HTC One X and are dying to check out the new and improved HTC One X+ we have good news. Expansys USA has just opened up pre-orders for the smartphone, even though it hasn't been set in stone when it will hit the US. AT&T has confirmed they'll be the exclusive carrier of the phone, but you might be able to snag one early.
Samsung Galaxy S III and live in the UK: Expansys has just launched the sexy looking handset, and you can pick it up for a pretty decent price. Samsung, of course, has released the Galaxy S III in a number of different colors, but the garnet red variant has only be available through AT&T for the most part. That can make things difficult if you're with another carrier or don't particularly care for AT&T's service.
Galaxy S III up for pre-order on their website for a pretty astounding $694.99, plus shipping. They don't have a date on the listing, but it's pretty safe to assume that they plan to grab as many as they can when the Galaxy S III launches in Europe on May 29th.
LG Optimus 3D has been priced and dated, for the UK at least, after making its official debut at MWC 2011 this week. According to retailer Expansys, the 3D-capable smartphone will be £514.99 when it arrives, SIM-free and unlocked, on April 25. Of course, we're also expecting that price to come down considerably when subsidized by carriers. More details in our hands-on. [via Recombu]
Expansys has put the LG Optimus 2X up for pre-order, with the Tegra 2 powered Android smartphone expected to arrive on February 21 2011. Priced at £499.99 ($779) SIM-free and unlocked, the Optimus 2X runs Android 2.2 on the NVIDIA dual-core 1GHz chip and has a 4-inch display and 8-megapixel camera. There's also an HDMI port and support for 1080p HD recording and playback. More on the Optimus 2X in our hands-on over at SlashGear. LG Optimus 2X hands-on: [vms e2df9b6c000b75b5da10]
spotted the Acer Stream product page over at Expansys, with the new Android smartphone showing up there with an "early August" release estimate, but now the whole thing has been made official. According to the press release, the Stream will arrive on August 9th 2010, priced at £399 including VAT ($615), though the product page is currently showing August 7th as the due date. Your money gets you a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, HSDPA, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi b/g/n, all in a chassis that's 11.2mm thick. OS is Android 2.1 with some Acer tweaks, and there's an HDMI output for sideloaded content or 720p HD video you've shot with the 5-megapixel camera. Anybody tempted? Press Release: Acer Stream: THE PERFECT ENTERTAINMENT SMARTPHONE London, 26th July 2010: Acer Stream is a high-end multimedia smartphone, optimized for watching movies, listening to music and enjoying web browsing - perfect for most demanding users who want the best in entertainment. Elegant and minimalist in design, Acer Stream is made from highly resistant materials and offers truly outstanding technical features, all in just 11.2 mm, ensuring users a unique, unrepeatable experience, due to the following: Superb display quality: the touch screen with AMOLED technology boasts 1.67 million exceptionally bright colors, through a generous 3.7” WVGA display. Furthermore, its incredible contrast (superior 2000:1) makes for clear images and perfect legibility in any environment and light condition. Moreover, this type of display consumes less energy to help increase battery life. Ultrafast connectivity 3G+ for streaming: HSDPA 7.2 Mbps in download, Bluetooth and WiFi n, enabling faster transmission of multimedia contents than ever! Power and performance: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor, with its 512 MB RAM, makes Acer Stream one of the fastest and most reactive phones on the market. The operating system behind Stream is Android version 2.1, better known as Éclair. Unique and high-quality multimedia features, enabling the recording of HD videos up to 720p. Listening to your favorite music or the radio with RDS has never been so pleasant; enjoy the Dolby Mobile quality, with powerful bass and crystal-clear clarity for an unparalleled purity of sound. UPnP technology enables sharing contents with other devices. Furthermore, a 5MP photocamera and integrated GPS system allow photos and videos to be geotagged. Last but not least, you can connect the Acer Stream to your home TV with HDMI port and watch a movie on a larger screen. Extensive memory! 2GB of internal Flash memory are ideal for downloading a lot of applications and 3D games, while an 8GB memory card as free bundle and a micro-SD card slot support up to 32GB enable users to avail of their favorite multimedia contents at all times. A completely brand new user interface focalized on what is essential to users and able to guarantee a simple and quick access to all the applications. The new Acer user interface will wrap the user up giving pure pleasure in using the phone and enjoying the discovery of all the stunning things he can do with his Acer Stream! Main benefits: _Read information straight from the lock screen’s widget; _Quickly start favorite applications in one touch; _Easily switch applications with the History panel; _Customize the phone according to specific needs; _Enjoy smooth animations and fine graphics. Coupled with a three types of predictive keyboards, a smart dialer and a redesigned contacts list, the Acer user interface makes the use of smartphone an efficient and delightful experience. Social and entertaining: All the most popular applications are pre-installed: Acer Spinlets free streaming service to browse and listen to songs from major music labels and instantly post what you find to your favorite Social Networking sites, nemo Player to enjoy multimedia content to the fullest, Acer urFooz to create your virtual “look-a-like”, add your profile and bookmarks and post it to your social networks, Facebook™ and Twidroid perfectly integrated in the phone address. Acer Stream, a concentration of fun and entertainment! Open your eyes and start enjoying yourself with the best entertainment smartphone on the market. The Acer Stream will be available as of the 9th August exclusively from online retailer eXpansys for an RRP of £399 Inc Vat.
Expansys has announced that it will be the exclusive supplier of the Acer Stream Android smartphone in the UK. Priced at £399.99 ($610) including tax, and set to go on sale come August 3rd, the Acer Stream takes on the Google Nexus One with a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera (with autofocus but no flash) and an HDMI output. There's also the usual mixture of triband 900/1900/2100 HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS, along with DLNA media sharing, 2GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot. The Stream can record 720p HD video at 30fps, and is powered by Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon chipset. OS is Android 2.1, and it's available to preorder now. [Thanks Tony!]
Expansys, in fact you can order it now. We’ve seen this handset in brown, black and now this silver version. If this device peaks your interest, you may want to get your order in as soon as you can. They will start shipping them within the next few days.
shown up for preorder at online retailer Expansys UK, complete with an expected Monday April 12th release date. The Legend, which has a 3.2-inch HVGA AMOLED touchscreen, milled aluminum body and 5-megapixel camera, is priced at £399.99 ($627), while the HTC Desire, which has a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen and is basically HTC's own-brand version of the Google Nexus One, is priced at £449.99 ($706). Both are sold unlocked and SIM-free; HTC told us at the launch event that just about all of the carriers in the target markets for the two devices were interested in offering both smartphones, so if you're willing to sign up to a contract you can likely get one far cheaper upfront. HTC Legend hands-on: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zd3qY5k_mfw[/youtube] HTC Desire hands-on: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cisk6qhd-bk[/youtube]