsung Acclaim. The first phone, the slide phone QWERTY will come out July 9th, shortly followed by the HTC Desire.
It has been confirmed by Spring that an update for the HTC EVO 4G is currently being worked on. The update will for the WiMAX-capable smartphone will receive the Android 2.2 Froyo, heard in rumours earlier this week. This update
Guess what, there are real parts in the Droid X. Sorry to disappoint you if you thought it was powered by magic. Around here, we love seeing a good teardown, mainly because we can watch the dissection without potentially harming
So, yesterday there were some grumblings about the Android Marketplace being down. However, while there were some protests here and there, it didn’t seem to be a widespread problem. The market would refresh just fine,
The two part Android 2.1 update has just recently been withdrawn for release for the G2 Touch. This is the network’s name for the HTC Hero, with some reports that a couple users had some problems with it. Quite a few people
Swype is on its way into the mobile world, its already been seen on a few handsets already and the company eagerly wants to put it on iPhone. So far Apple doesn’t look like they’re too interested in taking the bait.
The newer EVO’s have recently just come out and there is a huge difference in the colors of the LCD screens. The newer model has a washed out look to it and the older has better contract, the colors are richer. If you look
News on a software update for the EVO 4G can’t be completley confirmed, but BGR has received news that Sprint is preparing for a maintenance update. The update is supposedly coming up on the 28th of June, three things are
For those who weren’t aware, Google can remove apps that may be bad or violate the Terms & Services of the Android market. This doesn’t happen very often, but when it does it’s a pretty big deal. Google
ZTE has made it’s first Android powered phone, the X850. The X850 won’t target the high end market like most Android phones recently to date have, but will instead target the entry-level market. But for a phone