CTIA 2011

Sprint Nexus S 4G Spy Shots [EXCLUSIVE]

We're here on the day BEFORE the first day of CTIA 2011, having a fine time keeping cool with some water and soda pops, minding our own business when wham! There it was. We stumbled head first into the Sprint Nexus S 4G. This phone is nearly indistinguishable from the original Nexus S save for a few tiny details including SIM card placement (invisibility ON) and the weight, but again, even before this sentence is over, I've gotta note that the differences were so small that to the untrained ninja eye, they were indeed unnoticeable.

Android Community at CTIA Wireless 2011

Android Community is hard at work at CTIA Wireless 2011, the annual mobile confab which this year is in Orlando, Florida. We're expecting a ton of wireless news including stories on Android phones and even more tablets. In fact, news has already been leaked that AT&T is bringing the Nexus S 4G, with it's pure Google Android experience, to mobile customers this year along with the LG Thrill 4G and HTC HD7S.

CTIA 2011 [Full Preview and Anticipation Guide]

When I write this post, I am literally on an airplane flying from Minneapolis International Airport down to Orlando Florida where I and several compatriots of mine representing both Android Community and SlashGear will be having a fabulous time walking around CTIA 2011 in addition to listening in on some keynote speeches by the heads of this mobile industry in the USA. The following guide will show you what we expect to see this year at the Orange County Convention Center from groups like HTC, LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and heck, maybe even a little Nokia since the rumors of them keeping Android in mind while they roll out with Windows Phone 7 in the meantime. But what about Motorola?

Looking Forward to a Very Android Experience at CTIA 2011

Have a look, if you will, at the tiny sampling of the booty we beheld back at Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona. It was there that we witness the real wave of Android coming forward to meet the world, there we saw one gigantic banner greeting us like a big smile, Androids of all shapes and sizes peeking around corners and growing teeth to chomp our eyes out, everything we could desire! It was a sea of green, indeed, and we're getting pumped up to do it all over again in a week, this time in Orlando - right here in the USA at CITA 2011!

CTIA to showcase new LG Phones

CTIA is adding LG Phones to it's list of breaking news before the wireless confab later this year in Orlando. Although no details are offered, there is hint that along with the LG Revolution, these new phones are finalists for the annual CTIA E-Tech award. Other phones nominated include the Motrola Atrix and the HTC Thunderbolt. And while the identity of the LG phones remains a mystery, the talk is that T-Mobile will be the carrier that launches them.

HTC EVO View 4G trademark filed for tipped CTIA 2011 debut

HTC has applied for "HTC EVO View 4G" trademark, seemingly confirming the incoming Android device expected to make its debut at CTIA 2011 next month. Two filings - here and here - lock down the name, though of course don't give us any further details about the device itself. It had been speculated that the EVO View 4G would be a tablet, perhaps even a CDMA version of the HTC Flyer, though there's no specific mention of tablets in the "goods and services" description. However, you could extrapolate from the "portable computers" section, perhaps, so the Flyer may still make a Sprint appearance. Most interesting, though, is the 4G element, with the device certain to have Sprint's WiMAX built in. Considering the HTC EVO 4G is nine months old and still retails for $199.99 with a new agreement, it's about time we had another potential flagship to take its place. [via Good and EVO]

Sprint EVO View, Nexus, and EVO 3D [CLUES]

We're sitting here with our notepads out, our magnets and our divining rods, OUIJA boards and dirt-mall-psychics, all of it together to put together the pieces on what Sprint might be bringing us during the utterly gigantic 2 and a half hour time slot they've got us slated for at CTIA in a couple weeks. Incase you do not know, 2.5hours for an event such as this is a long time, long enough to announce several new products - new Android products. We had our eyelids open this afternoon when Engadget was tipped anonymously on several new phones including an EVO View, Nexus S 4G, and EVO 3D - now we've got some extra clues that might just thread the needle.

HTC DoubleShot Tipped for T-Mobile [PLUS: Bonus HTC Pyramid Release Info]

It appears that our friends over at T-MoNews have been tipped off to a codename of an upcoming HTC device that could be anything, anything at all. That means anything at all, a device, a cheeseburger, an Android robot that follows you around offering you tips on new phones, anything. While we've got love for more information than a single word being a tip, we are of the opinion that there is indeed no news too small to consider. This tip comes along the same lines as the one that brought us the HTC Pyramid, a phone which we also've been tipped some bonus info on.

Samsung to announce QWERTY in Android’s Galaxy

Samsung is looking to add a QWERTY Android phone to it's Galaxy line of phones during CTIA this month. The news is that the new phone will have a "candy bar" design much like BlackBerry, running Android 2.2 (Froyo). But it seems more likely that Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) would be more practical. The design is rumored to be a bit wider than the Samsung Galaxy S and is geared for a higher end clientele. Possibly aimed at Blackberry's business models?

New Tablet announcing at CTIA, hints of medical applications

CTIA Vice President Rob Mesirow has hinted that a new Android tablet will be announced at the annual wireless trade show. And though he wouldn't go into any detail as to who's making it or what the specs are, Mesirow did go on to talk about how tablets in general are changing Heath care thanks to what he calls "M-health" and that M-health news at CTIA this year. And as if hinting to one spec, Mesirow went on to state that a 7" tablet fits rather nicely in a lab coat.
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