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Motorola ELECTRIFY Review [Video]

Let's go ahead and get hands-on with this above-average super powerful dual-core Android handset that'll make your robots explode with pleasure. This is the Motorola ELECTRIFY and it's being carried here in the USA by none other than U.S. Cellular. This is the first time we've gotten to see such an amazingly powerful device on this carrier, the ELECTRIFY running with the big dogs here with a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor as well as what Motorola calls Webtop functionality for a fully immersive multi-purpose Android experience, complete with Motorola's newest user interface to guide you.

Motorola Electrify headed to US Cellular

Well folks, it looks like U.S. Cellular users can look forward to an excellent phone coming as soon as this month. Better known as the Motorola Photon 4G the name will instead be the Electrify and goes right in line with previous statements from US Cellular regarding an upcoming 4.3" device from Motorola. It looks like they've had this dual-core powerhouse planned for a while.

US Cellular Launches Motorola XOOM Officially

The coolest star-studded carrier in the land has announced today that they'll be releasing the Motorola XOOM on their own high-speed network. This device will be available starting today for $599.99 and will have the same 10.1-inch display and Android loveliness you've grown to know and love as it's been released on alternate carriers and from warehouses across America. This release of the XOOM will come packed with the very newest version of Google's mobile OS, that being Android 3.1 Honeycomb, this version of the OS only having been announced weeks ago.

U.S. Cellular launching Seven Android Smartphones by End of the Year

We have just got the official word that U.S. Cellular has some big plans for Android in the coming months of 2011. From now until the end of 2011 U.S. Cellular will be launching seven Android powered smartphones. The carrier is expanding its portfolio to offer more features, handset styles and pricing options to help its customers select the one that best meets their needs. With seven handsets on their way, all said to be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread we sense some good things coming from U.S Cellular soon, especially considering most carriers do not offer many 2.3 devices or are still in the upgrade process.

Samsung Gem Review [a Unique Android Indeed]

There's a soft spot in my heart for all of the odd iterations of devices running Android, especially when they provide essentially the same software as their brothers and sisters. What this phone represents is a bridge for scaredy cats to get into smartphones - people who've been using cellphones for a few years, but aren't quite ready to experience the top Android phones and appreciate them for what they are. Instead, this phone has all the buttons it needs - physical buttons, mind you, to present itself as an easy to use phone that also has smartphone features and functionality - and it's cute!

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.
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