While the larger X10 makes its way around the world, the X10 Mini has been patiently waiting on the sidelines. The X10 Mini has just received approval by the FCC and could make its way across Europe real soon. The keyboard version is expected to pass soon as well.
There’s no doubt about it, the HTC legend is one of the most beautiful devices ever made. It’s all aluminum unibody design with rubber accents are some of the best designs we have seen in any mobile device. It has recently cleared the FCC with AT&T 3G bands. Those of you in Canada know AT&T and Rogers shares the same bands so where this will land is anyone’s guess.
This June, the Acer Liquid E will be launching for $49.99 on Rogers Wireless. All you have to do to get this get deal is sign away 3 years of your life. Off-contract, the phone will be costing customers $349.99, and that’s not a bad deal. I would opt for the full price rather than being stuck with the same phone for 3 years. As fast as technology moves, this phone will be dated by the time you’re a third of the way done with your contract.
If you’re not aware, Roger’s Wireless is expecting preorders for the Sony X10. It’s offered for $149.99 with a 3-year contract and if you sign up for preorder you will receive a free Sony Ericsson MW600 wireless headset. The last preorders will be taken April 14th.
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.
Rogers and Fido customers now have access to their billing information, voice, data and SMS messages via an application called My Account. This app is similar to the one offered by T-Mobile and even carries the same name.
The Galaxy Spica has been in the news often in the past few weeks. Earlier in the week there was an announcement that the handset was on its way to Roger's Wireless in Canada. Today, a short video demonstration was released.
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.