Motorola DROID RAZR will simply be known as the "Motorola RAZR" in every territory outside the United States, and at least one is getting right in front of the vague "November" launch date set for the phone. According to online retailer Clove, the first stock of Motorola RAZR will be available in the United Kingdom on November 1st. The price is £379 or £454.80 after some expensive Value Added Tax, which comes out to $716 USD.
Galaxy Note uberdevice will be targeted at women, not necessarily spec-hungry gadgeteers. Andrew Glass, Sales director for Samsung UK, made no bones about putting women squarely in the marketing crosshairs for the new device. The Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch screen is apparently Samsung's idea of a perfect purse size.
Galaxy Wi-Fi in that market, an Android-based PMP cousin to the Galaxy line of phones and tablets. A 5-inch version is on sale now, while a smaller 3.65-inch version will make its way to retailers soon.
Samsung Galaxy Note is coming in a lot faster than we expected. In a press release Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note is headed for the white cliffs of Dover on November 17th, just ten weeks after the device's premiere at IFA in Berlin. The phone will be available at retailers across the UK and Ireland.
HTC Rhyme. The smartphone is aimed at women wanting a cute smartphone more than the hardcore Android user looking for power. The Rhyme does come with some nice accessories though. If the Rhyme tickled your fancy and you are in the UK, O2 has announced that it will be getting the smartphone starting on October 17. That launch date isn't too far away.
massive Euro ban of the tablet, Vodafone UK, has now got their stock up for sale, thanks to the courts suspension of said ruling outside of Germany. This device of course is also for sale in some other bits of the world including the USA and Australia, but has certainly suffered some losses in potential sales due to the court ruling. Meanwhile the rest of the UK is more than likely awaiting shipment of their Tabs so that sales may resume across the English side of the ocean.
Galaxy S II just by looking at it, but then once you look a little closer you'd notice a few very small changes. This is the Samsung Galaxy R and it's basically a Galaxy S 1.5 or even a 1.9 because it is as close to the SGSII as you can get, without actually being it.
AndroidSPIN has listed as a Verizon HTC Incredible 2. They've got pics of it from an unknown source and have a list of specifications for it that are suspiciously close to what we know are attached to the phone that just happens to look exactly the same: the HTC Incredible S, which we personally held and flipped over in our hands at Mobile World Congress 2011.