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SlashGear Reviews The X10

Another Android best has been handled by our friends from Slashgear. Earlier today they brought us one of the first unboxing of the highly anticipated HTC Desire. This time around, they are one of the first to review of the equally anticipated Sony Xperia X10. We’ve known, and wanted, this phone since around last October. Since then there has been multiple powerful Android handsets announced for release this year. So is it too little to for Sony or will this be their knight in shining armor.

Motorola i1 Hands-On Video

The newly announced Motorola i1 has just received some hands on treatment by our friends over at slashgear. This phone has a few good apps preinstalled. Opera Mini 5 is onboard as well as Swype. Motorola is marketing this as the world’s first Push-to-Talk Android-based handset.

Verizon HTC Incredible launching in two weeks?

This latest rumored comes straight from an inside Verizon and HTC source. Tumors have it, this phone will be in stock in two weeks, this is awesome news for all you Verizon customers. This is another 2.1 Android device that is also worthy of the title, "Superphone", that was given to the Nexus One.

Google Nexus One Heading to Sprint

It's official, Sprint just announced via a press release that the Nexus One will be available on their network soon. Google just released an AT&T and Rogers compatible Nexus One the other day and now Sprint is joining them at the table with their own Nexus. All while the Verizon version has yet to be announced officially.

Motorola BACKFLIP review

Our friends over at slashgear has just done a really nice review of the BACKFLIP by AT&T. This phone has been known recently as the first Android without Google Search, it was replaced by Yahoo Search. Motorola has been cranking out Android devices since the release of their first, the Cliq. This is their fourth release for the US market and the fifth overall, this is quite an amazing feat considering that they entered on the scene late in the game.

Guardian Project has secure Android smartphones in the works

Cryptographically secure phones has been around for quite sometime now but the use of such devices are highly underutilized due to their high cost and low user support. Android is now being used by Guardian Project in an effort to bring these types of devices to the masses. Android-compatible handset will be updated with new firmware release that would add an anonymous browser, encrypted email, secure voice calls and secure data sync, along with various other security related things.
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