Transformer Pad TF300. Available for order now at all the usual major retailers, the new tablet will be replacing the original Transformer in the line up and sell along with the Transformer Prime. At $379 it should make it easier for people to get into a the popular tablet style computing device without having to break the bank.
Author: Bill Macrides
HTC One X on AT&T's website. Current pricing for the phone is $199 with new 2 year contract with it either being a new customer or an upgrade. You could also by it outright with no obligation for $549 if you are between upgrades and want to get your hands on one of these bad boys.
Incredible 4G coming on April 26, this may not come as any surprise.
Philips recently announced its plans to offer Android 4.0 in their new line of 7" tablets. Initially only slated for introduction in China, it's not known if they will make their way to the US market. Though not the first to use the 4.0 software, they are going a different route with its processors.
MyTouch. Though not a lot of information is given, there are some basic specs that are given for the approval. These include supporting the 850/1700/1900 UMTS bands, Bluetooth and Wi-fi.
HTC One X it intends to make a statement. Originally slated to be released on May 6 for $199 (with 2 year contract), it can be scooped up at Radio Shack for the amazing price of $149. This is a special pricing by Radio Shack is on pre-orders only. The price goes back up to $199 after the release.
Galaxy S III. It shows a simple blue back ground with 12.05.03-20.00 in white lettering and a conspicuous imprint of a phone pressed from behind. Subtle yet tantalizing at the same time.