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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G hits T-Mobile March 21 for $149

Another member of the Galaxy family from Samsung is all set to launch on T-Mobile in a few short days. The new 4" mid-range Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G has been officially announced by T-Mobile. Originally detailed as coming this March we now know it will be officially available March 21st in select stores, and with full retail availability on the 28th nationwide.

HTC One S gallery of pictures also leaked

HTC is set to have a huge Mobile World Congress and according to recent leaks they have a few highly impressive phones coming to market soon. With the new "One" naming we've heard rumors of the One X, One S, and One V. Minutes ago we reported some leaked pictures of the flagship One X, but now we have a full gallery of the 4.3" One S too so check them out below.

Archos 101 G9 “Turbo” 1.2 GHz dual-core Honeycomb Tab now available

We've been following Archos and their line of cheap and affordable budget Android tablets but lately their entire naming scheme is getting out of control. Today we have learned the new Archos 101 G9 "Turbo" edition is available now -- in Europe. We got our first glance at the new Archos G9 series a few months back featuring a 1.0 GHz dual-core processor and Android Honeycomb. Today they've released the same devices only with the addition of "Turbo" to the name with a faster 1.2 GHz TI OMAP dual-core processor.

Samsung Galaxy S II vs iPhone 4S browser comparison and load times [Video Updated]

The iPhone 4S is finally here and while we don't have a 5 to compare things to, we do have the 4S to throw up against the Samsung Galaxy S II for a few browser load times and overall performance tests as I'm sure plenty are interested in seeing the results. I always told myself I'd never use the word "iPhone" in a title here at Android Community but this isn't about me -- its for you, the readers. A little friendly competition is always nice right? Because where would we all be without it -- probably still using Nokia candy bar phones daily. Enough of that, check out our video below.

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Review [Video]

Welcome back to one of the quickest and highest selling Android-based smartphone series in the Google-based mobil OS' history, here representing with the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S II. This device is the third smartphone to be released with the Galaxy S II name attached, and it's certainly not the last, having been preceded by the original international edition Galaxy S II and the largest display-having version yet in the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, followed here in the states by the T-Mobile version (also titled Galaxy S II), it having the same large display as the Epic 4G Touch at 4.5-inches but with a different processor than all released versions at this time. This 4.32-inch Super AMOLED Plus display-having dual-core chip toting handset is under the magnifying glass today here by yours truly at Android Community.

ZTE Smart 7″ Android Tab clears the FCC

We saw the ZTE Smart tablets back at IFA 2011 but no details confirmed where it would launch. Now the 7" Honeycomb tablet from ZTE has cleared the FCC making us hopeful it will see a U.S launch soon. It's about time we get a few more 7" tablets in for some competition although I have a feeling we'll have plenty to choose from very soon.

Motorola XOOM 2 Revealed in leaked photos [UPDATE: More photos revealed]

It appears that the XOOM will truly have a followup in the future, the very near future it seems if these photos are to be taken as images of a real live test unit of the upcoming tablet from Motorola. This device is said by our source here to be tagged with the product number MZ617 and indeed called XOOM 2 (at least for the time being, that is.) The source of the photo also mentions that there's an HDMI and microUSB port (or two ports, one single port would mean MHL), some "big" physical flush buttons on the back, a SIM card slot, and "no SD slot at first glance." Sound alright so far?

Archos 80 G9 Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

We've got products coming out of our ears this week here at Android Community, the newest of which is the Archos 80 G9, a lovely new Honeycomb tablet sitting itself up to compete with the now-saturated tablet market here in the USA. This tablet has a unique shape and size, feels just divine to hold with one or two hands, and does indeed have a built-in kickstand to allow you to do your everyday work and play with complete ease. Will this tablet drown in the sea, or will it have a fighting chance at taking a sizable bite out of the fledgeling Android tablet market?
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