Engadget was lucky enough to spend a little quality time with this ultra sleek Android tablet from Marvell. It has a brushed metal case and a front facing camera. Marvell had this beautiful netbook on display at the Netbook Summit.
This device popped up out of nowhere at last week’s Google I/O. it is called the "Liquid Stream” by Acer. And it will be the next release in the “Liquid” series from Acer. Recently, it received approval from the FCC with AT&T capable bands (850 1900 MHZ).
There's no doubt that the HTC high-end devices out there are lacking one thing or another, but for most, that thing would be a physical keyboard. While HTC has done a bang-up job of making their software version easily accessible and fun to use, there's just something about being able to feel keys give way under your touch. Apparently HTC has been listening, because sure enough, it looks like they may have something in the works to make everyone happy.
We told you it was coming, and sure enough, here it is. The guys over at SlashGear have been nice enough to videotape their first unboxing of the EVO 4G from Sprint, and they're even including their first impressions of the device. So far? It looks like the EVO 4G is every bit as good as we all assumed it was going to be.
You know there's a new gadget hitting the market when all sorts of sites, all over the Internet, start releasing reviews. And, sure enough, the HTC EVO 4G is no exception. The legendary Walter Mossberg has had his hands on the 3G/WiMax handset for about a week now, and his review reflects his tests with the device in two different cities. However, while he does a good job of outlining why people would want the phone, he seems to focus on one thing, and one thing only: the battery.
Here’s a device that has undergone many changes on its way onto the market. The LG Aloha could very well be the LG LU2300, most of heard that it was renamed Ally but that may not be the case. A device from LG with the model number LG-C710h has just passed through the FCC.
When the HTC Triumph came into our radar the first time, it was because it had appeared in an internal TELUS inventory screen. Well, now it's getting a little bit more interesting, as a tipster has sent Mobile Syrup the first screen shot of the device. And, as some had suggested, the Triumph is indeed a rebranded version of HTC's Desire.
The last time we heard about this phone, it was on its way to Korea for a launch there. Well it’s been there awhile now and it seems Motorola is ready to start its world tour. There were also rumors that this device will land on T-Mobile USA, hopefully it does and it includes the upgrades mentioned after the break.
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.
LG has teamed up with the makers of Iron Man 2. A commercial has leaked that displays the LG Ally in all its glory (kind of). If you’re waiting for a physical keyboard and Android you may have a few choices soon. This phone is also rumored to be landing on Verizon’s network.