It does exist!! The all white version of the X10 has been listed on Orange’s order page. This is my personal favorite off all the X10’s including the Mini’s. If this would’ve come out sooner, I would’ve been the first in line to get it.
Another Android beast is making its way into the North American market. The X10 may not be the hottest Android on the block but it is still a highly anticipated phone by many. It has the best camera of all the current Android and Rachael is a sexy UI.
Sprint has released an early version of the developers guide for the upcoming HTC EVO 4G. the phone looks pretty cool tethered to the television in the picture below. Oh, and it is outputting 720p video to that TV.
When this phone finally made its way into the market, it quickly sold-out within three weeks of its launch date. The wait for the second batch to arrive seems like an eternity for those of us that want one. Well, that way may be over very soon.
T-Mobile UK has a new promotion to commemorate the launch of the HTC Desire on the UK network on March 26, they are giving away one HTC Desire to any T-Mobile user who enters its online draw. To enter, sign up on T-Mobile UK forums and email some information given there and you could be the lucky winner.
For now this is just a rumor, I don't think that this will replace the Eris. No other Android has been replaced this soon after it's release. But, according to a reliable source at Berryscoop, the HTC Incredible will be replacing the HTC Droid Eris at Verizon Wireless.
Not much is known about this PMP, it's rumored to be running some variation of Android but there is no solid evidence of that as of yet. It is a great looking piece of hardware and if Android is indeed the chosen OS, this will be a welcome addition to the Android family.
It has 720p and 1080p video playback, a 7-inch (800 x ×480) display screen and an HDMI out. There is also support for many different types of media such as, RMVB, AVI, WMV, VOB, FLV, and MPG for starters. There is no set price, I would image that it will not be a cheap device.This is a great choice for all your multimedia needs.
With the expansion of Android launching in different markets all across the world, many of these markets still doesn't have access to paid apps. This often times lead users to find "alternative" ways of obtaining these highly sought after apps. Paid apps usually offer more features and more options versus their free counterpart. Most of the time there is no free version so if you want the app, you just cant get it through the Android Market.