Some of you may have heard of this name before. HTC had a vote recently which allowed users to pick the name of their next device. Wildfire was the winner with the most votes. Today the FCC had some hands on time with a new Android device that has a full QWERTY slide out keyboard.
The versatility of the Android OS has it capabilities once again. Android has been seen on kitchen appliances and many other things. It’s only fitting that a radio is in the works.
This offering from Dell is a bit toned down from the recent leaks but is still a great device. The Dell Aero will be released for AT&T sometime in the second quarter. It has a 624 MHZ processor and a few other tricks up its sleeve.
Dell is on a full on Android assault, they have many new devices in the pipeline. Seeing as how they entered the game late, they are positioning themselves to offer the most Android devices in the market. This tablet is similar to the Dell Mini 5, aka the Streak, it is a seven inch tablet. Rumors have this thing set for a November release.
Dell has a lot of new different Android devices entering the market late this year and early next year. This one is called the Smoke, it’s like a slim Blackberry mixed with a Pixi. This device will be targeted towards corporate customers but the appeal of this phone will widen if Dell sticks to their plans of offering this device at a low price.
The second leak of future Dell Android devices comes in any color you like long as its black (car guys gets this). This phone will be called the Thunder and with it comes a new UI made by Dell called Stage. Like the last leaked phone by Dell, there’s good news and bad news with this device as well.
Dell seems to be raising the bar with their second generation Android devices. This is the first of two that has just surfaced around the web. This phone will be called the Dell Flash and it has some great specs, but there is a down side to this awesome device.
This isn’t the first time that we have heard news about HP’s Compaq AirLife 100. This is an Android powered netbook that we have known about since MWC. It has finally passed through the FCC and now the full specs are now available.
Things like this are what make phones with physical keyboard awesome. Granted, this may be possible with an all touch screen device but it will surely be a tougher feat to accomplish. Game Gripper has successfully converted a Motorola Droid into a classic controller.
Since the release of the G1, highly anticipated Android has been given their own space full of information and teasery, that’s right, teasery. The HTC Incredible now has a coming soon site, but unlike its predecessors, there not much information on this site and you can forget about an emulator, for now.