Photos and specs have been leaked on what looks to be Amazon’s entry into the Android smartphone market. The phone is known as the Blaze, and it looks stacked with a 1.2 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8660 processor, 4.3-inch
Behold the marketing age, one where paying close enough attention to the bureaus in charge of term definitions can earn you a higher market share and brand throne in consumers’ minds around the world. Case in point: 4G
Dell Streak 7 owners hoping to use their 7-inch tablet on AT&T rather than T-Mobile have discovered the slate supports HSPA+ 4G on both networks. According to StreakSmart, after the T-Mobile USA carrier unlock is removed, the
The slightly less awesome Wifi-only version of HTC’s newest installment of Android device, the Flyer tablet, is now up for pre-order via Germany’s Cyberport retailer. The listing they’ve got up details the
We’ve been informed directly by a contact we’ve come to trust on AT&T matters that the brand spanking new HTC Inspire 4G is not just slow in its upload speeds because it has some kinks to work out, nay!
We’ve got a gigantic smartphone right here and it goes by the name HTC Inspire 4G. This is an AT&T branded phone, running on their HSPA+ network for speed, with a lovely soft plastic exterior for comfort in the hand.
Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G isn’t exactly a great leap from the existing Galaxy S range. The company has taken the original Galaxy S and thrown in Android 2.2 Froyo from the outset, together with HSPA+ support for T-Mobile
Qualcomm has made a major league splash at MWC this week with a broad range of announcements designed to make mobile platforms faster and more powerful. Here’s how they break down and why you should care:
T-Mobile USA is reported to have picked up HTC’s first dual-core Android smartphone, codenamed the HTC Pyramid, with the device expected to go on sale in May 2011. According to Android and Me‘s sources, the Pyramid
Today AT&T has announced that select smartphone customers will be able to switch their phones over to mobile hotspot mode, allowing all the devices within range the ability to connect to the internet on the same data plan.