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Samsung Beam – Super Amoled with Projector

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. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVaAUwroLs0&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] [via hdblog]

VIDEO: HTC Desires official first look

Video number two of the day from HTC official library. This video features the hot hot HTC Desire. This is essentially a Nexus One with Sense UI slapped on. This phone is rumored to be offered by multiple carriers around the world so hopefully no matter who your carrier is you can get your hands on one. As mentioned before this phone is very similar to the Nexus One except it features an optical trackball and well as HTC's custom interface, Sense UI. In this video you get a look at the slight chin which is paying homage to the original Android device(HTC Dream/G1) and it is also dubbed a "superphone". Sense UI looks great on the large AMOLED screen. The only thing I wonder about is the support for accessories. If this phone will have its on desk and car dock, my Nexus may be up for sale. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltSyVNO5tvM&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

HTC Desire puts Sense UI into the Nexus One

The smartphone we knew unofficially as the Bravo has been made official, and the HTC Desire is enough to put any Nexus One envy out of your mind.  The Desire has the same 3.7-inch AMOLED multitouch display as the Nexus One, but throws in HTC's coveted Sense user interface complete with Exposé-style "helicopter view" for homescreen thumbnails. There's also European UMTS/HSPA 900/2100, an optical joystick, 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, WiFi, Bluetooth and a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU.  In fact the only real feature that the Desire lacks and the Nexus One has, is active noise cancellation; that's apparently a cost-saving measure, to keep the Desire relatively affordable.  Unfortunately HTC have told us in a pre-brief that there are currently no plans to make a US-version, so Nexus One owners will have to wait for the inevitable hacked ROM. More details over at SlashGear, and we’ll have hands-on video and photos with the new smartphones after the press conference ends.

HTC Bravo, Renamed Desire?

I thought the HTC Droid Eris already had this name pegged. Its seems as though HTC has other plans for it, giving it to the phone we all know as the Bravo. The HTC Desire will be the newest entry into HTC leading Android family of phones.

HTC Legend caught in wild

Details on the HTC Legend - expected to be the company's successor to the HTC Hero - have us anticipating quite the smartphone, and these leaked photos sent to Engadget are doing nothing to disappoint.  As we heard a couple of weeks back, the Legend's casing is made of aluminum and it has an optical joystick rather than a trackball. No new hardware details, so we're assuming that the last lot of leaked specifications hold true.  That means a 3.2-inch HVGA AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 600MHz processor, 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.  There's also a 3.5mm headphone jack, 512MB of flash and 256MB of RAM.  We're hoping the Legend makes an appearance at HTC's press conference next week at Mobile World Congress 2010.

Inbrics M1 Android-powered MID announcing at MWC10

It’s really no big secret that Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2010 is going to be ruled by Androids. Inbrics will introduce its M1, a “smartphone-like device” powered by Android. There’s no mentioning of the version of Android but what we do know: M1 feature a 3.7-inch AMOLED touch screen, 3MP shooter and a front-facing VGA camera, 16GB internal memory, physical QWERTY keyboard, and a microSD card slot. Make sure to keep an eye on Android Community’s MWC10 coverage during the week of Feb 14 thru Feb 18 for hands-on Android goodies!
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