Android 2.2

Solar Powered Phone takes a giant leap for Android kind

The Umeox Apollo Solar Powered phone is slick looking, I'll give it that. Running on Android, it takes about 2.5 hours of sunlight to recharge from a day's use, trickling the phone with current throughout the day. But if it's dead, it'll take nearly 17 hours of continuous sunlight to bring it back to life. There are plans for two models: one for the US (MTK6573) with support for 850/1900Mhz bands, and one (MTK6516) that works in Europe and much of Asia.

Dell Venue [Hands-On and Demo]

We're here at Pepcom, a tiny bit of popcorn after the events of today's Mobile World Congress, one of many. We're here with Dell checking out the new Dell Venue, an Android phone running Android 2.2 Froyo, containing a 1GHz QSD 8250 processor, and working on a whole load of bands for connections.

Motorola Atrix 4G Receives AT&T Mobile Minute Treatment [Video]

Our good pal Daniel is back to present the world with another "Mobile Minute" courtesy of the AT&T Social Media Team. This method for showing off Android smartphones was last used on the similar, but not the same, HTC Inspire 4G. In this video series the main fellow Daniel takes exactly 60 seconds to explain the phone at hand, making it extremely simple for basically anyone to understand what makes the phone great and worth buying. Daniel, you want a job at Android Community?

NOOKcolor Shipments Halted – Why?

News has it that Barnes & Noble have stopped shipments of their successful NOOKcolor Android tablet ereader. This color reader has seen great coverage in the Android developer community because of its enticing hardware and locked nature. While Barnes & Noble have intended this device to be used strictly for reading, sharing, and purchasing books (and down the line apps for reading as well,) it's been met with some fast moving code tricks and hacks that have allowed avid coders to break its system wide open. When open, this ereader becomes more of a fabulous looking, nicely sized, fully functional Android tablet. What's all this got to do with shipments?

Dell Venue Unlocked on Sale Now

Have you been waiting for the Dell Venue? No? Maybe it's because Dell has done essentially no advertising of the phone whatsoever? Let's talk about this phone for a moment, then we'll speak about how it's just become available for purchase through Dell today. It's got a 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capacitive multitouch display, a generous 8 megapixel camera on the back, three navigation buttons on the bottom instead of four - reminding you that Honeycomb, again, may reach smartphones after all, and it's running Android 2.2 Froyo.

HTC Inspire 4G AT&T Phone Shown Off in Minute-Long [Video]

If you were looking for a nutshelled explanation of what the HTC Inspire 4G from AT&T was all about, you found it. This is a commercial (possible web-only) in which a fellow with knowledge on the Inspire 4G drops said knowledge on the viewer in under a minute. In this speech he goes through all the bits that make the phone different from other Android phones, including, but not limited to: 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3 inch display, AT&T HSPA+ speed capabilities, weight of under 6 ounces, mobile Wifi hotspot, a big fat 8 megapixel camera on the back, and all that for under $100.

Galaxy S 4G Revealed by T-Mobile on Honeycomb Eve

Behold the next generation of Galaxy S phones, flowing hard and fast on T-Mobile's 4G network, these lovely machines work with mobile HD TV, come stocked with the movie INCEPTION, and have a cute 4-inch super AMOLED touch screen display. What other secrets lie in wait? Not just a whole lot more. But you know what? It's gonna be a pretty solid phone nonetheless - and from a carrier we know to be amongst the most reliable (unless you know different?), T-Mobile. It's the next level of outer-space, this time speedier.

LG Optimus V – Official Announcement for Valentines Day

The LG Optimus line just got a little bigger with an official announcement of the LG Optimus V, a higher-end-of-entry-level Android phone priced at $149.99 and set to release on Valentines Day through Virgin Mobile. Details available to us now include a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, 3G and Wifi capable, 3.2 megapixel camera, video, and we're gonna send out a wild guess and say that it'll have Android 2.2 Froyo. If it's anything like it's brother LG Optimus U, it'll be a nice little phone that zips around fast as you'd expect a phone in this price range to do so. More than likely this phone will end up being free on contract sooner than later.

Samsung Fascinate’s Froyo Leak Available for Download

Just last week the internet was made aware that the Verizon Froyo update for the Samsung Fascinate had been leaked. Even though Kaos would not release it at that time he confirmed its existence. However, now it is available for download for Samsung customers who have waited far too long to be enjoying the updates that came along with Android 2.3 Froyo.

Dell Streak 7 Review by Ben Bajarin

Bajarin strikes again with a review of the brand spanking new Dell Streak 7, a tablet very similar in shape and form to the Samsung Galaxy Tab, running Android 2.2 on a 7" 800×480 Gorilla Glass touch screen display. This is T-Mobile's first 4G tablet, made by Dell obviously, and it's made with landscape mode squarely in mind. Take a closer look with Ben as he does an in-depth look at the tablet that's next on stage.
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