Samsung Stealth V details were very scant other than it was a Samsung phone that actually had Android 2.2 (a first back at CES) and even now Galaxy S phones are still very slowly getting 2.2 FroYo. Today we have a little more information about the Stealth V, a 4G Verizon phone from Samsung.
T-Mobile slaps iPhone 4 on Verizon video, and many others. Looks like this time around they have changed things up. They've went from making fun of Apple, to AT&T, & Verizon, but now they are bringing Tech Bloggers into the mix.
Ittiam whipped out a new HD video conferencing solution that runs Android and uses an embedded TI OMAP 4 processor inside for the first time. The new system is aimed at next generation devices that integrate HD video communications and embedded bridging for conferencing between users on multiple devices.
HTC Thunderbolt (SCU ADR6400) shown up in Verizon's system, but the lovely Samsung SCH-i520 has as well. Both of these phones are being reported as 4G LTE capable, and the newest dummy images are showing an 8 Megapixel camera. Hot! You can take a look at the dark, devious photo we were sent via email below, or you can check out this amazing concoction of the two phones up here. Check it out!
Two mentions of Android TV in one day - coincidence? They look RATHER different, but the concept appears to be there - the one we're talking about here is made by Vidtonic and its an IPTV kit powered by Android and they say it'll be released at CES 2011 (just a handful of days from now!) This release is a hardware/software platform kit made for Android developers who'd like to bring their apps to the TV screen - sound like some future molding to you?