Here comes a rather unique looking phone from a player we've not oft seen in the Android game - Pantech. This device is called the Pantech Crossover and it set to be a mid-range Android smartphone offered on AT&T, featuring a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, 600 MHz processor, AllSport GPS, and a 3-megapixel digital camera on the back. THis device makes its headline read "looks different" and "messages well with a dash of social media." Have a peek!
Remember sliders - what seemed to be the thing of the early 2000's before smartphones came mainstream and pushed them into the history books? Well, it looks like Samsung is readying the release of a new Android-based QWERTY slider for Sprint as some images of the device have hit the web.
One of the first big tablet announcements at this year's CES was the new line of ASUS tablets, the Eee Pads. Shortly after their announcement, rumors began to hit the net that not only will they not be shipping with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but their launch date had been pushed to Q3.
Today has been a busy day for ASUS as they announced their CES 2011 lineup. Among these devices was the ASUS EeePad Slider. The device is a high-end 10-inch tablet with sliding keyboard that reveals itself when needed.
For those of you that are curious how this device looks, we now have a clear picture. When we first heard of this device we thought it was just a rebranded Moment. They do share a lot in common but this is a totally different device.
So far in the world of Android, the myTouch has been the most popular series of devices on the market. There are 3 versions available now including the hot “Fender Edition”. Soon, this slider will join the myTouch ranks at T-Mobile.