In addition to the landscape QWERTY keyboard, HTC have added a new zoom control wheel to the HTC Magic smartphone. Seemingly intended to offer more precise zooming without treading on Apple's pinch-and-spread patent toes, the
A pixelated picture of the first Samsung Android smartphone has been released, as part of a Samsung dealer presentation in Amsterdam today. Details of the device are incomplete, but it's known to use a large capacitive
Tucked away at CeBIT, Road have been showing the latest evolution of their S101 HandyPC, a clamshell smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and 640 x 240 internal touchscreen. Originally intended to run a Linux OS with
The company behind the General Mobile DSTL1 Android smartphone design, Yuhua, have followed up with a new reference design. Yet to find a distributor, the Yuhua Xphone-SDK is a sleek full-touchscreen handset that is vaguely
Having promised a Q3 2009 launch for their Android-based smartphone, Chinese manufacturer Huawei have apparently announced a deal with T-Mobile to supply the carrier with a number of devices using Google's open-source platform.
With the furore over the HTC Magic, T-Mobile G1 owners might be wondering whether the halo has shifted from their original QWERTY handset to this new HTC usurper. While the external hardware is obviously significantly altered,
Multitouch support was dropped from the Android platform, and therefore the T-Mobile G1, after Apple requested it not be included. That's the latest rumor, apparently confirmed by an unnamed Android team member, who described
Dutch cellphone site GSM Helpdesk have suggested that Samsung will be launching their first Android handset within the next two weeks, a timescale that puts it right on track for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. They have