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copy Android for their entire storefront. It's not necessarily "fake" in the sense that the branding is misappropriated; anyone selling Android hardware can make use of Google's Android logos and typefaces. But simply naming your store "Android", as the shop in Zhuhai, Guangdong province has done, is a no-no.
Galaxy Nexus. For all those awaiting its arrival the time may finally be coming. We are now seeing actual hardware devices and retail packaging for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus arriving in Verizon Wireless retail stores thanks to a tip from XDA Developers. Hopefully I can convince the pretty blonde at my local Verizon store to sell me one early -- I'll be taking flowers with me later today for good measure.
purchase a selection of Android games at your local big-box retailer, courtesy of developer conglomerate indiePub. They'll begin selling cards with download codes redeemable for certain games, much like an iTunes or Amazon MP3 Store gift certificate. Android All-Stars cards should be available from retailers before the holiday season.
Samsung Galaxy S II for their network. Codenamed the Hercules it will come to market as just the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile. Officially announced a few weeks back, the T-Mobile branded version of one of the best phones around will be available come October 12th. It appears T-Mobile stores are already starting to receive tons of stock, gearing for a big launch.
announced way back at the first of June, and since then we haven't heard much else regarding the 4G LTE tablet that is headed for Verizon. It did however go up for pre-order a few weeks ago. Verizon stores are now starting to receive posters and flyers showing the 4G LTE tablet so this may be a good sign.
Droid 3 is up for sale officially starting today July 14th and available in-store for your immediate pickup. If you've been waiting for a beastly dual-core device with a sweet keyboard this is the phone for you. Unless you were part of the lucky few that received the Droid 3 early.