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2nd-Gen Dell Streak “Opus One” due March 2011 with high-res screen & dual-core CPU?

Dell's second-generation Streak is on track for release in March 2011, according to details purportedly leaked from an internal presentation, and is currently being developed under the codename Opus One. According to StreakSmart's anonymous source, the Dell Opus One will keep the 5-inch screen size of the original Streak, but use a higher-resolution panel running at around 1280 x 800. It's also tipped to have a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, perhaps from Qualcomm's new Snapdragon range. Strangely, "Opus One" was the internal codename Motorola gave the Android smartphone that eventually became the Motorola i1.

Sharp IS01 Pocketables Unboxing

It's what Pocketables calls a "much-needed and highly refreshing addition to the market." Sounds good to me. This is the Sharp IS01, complete with a 1GHz Snapdragon inside, clamshell housing, and a 3G connection (as long as you're inside Japan.) It's got Wifi capabilities, a unique size and form, and costs less than $250 USD if you buy it from Conics. Jenn K. Lee presents a lovely unboxing of this diamond in the rough (maybe!)

T-Mobile G2 Review

Welcome to the Android Community review of the fabled T-Mobile G2. Truly a lovely little piece of work with a Snapdragon MSM7230 processor, Android 2.2 Froyo, 4G speeds, and what I'll tell you right now is a very nice still camera situation. Before you read this review, I'd like to encourage you to hang a left over to the Unboxing and Hands-On post for the G2, reading there all about the hardware details and feel of the device.

T-Mobile USA myTouch 4G Hands-on Look

Welcome back to NYC! Our man in the field Vincent Nguyen has his hands on a whole batch of myTouch 4G phones at the New York launch event and we've just gotta show you all about em. Plastic and metal and Snapdragon, oh my! It's 3.8 inches of 4G smartphone loveliness in 4 pretty colors.

HTC EVO 4G gets Popular Mechanics Breakthrough award

The highly popular, insanely powerful HTC EVO 4G has been named one of the top products of 2010 by Popular Mechanics. We are not surprised, since it’s launched in June it has been one of the most reliable, and fast phones on the market. Sprint’s 4G, which is the only company who has a fully functional 4G network, is a wonderful addition to this device making it fast beyond the powers of software.

KDDI Sharp IS03 gets 960 x 640 display, 9.6MP camera

Japanese carrier KDDI has announced its latest Android smartphone, the Sharp IS03, a 2.1 Eclair based handset with a 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8650 processor and 9.6-megapixel camera.  The KDDI IS03 has a 3.5-inch iPhone 4 matching 960 x 640 touchscreen with a low-power mode that can show status, missed calls and other information without the backlight being active. As for connectivity, there's EVDO Rev.A, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and even infrared, together with GPS and an FM transmitter.  Japan's 1-Seg mobile digital TV is also supported, with a pull-out antenna on the top of the phone.  The KDDI Sharp IS03 will arrive in Japan at the end of November; no word on if Sharp is planning to release a version for the US or Europe. [via PC Watch]

HTC G2 Blaze for T-Mobile Seen on Walmart’s Site

We know that, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that T-Mobile is launching the G2. We've even seen it in pictures now. But, there's something odd about Walmart showing it off on their website. We may be speaking for just ourselves here, but seeing a high profile device, especially one as high profile as the G2 "Blaze" here, listed in full glory (without a picture of its own, though), just seems foreign and unnatural.

HTC Desire Landing on US Cellular Shelves on August 27th

August is turning out to be a pretty big month for Android, and not just in the software side of things. With the launch of plenty of Android-based devices, on several networks here in the States, it should come as no surprise that some of the regional carriers out here want to get their hands on some high-profile devices. For one such carrier, US Cellular, the HTC Desire is their device of choice.

HTC Glacier is T-Mobile’s Project Emerald?

When Project Emerald news broke, there was all sorts of speculation surrounding what it could be. Despite all the rumor mongering and speculation, we still don't have a confirmation from T-Mobile what it is. But, we have to keep the rumor mill turning, so here we are with another addition. The HTC Glacier is, supposedly, the device that will spur T-Mobile's Emerald emergence, and it's actually HTC's dual-core processor device.

LG Optimus Z Launches in South Korea

LG's premiere Android handset, the Optimus Z, is finally available. But only if you're in South Korea. If you're not, then you're out of luck, and you'll just have to be happy staring at the image below. But hey, take some solace in the fact that they released it early, which means anything is possible. Like an international release date, which hasn't been promised, but more or less hinted at. And we wouldn't mind that at all, LG. Really.
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