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Samsung Galaxy S hanging out at the FCC

This is good news and bad news. The Galaxy S is one of the most powerful Android handsets to be released in the near future. It will most likely be the phone to have for gaming, as it stands it has the best GPU out of all the current Androids and every other handset. Time for the bad news, it passed through the FCC with AT&T 3G bands.

myTouch Slide Shows Up In RadioShack Systems

So far in the world of Android, the myTouch has been the most popular series of devices on the market. There are 3 versions available now including the hot “Fender Edition”. Soon, this slider will join the myTouch ranks at T-Mobile.

Is This The LG Aloha?

LG is rumored to be working on a high-end Android device codenamed Aloha. So far there have not been any pictures of the device. The handset in the picture is the LG LU2300 and it is set for release in Korea. Could this be the rumored Aloha? Most of the specs match the rumored specs except the product number, C710 is rumored to be the Aloha and this device is the LU2300.

HTC Desire gets reviewed at SlashGear

The second part of HTC's Android attack, the HTC Desire, certainly has the heritage and hype, but is it actually a decent phone?  That's just the question we've been grappling with over at SlashGear, where our full HTC Desire review has just gone live.  We've made plenty of comparison against the Desire's effective sibling, the Google Nexus One, too.

Hummingbird Graphics Processor, Galaxy S

Well, this came as a complete surprise to me. The Galaxy S will be the strongest handset as far as graphics and gaming goes when it is released (unless something stronger is in the making). Once you pair this outstanding GPU with its beautiful SUPER AMOLED display and powerful processor, you will have a handset that truly rivals today’s mobile gaming platforms.

“Life Smart” UI On The Galaxy S – Video

The Galaxy S by Samsung has been overshadowed by the announcement of the HTC EVO 4G by Sprint. Since then Samsung has released their presentation from this year’s CTIA. Also, they folks at androidcentral were lucky enough to get some hands on time with this beautiful yet powerful handset.

Nexus One display not true WVGA?

AMOLED good, LCD bad, right?  When it comes to the Nexus One, things might not be so clear-cut.  Frustrated by what he describes as "swizzled" edges to what should've been clean, crisp text and graphics, Nexus One owner Luke Hutchison took a magnifier to the smartphone's AMOLED panel and discovered that while WVGA may be the resolution HTC and Google claim, the actual resolution could be more like 392 x 653.

That's because of the way the display uses color in its pixels.  It turns out that, rather than each pixel having all three color channels (red, blue and green) they actually have either a blue/green or red/green pair, with the blue or red pixel being double-width.  The technology is called PenTile, and there are various justifications for using it that include apparently extending blue pixel longevity. So, when you add up the number of RGB triplets on the display, you get the lower 392 x 653 resolution.  That's apparently why the Nexus One display - while brighter and richer in color than that of the LCD-based DROID - has text that is less sharp than the Motorola smartphone.  There's far more to it than that, of course, but the underlying issue is that the AMOLED display Google and HTC used doesn't quite deliver what buyers probably thought they were getting. [via IntoMobile]

Verizon HTC Incredible launching in two weeks?

This latest rumored comes straight from an inside Verizon and HTC source. Tumors have it, this phone will be in stock in two weeks, this is awesome news for all you Verizon customers. This is another 2.1 Android device that is also worthy of the title, "Superphone", that was given to the Nexus One.

Sprint HTC Supersonic arriving next week?

Sprint is expected to officially announce the HTC Supersonic next week. This Android device would be the first WiMax compatible phone released for a major carrier in the US. It will utilize Sprint's 4G network that they have been boasting about for the longest.

Leaked: HTC Incredible caught in its Verizon colors, specs confirmed

Verizon fans will soon have another awesome Android handset in lineup. There has been a few pictures and specs of the device leaked today. Rumors have this phone replacing the Eris, it's another Sense UI Android but this has an 8MP with dual LED Flash. Unfortunately, the snapdragon has been underclocked to 768MHZ. Pictures and specs after the break.
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