Even if there had been some obvious kind of way of knowing that the HTC Hero and Samsung Moment on the Sprint Network wouldn't be getting Android 2.2, we can finally say that it's been confirmed. By Sprint, thanks to Twitter.
Seems like this is the week for Android 2.1, doesn't it? Sure enough, after Verizon Wireless started letting out the Android 2.1 update for the Droid ERIS, here we are with another wireless carrier offering it up for another
U.S Cellular is a small regional company but they are building quite an impressive lineup of Android devices. They are already scheduled to release the HTC Desire now they have confirmed the release of the Samsung Acclaim. This
So, would you like some kind of confirmation as to when you're going to get some Android 2.1 goodness on your Sprint Android-based devices? You know the ones: the HTC Hero and Samsung Moment. Well, looks like we can finally put
Looks like the Samsung Moment may be joining the ranks of Android 2.1 soon. The official OTA has been leaked earlier today. Not one but two versions of the update have been leaked over at the SDX developer’s site. Continue
Since someone caught an HTC Hero in the wild running Android 2.1 with a new HTC Sense UI, all Hero users here in the US are asking how and when will they be receiving the Eclair treatment. The answer from HTC and Sprint Twitter
If you have been waiting to find out more about the Samsung Moment, than now it's your opportunity. Our fearless Head Chef BBQ has reviewed the latest of the Android phones on Sprint's line-up over at SlashGear. And apparently,
Sprint have outed their first Android smartphone, the Samsung Moment. The Moment has a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen running a 320 x 480 resolution, together with a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth and EVDO