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Motorola DROID Bionic Ultimate Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

It's finally here! The Motorola Droid Bionic has officially landed and today Verizon announced that it will be available starting Thursday, September 8th, for just $299. We have been waiting for what seems like a year for the Droid Bionic and now that it is finally here we at Android Community have plenty of videos, pictures, and benchmarks for you guys. This is our ultimate hands-on and unboxing video of the Motorola Droid Bionic and all of the accessory docks too. Check it all out below.

HTC Sensation 4G hands-on and unboxing video [part 2]

Recently I had the pleasure to get some hands-on with the new HTC Sensation 4G coming to T-Mobile. We have already done a full review of the Sensation by our good man Chris Burns here. I'm sure another look and some additional views and input regarding the phone would be nice to hear, especially for any of you that are debating on if this will be your next device or not. Let me help you decide, so far I love it.

The All-New NOOK hands-on and unboxing by SlashGear

Our good friend Vincent Nguyen over at our sister site SlashGear has just received the All-New NOOK e-reader and has done a full hands-on and unboxing for us all to enjoy. The All-New NOOK replaces the originally NOOK that had a color LCD screen and the e-reader display both. This time around things are focused clearly on reading with the new E-Ink Pearl display that offers an 80% improvement in screen refresh rate.

Pantech Crossover Hands-On and Unboxing

We've just gotten the cool mid-range Android phone on AT&T by the name of Pantech Crossover in the house, and we're unboxing the heck out of it. The Crossover is Pantech's first Android effort in the USA and it's running Android 2.2.1 Froyo with a 3.1-inch touch screen and slide-out QUERTY keyboard. It's rough and tough, costs a total of $69.99 with a 2-year contract attached, and rolls out with a custom user interface that's all Pantech's own. Will it win over your new-to-smartphones friends and relatives to the Android side?

HTC Sensation Hands-On and Unboxing from SlashGear

Our good pal Chris Davies has his hands on the brand new powerhouse in the HTC Sensation, that phone that for the longest time was codenamed "Pyramid" and is now HTC's newest and most powerful effort. This device has a 4.3-inch display, runs a qHD 960 x 540 pixel resolution display, has a Qualcomm 1.2 GHz dual-core MSM8260 processor, and has a 3.0 version of HTC Sense, a lovely new version with an smart lock-screen and HTC Watch for downloads and video rentals. Behold HTC's strongman in action!

Samsung Galaxy S II: Extreme Unboxing! [Video]

The things we here at Android Community will do to get our hands on the latest gadgets! Samsung invited me to crank the traditional unboxing process up to 11 last week, taking to a 300bhp Subaru Impreza rally car to talk about the company's new flagship Galaxy S II Android smartphone in the most unusual of situations.

HTC Droid Incredible 2 unboxed at Wirefly

One thing that all geeks have in common is that we are always dying to learn more details information on coming gadgets. This is the reason we sit in front of our computer starting at someone we don’t know unboxing the random gadget as soon as we can. We do our fare share of unboxing videos around there so we know exactly why you watch. The gang over at Wirefly has tossed up an unboxing video of a new smartphone from HTC that hasn’t been officially announced just yet.

ASUS Transformer gets an unboxing video

The ASUS Transformer Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet is making a little splash at the moment, and with good reason. It is a beautiful Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet that doubles as a pretty nice 10" laptop. Comes with basically the best mobile OS ever created, and it has a powerful dual-core CPU as we all know. Today we get a little unboxing video.

Samsung Gem on U.S. Cellular Hands-On and Unboxing

We've been talking about this phone for months and months and yes, months, I kid you not. The Samsung Gem has news spanning back to August 4, 2010 and it's got regular updates all the way up to the present where it's available on U.S. Cellular for basically free ($29.99 after $80 mail-in rebate and 2-year contract.) At one point we saw it on Bluegrass, another time we had it coming out with Verizon, once it even cost $200! Crazy time! Now we've got it in our hands and it is truly, yes truly, a little gem.

Samsung Galaxy S 4G hands-on

Samsung's Galaxy S 4G isn't exactly a great leap from the existing Galaxy S range. The company has taken the original Galaxy S and thrown in Android 2.2 Froyo from the outset, together with HSPA+ support for T-Mobile USA's network. Still, with the Galaxy S family the best-selling Android devices around, there's arguably little Samsung actually needed to do in order to refresh things prior to the Galaxy S II's arrival.
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