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HTC One V Hands-on and First Impressions

HTC's last device announced at Mobile World Congress, the HTC One V finally went on sale last week as well as some additional pricing details that were released for the UK. Today we've got one and were able to take it for a quick test drive and enjoy Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and their updated Sense UI experience on a lower end device like the One V. This phone is a good sign that HTC should be able to update most of their older devices. Lets jump in shall we?

Ematic details the eGlide Prism 7-inch ICS tablet for $157

We have another budget tablet to show everyone today. The folks from Ematic are set to announce the new eGlide Prism 7-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with full 3D support. With the provided glasses you'll be enjoying 3D movies on the latest Android OS with this budget friendly tablet. Ematic is known for producing budget tablets but what makes this great is the price, 3D, and that you can buy it from NBC.

HTC One V spotted in the wild – looks impressive [Video]

HTC's new line of flagship phones in the One series are starting to appear everywhere. With the One X being available in early April in China and the UK, and the One S headed to T-Mobile. The one we haven't seen or heard much about since being first unveiled is the HTC One V. This is the lowest of them all but shows that HTC can get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense UI 4.0 both on a mid-range phone. Below is some hands-on video of the One V in action.

InfoSonic reveals US made budget smartphone, the Verykool s700

Budget smartphones are nothing new, especially when they come out of places such as China and other markets by the truckloads. Today however, we have news regarding a US Made smartphones coming from a company based in San Diego, California. Infosonic, a technology manufacturer, has just announced the Verykool s700 smartphone.

Eric Schmidt: $70 Android Smartphones coming soon

Pricing of smartphones has always been an issue, especially over the past year with 4G LTE and quad-core processors becoming the standard. While talking on stage here at MWC Schmidt was asked about Android on feature phones and simply said "buy a smartphone." Then continued on and talked about smartphone prices and what we can expect in the future with Android.

HTC One V Announced — Ice Cream Sandwich, Beats Audio on a budget

As we continue with the HTC launch event here at Mobile World Congress we have the low-end of the three new Android smartphones being announced as a part of their "fewer but better" devices strategy. This is the HTC One V, previously rumored as the HTC Primo, and it brings all those specs we've come to love along with the latest Android OS all for a great price. Again meeting the demands to be considered a "One" smartphone the One V wont disappoint but read on below to find out more.

Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Hands-on and unboxing

If you've been looking for a budget Android tablet and some of the current offerings aren't quite what you've been looking for then I might have just the device for you. The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 tablet. Today we had the opportunity to unbox it and get a quick hands-on for everyone to check out. It might not be the fastest or the best, and it runs on Gingerbread but take a look below to see more.

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 surfaces — smartphone on a budget

Samsung doesn't look to be slowing down any time soon with their wide array of Android "Galaxy" named smartphones. Recently uncovered is the new Galaxy Mini 2, a follow up to the original Mini. It features similar low-end specs and will most definetaly come with a low-end or free on contract price too. More details below.
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